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PREVIEW: Southampton - Huddersfield team news, stats, how to follow FA Cup Third Round online

All the information you need to know as Southampton host Huddersfield Town in Round Three of the FA Cup.

Ralph Hasenhuttl’s Southampton take on Huddersfield Town in the third round of the FA Cup this afternoon at St Mary’s how to stream watch online listen radio Photo by David Cannon/Getty Images

HOW TO FOLLOW SOUTHAMPTON VS HUDDERSFIELD TOWN AND FA CUP GAMES ONLINE:

Date/time: 4/1/2020, 15:01 (UK), 10:01 ET, 7:01 PT (USA)

Venue: St Mary’s, Southampton, UK

How to follow Southampton vs. Huddersfield Town online:
UK: You can follow the action, as well as other FA Cup Third Round games, on BBC Radio 5 Live this afternoon.


Southampton vs. Huddersfield Team and Injury News:

Southampton are likely to field a much-changed team which beat Tottenham Hotspur last week to cap off a successful festive period of football for Ralph Hasenhuttl’s Saints.

Hasenhuttl says there are no injury concerns for his team, but it’s certain a lot of the players who played starring roles against Spurs, Chelsea and Crystal Palace will be rested.

However, the FA Cup holds high importance for Hasenhuttl so you can expect a strong side at St Mary’s.

”We want to take this challenge very seriously in this competition,” Hasenhuttl said. [H/T BBC Sport]

”Last season we lost in the third round and we want to do it better at home in front of our fans. Everyone enjoys playing in this ground and we want to keep the momentum.”

Huddersfield have some injury worries ahead of the match.

Defender Tommy Elphick, along with attackers Alex Pritchard and Collin Quaner, are all expected to miss out.

Meanwhile, Jonathan Hogg and Elias Kachunga are availability doubts who will have late fitness tests.


Southampton vs. Huddersfield Town match facts (via BBC Sport):

  • This will be the first FA Cup meeting between Southampton and Huddersfield Town, both of whom are winners of the competition - Saints in 1976 and the Terriers in 1922.
  • Southampton are unbeaten in their last five matches against Huddersfield (W2 D3) since losing 0-2 in October 2010 in League One.
  • Southampton haven’t been eliminated in the FA Cup third round in consecutive seasons since a run of three in a row between 1996-97 and 1998-99.

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