Loanees return for Addicks clash

Southampton manager Alan Pardew will welcome back Jacob Mellis and Neal Trotman for the Johnstone's Paint Trophy tie with Charlton.

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The on-loan pair are available again for the visit of the Addicks, having been ruled out by parent clubs Chelsea and Preston for Saints' 3-2 FA Cup first round win against Bristol Rovers.

But Pardew will be without Oscar Gobern, who played in the cup tie on Friday evening. The 18-year-old is cup-tied having featured for MK Dons in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy during a loan spell earlier in the season.

Graeme Murty is also ruled out of the match with a long-standing knee ligament injury.

However, Pardew will be boosted by the news that the former Reading captain will be back in training in the next couple of days.

Southampton striker Jamie White, meanwhile, has extended his loan spell at Blue Square South side Eastleigh.

The Academy graduate, who turns 20 next week, has made six appearances for the Spitfires so far this season.

White, who featured for Eastleigh in the FA Cup defeat at Barrow on Saturday, will remain at the Silverlake Stadium for a further month.

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