Southampton have seemingly become the club that, no matter who they sell, always find a way to replace players and managers with undiscovered stars.
Liverpool vs Southampton
Liverpool welcome Southampton to Anfield on Saturday in a vital clash for both Jurgen Klopp and Mauricio Pellegrino.
Manchester City remain the only unbeaten team this Premier League campaign and questions have been asked in recent weeks as to whether Pep Guardiola’s team can go the whole season without defeat and mimic the incredible achievement of Arsene Wenger’s invincibles of the 2003-04 season. 90MAAT takes a closer look at Pep’s next five fixtures and whether there is potential for any side to wipe-out their current ‘0’ losses in the Premier League table.
Saturday 3rd November. St. Mary’s Stadium. Yet another home game for the Saints, and yet another lacklustre showing by the players.
Southampton vs Burnley
Date: Saturday 4th November
Venue: St Mary’s
Burnley travel to St Mary’s on Saturday, with the contest between Sean Dyche and Mauricio Pellegrino’s sides expected to be a closely contested affair between two relatively in-form Premier League teams.
There will be a profound sigh of relief around Southampton this week as Sofiane Boufal’s late wonder-goal took Tony Pulis’ side to now having just two wins in 18 matches, as their encounter versus West Bromwich Albion finished 1-0 in favour of Mauricio Pelligrino’s side.
Southampton vs West Bromwich Albion
TV: BT Sport 1
Southampton will take on West Bromwich Albion on Saturday in the tea time game at St Marys in a fixture which both sides will be desperate to win to alleviate their recent shaky form.