Gracia hints at possible Doucoure return
Watford coach Javi Gracia has revealed midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure could return to action in Saturday's contest with Everton.
The fans' favourite has missed the last four games due to injury but Gracia is hoping he can play some part of the clash with the Toffees.
Watford have won just one of their last four matches without Doucoure while Gracia may also be able to recall defender Kiko Femenia.
Doucoure, who was linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain in the January window, is back in training and Gracia has hinted at a possible starting role.
He told reporters: "We have two players, in Kiko and Doucoure, who have both been injured in the last week, but they started training this week and both have possibilities to play.
"He is training with the team and I think he is ready for the next game. I think he will be ready, but we'll decide the line-up tomorrow. He will be in a good condition to compete."
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