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Newcastle United 3 v 2 Southampton
Barclays Premier League
Saturday, 6th February 2021 Kick-off 15:00
Southampton At Newcastle Team News
Saturday, 6th Feb 2021 14:02

Who is fit to play this afternoon ? Who is not quite ready ? and who is still out, Ralph's Team news will give us the answer, read on to find out the answers to all those questions here.

Great news as Jannik Vestergaard has been names in the Saints team at Newcastle.

From the look of the starting line up Jack Stephens will move to right back to accomodate the return of Vestergard with Oriol Romeu also returning to partner James Ward Prowse in the centre of midfield.

There is also a debut in the starting line up for Takumi Minamino.

All in all this is perhaps the strongest side that Saints have put out for some weeks in terms of the starting line up, although the bench is still a little bit sparse with Djenepo the only real player with experience, the big surprise there though is Mohammed Salisu who returns to the squad and could perhaps make his debut at some point.

Starting XI: McCarthy, Stephens, Bednarek, Vestergaard, Bertrand, Ward-Prowse, Romeu, Redmond, Minamino, Adams, Ings.

Subs: Forster, Salisu, Ramsay, Finnigan, Chauke, Watts, Djenepo, Tella, Nlundulu.

Newcastle

Starting XI: Darlow, Manquillo, Schar, Hayden, Lewis, Hendrick, Shelvey, Willock, Almiron, Wilson, Saint-Maximin.

Subs: Dubravka, Krafth, Anderson, Dummett, Ritchie, Fraser, Joelinton, Carroll, Gayle.

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darthvader added 14:29 - Feb 6
I support my team fully everyone of them ... But i have to question why the keeper has not been changed his confidence after the other night must be shot . How may clean sheets has forster got in a row ?

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darthvader added 14:31 - Feb 6
How *many
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DellBoyWally added 15:33 - Feb 6
Stephens and Redmond on right. Guess where NUFC goals coming from! And not many for SFC
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ElijahK added 17:04 - Feb 6
We simply lost that game down to some poor mistakes off of Bednerak and MacCarthy! I mean also what the hell is up with Ings and Adams!? Neither of them have scored an open play since we played SHEFFIELD UNITED! Which has now been 10 games! I mean what’s happened to this team as other than Walker-Peters we probably had our best starting lineup today and couldn’t even score a single goal against a Newcastle team that had 10 players for like 25 minutes and then 9 for another 25 minutes!

Such a poor a disappointing result! There’s just no excuses this time!
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KriSaint added 23:05 - Feb 6
@ElijahK
I understand your frustration, but forget the VAR cirkus for a second and Ings actually scored a legitimate goal vs Villa and Adams ditto vs Man. U.
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ElijahK added 23:37 - Feb 6
Ok KriSaint but even then 1 gol each in 10 games certainly is not a PL standard
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