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Friday, 9 December 2011

Southampton v Blackpool Online Free Live Stream Npower Championship Preview -10 Dec-2011,12:45 CET

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Blackpool, currently in eighth and still managed by the enigmatic Ian Holloway, probably won’t have faced as tough a task as this since, well, last season, but they are an exceptional case. The Saints are on top of their game and finally looking as though they are on the way back to the top, and of the relegated sides over recent years few are missed more than the South-coast entertainers.
This current crop isn’t bad, and the chance to see the best game of the week in the most competitive league in the world is not to be sniffed at.
In a third-round shock of sorts, League One Saints overcame top-flight opposition thanks to second-half goals from Lee Barnard and Guly Do Prado.
But Holloway had virtually written off his side's chances in the competition beforehand, and made nine changes to his starting line-up with half the youth team making up the bench.
Holloway makes no bones about the fact survival in the Premier League is his sole focus, so his established stars did not even make the trip south.
In fairness to the Seasiders boss, it says everything about their recent achievements that their squad looks so lightweight even when compared to a third-tier side, who made eight changes themselves but still managed to field a line-up of first-team regulars.
All Holloway wanted to see was his side give a good account of themselves and for the most part they did, especially in the second half.
The visitors almost equalised Barnard's opener - even if a replay was the last thing Holloway wanted - but Saints keeper Bartosz Bialkowski pulled off a fine save to deny Matt Phillips.
Southampton's priorities also lie elsewhere - they currently sit second in League One - but boss Nigel Adkins still included Adam Lallana the day after he signed a new four-and-a-half year contract.

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