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PREVIEW: Southampton - Coventry team news, stats, how to watch FA Cup on TV and stream online

Here’s all the information you need to know as Southampton host Coventry City in the FA Cup fourth round

Southampton, Coventry, team news, FA Cup, how to watch on TV, where to stream online Photo by Matt Watson/Southampton FC via Getty Images


Date/time: 5/2/2022, 15:00 (UK), 10:00 ET, 07:00 PT (USA)

Venue: St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton, UK

How to watch Southampton vs Coventry on TV

UK: No broadcast


Canada: Sportsnet Now Plus

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How to legally stream Southampton vs Coventry online

UK: No broadcast


Canada: Sportsnet Now Plus

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Southampton vs Coventry team news

After a week-long break of football, Southampton return to St Mary’s on Saturday afternoon and are set to host Championship side Coventry City in the FA Cup fourth round.

There is some good news for Saints fans as that minibreak has allowed a couple of players to return to training as they bid to regain fitness to start playing again.

Tino Livramento and Will Smallbone have been seen back in Southampton training sessions, though it’s unlikely that manager Ralph Hasenhuttl will be calling on them to play so soon after injury.

Moussa Djenepo is also available after representing Mali at the African Cup of Nations. He is back in England after his country was knocked out of the competition by Equatorial Guinea.

Hasenhuttl has hinted that we will see some Southampton youngsters feature on Saturday. Here’s hoping to seeing Thierry Small get a proper run out.

As for Mark Robins’ Coventry side, they have had to continue playing football as the hectic Championship schedule rolls on.

Despite that, Coventry do not have any fresh injury concerns and their squad was bolstered in the January transfer window following the signing of Jake Bidwell from Swansea City - the team Saints beat to advance to the FA Cup fourth round. Bidwell was on the bench for that January cup clash.