London - Watford striker Odion Ighalo is unfazed with
playing two Premier League game within 48-hours, as he says it is something he
has to live with.
There's not let up in the busy Christmas schedule for
Watford, who host Tottenham at Vicarage Road on Monday, and Ighalo says it's
just part and parcel of plying your trade in England.
“This is England, you have to be ready for everything,” he
“We are playing in two days' time so I'm going to go home
and relax, get enough energy as I can get and then I'll be ready to go again on
Monday,” he said after the 2-2 draw against Chelsea on Boxing Day.
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Speaking further, the 26-year old admitted it will be a
difficult game against Spurs, who are also in good form.
“It's going to be a difficult game because Spurs are a good
team and they have quality. They have been winning games too so it's going to
be difficult, but in football anything can happen.
“Our supporters are always behind us at home, and with the
way we are playing, if we push to the end we will have a chance to win the game.For
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