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Preview | October 1

Southampton-Everton

Will Everton extend Southampton's losing run?

Southampton have a chance to end their run of two consecutive defeats when Everton arrive at St. Mary's. This match could be important for Saints to build some momentum for the rest of their season, particularly after they beat the Toffees 2-0 last time out. The larger history of this matchup sows some uncertainty for Southampton, who have only been victors in fourteen of their last forty-six Premier League matches against the Toffees.

Southampton | LLWLW | 14th | Top Scorer: C. Adams (2)

Southampton have found it difficult to pick up points of late and they now find themselves 14th in the table. This match is likely to be a low-scoring contest. Southampton average 0.9 xG (expected goals) per match, while Everton have only netted 4 times in their last 5. They'll be looking to James Ward-Prowse for inspiration in this match. With 1 assist so far this season, he leads the way for Southampton.

Everton | WDDDD | 13th | Top Scorer: A. Gordon (2)

Everton arrive with confidence and are unbeaten in their last 5 games. We can expect a cagey affair here. Everton average just 1.1 xG (expected goals) per match and Southampton have only scored 4 goals in their last 5 games. Jordan Pickford has been reliable in goal. He's recorded 20 saves and conceded only three goals over his last 5 games.

Prediction: Southampton 2-1 Everton

This one could go either way, but Southampton's firepower looks likely to be the difference between the two teams.

Did you know? Everton travelled to St. Mary's to play Southampton in 2015 and won 3-0. That remains the most goals Saints have conceded to the Toffees at home in the Premier League.

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Report | September 16

Aston Villa

1 - 0

Southampton

Jacob Ramsey 41

Villa claim all three points with strong defensive performance.

Jacob Ramsey began the scoring for Villa in the 41st minute. This lone goal proved to be the difference, as Villa took all three points from Southampton.

The Overview

  • It was an even battle for possession (53% vs 48%), but the Villans created more chances, registering 11 attempts to Saints' seven.
  • Although they got the win, the Villans were wasteful in front of goal, only getting 27% of their total shots on target.

The Details

Philippe Coutinho continually probed down the flank, getting 5 crosses into the box. The Villans won the passing battle but only just; they completed 418 passes compared to Saints' 380.

Villa bag a win. Meanwhile, It's another game, another loss for Southampton.

Top Performers

Jacob RamseyJames Ward-Prowse
1 goal scoredBlocked 2 shots (15th in the Premier League)
1 interception (2nd on their team)8 crosses (1st in the game)

Next up, Villa take on Leeds at Elland Road on Sunday, October 2nd. Meanwhile, Southampton meet Everton at St. Mary's on Saturday, October 1st. Can the Villans win again? Will Saints get out of this rough patch?

Report | September 3

Wolverhampton Wanderers

1 - 0

Southampton

Daniel Podence 45

Wolves shut out Southampton in victory.

Daniel Podence scored the match's first goal for Wolves in the 45th minute following an assist by Matheus Nunes. This lone goal proved to be the difference, as Wolves took all three points from Southampton.

The Overview

  • Wolves managed seven shots with their 51% possession, while Saints outperformed the competition with 12 attempts.
  • Although they got the win, Wolves were wasteful in front of goal, only getting 29% of their total shots on target.

The Details

Pedro Neto posed a threat out wide all game, registering 7 crosses. Wolves had a slight edge in the passing department, registering 435 completed passes compared to Saints' 410. For Southampton, Ibrahima Diallo seemed off the pace defensively, committing 4 fouls in a frustrating game.

Wolves win to end their drawing streak. Meanwhile, Southampton's mixed form continues.

Top Performers

Daniel PodenceJames Ward-Prowse
1 goal scored14 crosses (3rd in the Premier League)
Took 1 shot (1st on their team)2 corners won (28th in the Premier League)

Both squads play next on Saturday, September 10th. Wolves face a tough test against Liverpool, while Southampton meet Brentford at St. Mary's. Can this be the start of a winning streak for Wolves? Will Saints improve their form?

Report | August 30

Southampton

2 - 1

Chelsea

Roméo Lavia 28 Raheem Sterling 23
Adam Armstrong 45

Southampton see off Chelsea at St. Mary's.

