Premier League Southampton beat third-tier Shrewsbury Town 2-0 in their FA Cup third round tie on Tuesday thanks to goals from Dan N'Lundulu and James Ward-Prowse.

The victory means Saints will face Arsenal at home in the fourth round on Saturday.

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N'Lundulu, making his debut for the club, opened the scoring in the sixth minute after the Shrewsbury defence failed to deal with a high ball into the box.

Ward-Prowse wrapped up the win for a Southampton side, that had made a number of changes, with a free kick.

The match was originally scheduled for January 9 but was called off after a coronavirus outbreak at the League One club and manager Steve Cotterill is still in hospital after testing positive.

The FA Cup fourth-round clash with Arsenal is scheduled to take place at St Mary's on January 23.

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