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League Two Exiles eye Carabao Cup shock


Southampton can be hoping to kickstart a run within the Carabao Cup as they journey to tackle Newport County on Wednesday night time.

The Saints have confirmed glimpses of promise of their opening two Premier League matches in opposition to Everton and Manchester United, nevertheless they’ve picked up only one level to this point.

This strike gave Southampton a surprise lead in the first half against Manchester United


This strike gave Southampton a shock lead within the first half in opposition to Manchester United

A conflict with the League Two facet could possibly be the perfect probability to get their marketing campaign up and working.

The Exiles have loved a good begin to life within the fourth tier having gained two of their opening three matches within the league.

Cup soccer is famend for its surprises and so Michael Flynn’s facet can be quietly hoping that they’ll pull off an upset.

Newport v Southampton: How one can pay attention

This match will get beneath means at 7.45pm on Wednesday, August 25.

Full protection from Rodney Parade can be dwell on talkSPORT 2, with our pre-match build-up beginning at 7.30pm.

Commentary will come from Commentary from Ian Danter and David Connolly.

To tune in, click on HERE for the dwell stream.

Manager Mike Flynn will miss Newport’s clash after testing positive for COVID-19

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Supervisor Mike Flynn will miss Newport’s conflict after testing constructive for COVID-19

Newport v Southampton: workforce information

The largest change for Newport County would be the absence of supervisor Michael Flynn who misses the sport after testing constructive for COVId-19.

He’ll get replaced within the dugout by assistant supervisor Wayne Hatswell.

As for the workforce, Mickey Demetriou and Matty Dolan each missed the weekend’s 1-Zero victory over Tranmere Rovers nevertheless Dolan may come again into rivalry for the conflict with the Saints.

For Southampton Ralph Hasenhuttl has hinted that he may make quite a few modifications to his facet for the Newport conflict.

Three gamers who gained’t be concerned, nevertheless are Stuart Armstrong, Will Smallbone and Sam McQueen.

Armstrong is struggling with a calf harm and is unlikely to characteristic, whereas Smallbone and McQueen stay long-term absentees.

Newport v Southampton: What’s been mentioned?

Newport County assistant supervisor Wayne Hatswell mentioned: “It’s a trade-off, we’ve had a tricky away recreation at Tranmere and have one other robust away recreation developing at Salford.

“The workforce isn’t determined in the mean time and we’ll depart that till late. It’s about seeing who’s in the very best situation to deal with coping with three video games in seven days.

“However all of the gamers which can be right here, as we noticed at Ipswich, are trusted. They proved that night time that they’re greater than succesful, whoever performs can be trusted in what we do and can do it to the very best of their capacity.

“I’ve no points with any modifications which will occur or if we keep on with a few older stalwarts.

“We knew what the schedule was so we have now ready in addition to we are able to.

“Pre-season is at all times robust right here so they’re match, it’s about managing restoration time and we have now ready very well.

“Salford can be rubbing their fingers that we’ve received a tricky recreation in opposition to Southampton however we’ll be prepared.”

Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl mentioned: “It’s a busy week with robust fixtures, first within the cup.

“We have now an even bigger facet this season and all people must get the possibility to play and we’ll do that undoubtedly.”


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