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Southampton vs. Walsall

St Mary's Stadium

27-02-2010

1500hrs

Saints v Walsall

Saints to welcome back Morgan Schneiderlin

Vital Quotes:

Alan Pardew hopes to see Morgan Schneiderlin back against Walsall.

Southampton Team News:

Morgan Schneiderlin is fully expected to return after recovering from a knee injury tomorrow, against Walsall. Dan Seaborne is also in contention for a place in the match day squad.
Both lloyd James and David Connolly are two weeks away yet as they recover fitness.

Player to watch: Jason Puncheon

Jason Puncheon could be the man to watch as he plays at home for the Saints for the first time. He could be our match winner with his speed and ball control.

Walsall Team News:

Rhys Weston, Jamie Vincent and Darryl Westlake are all in contention for a return for Walsall tomorrow. Steve Jones could also return.
Dwayne Mattis(leg), Sam Parkin(groin) and Peter Till(hamstring) are all out.

Player to watch: Steve Jones

Steve Jones has been missed

Match Facts & Stats

Ref Watch:

Mr Graham Scott (Oxfordshire) assistants Mr B Huxtable and Mr M Thomson 4th official Mr H Lennard

Match Prediction:

I really fancy us getting a good win and predict a 3 - 1 win.

Saints v Huddersfield

Tuesday will see Huddersfield at SMS to play the game which was postponed earlier in the season.




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Writer: SFC Forever Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday February 26 2010

Time: 9:47PM

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Morgan is a very important cog in the engine room. Not the strongest player we have but we have seen him gradually getting stronger.
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26/02/2010 21:59:00

Morgan had a good game and our midfield had by far it's best game of the season. He does still look a little weak at times but like Lallana he is toughening up nicely without losing his skill.
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