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Key Southampton duo missing for Cheslea clash

11:58 04 January 2013

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Southampton's Adam Lallana looks dejected as he is led off the pitch injured. Picture: Chris Ison/PA Wire

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Adam Lallana will again miss out when Southampton face Chelsea in the FA Cup tomorrow.

The Saints captain is unavailable for the third-round tie with a knee injury, although right-back Nathaniel Clyne could feature at St Mary’s after a knee complaint of his own.

Gaston Ramirez is available to feature despite sustaining a dead leg against Arsenal on New Year’s Day. Zambia international Emmanuel Mayuka leaves for the African Nations Cup after the game.

Provisional squad: K Davis, Gazzaniga, Boruc, Richardson, Stephens, Clyne, Fox, Shaw, Yoshida, Hooiveld, Fonte, Reeves, Ward-Prowse, Do Prado, Cork, Chaplow, De Ridder, Ramirez, Schneiderlin, S Davis, Puncheon, Lee, Lambert, Rodriguez, Mayuka.

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