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 By PA Sport

Andre Marriner assigned to referee Man Utd-Southampton EFL Cup final

Andre Marriner will oversee the EFL Cup final at the end of the month.

Andre Marriner will referee the EFL Cup final between Manchester United and Southampton on Feb. 26.

The EFL announced the appointment of the 46-year-old on Monday. He will be assisted by Richard West and Stuart Burt, with Kevin Friend as fourth official.

Marriner has been a Premier League official since 2004 and on FIFA's panel since 2009.

He refereed the 2013 FA Cup final, when Wigan beat Manchester City.

Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk out for 'two or three months'

Claude Puel refuses to blame Southampton's loss to Arsenal on the ten changes from their EFL Cup fixture.
Virgil van Dijk
Virgil van Dijk has been linked with Manchester City this season.

Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk faces up to three months on the sidelines and will miss the EFL Cup final against Manchester United.

The Dutch centre-half suffered an ankle injury against Leicester on Jan. 22 and manager Claude Puel revealed on Thursday that he is certain to be out of the Wembley cup clash against Jose Mourinho's United on Feb. 26.

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Manchester United's Paul Pogba 'very average' vs. Hull - Phil Neville

The FC crew discuss whether or not winning the EFL Cup will be enough for Manchester United to call this season successful.

Former Manchester United defender Phil Neville has told Sky Sports that Paul Pogba, like his teammates, was "very average" against Hull City on Thursday night.

Pogba, who signed for United from Juventus for €105 million last summer, was on target as United lost 2-1 at Hull but progressed to the EFL Cup final, where they will face Southampton, 3-2 on aggregate.

Neville, who made 210 Premier League starts for United, said: "I thought he was like the rest of the Man United players, I thought...

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Jose Mourinho bites his tongue after Man United struggle to see off Hull

The FC crew discuss whether or not winning the EFL Cup will be enough for Manchester United to call this season successful.

Jose Mourinho could barely stifle his anger after Manchester United staggered into the EFL Cup final despite a 2-1 semifinal second-leg defeat at Hull.

United led 2-0 from the first leg at Old Trafford 16 days ago, but though Paul Pogba cancelled out Tom Huddlestone's first-half penalty, Oumar Niasse's first goal for Hull halted the visitors' 17-game unbeaten run.

It was unclear with what Mourinho was more annoyed -- United's inept display or referee Jon Moss' decision to award Hull a controversial...

Jose Mourinho: Man United 'didn't lose' to Hull City as 'I only saw two goals'

The FC crew discuss whether or not winning the EFL Cup will be enough for Manchester United to call this season successful.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho said his side "didn't lose" despite being beaten 2-1 by Hull City at the KCOM in the EFL Cup semifinals.

United lost on the night, but went through 3-2 on aggregate thanks to their 2-0 win in the first leg at Old Trafford, and they will meet Southampton at Wembley on Sunday, Feb. 26.

The first of Hull's goals, giving them a 1-0 lead in the second leg, came from a controversial penalty when Harry Maguire went down following a challenge from Marcos Rojo, allowing...