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Norwich get their first win of the season!
Osvaldo's full debut is over as the Italian makes way for Jay Rodriguez. Saints trying something different in their search for an equaliser.
Howson replaces Elmander as Norwich look to secure the midfield area.
Schneiderlin makes way for Steven Davis. The Northern Irishman scored twice in the midweek League Cup win at Barnsley and Southampton need something similar today.
REDMOND SCORES FOR CITY!
A surprising substitution: Lallana goes off, with no apparent injury, and is replaced by Ramirez. The departing Saints skipper has looked like one of their biggest threats but Pochettino wants to try something different. Lambert takes the Southampton armband.
Saints fan Brett Sawyer got in touch during the first half: 'I think this is going to be a closely fought battle especially in the midfield area hopefully in the Norwich half. I'm left pondering if Gaston was worth the money we paid for him as only a few touches of class last season have not justified this expense. Hopefully the new Osvaldo can show us what he is capable of, and I don't mean getting sent off! I see some good signings for Norwich with a potential game winner coming from Van Wolfswinkel, I think he is a player to watch this season!2-1 to the home side unless Rickie has his way.' - You're not wrong about the midfield battle, Brett. We haven't seen much from Osvaldo or van Wolfswinkel yet, but there is plenty of time for that to change.
Lallana came closest to breaking the deadlock when he struck the post with a volley from the edge of the box and referee Webb has rejected penalty appeals at both ends. Both sides will feel satisfied, if not delighted, but what do you think? Email me email@example.com or reach me on Twitter @IanWatson1.
The extra 60 seconds passes without incident and we are goalless at the break.
David Grant emailed in as Norwich kicked off and he's predicting a 3-2 win for Southampton. A five-goal thriller would suit me.
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