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EPL: Wolves vs Saints

Wolves vs Southampton 

The confrontation is worth the wait in the 9th round of the Premier League season 2020-2021. Right now both teams are in very good form and even entered the championship race. Touching each other in a situation of thirst, wait and see if Wolves will return to winning streak after the last defeat to Leicester. Or Southampton will continue their sublimation to dream of the top of the chart.

Wolves team - Premier League

Before the Premier League took a 2-week break to give up the schedule for the national team. Wolves players had to receive pain when hugging Leicester's defeat on the field. The match they only lost with Jamie Vardy only goal. In fact, "Wolves" are not inferior to the opponent when holding the ball 50% and also launching 7 shots compared to 10 on the opponent side. Coming back after 2 weeks of absence, Wolves will continue to face a big challenge called Southampton. The team is considered the dark horse and has created the most surprises up to now. Of course, Wolves have no reason to be bored with this opponent, because "Wolves" themselves are not in bad shape. It is important to know that, before losing to Leicester, Wolves have a series of 4 unbeaten rounds and won 3 of them. Now with 13 points after 8 rounds, Wolves are ranked 9th in the standings.

Southampton team - Premier League

Goals of Che Adams and Stuart Armstrong helped Southampton easily beat Newcastle 2-0 in the previous round. It can be said that this is one of the periods where Southampton played the most sublimation in its Premier League history. After 8 rounds, they won 5, drew 1 and lost 2. The results helped teachers and coaches Ralph Hasenhüttl have 16 points and ranked 4th in the standings. They are even only 2 points behind the first place and Southampton is continuing to look forward to bigger surprises. It is entirely possible, when the visitors' performance is too stable at the moment. In the last 6 rounds, they were completely unbeaten when they drew 1 and won to 5. Owning an attack that has scored 13 goals in just the last 5 rounds, it is clear that Southampton is showing a very convincing game.