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Shot by Jay Rodriguez went wide of the right-hand upright.
Shot by Sam Vokes.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Junior Stanislas. Kevin Long scores with a right foot finish. Southampton 4-3 Burnley.Assist on the goal came from Junior Stanislas.
Danny Ings has an effort at goal. A parry by Kelvin Davis prevents the goal.
The referee blows for offside against Dean Marney.
Shot by Jay Rodriguez went wide right of the net.
Corner from the left by-line taken by James Ward-Prowse.
Jose Fonte takes the free kick.
The referee blows for offside.
(Southampton) makes a substitution, with Jose Fonte coming on for Jos Hooiveld.
Free kick taken by Morgan Schneiderlin.
Scott Arfield challenges Adam Lallana unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Adam Lallana grabs a goal with a left foot finish. Southampton 4-2 Burnley.
Corner from the right by-line taken by David Jones.
Morgan Schneiderlin takes a shot and missed to the left of the net.
Corner taken by David Jones from the right by-line.
Jay Rodriguez scores with their right foot. Southampton 3-2 Burnley.
Junior Stanislas comes on in place of Keith Treacy.
Jay Rodriguez has an effort at goal.
(Southampton) makes a substitution, with Adam Lallana coming on for Gaston Ramirez.
Sam Vokes has an effort at goal. Kelvin Davis parries the effort to safety.
Danny Ings scores with their right foot. Southampton 2-2 Burnley.The assist for the goal came from Sam Vokes.
Jay Rodriguez has an effort at goal. Tom Heaton safely holds on.
Danny Ings takes a shot. Kelvin Davis catches the ball.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Keith Treacy.
Gaston Ramirez is penalised for a handball.
Sam Vokes scores a headed goal. Southampton 2-1 Burnley.Assist by Dean Marney.
Jay Rodriguez challenges Scott Arfield unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Corner taken by Gaston Ramirez.
The match restarts for the second half.
Corner taken by James Ward-Prowse from the right by-line.
It is the end of the first-half.
Danny Lafferty makes a clearance.
The ball is sent over by James Ward-Prowse.
Free kick taken by Danny Lafferty.
Maya Yoshida challenges Danny Ings unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Nathaniel Clyne produces a cross.
Luke Shaw takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Tom Heaton parries the effort to safety.
Nathaniel Clyne takes a shot and missed to the left of the target.
Rickie Lambert goes off and Jay Rodriguez comes on.
Shot comes in from Kieran Trippier from the free kick. Blocked by James Ward-Prowse.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Danny Lafferty by James Ward-Prowse.
The ball is swung over by Nathaniel Clyne.
Rickie Lambert scores with a right foot finish. Southampton 2-0 Burnley.Steven Davis provided the assist for the goal.
Nathaniel Clyne scores with a right foot finish. Southampton 1-0 Burnley.Steven Davis provided the assist for the goal.
David Jones restarts play with the free kick.
Morgan Schneiderlin challenges David Jones unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Gaston Ramirez sends in a cross.
Danny Ings gets a header at goal. Kelvin Davis catches the ball.
The ball is swung over by Kieran Trippier.
Shot by Gaston Ramirez went wide left of the goal.
David Jones crosses the ball in from the free kick.
Morgan Schneiderlin challenges Keith Treacy unfairly and gives away a free kick.
A cross is delivered by Nathaniel Clyne.
The ball is crossed by Rickie Lambert.
Gaston Ramirez takes a weak shot.
Scott Arfield takes a shot and went wide right of the net.
The game kicks-off.
Rodriguez backs Ings for England
Danny Ings can fire himself into the England squad and Burnley back to the Barclays Premier League, according to former team-mate Jay Rodriguez.
Southampton striker Rodriguez is hoping to put one over hometown club Burnley in FA Cup third round action at St Mary's Stadium on Saturday.
But while the 24-year-old wants to dump his old club out of the competition, England man Rodriguez still wants them to join Saints in the Premier League.
Persistent ankle problems ruled Rodriguez out of Premier League action with Burnley in 2009/10, and he hopes the second-placed Sky Bet Championship side can win promotion to face Southampton in league action next term.
"They deserve to be there and I just hope they can stay there," said Rodriguez.
"It was frustrating seeing the Premier League come to Turf Moor and not be able to play but I think it improved me physically because when I was out I did a lot of gym work."
Free-scoring Ings has blasted 19 goals in 27 games for Burnley so far this term, and Rodriguez believes the England Under-21 striker will progress to full international status in time.
Ings was released by Southampton as a schoolboy before breaking through at Bournemouth to make his name and earn a move north.
Rodriguez has headed the other way, after impressing at his hometown club and now winding up on the south coast.
Whatever their differing routes, Rodriguez hopes the pair end up in the same place: Roy Hodgson's England squad.
Backing Ings to win full international honours, he said: "I don't see why not, he's a great player with a great future.
"Unfortunately he picked up a bad injury when I was there but when he came back he was a great player and it's no surprise he's scoring goals for fun.
"He's a great talent and a good lad as well so there'll be a lot of interest in him [during the January transfer window].
"But I'm sure Burnley will be able to keep hold of him and do well this year."
Despite mixed feelings Rodriguez admitted he would love to add to his tally of nine goals for the season against his boyhood club.
After joining Southampton last summer, Rodriguez took time to find his feet but believes he is now thriving under the guidance of manager Mauricio Pochettino.
He said: "I'll obviously be happy to score a goal but it's my old club.
"When the draw came through I had a lot of texts and phone calls from family and mates. It's going to be a great game.
"Moving away from family and friends I've grown up with all my life was quite hard but in time it's got a lot better and at the moment I'm loving life down here.
"I obviously still miss home, that's part of it, but they enjoy coming down here a lot and it's nice to be living in a great place.
"My main focus down here is football, that's helped me and the club's helped me massively to improve as a player since I've been here.
"When I first came here I realised how fit the lads were and everything that goes with the training is really hard.
"It's something you want to improve because in the Premiership you need to be as athletic as you can be."
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