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Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers is sorry to see their opponents Watford relegated.

Rodgers started his managerial career at Watford in November 2008, having left his assistant role with Chelsea.

“It’s always disappointing when one of your former clubs goes down,” said Rodgers, who also had spells at Reading and Swansea ahead of his move to Anfield.

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“I have felt for the supporters over these past few years, sometimes you are up and then back down again, but it has obviously been a hard fall in this season.”

Leicester, who reached the semi-finals of the Europa Conference League, sit 10th in the table after returning to form with a 3-0 win over bottom club Norwich on Wednesday night.

“We want to bring our game that we did in the second half against Norwich and if we can do that, then hopefully we can have a good day,” said Rodgers.

“But no matter what team you are playing against, no matter what the situation is, there are always moments in the game that are going to be tough for you.”

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