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Pame stoixima Premier League review: Swansea v Southampton

Swansea v Southampton

 

H2H Comparison: 3-3-4
Last year: Swansea 0 – 1 Southampton

Swansea: The Welsh suffered their first defeat in the league by losing to Chelsea 2-4 away. They took the lead 11 minutes in from Terry’s own goal in an attempt to cut a cross from Neil Taylor. They were pressed quite a lot after 25th minute and eventually suffered the equalizer in the final phase of the first part (45’), while after the interval they completely lost control of the game, conceding three more goals (56', 67', 81'), with Shelvey simply reducing the difference four minutes before the final whistle.

The Swans had shown particularly good attitude and ease in scoring so far, with this year’s start being very good. Before the first defeat they counted three consecutive wins in the PL (Manchester United, Burnley, and West Bromwich) and another one in League Cup (Rotherham), two victories at home so far to Burnley and West Bromwich, without conceding a goal (1-0, 3-0 respectively). Unavailable: central defender Jordi Amat (4 app.) and central midfielder Britton.

Home: 2-0-0
Goals: 4-0
Last 5: 4-0-1

Southampton: The Saints dominated absolutely in the match against Newcastle, where they took the lead nine minutes in with a header from Pellè, while the Italian made
​​it 2-0 in the 16th minute after a good 1-2 with Tadić. In 54th minute Cork exploited a mistake in Newcastle’s defense and achieved a third with individual effort. Schneiderlin in injury time formed the final 4-0. That was the second consecutive victory for them, showing again their offensive virtues, with Ronald Koeman maintaining the philosophy of the group from last year, even if he is using a completely different offensive trio. It was a third straight victory, counting one in the League Cup (2-0 to Millwall). In form the newly acquired Pellè, who scored four goals in their last 3 official (along with the League Cup). In the last 4 official has conceded just one goal. They are undefeated from Southampton in their last 5 encounters (2-3-0). In the last four of them, there were fewer than 2.5 goals. Unavailable: attacking midfielder Isgrove (1 app.) and attackers Jay Rodriguez, Sam Gallagher.

Away: 1-0-1
Goals: 4-3
Last 5: 3-1-1

Pame Stoixima Prediction: Very good picture from both groups so far, with Swansea returning to high competition levels and Southampton at the same good level as last year. We expect an open game with many goals, with over 2.5 goals available at 2.00 (Mybet) and both teams to score at 1.65 (Mybet).

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