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THIS GAME HAS BEEN CALLED OFF DUE TO A WATERLOGGED

THIS GAME HAS BEEN CALLED OFF DUE TO A WATERLOGGED

first_imgTHIS GAME HAS BEEN CALLED OFF DUE TO A WATERLOGGED PITCH.SAINTS are set to send a strong looking line-up for their friendly at Swinton on Sunday.Reserves Head Coach Ian Talbot could call upon available players from the first team squad including the likes of Alex Walmsley and Tommy Makinson.Top age 19 players are also named in his squad alongside two new reserve signings Tom Connick and Dave Llewellyn and two trialists (Tommy Hughes and Mikus Ozols).Ian’s squad will be chosen from:Aaron Smith, Alex Walmsley, Calvin Wellington, Dave Llewellyn, Greg Richards, Jack Ashworth, Jake Spedding, Joe Greenwood, Jonah Cunningham, Levi Nzoungou, Luke Thompson, Mark Percival, Matthew Costello, Matty Dawson, Matty Lees, Mikus Ozols, Morgan Knowles, Olly Davies, Regan Grace, Ricky Bailey, Rob Fairclough, Ross McCauley, Tom Connick, Tommy Hughes, Tommy Makinson.Talbot said: “It’s the first run out for our new ‘reserve’ team and is what’s needed to give the maximum playing opportunities to all players at the club.“Sunday’s team will feature a mix of experienced first team players looking to add some extra vital match fitness going into the season, some young full time players who are hoping to impress, some new additions and trialists, and some young academy lads who will want to make the most of the opportunity.“I’m sure it will be a good game with Swinton as they prepare for their new season in the championship.”The game will kick off at 3pm at Sedgley Park on Sunday.Price of entry is £12 adults, £6 concessions and juniors free.last_img read more

STAR PREVIEW Southampton v Brighton

STAR PREVIEW Southampton v Brighton

first_imgPROFIT/LOSS SINCE JAN 1 2017: PROFIT 114.94 points(not including Test series recommendations and Premier League ante-post) It’s pretty hard to make a case for either side so we are in DRAW territory which can be backed at 23/10 with starsports.betRECOMMENDED BETS (scale of 1-100 points)BACK DRAW 7pts at 23/10 with starsports.bet Overheard a football conversation in the pub (not hard) the other night and all the talk was about who would go down from the Premier League.The bottom end of the table always seems to stimulate more interest than winning it these days. I guess there are so many more relegation possibilities and more than a dollop of schadenfreude amongst the fans.The pub consensus, for what it’s worth (very little in all likelihood) is that it’s Burnley, Huddersfield and any one from 10.That ten could easily include Southampton or Brighton who meet in the south coast derby tonight at St Mary’s.It doesn’t promise much on paper. Southampton have had one win in their last 13 league games and Brighton are the only Premier League side yet to register an away point or even a goal.So whether the weekend tally of 29 goals so far in the Premier League will breach 30 is anyones guess.Up front forwards Shane Long and Charlie Austin are both doubts for Southampton with toe and hamstring issues respectively whilst Danny Ings has to overcome a blister problem.Brighton’s Pascal Gross faces a fitness test.The Seagulls manager Chris Hughton said: “Southampton are on the back of a very good win in their last game [at Crystal Palace] and are a team I’m sure will be playing with a lot of confidence.“What we can’t do is underestimate the qualities they have got. They have got a very good squad and a very good team.“We will have to play at the levels that we have done in the last three games to give ourselves a chance.”Southampton v Brighton & Hove AlbionPremier League20:00 Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Ultra HDHEAD TO HEAD RECORD(Maximum 10 matches)Aug 2018 EFL CUP Brighton 0 – 1 SouthamptonJan 2018 PREMIER Brighton 1 – 1 SouthamptonJan 2012 CHAMPIONSHIP Brighton 3 – 0 SouthamptonNov 2011 CHAMPIONSHIP Southampton 3 – 0 BrightonApr 2011 LEAGUE ONE Brighton 1 – 2 SouthamptonNov 2010 LEAGUE ONE Southampton 0 – 0 BrightonApr 2010 LEAGUE ONE Brighton 2 – 2 SouthamptonNov 2009 LEAGUE ONE Southampton 1 – 3 BrightonApr 2006 CHAMPIONSHIP Brighton 0 – 2 Southamptonlast_img read more