Southampton v Wolves live stream, Amazon Prime, Sunday 14 February, 12pm GMT
Wolves will be looking to avenge Thursday’s FA Cup defeat by Southampton when the two teams meet again this weekend.
Goals from Danny Ings and the returning Stuart Armstrong fired Saints into the quarter-finals, where they will face Bournemouth. That victory will have come as a relief to Ralph Hasenhuttl following a poor run of form, of which the 9-0 shellacking by Manchester United was only one part. Indeed, Southampton have slipped down the Premier League table in recent weeks, and could fall to 14th if results go against them this weekend.
Wolves have also been going through a sticky spell of late. A win against Arsenal and a draw with Leicester suggested Nuno Espirito Santo’s side were beginning to turn the corner, so Thursday’s loss comes as a blow in that context. The Premier League is the bread and butter of Wolves’ season, though, and all will be forgiven if they secure a rare away win on Sunday. Their last league victory on the road came at the Emirates Stadium back in November.
Southampton’s injury crisis is easing, but Hasenhuttl will still not be able to make use of Theo Walcott or Michael Obafemi for this one.
Will Smallbone faces a few months on the sidelines after suffering a serious knee injury, while Ibrahima Diallo is a doubt with a muscular problem. Alexandre Jankewitz is suspended following his sending-off in the 9-0 defeat.
Daniel Podence faces another month on the sidelines, while Fernando Marcal could be out for a similar period of time. Willy Boly will miss out with a thigh injury, and Raul Jimenez is still working his way back from a fractured skull. Nuno described the results of a recent consultation as “amazing”, but it is still not clear if the Mexico international will play again this season.
Kick-off is at 12pm GMT and the game is being shown on Amazon Prime in the UK. See below for watching details where you are.
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