Saints will be aiming for their first St Mary's win against Huddersfield since their League One days tomorrow.

December 28 2010

SAINTS trailed to Lee Novak’s 15th-minute opener, before securing a comfortable win that took them up to fifth in League One.
Huddersfield arrived in third place and took the lead when Novak headed in a free-kick.
But Rickie Lambert equalised with a 28th-minute half-volley that beat Huddersfield goalkeeper Alex Smithies at his near post.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain put Saints in front four minutes later with a brilliant drag-back and low shot.
Adam Lallana hit the crossbar before his free-kick was headed in by Radhi Jaidi in the 51st minute.
Sub Richard Chaplow drilled in the fourth in the 72nd minute to secure a win that took Saints up to fifth in League One. They were promoted as runners-up behind Brighton at the end of the season.
SAINTS: Davis, Harding, Fonte, Butterfield (Richardson 46), Jaidi, Schneiderlin (Chaplow 55), Do Prado, Hammond, Lallana, Oxlade-Chamberlain (Dickson 71), Lambert.

March 2, 2010

SAINTS kept alive their faint hopes of reaching the play-offs with this win.
Rickie Lambert gave Alan Pardew’s side a 16th-minute lead by crashing in a header via the underside of the crossbar from Jason Puncheon’s cross.
Lee Barnard headed in Dean Hammond’s cross eight minutes later and Puncheon curled in a left-footer via the inside of a post.
The tireless Hammond flicked in Puncheon’s corner in the 76th minute. Papa Waigo fired in the fifth before a 16-year-old Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain came on for his debut.
SAINTS: Davis, Harding, Jaidi (Seaborne 80), Fonte, Otsemobor, Puncheon, Hammond, Schneiderlin, Lallana, Lambert (Oxlade-Chamberlain 86), Barnard (N’Diaye 78).

October 5, 1994

MATT Le Tissier scored all four goals as Saints romped to victory in the Coca-Cola Cup.
Le Tissier scored the only goal in the first leg, a last-minute header, and gave the home side a 41st-minute lead with a penalty at The Dell two weeks later.
Midway through the second half he took the ball from Iain Dowie, charged to the byline and scored from a tight angle.
Three minutes later, he fired in powerfully after a Tommy Widdrington shot came off the post. He tapped in his and Saints’ fourth after Neil Heaney and Ronnie Ekelund combined to set up the opportunity, clinching as 5-0 aggregate win against a Huddersfield side that was in the equivalent of League One at the time. Saints lost at Sheffield Wednesday in he third round.
SAINTS: Grobbelaar, Dodd, , Charlton, Magilton, Benali, , Monkou, Le Tissier, Ekelund, Dowie (Bennett), Widdrington (Tisdale), Heaney.

January 9, 1971.

Terry Paine scored the only goal, a 25-yarder, to help Saints to their only previous top-flight win against Huddersfield. It was the first of three successive wins – their best run of a season that would end with 46 points - their highest-ever first-division tally at the time. Saints finished in seventh place for the second successive season year.
SAINTS: Martin, Kirkup, Hollywood, Fisher, McGrath, Gabriel, Paine, Channon, Davies, O’Neil, Jenkins.

March 20, 1963

Saints came to win this division two encounter thanks to two goals from David Burnside.
Derek Stokes gave the visitors a 24th-minute lead but Burnside soon equalised from 15 yards.
A Terry Paine dribble and pull-back set up an easy chance for George O’Brien to give Saints a 58th-minute lead.
Burnside secured the points six minutes later with a glancing header from a John Sydenham cross.
SAINTS: Reynolds, Davies, Traynor, Wimshurst, Knapp, Huxford, Paine, O’Brien, Kirby, Burnside, Sydenham.