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Southampton have had a wonderful start to the season and they will be looking to keep the momentum going at home when they welcome Sunderland on Saturday, October 18 with kick-off scheduled at 15:00 hours BST.
Southampton is currently in third spot in the table and the way they are playing they surely look like they are going to pick up a European spot this season. Their forward Pelle has adapted well to the Premier League and has netted a few time already. Want away creative midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin has also found good form and is holding the link up play very well. The team certainly looks as if they have gotten over their mass exodus where most of the bigger players ended up leaving the club in the summer.
Sunderland has managed to get just the one win under their belt but have been looking good so far. They lack the finishing skills as they have drawn five games so far. Their manager will be hoping for Steven Fletcher to once again lead the team from the front after he was involved in all three goals that his team scored last game week.
With the wind in the sails for the Southampton side, it seems tough that they will drop points at home. This game should be quite an easy victory for the home side.
Sunderland will make the long trip down to the South Coast when they take on Southampton this weekend in the Premier League. Join thousands of fellow fans at Free-football.tv and watch Southampton vs Sunderland live on your computer.
Sunderland dominated their game against Fulham last weekend but one poor bit of marking from a corner by Valentin Roberge, who failed to jump when Damien Duff’s corner was swung in, allowed the Cottagers to take all three points from the fixture.
The trip from the North-East to the South Coast is a long one and Sunderland are facing a side that won its opening Premier League fixture. The battle between Saints left back Luke Shaw and Sunderland’s Adam Johnson will be one of many intriguing ones on the field. However Southampton are expected to press forward more often than Fulham, which could allow the likes of Johnson and Giaccherini to have more space to operate with.
Shaw was the player who earned Southampton their match winning penalty against West Bromwich Albion on the opening day of the season, converted by in form striker Rickie Lambert.
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