So far everything has been Southampton They play like a team desperately in need of a win

Walker-Peters finds a nice cross-field ball on the right side of the box, pointing it at Djenepo, who tosses his shot into the ground and then into Ruddy’s arms, and Southampton should really be up front by now

Redmond, Armstrong and Ings all break into the wolves’ box Redmond tries to find Ings, the ball is diverted into the path of Armstrong who blocked his shot for a corner There is plenty of room on the outside

Ruddy flies out of his box to intercept a through pass and only beats Ings The striker has made a brisk start to this cup game Moutinho is down after a challenge from Bednarek The midfielder will be fine

Hoever finds space on the right flank He whips a low cross to the front post, but Fabio Silva is currently being knocked to the ball by Bednarek. Better by the home team

A long ball falls on Redmond, who finds Ings in the box. A wide-angle shot is blocked

Ings skilfully brings the ball into the box and tries a scissor kick, which is blocked for a corner Nice touch from the striker The corner is finally cleared by wolves who were previously on the ropes

The corner falls to Bertrand, who takes a big hit on the ball, but misses it completely wasted chance in the box!

Southampton wins another corner, this time Redmond briefly finds Armstrong in space in the box, but his shot is aimed directly at Ruddy, who is just making the save Another chance for the away team

Wolves attack right for the first time, but a bad pass allows Southampton to sweep possession

Djenepo wins a corner at the other end Ward-Prowse whips it, but Ruddy would do well to hit it away. Another corner is won from the second ball

Southampton starts calmly and spreads the ball to the back four before throwing it onto the field, however Ruddy wins the race for the ball

This is the fifth FA Cup meeting between Wolves and Southampton where each side has won twice in the last four games. Southampton won the last meeting in March 2003 2-0, en route to this season’s final

Wolves have only lost one of their last 10 encounters with Southampton in all competitions (W5 D4) The league meeting with Saints in Molineux ended this season with 1: 1

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After the 21-year-old center-back signed for Southampton in August 2020, he wasn’t there for his new club until tonight

Ralph Hasenhuttl has described the Ghanaian as a long-term project that seems to have some fitness issues when he arrives at the club

The home team have made six changes since their last game, while Southampton opts for an XI closer to their strongest. Fraser Forster will be in goal for the away team, perhaps with a chance to settle in after Alex McCarthy’s recent bouts force the first choice of Southampton

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Ralph Hasenhuttl believes that hard love is the best way for Southampton to recover from its break-in

The Saints go to the Wolves in the FA Cup fifth round tonight

They have lost their last five Premier League games, including losing 9-0 at Manchester United last week

But Hasenhuttl thinks his players can handle the criticism if they try to finish the slide

He said, “You have to show the players and I think they can take it. I’ve been very critical to them this week and I know they can take it and I hope we can all work our way back to better Find results

“I am the kind of person who instantly tells players that luck is not about we must always be careful to work on our game and make sure we influence it in every possible way

“You can see if someone isn’t working hard enough and needs to do better. It’s also clear that some parts of our game are not 100 percent

“But if you look at our last game against the Wolves, it was a free, confident team that was unbeaten in seven games before, and you can tell a difference that is normal

“It’s the same team now, but with more players and more options on the field, hopefully quality will follow

“We have to go back to the way we played earlier in the season and there’s no reason we shouldn’t

“The last thing we should groan about is how unhappy we were or how we make decisions that has never been a topic I agree with and it will never be as long as I sit here”

Alex McCarthy conceded 18 goals in the horrific run of the Saints, and his last goal was against West Ham in December

It was a chastening time for the 31-year-old, but Hasenhuttl is of the opinion that the goalkeeper has to enforce it

He said, “I didn’t reassure him because I didn’t feel like it was necessary. I have someone (Andrew Sparkes, goalkeeping coach) to talk to him about things and give him advice for the future.” >

“There has been a lot of development in his game this season, but the line doesn’t always go straight up. There are moments when it goes through a valley and you have to work through it, but that’s normal in sport”

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