WATFORD issued a rather bizarre safety warning ahead of their Premier League against Stoke on Saturday.
The messaged displayed on one of the large monitors at Vicarage road during the pre-game warm-ups advised the Hornets’ faithful to “beware flying football.”
The full warning read: “Warm-up now in progress. Beware flying football”.
Marco Silva’s side have made a fine start to the season and will look to continue it against Stoke.
The Hornets may have lost 4-2 at Chelsea last time out, but they were in the game throughout and have been very impressive so far this campaign.
They will go up against a Stoke side who are vying to win four consecutive games for teh first time since 2004.
Marco Silva has led his side to sixth place in the Premier League[/caption]
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A Watford victory, however, would give them a club record 18 points after 10 games of a top-flight season.
However, they have only kept one clean sheet at home in the league this season, conceding 10 goals in four games.
The Hornets are currently in sixth place in the league with 15 points.
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