Watford bounce back from a poor run of form to beat Wolves 2-0 at the Molineux Stadium.
There were four changes for the Hornets this afternoon.
Injuries and suspensions mean that Adrian Mariappa, Adam Masina, Gerard Deulofeu and Isaac Success come in for Christian Kabasele, José Holebas, Andre Gray and Troy Deeney.
Wolves meanwhile are unchanged for the ninth league game in succession.
Etienne Capoue’s 25-yard screamer breaks the deadlock in the 21st minute followed by a sweet strike from Roberto Pereyra just minutes later puts the Hornets 2-0 up at half-time.
Wolves see the better end of the ball in the second half with a good cross into the box from Vinagre but is headed over by Cavaleiro.
A late challenge from Will Hughes in the 69th minute is rewarded with a yellow card, after shortly being followed by a Watford substitution with Traore replacing Doherty.
Helder Costa blasts a shot over from nine yards after being teed up by Cavaleiro but there’s no time left for Wolves.
Watford’s third and final substitution sees a Premier League debut for Ben Wilmot who comes on for Sebastian Prodl in the 88th minute.
Watford now sit in 7th position, just one point ahead of Wolves.