New signings set for Saints debuts

Alan Pardew is set to add Papa Waigo N'diaye, Radhi Jaidi, Lee Holmes and Marek Saganowski to his squad for Saturday's clash at Charlton.

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Senegalese striker N'diaye, Pardew's recent loan signing from Fiorentina, and former Bolton and Birmingham defender Jaidi have both finally received international clearance and are in line to make their debuts.

Injury-hit winger Holmes played for the reserves this week after recovering from a groin problem, while Saganowski returns in attack following international duty with Poland.

But veteran full-back Graeme Murty is still missing with a knee injury.

Pardew heads back to The Valley for the first time since leaving the Addicks last November after two years in charge.

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