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Southampton v Cardiff City Matchday

Southampton v Cardiff City Matchday

Saints team tonight

Davis, Richardson, Fonte, Martin, Fox, Puncheon, Cork, Schneiderlin, Lallana, Connolly, Lambert.

ubs: Bialkowski, Harding, Hammond, Falque, Lee.

Cardiff: Marshall, McNaughton, Taylor, Turner, Gerrard, Whittingham, Cowie, Conway, Gunnarsson, McPhail, Miller.

ubs: Heaton, Kiss, Gestede, Mason, Blake.



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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Tuesday January 31 2012
Time: 7:15PM

Comments

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Cardiff look to have begun the better with our defence looking unsteady.
SFC Forever
31/01/2012 19:53:00
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Cork does well to find Lallana who in turn does well to get in a cross which Lambert heads over.
SFC Forever
31/01/2012 20:01:00
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end to end stuff at the moment
SFC Forever
31/01/2012 20:03:00
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Good attack by Cardiff cleared by Martin with a header.
SFC Forever
31/01/2012 20:07:00
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Cardiff doing a bit of pressing and they have a long ball throw-in specialist which is causing some problems.
SFC Forever
31/01/2012 20:09:00
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Leeds lead Brum 1-0 and Ipswich lead West Ham which is good news for both sets of fans.
SFC Forever
31/01/2012 20:10:00
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Fonte makes a great block as Conway bursts through looking dangerous.
SFC Forever
31/01/2012 20:14:00
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Saints beginning to apply a bit of pressure and they win their first corner which Martin heads over
SFC Forever
31/01/2012 20:20:00
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Cardiff win a corner and it is sent in with Davis being blocked as ball is headed home to give them the lead.
SFC Forever
31/01/2012 20:26:00
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Scorer Conway nearly sets up another but Miller wastes the chance. Then Schneiderlin gets booked for foul on ever dangerous Conway.
SFC Forever
31/01/2012 20:29:00
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