Southampton vs Liverpool – Premier League : Complicated visit for Liverpool to Southampton’s stadium on this Premier League’s 27th round.
When Liverpool defeated Manchester City and broke the invincibility of Guardiola’s team, it looked like Klopp’s team would finally live up to the expectations.
Maybe it wasn’t enough for the title but some much needed consistency to string together a good campaign.
But it seems that Liverpool used everything they had on that match against City. The team lost against Swansea and was eliminated from the FA Cup by West Bromwich.
On the last 2 rounds, the team has beaten Huddersfield and has tied with Tottenham. That streak of results left the team 3rd place with 51 points conquered.
Latest results – Southampton:
03.02.2018 PR West Bromwich 2-3 Southampton
31.01.2018 PR Southampton 1-1 Brighton
27.01.2018 Cup Southampton 1-0 Watford FC
21.01.2018 PR Southampton 1-1 Tottenham
13.01.2018 PR Watford FC 2-2 Southampton
06.01.2018 Cup Fulham FC 0-1 Southampton
Latest results – Liverpool FC:
04.02.2018 PR Liverpool FC 2-2 Tottenham
30.01.2018 PR Huddersfield 0-3 Liverpool FC
27.01.2018 Cup Liverpool FC 2-3 West Bromwich
22.01.2018 PR Swansea City 1-0 Liverpool FC
14.01.2018 PR Liverpool FC 4-3 Manchester City
05.01.2018 Cup Liverpool FC 2-1 Everton FC
Who would have thought? This has been Southampton’s tonic in the Premier League.
But on the past couple of seasons, the team was characterized by the fights for the Continental spots, this season, they are fighting to avoid relegation.
Southampton occupies the 15th place with 26 points conquered. They only have a 2-points advantage over the first team inside the Premier League’s relegation zone.
The positive aspect is that the team is coming off a victory over West Bromwich away from home and they are unbeaten for 4 matches on this competition.
Southampton vs Liverpool – Betting Tip and Prediction:
I believe that Southampton will score here. Liverpool has an excellent attack but defensively they present a lot of problems, and that has gotten in the way of Klopp’s demand for consistency.
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