Performer of Southampton in recent years is quite spluttering. Along with the fatigue of a series of pillars, it is not easy for teachers and coach Ralph Hasenhuttl to easily get points against the home team Liverpool, who are playing very well in the 13th round of the English Premier League this weekend.
Liverpool enter the match against Southampton this Saturday with a certain confidence. In the last 5/6 rounds, coach Jurgen Klopp’s teachers and students were unbeaten. The previous round The Kop has just won all 3 points at home against a very annoying opponent, Arsenal. Moreover, this match they also have a fulcrum at home.
At Anfield, Liverpool are not an easy opponent to beat. The proof is unbeaten in the last 8 home matches and won 3. Their last win was against rivals Arsenal. With a player rich in speed and capable of creating big mutations at the top like Mohamed Salah, the Merseyside team can completely deploy an all-out attack. Mohamed Salah himself is also in very high form when he has 11 wins in the Premier League this season.
Southampton are showing a rather erratic form. They often draw a lot and won’t be able to win more. The proof is that The Saints only won 2 victories, but also drew 2 of the previous 5 appearances in all competitions. Notably, both of their victories were against unappreciated teams (Watford and Aston Villa).
Away is also a disadvantage for teachers and coach Ralph Hasenhuttl, Southampton has only won 1 match in 7 previous away matches. The last time as a guest on the field of Liverpool, The Saints were defeated by this opponent with a score of 2-0. In addition to the problem of form, the fitness of the St Mary’s home team players is also quite worrying. Quite a few of Southampton’s mainstays have only just returned to the club after recovering from injury. Not to mention this match, the away team is also under pressure to get points to widen the gap with the group holding the red light on the table.