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SAINTS travel to Torquay for the third round of the FA Cup with eleven first team players missing.

Gareth Bale will miss out with a tight hamstring, whilst Michael Svensson, Djamel Belmadi, Nathan Dyer, Andrew Surman, Claus Lundevkam, Rudi Skacel, Inigo Idiakez and Kenwyne Jones will miss out through injury and suspension.

Martin Crainie and Simon Gillett have been recalled from Yeovil and Bournemouth whilst youngster Adam Lallana could also be called up to the squad.

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Date:Friday January 5 2007
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Oh dear, I smell an upset. Christ I hope we don't feature on MOTD!!!
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