• INJURY NEWS: Morgan Schneiderlin out for 2-3 weeks

    Saints midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin faces two to three weeks on the sidelines, after straining an adductor.

    Schneiderlin, 25, also missed the side's 2-0 win over Arsenal, after picking up the same injury in the 3-0 loss to Manchester City.

    The injury will see Schneiderlin miss games against Ipswich Town and Newcastle United, as well as the potential hosting of Crystal Palace, should Saints win their FA Cup replay against Ipswich Town tonight.

    Fortunately for Ronald Koeman, Jack Cork has recently returned to training, meaning he has a full complement of central midfield options, Schneiderlin aside.
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