Southampton FC - Blackpool: Live Stream & on TV today00 Days 14 Hours 11 Minutes 22 SecondsFA Cup(Match day 4)BlackpoolJan 28 07:00 AM Southampton FC Where to watch in Live Subs HD Blackpool @ Southampton FC: Live Stream & on TV today Blackpool @ Southampton FC is an upcoming Soccer event that takes place on Jan 28 at 07:00 AM. You can livestream Blackpool @ Southampton FC on SN Now.
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Armel Bella-Kotchap and Stuart Armstrong both look set to miss this game as well, as they didn’t recover in time for the EFL Cup game. Winger Theo Walcott has not featured since the 12th of December but could be in contention for a place in the matchday squad for this game. Saints’ attacking pair of Che Adams and Adam Armstrong are both likely to be pushing for a start in this game, as the pair featured off the bench in the midweek defeat. For Blackpool, they will definitely be without the services of winger Keshi Anderson as he faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines. However, the Seasiders will be able to call upon their new signing Charlie Goode, as the defender didn’t appear for Brentford in the previous round, which makes him free to play for Blackpool.
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Southampton vs Blackpool: FA Cup Live Stream, Form Guide, Head to Head, Schedule, Fixture and Probable LineupsSouthampton take on Blackpool in a fourth round FA Cup contest that will see two teams struggling in the relegation zone in their respective divisions going against each other. The Saturday evening contest will be an interesting one for various reasons. It goes without saying that both sides are not where they would like to be in their respective league table right now. With these clubs struggling in the relegation spots in their league, the FA Cup will act as a welcome distraction. Things have not gone according to plan for either club, as they are not where many expected them to be at this stage of the campaign.
Meanwhile for the visitors, this game will be Mick McCarthy’s first game in charge of Blackpool, as their weekend game in the Championship was called off due to the weather. It’s been a rough spell for the Seasiders, but their one shining moment this season came in the previous round of this competition as they beat Premier League side Nottingham Forest 4-1 at Bloomfield Road. Southampton will be without central defender Duje Caleta-Car for this game, as the 26-year-old was shown his marching orders in the EFL Cup defeat to Newcastle in midweek. The Premier League side were without defenders Tino Livramento and Juan Larios during the week, and it is unclear if the pair will be available for this FA Cup game.
McCarthy could look to start Josh Bowler, who has recently returned to Bloomfield Road on loan for the rest of the season. The Seasiders could also look to play Ian Poveda, who missed their recent game against Watford but did manage to make an impact in the previous round. Blackpool captain Marvin Ekpiteta came off with a hamstring injury in their last game against Watford and it is unknown as of yet if he’ll be ready for this encounter. While attacking duo Gary Madine and Jerry Yates will be pushing to start this game, with McCarthy weighing up what route to go down.
It has been a real struggle for these two sides, as they have been unable to add any kind of momentum to their game. Therefore, they welcome the opportunity to keep their minds away from league action and focus on cup football for the time being. As things stand, Southampton have 15 points from 20 games to be rooted to the bottom of the Premier League, while Blackpool are placed 23rd in the Championship with 26 points from 27 games. They both have already lost 13 games in their respective league and have a difficult task in climbing out of the relegation zone.
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