Jonny hoping to be invovled after shrugging off his injury as Blues look to make it nine points out of nine from this week
Jonny Williams is hoping to return to the Town side following an injury lay-off- and start playing his part for the Blues.
The midfielder, on loan at Portman Road from Crystal Palace, has missed the last three games with a calf injury but is now hoping to be in line for a return to the starting line-up after overcoming his knocks.
“It’s been frustrating to have been missing out and I just want to be back out on that pitch, playing well for Ipswich,”
“I’ve not really been able to have a full week of training since I’ve been here, just because I’ve had to manage my fitness during the week.
“I’ve been training just at the end of the week and then playing - well I was until the last couple of games which I have obviously missed.
"I’m on the mend now and hopefully I might be involved tomorrow afternoon against Watford. It’s an important game for both sides but the boys have been flying recently and we are confident.”
The midfielder has also been called up by Wales manager Chris Coleman to represent his country against Belgium during the international break, in the latest Euro 2016 qualifier.
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Town boss Mick McCarthy is hopeful on the fitness levels of Jonny Parr and Jonny Williams ahead of the clash with Watford, although Dean Gerken is again expected to miss out with a groin injury. Cole Skuse and Teddy Bishop (both groin) will be assessed ahead of the game after missing the win over Wolves in the week.
Watford will be without the services of injured trio Gabriele Angella (ankle), Almen Abdi (shoulder) and Gabriel Tamas (ACL). Meanwhile Sebastien Bassong and Gianni Munari and both injury doubts ahead of the game for the Hornets.
Where they currently stand
Worn both badges
Keith Andrews. The midfielder arrived at Portman Road on a half-season loan from Blackburn Rovers in 2011, after being signed by former boss Paul Jewell. The Republic of Ireland international made a big impression during his short stay at the Club, before moving to the Premier League with West Brom. Has since had spells at Bolton and Brighton, before teaming up with the Hornets on a season-long loan at the start of this campaign and wears the number five shirt for Watford.
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