Short and Tweet: Birmingham City (A)
The result leaves Gianfranco Zola's side just three points behind second-placed Hull City and with a point's difference between themselves and fourth-placed Crystal Palace.
A brace from Blues' supporter Troy Deeney was added to by a goal from the impressive Ikechi Anya, and a third in as many games from Almen Abdi.
Even without Joel Ekstrand, Fitz Hall and Tommie Hoban, the Hornets were comfortable, and recorded a clean sheet to boot.
Here are some of our favourite Tweets post-match, make sure to give us @VitalWatford and your fellow Hornets a follow!
@Wincey74 'So deadly on the counter away from home. No stopping us. Bring on Ipswich.'
@Algesole 'Over both games against the Blues we have scored 6 to their big 0 !! Massive win for the golden boys, a point clear in third!'
@Dorridgehrnt 'Good team performance. All contributed & looked solid. Great passing football. Impressive. #shortandtweet #watfordfc'
@AlexEckland 'Great victory, great support! Up to 3rd! COYH! #zolaspozzomadearmy'
@_5U8_ 'We are going up from the Play Offs. Like we did in 1999-2006-2013? :) #watfordfc'
@wavies1210 'One of Watford's most accomplished away performances. Cassetti Deeney and Abdi superb. BCFC were very poor though.'
@JFarmer1979 '#shortandtweet can't believe football we are playing! Anya great, abdi best midf we have had that I can remember! #WatfordFC'
@leebutler12345 'Didnt hear any scum singing any hatred songs about us today, whose there rivals now? Berkhampstead? Harpenden? Chesham? #COYH'