A proof for the shock absences of a trio of members of Southampton’s squad to face Norwich Metropolis as we speak has been offered.

Hanley luggage the winner

Ralph Hasenhuttl’s males have been in fact again in motion earlier this afternoon.

Of their first outing on the again of the worldwide break, the Saints made the journey to Carrow Street, hopeful of sustaining a effective latest spell of type up towards Premier League basement-dwellers Norwich.

When all was mentioned and completed, nonetheless, Southampton noticed their efforts come up quick.

The brand new supervisor bounce in east Anglia in the end culminated within the Canaries choosing up only a 2nd three-point haul of the marketing campaign, courtesy of strikes from Teemu Pukki and Grant Hanley.

Norwich lead once more by means of Grant Hanley 💛 pic.twitter.com/iJtQBtSNMJ

— DAZN Canada (@DAZN_CA) November 20, 2021

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The eventual outcome at Carrow Street, nonetheless, didn’t mark the one concern for these of a Southampton persuasion on Saturday.

This comes with supporters of the Hampshire outfit having additionally been left to sweat over the whereabouts of a trio of members of Ralph Hasenhuttl’s squad.

All of Stuart Armstrong, Moussa Djenepo and Nathan Redmond have been surprisingly absent from the guests’ matchday setup, sparking comprehensible harm considerations.

And such fears proved effectively based in relation to midfielder Armstrong, with Hasenhuttl having confirmed post-match that the Scottish worldwide has certainly picked up a calf downside.

Djenepo, alternatively, was absent owing to ‘personal issues’, while fellow wide-man Redmond was understandably not out there owing to the start of his son:

‘Stuart has a calf harm, Moussa has some personal issues and Redmond is lacking, in fact, as a result of he turned a father.’

🚑 Extra from Ralph Hasenhuttl who has offered an replace on Stuart Armstrong and Moussa Djenepo, each lacking tonight.

Armstrong has a calf harm, picked up solely yesterday, whereas Djenepo has some personal points that dominated him out of the sport. #SaintsFChttps://t.co/Mlk8OSyprj

— Tom Leach (@TomLeachHL) November 20, 2021

 

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6/4
11/8
Southampton
12/1
16/1
Draw
6/1
22/1

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Premier League desk

#
Workforce
MP
D
P
1
Chelsea FC
11
23
26
2
Manchester Metropolis
11
16
23
3
West Ham United
11
10
23
4
Liverpool FC
11
20
22
5
Arsenal FC
11
0
20
6
Manchester United
11
2
17
7
Brighton & Hove Albion
11
0
17
8
Wolverhampton Wanderers
11
-1
16
9
Tottenham Hotspur
11
-7
16
10
Crystal Palace
11
1
15
11
Everton FC
11
0
15
12
Leicester Metropolis
11
-2
15
13
Southampton FC
11
-2
14
14
Brentford FC
11
-1
12
15
Leeds United
11
-7
11
16
Aston Villa
11
-6
10
17
Watford FC
11
-7
10
18
Burnley FC
11
-6
8
19
Newcastle United
11
-12
5
20
Norwich Metropolis
11
-21
5

Participant
Workforce
Objectives
Salah, Mohamed
Liverpool FC
11
Vardy, Jamie
Leicester Metropolis
7
Mane, Sadio
Liverpool FC
7
Antonio, Michail
West Ham United
6
Jota, Diogo
Liverpool FC
5
Cornet, Maxwel
Burnley FC
5
Raphinha
Leeds United
5
Sarr, Ismaila
Watford FC
5
Dennis, Emmanuel
Watford FC
4
James, Reece
Chelsea FC
4
Fernandes, Bruno
Manchester United
4
Gallagher, Conor
Crystal Palace
4
Ronaldo, Cristiano
Manchester United
4
King, Joshua
Watford FC
4
Smith-Rowe, Emile
Arsenal FC
4
Benteke, Christian
Crystal Palace
4
Aubameyang, Pierre-Emerick
Arsenal FC
4
Son, Heung Min
Tottenham Hotspur
4
Zaha, Wilfried
Crystal Palace
4
Firmino, Roberto
Liverpool FC
4
Participant
Workforce
Crimson Playing cards
Yellow Playing cards
Dennis, Emmanuel
Watford FC
0
6
Pogba, Paul
Manchester United
1
4
Westwood, Ashley
Burnley FC
0
5
Tarkowski, James
Burnley FC
0
5
Skipp, Oliver
Tottenham Hotspur
0
5
Wilson, Callum
Newcastle United
0
4
Rice, Declan
West Ham United
0
4
Ritchie, Matt
Newcastle United
0
4
McGinn, John
Aston Villa
0
4
Richarlison
Everton FC
0
4
Moreno, Rodrigo
Leeds United
0
4
Norgaard, Christian
Brentford FC
0
4
Mings, Tyrone
Aston Villa
0
4
Normann, Mathias
Norwich Metropolis
0
4
Duffy, Shane
Brighton & Hove Albion
0
4
Laporte, Aymeric
Manchester Metropolis
1
3
Lascelles, Jamaal
Newcastle United
0
4
Shaw, Luke
Manchester United
0
4
Veltman, Joel
Brighton & Hove Albion
0
4
Fred
Manchester United
0
4
Participant
Workforce
Assists
Salah, Mohamed
Liverpool FC
7
Pogba, Paul
Manchester United
7
Alexander-Arnold, Trent
Liverpool FC
6
Dennis, Emmanuel
Watford FC
5
Jesus, Gabriel
Manchester Metropolis
5
Kovacic, Mateo
Chelsea FC
5
James, Reece
Chelsea FC
4
Doucoure, Abdoulaye
Everton FC
4
Bowen, Jarrod
West Ham United
4
Antonio, Michail
West Ham United
3
Fernandes, Bruno
Manchester United
3
Gallagher, Conor
Crystal Palace
3
Saint-Maximin, Allan
Newcastle United
3
Benrahma, Stated
West Ham United
3
Lowton, Matthew
Burnley FC
3
Rice, Declan
West Ham United
3
Ritchie, Matt
Newcastle United
3
Westwood, Ashley
Burnley FC
3
Ronaldo, Cristiano
Manchester United
2
King, Joshua
Watford FC
2

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