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Hartlepool vs. Southampton

Victoria Park

Tues 22nd

7.45pm

Hartlepool v Saints Preview

Southampton will be hoping that they can stay on the winning trail as they travel to Hartlepool.

Hartlepool have lost form slightly of late after hitting a good run and will be looking to make a game of it.

Saints need the win to stay firmly in the hunt for promotion and will fancy their chances.

Vital Quotes:

Hartlepool Team News:

James Brown might start after coming on as a sub against MK Dons. He could replace Utility man Ritchie Humphreys.

Neil Austin is likely to be out with his injury and Steve Haslam will probably stay at right back.

Player to watch: Horwood

Will have his work cut out to keep his flank safe.

Southampton Team News:

Adam Lallana could start after coming on as a sub against Carlisle. Morgan Schneiderlin could also be close to a start.

Player to watch: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

Alex has shown a return to form and could find he is the match winner against Hartlepool.

Match Facts & Stats

This game has only had one previous meeting and that one gave us a 3-1 victory last season.

Ref Watch:

MrScott Mathieson Officiates Mr A Greenwood & Mr J Whiteley assist Mr D Markham is 4th Official

Match Prediction:

With Saints starting to win away more regularly I go for a 0-3 victory.

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The Journalist

Writer: SFC Forever Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 21 2011

Time: 1:12PM

Your Comments

This game we gotta win. Not to will put more pressure on our home form an we struggling at moment.
sinner92
After the results of late, the position we have is one of strength. As long as we don't drop too many points we have the automatic place in our hands and it is ours to lose.
SFC Forever
Tonight we want a win rather badly or we will likely drop out of top six. To be fair can't see it being out but a win for us but they beat Charlton at home and narrowly lost to MK Dons.
sfc4ghg
I hope we aren't over confident because Hartlepool have had a series of games against the top sides and beat Charlton at home two games ago,
SFC Forever
My fears seem to have been justified because in truth it seems we got away with a point last night.
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