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Southampton will look to build on their first Premier League win of the season when they host Sheffield Wednesday in the third round of the Capital One Cup.
The Saints romped to a 4-1 win against Aston Villa at St Mary's stadium on Saturday and will be keen to carry the momentum into Tuesday night's clash.
The Owls, promoted to the Championship from League One last season, will be desperate to turn around their recent poor form after losing their last four on the bounce.
Nigel Adkins is set to reshuffle his line-up for the encounter, having made 11 changes to the starting XI in the previous round against Stevenage, where they blooded in a number of academy players.
Jack Cork could feature as he steps up his return from an ankle injury, while new signing Artur Boruc may be involved in the squad depending on international clearance.
Sheffield Wednesday will be without Ross Barkley, Rhys McCabe and Martin Taylor with boss Dave Jones set to make several changes against his former club.
Midfielder Barkley and centre-half Taylor are both cup-tied after already appearing in the competition for Everton and Watford respectively, while McCabe was forced out of Saturday's home defeat to Bolton at half-time with a thigh injury.
But Joe Mattock is available following suspension and he could return at right-back, although Daniel Jones is hoping to retain his place.
Another defender, Reda Johnson, is still struggling with the foot injury that kept him out against Bolton.
Strikers Gary Madine and Chris Maguire are pressing for recalls to the starting line-up and Irish midfielder Paul Corry is in contention for his first appearance for the club.
The Owls are chasing their first win since the end of August having lost their last four league matches.
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