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Two away trips and four points in the bank. Something that equates to quite the week for Southampton and after getting the better of Tottenham and holding Manchester United to a draw, they will now prepare for the visit of Everton.
A visit that will see Frank Lampard look to earn his first Premier League points away from Goodison Park and although they got the better of Leeds last Saturday, they are by no means out of the relegation woods either.
Looking at the biggest betting sites before the weekend, there are a number of tempting options in terms of where this Premier League tip will go and although Southampton have been in good form as of late, I have a feeling Everton will get something from this.
Whether Frank Lampard’s Everton have enough in their locker to earn a win on Saturday, is something that remains to be seen and although three points may be too big of an ask, a share of the points is certainly not.
Which is why I am backing Everton in the double chance market and at odds of 43/50 with Sportnation on offer, it is a tempting enough price = one where you can overlook the woes that are currently unfolding on Merseyside.
Before the events of the past week, it would be fair to say that Southampton were a team that was difficult to beat and lacked a genuine cutting edge when it mattered - something that could be backed up by 10 previous Premier League draws this season.
However, that stance is one that has likely shifted during the past seven days, as after earning a deserved win away at Tottenham and sharing the points with Manchester United at Old Trafford, the Saints are suddenly marching up the table.
Couple this with their progress into the F.A.Cup Fifth Round and it is seemingly a good time to be a Southampton fan and with the club currently sitting in the top-half of the Premier League table, they will hope to still be there at the end of the season.
Admittedly the battle to finish 10th in May, is one that looks somewhat topsy-turvy and although two good results can fire you up the league table, two bad results can pull you straight back down.
Which means Southampton will be doing their best to keep the likes of Leicester and Aston Villa at bay and if they can finish higher than this Midlands duo, it will also mean more Premier League prize money ends up coming their way.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Everton, Will Smallbone has now regained fitness from his recent injury, but there is now more bad news for manager Ralph Hasenhuttl to worry about.
Worries that came in the shape of injuries to both Lyanco and Nathan Tella and this means the pair will join Alex McCarthy on the list of Southampton absentees for the weekend.
After the disaster, which was their showing at Newcastle, Everton at least ended the week on something of a high and after getting the better of Leeds, it meant another home win for their new manager.
A win that would have allowed the Toffees to breathe a temporary sigh of relief, as they not only earned maximum points for themselves, but also seemingly dragged Leeds right into the relegation mix.
Then again that relief was likely turned to agony just 24 hours later and with Newcastle pulling off an unlikely win against Aston Villa, it means Frank Lampard’s men are still very much in the relegation crosshairs.
Not to mention the fact that Everton cannot rely on solid home form alone and although that will go some way to easing their plight near the bottom of the table, they must also start earning points on the road as well.
Which is why Saturday’s trip to Southampton is one that takes on additional importance and if they fail to build on a somewhat impressive win over Leeds last weekend, it will be back to square one for the Merseyside men.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Southampton, Fabien Delph is once again out injured and this time he is joined in the physio room by the defensive pair of Yerry Mina and Vitaliy Mykolenko.
When it comes to the history of these two teams, both Southampton and Everton are considered mainstays of the Premier League and especially in terms of the latter, as they have never suffered a relegation out of the competition.
In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Southampton have won on 32 occasions, Everton 51 and there have been 23 draws
After moving on from The Dell, it is now St Mary’s that plays home to Southampton and with it being constructed around the turn of the millennium, it is one of the more identikit structures that are seen within English football these days.
With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in England, it means there is no longer the need to show a Vaccine Passport before attending the ground. Which means, match tickets are the only item that is required to be produced at the time of writing.
Although Southampton will have to make do with a mid-table finish at the end of the season, they are certainly not coasting towards the end of the campaign and after lacking edge in the past, they are now starting to look a lot sharper.
Something that Everton could obviously do without, as they prepare for a trip to St Mary’s on Saturday and although their struggles have been clear for all to see, they will at least be buoyed by their recent 3-0 win over Leeds.
Looking at the Premier League odds in terms of relegation, Everton currently find themselves priced at 8/1 to suffer a first ever demotion from the competition and although there are clearly worse teams in the division, the Toffees are far from safe just yet.