Doyley ruled out of Millwall trip

Lloyd Doyley remains the only absentee for Watford manager Malky Mackay ahead of Saturday's Championship clash with Millwall at the New Den.

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Doyley: Recovering from calf injury

Doyley: Recovering from calf injury

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Doyley is recuperating from a calf injury sustained in training last week so on-loan Middlesbrough defender Andrew Taylor will continue at left-back.

Danny Graham scored in the 2-0 win at Bristol City in midweek after fully recovering from a groin injury and he will continue his partnership with Marvin Sordell in attack.

The 19-year-old Sordell scored his third goal in four days at Ashton Gate and will be looking for another as the Hornets seek to be the first team to win at the New Den since last November.

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