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          Southampton vs Tottenham Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Two teams in need of wins at both ends of the table meet on Saturday, as Tottenham travel to St Mary’s to take on Southampton.

          The hosts will be searching for a big result as the race for survival gets tighter at the bottom of the Premier League. Just five points separate rock-bottom Southampton with 12th-placed Crystal Palace – with all those teams in between in with a chance of falling out of the top tier. The Saints are at the foot on 22 points, with just two points the difference to West Ham, who sit in 17th in safety. A win for the South Coast outfit could be enough to see them rise up the table and out of the bottom three, depending on other results.

          Ruben Selles has had fairly mixed start since taking charge of Southampton following Nathan Jones’ sacking last month. Selles got off to the perfect start with a surprise away win at Chelsea, before a disappointing defeat away to fellow relegation contenders, Leeds.

          The Saints then exited the FA Cup with a shock defeat to struggling League Two outfit Grimsby, before responding with two positive results in the league. Southampton beat Leicester at home two weeks ago, before a good performance at Old Trafford last weekend. Southampton could only manage a draw though against a 10-man Manchester United, before being defeated in midweek. Brentford were the visitors to St Mary’s on Wednesday and the in-form Bees came away with all three points thanks to goals from Ivan Toney and Yoane Wissa in a 2-0 win.

          Tottenham also need to keep winning games in order to keep their noses in front in the race for the top four. Spurs go into the weekend in fourth, but the gap to fifth-place Newcastle could be shortened to just one point if the Magpies can beat Nottingham Forest in Friday’s night-time fixture.

          The North Londoners are two points behind Man United in third but have played a game more than the Red Devils. Liverpool and Brighton are also not too far behind the top four in sixth and seventh place.

          A Harry Kane brace and a Heung-min Son strike saw Spurs pick up a 3-1 win over Nottingham Forest in their last outing last weekend. The win put an end to a disappointing run for Spurs which came with scrutiny for Antonio Conte and pressure on the Italian’s future.

          Spurs had been dumped out of the FA Cup by Championship outfit Sheffield United, beaten in the Premier League by a struggling Wolves side, then were knocked out of the Champions League following a dismal performance in the 0-0 home leg against AC Milan, with the Italians 1-0 up from the first leg. The win against Forest will come as a sigh of relief for Conte’s side, who will be hoping it can be the start of a run that will see them push on and solidify a place in the top four.

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          Southampton Team News

          There aren’t too many new injury concerns for Ruben Selles to think about following on from Wednesday’s defeat. Ainsley Maitland-Niles missed that Brentford game with a knock that kept him out of the trip to Old Trafford last weekend. Selles will have to assess the Arsenal loanee ahead of Saturday and check if he is fit for the weekend’s game.

          Kyle Walker-Peters was magnificent against Man United last week but is a doubt to face Spurs on Saturday. The right-back was forced off with a knock to the hamstring against Brentford. If the former Spurs defender isn’t fit, January signing James Bree will likely come in at right-back to replace him.

          Juan Larios (hamstring strain) and Valentino Livramento (knee) remain long-term absentees for the Saints.

          Tottenham Team News

          Rodrigo Bentancur remains out for the rest of the season after rupturing his ACL, whilst Yves Bissouma will also still be out of action for a few more weeks following surgery on an ankle injury. Hugo Lloris is also still sidelined with a knee injury, so Fraser Forster will keep his spot in goal. Ryan Sessegnon missed the win over Forest with a thigh injury that will likely keep him out until around April time.

          Emerson Royal could return to the squad, after he missed the Forest game through injury. The wing-back has returned to training since, which gives Antonio Conte the dilemma of choosing between the Brazilian and new signing Pedro Porro – who had arguably his best game for Spurs against Forest – at right-wing-back on Saturday.