Updated Injury: One of Southampton’s top players won’t be able to participate in the upcoming game due to injury…………………..

EFL disciplinary regulations dictate that players will be suspended for one game if they receive five yellow cards in the first 19 games

of the season. The Irish full back’s yellow card against Hull, which he received for tripping a Tigers player after he got caught in possession, was his fifth of the season.

Martin said that he won’t have the 27-year-old at Deepdale after Southampton’s 2-1 victory against Hull on Saturday.

He has been booked five times, thus we have lost him. When questioned about whether losing his former Swansea full back is a setback, he responded, “They are good enough to deal with it.

“I believe that Manning, like so many others before him, has adapted to the role. Players who haven’t played recently must be prepared to contribute.

Since Manning and Kyle Walker-Peters have started all but one game this season, the former Scotland international has been very comfortable with his full backs.

Juan Larios, the lone other natural senior left-back for Southampton, is now out with an injury after encountering a setback in his recuperation.

Walker-Peters might then switch to the left, as he did against Middlesbrough when Manning was listed as a replacement, as a result.

James Bree and Mason Holgate, who have both been given very little playing time under Martin this season, may have an opportunity as a result of that.

A number of changes are anticipated ahead of Saints’ trip to fourth-place Preston, the second of three games in eight days, and not just at left back.

Taylor (Harwood-Bellis) entered the game after only one day of practice. We’ll have to evaluate him,” Martin continued.

“He seemed alright, so fingers are crossed that he made it out safely. There are several worn-out bodies inside.

There are players who have played minutes while on international duty, so we will need to evaluate everything.

“I am certain that we will need everyone. On Wednesday and Saturday, the team will undergo alterations.

“I hope the team has reached a stage where we can replace one or two players. I firmly believe in each of them.

They’re all developing in unison. Someone will have the opportunity, and they will have to seize it.

“I am certain that we will need everyone. On Wednesday and Saturday, the team will undergo alterations.

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