Southampton v Swansea Preview | Team News, Key Men & Stats

Southampton v Swansea Preview | Team News, Key Men & Stats

Southampton host Swansea on Sunday, the 1st of February in the last kick-off for the match day 23. Both the teams come into the game having experienced contrasting fortunes. Southampton have shrugged aside the tag of half season wonders for now with 4 wins in the last 5, which included impressive performances against Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea. Swansea, on the other hand have struggled, winning just 1 in the last 5. The dismal performance against Chelsea at home which …
Newcastle United vs Southampton Preview | Team News, Facts and Key Men

Newcastle United vs Southampton Preview | Team News, Facts and Key Men

These two sides head into this game with a huge 12 point gap between them as Southampton continue their charge towards Europe whilst Newcastle struggle to maintain a top half position. The Magpies have had a rough ride this season with injuries totalling into double figures for much of the season. Southampton meanwhile have seen themselves emerge from their tough December/January fixture list in third position which surely means, barring catastrophic circumstances, that a European spot is on the cards. …
Top 5 Underrated Players of the 2014-15 Season So Far

Top 5 Underrated Players of the 2014-15 Season So Far

Premier League as we all know is the most watched league in the world and deservedly so for all the drama and excitement it provides coupled with unmatched competitiveness at both ends of the table and of course the plethora of quality on show - week in week out. In this era of social media and football blogs where each and every moment on the pitch and off it is scrutinized and written/talked about, there are a few aspects about …
Chelsea 3 Southampton 1 | Post Match Tactical Analysis

Chelsea 3 Southampton 1 | Post Match Tactical Analysis

They say attack is the best form of defence. Southampton certainly proved that old adage right, scoring a goal inside 16 seconds, partly through a defensive lapse in concentration from Michael Essien, and to a lesser extent, Petr Cech, but through Rodriguez’s rapid pressing from the off, a feature of Southampton’s game since the arrival of Pochettino, and this plan paid dividends immediately, Southampton’s all action pressure was rewarded, albeit with the help of a defensive lapse through Michael Essien. …
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