Both of these clubs have endured misfortune since the last time they met in the Premier League back in 2007.
Each club boasts nine league victories over the other while a draw has been the result eight times.
Blackburn will be looking to hold their place in the playoffs after a win over Sheffield Wednesday during the week pushed them up the table.
Watford will be looking to try to force their way into the playoff spots, coming off the back of a 2-1 defeat at Cardiff City but will have to do it without suspended duo Daniel Pudil and Nathan Chalobah.
Blackburn Rovers: LDDLDW
Possible starting lineups:
Blackburn Rovers: Robinson; Orr, Martin Olsson, Givet, Dann; Murphy, Dunn, Pedersen, Etuhu; Rhodes, Kazim-Richards
Watford Almunia; Hall, Doyley, Hoben; Hogg, Nosworthy, Abdi, Cassetti, Anya; Deeney, Vydra
Sports Mole says: 1-0