Raheem Sterling scored the match's first goal for Chelsea in the 23rd minute. Southampton's Roméo Lavia then responded with an equalizer in the 28th minute. Adam Armstrong then netted a 45th minute strike to give Southampton the win.

The Overview

  • Without seeing a lot of the ball (32% possession), Saints managed to muster nine shots.
  • Despite the loss, the Blues had plenty of chances of their own, getting away ten shots in the match.
  • Saints' shooting precision paid off as they achieved an impressive 78% accuracy.

The Details

James Ward-Prowse was a frequent offender, committing 6 fouls, and he posed a threat out wide all game, registering 7 crosses. Romain Perraud racked up 5 interceptions throughout the game, constantly frustrating the Blues. For Chelsea, the offside flag was the bane of Kai Havertz, catching him behind the last man 3 times. The Blues' dominance on the ball came to no avail, completing 291 more passes than Saints yet still losing the game.

Southampton get back to winning form. Meanwhile, Chelsea's mixed form continues.

Top Performers

Adam ArmstrongRaheem Sterling
1 goal scoredDrew 4 fouls (6th in the Premier League)
1 corner won (2nd on their team)1 goal scored

Both squads play next on Saturday, September 3rd. Southampton take on Wolves at Molineux, while Chelsea face off against a West Ham side bereft of both points and confidence. Can Saints win again? Will the Blues improve their form?

Report | August 27

Southampton

0 - 1

Manchester United

Bruno Fernandes 55

Strong defensive display gives Man United the win.

Following a scoreless first half, Bruno Fernandes opened the score for Man United in the 55th minute following an assist by Diogo Dalot. This lone goal proved decisive, as Man United kept Southampton out for the rest of the game to take the three points.

The Overview

  • It was an even battle for possession (52% vs 48%), but Saints created more chances, registering 17 attempts to United's 11.
  • United's accuracy paid off well, 55% of their shots were on target.
  • In the process of picking up the three points, Scott McTominay, Fred and Diogo Dalot found their way into the referee's book.

The Details

Lisandro Martínez racked up 4 interceptions throughout the game, constantly frustrating Saints, although Scott McTominay was a frequent offender, committing 5 fouls. United had a slight edge in the passing department, registering 406 completed passes compared to Saints' 368. For Southampton, James Ward-Prowse pushed hard to create chances, but his 15 crosses weren't enough to affect the outcome.

Southampton's mixed form continues. Meanwhile, Man United take six points from their last possible six.

Top Performers

Bruno FernandesJames Ward-Prowse
Had 3 shots on target (3rd in the Premier League)15 crosses (2nd in the Premier League)
Blocked 2 shots (5th in the Premier League)5 interceptions (2nd in the Premier League)

Next up, Southampton take on Chelsea at St. Mary's on Tuesday, August 30th. While Man United meet Leicester at the King Power Stadium on Thursday, September 1st. Can Saints improve their form? Will United make it three wins in a row?

Report | August 20

Leicester City

1 - 2

Southampton

James Maddison 54 Che Adams 68, 84

Southampton take three points away from the King Power Stadium.

James Maddison netted the first goal of the match for Leicester in the 54th minute. Southampton's Che Adams then responded with a tying goal in the 68th minute. Adams then netted another strike in the 84th minute to give Southampton the win.

The Overview

  • Without seeing a lot of the ball (38% possession), Saints managed to muster nine shots.
  • The Foxes didn't generate enough chances, only mustering six total shots throughout the contest.
  • The scoreline could have been more impressive if Saints had their shooting boots on, with their shot accuracy down at 33%.

The Details

James Ward-Prowse posed a threat out wide all game, registering 8 crosses, although Mohamed Elyounoussi was a frequent offender, committing 6 fouls. For Leicester, Saints did a good job of cutting off the supply to Jamie Vardy, limiting him to only 11 touches. The Foxes moved the ball about nicely despite their loss, completing 218 more passes than their opponents.

It's another game, another loss for Leicester. Meanwhile, Southampton take the three points.

Top Performers

Che AdamsJames Maddison
2 goals scored1 goal scored
4 crosses (1st on their team)

Both squads play next on Saturday, August 27th. Leicester take on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, while Southampton face Man United in a high-stakes showdown. Can the Foxes get out of this rough patch? Will Saints win again?


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