BERLIN (REUTERS) - Premier League's Watford were made to sweat to beat humble Championship club Queens Park Rangers 1-0 on Friday (Feb 15) and book their spot in the FA Cup quarter-finals for the second time in four seasons. 

Watford had ownership in the main half yet attempted to make any advances against the strong home safeguard until Etienne Capoue cleared a low shot into the net in first half stoppage time. 

QPR turned the tables after the break, controlling the midfield however deficient with regards to the last touch in advance. 

Watford, who have never won the challenge, put the ball in the net again in the 73rd moment yet Andre Gray's exertion was administered offside in an extremely limited call. 

The guests did it well in the last minutes, dropping profound to secure their lead as QPR quickly looked for an equalizer and with chief Toni Leistner passing up on a brilliant open door from point-clear range . 

Head League heavyweights Manchester City are in real life on Saturday at Newport County.
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