Watford face non-league side Woking in the FA Cup this afternoon.
The Hornets havent been in the best of form in recent week with two draws and a defeat in their last three games, but they will be hoping that their opponents this afternoon wont cause too many problems.
Woking initially overcame Torquay United in their 1st round of the competition and they then went on to beat League Two side Swindon Town 1-0 in December.
The side last played in the third round of the FA Cup back in 1991 when they beat West Brom 4-2, but they were then knocked out in the following round against Everton.
When is Woking vs Watford?
The match is on Sunday 6 January with kick-off at 2.00pm at Kingfield Stadium.
What TV channel is Woking vs Watford on and is there a live stream?
BT Sport 2 will be showing the game live with coverage starting at 1.30pm.
Subscribers can stream the contest on BT Sport Players or watch on the BT Sport app.
What are the odds? (Courtesy of Betfair)
Woking – 18/1
Draw – 13/2
Watford – 2/11
Woking will be missing midfielder Max Kretzchmar for the tie, while Jaker Hyde and Jamar Loza should be fit after being rested during their last fixture.
Watford are likely to still be without defender Christian Kabasele, but they could see the return of Sebastian Prodl.