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Southampton vs. Sheff Weds

St Mary's Stadium

Sat 19th March 2011

5.20pm

Southampton v Wednesday

With Southampton chasing the automatic promotion places a win will be deemed as an essential result.

Wednesday have struggled at home but have managed to notch up a couple of away wins lately.

Vital Quotes:

Southampton Team News:

Schneiderlin is still out but Guly and Bialkowski are both doing well with their fight to recover full fitness.

eaborne came on as a sub last time out and could be pushing for a start. Dickson could make the bench as cover for the midfield if Guly and Schneiderlin are deemed not yet ready.

Player to watch: Adam Lallana

Adam has had a fantastic season so far and will relish the chance to play at home again after so many away games recently. Potter is also looking to get a start.

Sheff Weds Team News:

Striker Heffernan might be given a start after coming on as sub last time out.Danny Batth may get a call after joining on loan.

Player to watch: Darren Potter

Having been a loanie at Southampton before Darren may enjoy a role and could be able to enjoy a tussle with our two wide men.

Match Facts & Stats

The two clubs have met at Southampton a total of 40 times to date.

Saints winning 18, drawing 10 and losing 12. Goals have been averaging 2.96 per meeting so we might see a few more on Saturday.

Ref Watch:

Mr D Deadman officiates Mr L Betts & Mr A Tranter assist Mr K Stroud is 4th official.

Match Prediction:

With goals likely to be seen I go for a 3-1 win for Saints.

Next Fixtures:

Tues 22nd March

harlton v Saints

Sat 26thDag & Red v Sheff Weds




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Date:Thursday March 17 2011

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Another game that we need the win from. Should be able to win but we are Southampton and have a habit of coming a cropper when least expected.
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come on shef wed they should win 4-0
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