Date: 29th March 2011 at 9:35am
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Watford are the visitors to the Ricoh Arena on Saturday looking to build on their current 9th place in the Championship after an encouraging season to date under rookie boss Malky Mackay.

Former Coventry City midfielder John Eustace has been a key performer for the Hornets and, quoted on skysports.com, said: ‘We have got everything to lose as we want to get into that top six.

‘The squad certainly feels we are good enough to do it. We have played all the top teams and done well against them so why not?

‘We’ve had a good run previously and can have one again. We will go all-out for these last eight games.’

The home side meanwhile are pinning their hopes on a former Watford star as Marlon King returns from a four-game ban to hopefully score the goals which will keep City in the Championship. Caretaker boss Andy Thorn says that the striker is ‘buzzing’ at the prospect of getting back amongst the action after his second red card of the season against Bristol City.