Under-fire Paulo Gazzaniga set to start for Southampton against Liverpool
Premier League team news
Friday 30 November 2012
Under-fire goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga looks set to start for Southampton again when they travel to Liverpool tomorrow.
The 20-year-old Argentinian has come under increasing scrutiny following a number of recent high-profile mistakes, including the one that saw Norwich grab an equaliser in midweek.
Danny Fox could return from a knee complaint, while Frazer Richardson and Richard Chaplow are closing in on a return.
Provisional squad: K Davis, Gazzaniga, Boruc, Richardson, Butterfield, Stephens, Clyne, Fox, Shaw, Yoshida, Hooiveld, Fonte, Reeves, Ward-Prowse, Do Prado, Cork, Chaplow, De Ridder, Lallana, Ramirez, Schneiderlin, Lee, Puncheon, S Davis, Lambert, Rodriguez, Mayuka.
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