Writer: SFC Forever
Date:Friday April 8 2011
Sat 9th April 2011
Southampton travel to Leyton on the back of a very good run and we will all be hoping that we can continue in this rich point grabbing vein for a while longer.
Ben Chorley will have a fitness test to see if he can return.Spring misses the last game of his suspension.
poku will be hoping to play and Chambers is hoping to keep his place in the starting eleven.
The striker is in his third spell at the O's and is a threat with 17 goals already this season.
Saints will not be at full strength for this game with two or three players likely to be missing. Chaplow may return to the team and Harding may have a battle to regain his place after Dickson did so well on Tuesday.
allana is biggest worry and his replacement could have a big part to play if Adam is unavailable.
Lee has begun to fire in the goals again and could well be our leading threat this weekend.
Last season we came back from a 2 goal defecit to draw and we will be hoping that we can do better this time. Overall we have a poor record at Leyton winning only 4, drawing7 and losing 11.
Mark Clattenburg Officiates Assisted by Mr S Beck & Mr S Child 4th Official is Mr G Ward
Could be a very tight game but I feel we should have too much threat and go for a 1-3 win.
Leyton v Carlisle
ochdale v Saints
Use your social login to comment on front page articles. Login using you Facebook, Twitter, Google or LinkedIn accounts and have your say!
Date:Friday April 8 2011
Southampton - FSF's May Newsletter (Friday May 29 2015)
Southampton Reject Clyne Bid (Friday May 29 2015)
Koeman Reflects On Successful Season (Friday May 29 2015)
Seager Nominated for Inaugural Award (Thursday May 28 2015)
Davis Proud Of 300 Milestone (Thursday May 28 2015)
Mane Gets Burundi Call (Wednesday May 27 2015)
Audio - Koeman Talks Season & Europe (Wednesday May 27 2015)
Southampton Know 2015-16 Opponents (Tuesday May 26 2015)
Fonte Reflects On Successful Season (Tuesday May 26 2015)
Boruc Leaves + Five More Released (Tuesday May 26 2015)
|4. Man Utd||38||20||10||8||25||70|
|10. Crystal Palace||38||13||9||16||-4||48|
|Consequences of schism
» Chelsea : 29/05/2015 20:44:01
|Diego Costa in Another Injury Scare!
» Chelsea : 29/05/2015 18:57:01
|Atsu Joins Bournemouth
» Chelsea : 29/05/2015 18:49:01
|Hendon Pens Two-Year Orient Deal
» West Ham : 29/05/2015 18:40:01
|United Swooping for French Teenager
» Man Utd : 29/05/2015 18:32:00