Pardew set to tinker against Hatters

Southampton manager Alan Pardew is set to make changes to his side for their FA Cup clash with Luton at St Mary's on Saturday afternoon.

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Pardew: Likely to shuffle his pack

Pardew: Likely to shuffle his pack

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David Connolly could be set for a start after making a half-time substitute appearance in the defeat to Colchester on Monday with Morgan Schneiderlin dropping to the bench.

Goalkeeper Kelvin Davis has been absent for the past three games with a groin injury which has caused him problems kicking but he is going to be given a late fitness test and could replace Bartosz Bialkowski.

Ndiaye Papa Waigo could be in line for a return to the starting XI with Michail Antonio likely to miss out.

Full-back Graeme Murty is out until the end of January with an ankle injury.

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