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Watford trio Andre Gray, Nathaniel Chalobah and Domingos Quina are set to return for Saturday's trip to Chelsea after the Premier League club drew a line under their social distancing controversy.
Premier League strugglers Watford said on Sunday that three players had been removed from their matchday squad against Southampton to protect "the health and safety of all players, staff and officials".
Premier League strugglers Watford rescued a dramatic 1-1 draw against Leicester thanks to Craig Dawson's last-gasp overhead kick at the start of a weekend which could see Liverpool move within one win of the title.
Watford coach Nigel Pearson fears gimmicks such as piping in crowd noise to legislate for absent fans at grounds risks turning the Premier League into an "American sitcom".
Watford striker Troy Deeney believes there is probably "one gay player in every football team".
"I hope your son gets coronavirus." This was one of the harsh comments Troy Deeney received after announcing that he would not train with the Watford to protect his five-month-old son from the coronavirus, as he has respiratory problems.
Watford manager Nigel Pearson has raised the possibility of a coronavirus-related death should the Premier League season resume amid the pandemic.
Watford's Christian Kabasele slammed a fan on social media who asked him whether Watford were deliberately testing positive for coronavirus to avoid Premier League relegation.
The coronavirus is still affecting the Watford. Nigel Pearson confirmed that two members of his staff are in voluntary isolation after several of their family members tested positive for VID-19. They join the mandatory quarantine of the three confirmed cases.
Watford defender Christian Kabasele says restarting the Premier League on June 12 would be "impossible" because it would put players at risk of injury.