Tuesday action at St. Mary’s Stadium – kick-off – 9:15pm GMT.
St. Mary’s Stadium sees Tuesday action as Soton take on Palace – 9:15pm GMT.
Tuesday’s clash at St. Mary’s Stadium- sees thirteenth placed Palace, travel to sixteenth-placed Soton in the Premier League.
It’s 37 points so far for Southampton this season, going into this meeting
Ralph Hasenhuttl will know at the end of this next match, whether Soton’s season is back on track, having lost their last fixture and drawn against Leicester City before that.
Ralph Hasenhuttl’s Soton have lost 13 of their last 17 games this season. With 37 points, they currently sit sixteenth in the League having won 10 fixtures, drawn six games, and lost 15 meetings.
Soton have won six matches, drawn three fixtures, and lost seven games of their 16 League matches at home this season.
Southampton will have 40 points if they manage to secure a victory.
Soton are no strangers this Season to illness and injury and Ralph Hasenhuttl is concerned that Tuesday’s fixture could see him without four of his key players.
Crystal Palace’s Premier League season, has so far seen them gain 41 points, going into this game
It was three points secured for Palace in their last fixture, beating Sheffield United 0-2 at Bramall Lane.
Palace need to get out of the losing habit, with three recorded in the last four matches. With 41 points, they currently sit thirteenth in the League having won 10 matches, drawn eight games, and lost 13 fixtures.
Palace’s away record is remarkable and poses a significant threat to Soton. In the 17 games they’ve played on the road this season, they have so far won six games, drawn three fixtures, and lost eight meetings.
A win in this fixture would take Crystal Palace’s points to 44 in the League.
Palace are no strangers this Season to illness and injury and Roy Hodgson is concerned that Tuesday’s fixture could see him without five of his key players
Southampton v Crystal Palace Head-to-Head.
Previous encounters between these two teams have tended to favour the local team when it comes to wins. Soton have recorded 16 wins and nine draws. Additionally, the two sides have drawn in five of their last seven matches encounters.
For Soton, Danny Ings contributed with
nine goals in 34 League fixtures this campaign, while Wilfried Zaha has netted
nine goals in 34 League games this season for Palace.
Other players of note for Soton are James Ward-Prowse and Che Adams with seven goals and seven goals respectively and for Palace are Christian Benteke and Eberechi Eze with six goals and three goals respectively.