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Action from the bottom half of the Premier League is heading your way for the game week 25, with Southampton and Sunderland going head to head. The match will be played in the Stadium of Light on Saturday.
The Black Cats just sent out a strong message to the rest of the clubs, that they're not a side to be taken lightly. Despite being at the bottom of the table, they still have a lot of fight left in them. Last weekend, they defeated Crystal Palace at home by an impressive 4-0 score. Adnan Januzaj's two assists for Jermain Defoe proved to be a match turning point. With their play-makers slowly stepping up to the task, they still have what it takes to turn their form around.
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As for the Saints, they have been struggling a lot, a lot more than Sunderland. They have lost six of their last seven matches in the Premier League recently. Their last defeat came against West Ham United by 3-1, prior to which, they had lost to Swansea City by 2-1. Moreover, they have lost their last three away matches, which has taken them to the 13th place.
Another defeat here will push them further down in the table, and given Sunderland's form, that is a possibility. Expect this game to end in a draw or a win for the hosts.
Sunderland face a tough challenge in the form on Southampton on Saturday 7 Novemeber 2015 at 15:00 hours BST. This game is scheduled to take place at the Stadium of Light.
Sunderland has had one of the leakiest defences in the league this season. They were smashed for six last weekend and this weekend will face a Saints team that is firing on all cylinders. Under the new manager, the team will take a while to settle, but after last week’s drubbing, we can expect them to park the bus and play for the draw. One point is better than none.
Graziano Pelle has been in sparkling form. Expecting him to smash in a few. Sadio Mane will be raring to go in this game as well. They managed to hold onto a clean sheet in the previous league match and will be looking to put in a a similar defensive display. Dusan Tadic has been inconsistent and fans will hope that he somehow sorts his feet out and chips in with a couple of goals or assists.
It is difficult to see any other result than a win for the away side. They have better quality players and are currently in better form.
Sunderland will host Southampton in the game week 35 of Barclays Premier League on Saturday, May 2nd. The match will be played in Stadium of Light and will kick off at 15:00 hrs BST.
Sunderland are coming in this completely disheartened, owing to their last weekend’s fixture which pushed them in the relegation zone. They visited Stoke City and drew with 1-1, prior to which they had incurred a couple of heavy defeats at the hands of Aston Villa and Crystal Palace with 4-0 and 4-1 respectively. Their sole win in the recent weeks came against Newcastle United with 1-0.
Southampton on the other hand are now going through a rocky road. With alternate wins and defeats, they are now placed at seventh position in the table. Their last weekend’s fixture was against Tottenham Hotspur which ended in a 2-2 draw. In addition to this, they have been routed by Stoke City and Everton with 2-1 and 1-0 respectively. However, with the score of 2-0, they have won against Burnley and Hull City, and also held league leaders Chelsea to a 1-1 draw.
For this fixture, Southampton are clearly the stronger ones. They have the momentum and can should be able to see themselves through to a comfortable win here.
Both Sunderland and Southampton will look to keep their recent good run of results going when they square off this weekend in the Premier League. Watch Sunderland vs Southampton live on your computer by joining Free-football.tv today.
Sunderland have won their last three games in all competitions and hammered Fulham 4-1 at Craven Cottage last weekend. Adam Johnson was a key figure for the Wearsiders, scoring a hat trick. South Korean star Ki was also impressive, scoring once and also assisting one of Johnson’s goals.
Johnson’s hat trick helped Sunderland become the 10th club to score 7,000 goals in English football and revives his hopes for an England call up for the 2014 Soccer World Cup in Brazil, with Arsenal winger Theo Walcott sidelined through injury.
Southampton edged West Bromwich Albion 1-0 last weekend with the only goal coming from the boot of skipper Adam Lallana. Saints have struggled to win in recent times, having taken all three points only twice from their last 10 league games- against Albion and previously against struggling Cardiff last month.
Will Sunderland make it four wins in a row this weekend? Watch Sunderland vs Southampton online streaming with Free-football.tv and find out.
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