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A preview of this weekend's football fixtures

Pochettino with Wigan's Roberto Martinez Photo: PA

In the Premier League Southampton are looking for their first win under new manager Mauricio Pochettino.

They face Manchester City at St Mary's in tomorrow's late kick off. It's ten years since Saints last beat Man City at home - top scorer Rickie Lambert says they must end their current run of four games without a win - and he could score his 100th goal for the club tomorrow.

Meanwhile Reading - who sit just one point below Southampton and have won four of their last six league games - play at Stoke tomorrow.

And their brilliant form so far in 2013 was rewarded this week as Manager Brian McDermott won Manager of the month. And after coming off the bench to score five goals during three matches - Adam le Fondre was named player of the month.

The Football League has confirmed Portsmouth - who travel to Bournemouth tomorrow - face expulsion from the league unless the Pompey Supporters Trust buys the club before the end of the season.

Earlier this week football financier Keith Harris put forward a new bid - but the Football League ruled it's too late to consider fresh offers. Policy also states a club cannot begin two consequtive seasons in administration.

In the championship tomorrow - Brighton are at home to Hull. And In League One, as well as that south coast clash between Bournemouth and Portsmouth - Swindon host bottom of the table Hartlepool and Crawley travel to Scunthorpe.

In League Two Aldershot are at home to fellow strugglers Plymouth, Gillingham travel to Bradford looking to bounce back from Monday night's defeat and Oxford will be without injured striker Tom Craddock against Bristol Rovers.