Southampton v Wolves live stream, Sunday 26 September, 2pm BST
Southampton and Wolves will both be looking to pull clear of the Premier League relegation zone when they face off on Sunday.
Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side produced a dogged performance to deny Manchester City a victory last weekend. Saints restricted the champions to fewer chances than usual at the Etihad Stadium, and showed grit and resolve to depart with a 0-0 draw.
That was the fourth time the scores have finished level in a Southampton game this season; given that their other outing ended in a 3-1 loss to Everton on the opening weekend, Saints are still looking for their first win of 2021/22.
Scoring goals has been an issue at times in the early weeks, with Southampton still adjusting to life after Danny Ings. Adam Armstrong had an excellent record in the Championship but Hasenhuttl’s side will probably need to share the goals around this term.
Unlike their upcoming opponents Wolves have won a match this season, but they nevertheless sit below Southampton in the table. That is because their four other games have all ended in defeat, leaving Bruno Lage’s men with just three points to their name from a possible 15.
Wolves have largely performed well up to now, but profligacy in front of goal has proved their undoing. They have scored just two goals so far – the joint-lowest figure in the Premier League – despite racking up a cumulative xG of seven. That represents the biggest underachievement in the division by a long way, but it does show that Wolves are at least creating good opportunities.
Southampton will have to make do without Stuart Armstrong, Theo Walcott, Jack Stephens and Will Smallbone for Sunday’s clash.
Wolves will be unable to call upon the services of Jonny Otto, Pedro Neto, Rayan Ait Nouri and Hugo Bueno as they seek a third successive victory at St Mary’s.
Kick-off is at 2pm BST and the game is being shown live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event in the UK.
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