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Southampton
vs.
Blackpool

St Marys

30/08/08

12:45

On Sky

Saints will be looking to make it three in a row in this Live Sky game. Blackpool are still searching for their first win of the season.

Vital Quotes:

Jan has 'apologised' to Blackpool before the game saying: >'They are looking for their first win, but I have to say sorry. We want to win too'

Southampton Team News:

Southampton have a full squad to choose from, and its a squad that has finally started to gain a bit of momentum. Expect Svensson and Perry back in the heart of defence with John and McGoldrick up front. Not much to change really

Player to watch: Adam Lallana

The young lad is on fire at the minute. To score in three games in a row. What odds?

Blackpool Team News:

News from Blackpool Vital states: Simon Grayson is set to give David Vaughan his first start. It`s not sure if Vaughan will replace Hammill on the left, or fit into a five man midfield leaving Ben Burgess upfront on his own. Stephen Crainey, Daniel Nardiello and Stephen McPhee are still injured. Keith Southern remains on the sideline sitting out match 3 of a 3 match ban.

Player to watch: Jermaine Wright

Old Saints boy back to haunt us? Lets hope not.

Match Facts & Stats

Last time out, the score was 2-2. In all the two sides have met 38 times in the league. Saints have won 17 times in all.

Ref Watch:

Mr Andre Marriner takes the whistle for his first Championship game of the season.

Match Prediction:

A physical Blackpool side will make it difficult for Southampton, but exect the home side to pull through to make it three in a row. 2-1.

Next Fixture:

QPR v Southampton
Coca Cola Championship
Sun 14 Aug 2008 KO 16:00


Writer:therainmaker
Date:Saturday August 30 2008
Time: 1:42AM

Comments

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3 in a row? i would think so. 3-0 saints to match the run
th3saint
30/08/2008 01:56:00
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It'll be tougher than that. 1v1 or 2v1. Not be much in it
dellboy
30/08/2008 02:15:00
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Losing at home to the mighty Blackpool whilst we go & stuff Everton 3-0 in their back yard. A wonderful away day win double!
storagematt
01/09/2008 23:00:00
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