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Start to life at Vicarage Road has been far from plain sailing for new Watford boss Rob Edwards so far, with the Welshman being the man tasked with overseeing a long-term project at the recently-relegated club.

The Hornets wish for the former Forest Green Rovers manager to instil a long-term vision, although it will still be expected for the club to succeed in an immediate return to the Premier League.

However, with multiple departures and arrivals within the playing squad already taking place during the transfer window, and many others expected

to move between now and the season opener on August 1 against Sheffield United, Edwards has been unable to come near to settling on a first-choice starting lineup.

For many, pre-season friendlies are concentrated on match fitness ahead of the new season, with results not to be read into too much.

However, with a defeat to Cambridge United being followed by a goalless draw with Panathinaikos and another loss to Bolton Wanderers on Tuesday, it is easy for Watford fans to be concerned about the outlook for the upcoming campaign as things stand.

As in their first two warm-up matches of the summer, Watford did not perform too poorly against League One outfit Bolton in midweek, but difficulties in defence, combined with a lack of cutting edge in the final third.

were enough to see the Hornets suffer another setback under their new boss, and Edwards will be keen for his side to step up a gear when they face another third-tier side on Saturday.

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A 3-0 victory over Fulham’s Under-23s side in their opening friendly on July 9 was followed by a goalless draw with amateur outfit Oxford City on Tuesday, leaving Gareth Ainsworth’s side unbeaten from their two warm-up games so far.

Completing two sets of 90 minutes without conceding a goal is also a positive for Ainsworth to take into Saturday’s behind-closed-doors encounter with Watford, but the Chairboys will be all too aware of the step up in quality that will be facing them.

The heartache of losing in the League One playoff final to Sunderland back in May will surely still be haunting them, but Wycombe will certainly be raring to go again in their search of a return to the second tier following their historic promotion back in 2020.

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