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Last Updated: Tuesday, 11 January, 2005, 22:36 GMT
Hornets boss confident of upset
Watford boss Ray Lewington
Watford manager Ray Lewington believes the Hornets can still beat Liverpool in their Carling Cup semi-final despite losing 1-0 at Anfield in the first leg.

Lewington said: "It's a good result but it could have been even better.

"We wanted to take something back to Vicarage Road for the second leg and we think we have. We've done well and we will throw everything at them.

"We won't have the same size of crowd but our lot will make a lot of noise and the atmosphere will be fantastic."

He added: "We worked tremendously hard, didn't let Liverpool get into their passing game, got loads of tackles in and disrupted it for them, we were always in the match.

"I'm not complaining about their goal, Milan Baros was close to being offside but it looks like he timed his run perfectly."

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