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Southampton
vs.
Swindon

St Mary's Stadium

Sat 26th Feb 2011

3pm

Saints have not been playing as well as we would have liked which makes this game very important. Swindon have struggled since selling their star striker and this could be a glorious opportunity for the home side to get a winning run going.

Vital Quotes:

Southampton Team News:

Adam Lallana is getting stronger all the time and having played in the last game should be nearing full match fitness. Morgan Schneiderlin was on the bench against Hartlepool and could get a start this time round. Forte, Seaborne and Connolly could also be included.

Player to watch: Adam Lallana

Adam has been our best player for a while and this is a game that he can show what has been missing from our performances.

Swindon Team News:

Pericard, O'Brien and Misun could all be sidelined through injury. Striker Benyon also limped out of their last game at Carlisle. Lescinal Jean-Francois could return in defence after missing two games.

Player to watch: Mike Grella

On loan Leeds striker Grella could be a dangerous addition to the Swindon strike force.

Match Facts & Stats

Saints have a good record over Swindon overall apart from the last two meetings. Saints record reads won13, drew 2 and lost 3.

Ref Watch:

Mr Steve Rushton Officiates Mr C Berry & Mr D Eaton assist Mr W Bull is 4th Official

Match Prediction:

Saints 3-0

Next Fixtures:

Tues 1st March

alsall v Saints 7.45pm

Sat 5th March

windon v Walsall 3pm


Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Thursday February 24 2011
Time: 1:06PM

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I am demanding a win and not just any old win. We owe Swindon big time so want a big win.
sinner92
24/02/2011 17:36:00
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