Kalvin Phillips has joked on Twitter that he is praying that Roy Hodgson does not line up against him when Leeds United face Watford this weekend after the Hornets posted a brilliant video from the training ground.Saturday is looking set to be a massive game for both Leeds and Watford. Certainly, victory for Jesse Marsch’s men would take the side to brink of safety in the Premier League.Photo by PAUL ELLIS/AFP via Getty ImagesWatford however, know that victory will boost their own survival hopes considerably. They will be five points behind Leeds with a game in hand. What may boost the Hornets’ hopes of victory, it seems, is putting Hodgson in midfield. Watford posted a video on Twitter on Wednesday showing the boss producing a stunning assist in a training drill.One Player Your Club MUST Sell This Summer (2022)Photo by Joe Prior/Visionhaus via Getty ImagesThe 74-year-old – who stopped playing back in 1976 – played a delicious ball for Joao Pedro. The forward made absolutely no mistake. It was a moment of brilliance from the boss. And it has certainly caught the attention of Phillips, who may be in line to make his first start since December in the game.Phillips joked that he is hoping to not come up against the former England boss in reaction to the clip…Praying that Roy’s not playing middle of the park on the weekend haha! what a guy and what a ball by the way 🤣❤️ https://t.co/Fw66V4ffQx— Kalvin Phillips (@Kalvinphillips) April 6, 2022Leeds will hope Watford midfield are unable to replicate brilliant Roy Hodgson assistLeeds are unbeaten in three. And Watford have a pretty poor record at Vicarage Road this season. So many may be expecting Marsch’s men to come out on top.But this game is taking place at the business end of the season with both in danger. So the form book could go out of the window. It is largely down to who deals with the pressure better. Have something to tell us about this article?