EPL: SaintsFC vs Man City




The next opponent in this round of Manchester City is a name that is not too uncomfortable like Southampton. Moreover, even though they have to play away, but with a destructive form at the moment, coach Pep Guardiola’s teachers and students will continue to extend their happy days in the English Premier League after their trip to St Mary’s in the coming year. this weekend.

Nearly a month ago, Southampton’s performance was very disappointing. The recent 1-3 loss in Wolves’ trip is the 3rd winless match after the last 4 matches of the home team at St Mary’s on all fronts. Worth mentioning, The Saints all conceded in those 4 matches. On the Premier League table at this time, the home team has also dropped to 12th place, 12 points behind the group attending the European Cup.

St Mary’s home ground is not only not a fulcrum for teachers and coach Ralph Hasenhuttl, but it is also bringing bad luck to them. Specifically, Southampton have not won the last 4/5 matches at their home. Including 2 extremely confusing draws against Leicester City and Brighton Hove Albion even though The Saints took the lead right in the first half.

Manchester City have no rivals in the Premier League. After overcoming Arsenal at the Emirates, the Blue Man continued to beat Chelsea with a score of 1-0. That victory helped teachers and coaches Pep Guardiola officially continue the winning streak in all competitions to 8. But The Citizens can still raise that number to 9 when they only march to their yard. a Southampton is much underrated.

At this time, the Green Man is a loner in the Premier League. Indeed, not only do they know how to bully small teams, they are also kings in great battles. In turn, the 3 teams in the Big Six group, Arsenal, Chelsea, and Manchester United, have all been defeated. Moreover, today, teachers and coaches Pep Guardiola also have a fulcrum at Etihad, where they won the last 3/4 matches.

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