Saints duo could return to squad

David Connolly and Dan Seaborne are close to returning to the Southampton squad for the home game against Huddersfield on Tuesday night.

Last Updated: 01/03/10 at 14:29

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Striker Connolly was due to resume training this week having been sidelined since December with a groin problem.

Defender Seaborne has a knee injury which it was feared would require surgery, but a scan has shown the problem is not serious and he could be involved against the Terriers.

Boss Alan Pardew is unlikely to make changes, however, after watching his side rack up their biggest win of the season in Saturday's 5-1 success against Walsall.

Midfielder Lloyd James will be out for at least another couple of weeks to rest an ankle injury and veteran full-back Graeme Murty is a long-term absentee following surgery on his ankle.

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