Stephane Sessegnon of Benin/Backpagepix
Friday Apr 15, 2016. 17:00
Watford FC manager Quique Sanchez Flores is wary of West Bromwich Albion's front three Saido Berahino, José Salomón Rondón and Stéphane Sessègnon.
West Brom are set to host Watford in an English Premier League (EPL) game which will be played at the Hawthorns Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
"They have three players playing well in attack in Saido Berahino, Salomón Rondón and Stéphane Sessègnon so we need to take care of West Brom," Flores said
"I think they suffered a lot a few years ago. With [West Brom head coach] Tony Pulis the team is consistent and is a stable team. They look well during the season - it is not easy to win against West Brom."
Benin international midfielder-cum-striker Sessègnon has hit the back of the net twice in 21 league matches for the Baggies thus far in this 2015/16 season.
His club teammate and striker Berahino, who is an England international despite having been born in Burundi, Africa, has scored four times in 15 league starts.
Lastly, Venezuelan striker Rondón, who has enjoyed more game time than the abovementioned attackers, has netted seven goals in 28 league games.