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Southampton vs. Crystal Palace

St Mary's

11-8-2007

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Saints v Crystal Palace FC

Its here!, the new season is upon us, WOO HOO, and we start the 07/08 campaign with a trip to the south coast, SOUTHAMPTON.

Vital Quotes:

Simon Jordan: This will be Clinton Morrisons season, starting now!

Southampton Team News:

Debuts for Vignal, Hammill and Safri

Player to watch: Grzegorz Rasiak

Grzegorz Rasiak is a big, powerful striker who can score for fun. Rasiak has good technical ability and will score many goals at this level, except today.

Crystal Palace Team News:

Palace have a number of injury worries, skipper Carl Fletcher, winger Paul Ifill and midfielder Mark Kennedy are all ruled out with niggles picked up in pre-season.

New signings Tony Craig, Jose Fonte and Jeff Hughes could all make their league debuts.

Player to watch: Stuart Green

Stuart Green, been impressive in pre-season.

Match Facts & Stats

Our away record v Southampton

Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
33 5 7 21 26 59


Southampton 1-1 Palace

Tuesday December 26 2006

Southampton: Davis, Ostlund, Baird, Lundekvam, Bale, Surman (Wright-Phillips, 88), Wright, Pele, Skacel, Rasiak, Jones (sent off 28)

Subs not used: Bialkowski, Idiakez, Dyer, Viafara

Red Card: Jones, 28

Goals: Baird 47

Palace: Flinders, Butterfield, Hudson, Ward, Granville, Soares, Fletcher (Reich, 46), Kennedy, McAnuff, Morrison (Freedman, 66), Kuqi

Subs not used: Wilkinson, Lawrence, Scowcroft

Yellow Cards: Fletcher, Flinders, Soares

Goals: McAnuff 54

Ref Watch:

Lee Probert

Match Prediction:

0-2 to Palace, Southampton like their fans will expect to win easily, they will come unstuck, as were ready

Next Fixtures:

Palace away to Bristol Rovers Tues August 14th kick off 19.45




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