Cardiff City will be looking to record a third consecutive Premier League victory for the first time, at the expense of Watford, who are aiming to build on their 1-0 win over Everton.
Cardiff are likely to be without captain Sean Morrison, who is still recovering from an appendix operation.
Manager Neil Warnock has cast a doubt over the availability of Victor Camarasa following a calf problem that has restricted the Spaniard to just three starts in 2019.
Watford's Roberto Pereyra and Isaac Success are fit and available for Javi Gracia after overcoming hamstring problems.
Sebastian Prodl could also feature in a league match for the first time this year.
Kiko Femenía is not yet ready to return after picking up a hamstring injury against Burnley in January.
Watford are looking to secure their first league double over Cardiff since the 2005/06 campaign.
The Bluebirds are seeking a third consecutive top-flight victory for the first time since February 1961.
No team has scored more 90th-minute goals in the Premier League this season than Neil Warnock’s side. Three of the five scored have been winning goals.
All 10 of Watford’s Premier League victories this season have come with Abdoulaye Doucoure in the starting line-up.
Referee: Simon Hooper
Assistants: Scott Ledger, Derek Eaton
Fourth official: David Coote