EPL: SaintsFC vs WWFC


In the framework of the 23rd round of the English Premier League, there are many interesting matches taking pla
ce and one of those attractive matches is the duel between Southampton and Wolverhampton Wanderers. Wolverhampton are showing a shaky position after the last unsuccessful matches while Southampton are showing their remarkable progress. This will be a game worth watching and the only result when the final whistle of the referee sounds.

Ever been in 5th place for a long time but now Wolverhampton has fallen to two places in 7th place after having only 1 after the last 3 rounds. It was a performance that did not match Wolverhampton's usual face when he was disappointed by the last opponent Watford and the last draw was not very satisfactory with Newcastle United. Now Wolverhampton can no longer maintain a comfortable mentality when the gap with the top 4 has been 8 points while the gap of Wolves with the next team is also very fragile. Having to play away from home in this match, Wolverhampton needs to regain the spirit of play because this opponent will cause many difficulties that is Southampton.

Southampton fans have escaped the Club's dark days when there were many times when Southampton had to stand in the red light group. However, at this time with a series of 5 consecutive unbeaten games including 4 victories and only 1 match, the distance between Southampton and Wolves is only the score of a victory. The previous round against Southampton defeated Leicester City right away with a score of 2-1 when they had defeated both Chelsea and Tottenham before the opponent was still higher than Wolverhampton but the hosts. Get ready to get the next three points to continue your uprising series.

Under his direction, Ralph Hasenhuttl does not emphasize the good play of the students but instead is the simplicity of each ball and the leading collective play that shows a Southampton playing. jubilantly come like. Southampton are relying on Danny Ings when the English striker has made 14 goals so far. In their 4-4-2 formation, Southampton players always try to minimize mistakes to be able to set the best premise for Danny Ings to shine. The middle row is being led by J.  




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