Friday, 17 January 2014

Sunderland V Southampton live Stream Premier League- Preview 18th Jan 2014

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Southampton forward Pablo Osvaldo remains unavailable as he completes a three-match ban.
Calum Chambers should recover in time from illness, but Victor Wanyama is not ready to return from injury.
Both of these clubs have been in the news in the last seven days, but for different reasons.
 Sunderland made headlines on the pitch with their emphatic win at Fulham, a result which lifted them off the bottom of the table. Meanwhile, despite a return to winning ways, all the headlines at Southampton have been centred on events off the pitch following the departure of chairman Nicola Cortese.
This match falls a year to the day since Cortese raised a few eyebrows by appointing Mauricio Pochettino as manager. There's no doubting the strides the team and the club have since made.
The close relationship the manager enjoyed with the Italian was clear and the speculation about his future was understandable. Pochettino said this week that he will be in charge at least until the end of the season, but admitted the events that have unfolded have been a distraction.
Only this match and those in the coming weeks will show the level of that distraction. The much-needed stability that any football club thrives on has been taken away.
Their victory last time out against West Brom came after a run of just five points from 27, and at a time of reports of uncertainty behind the scenes.
Sunderland are all too aware of the need for solidity. Gus Poyet is their sixth boss in five years.
They have won their last three games in three different competitions and have only lost one of their last six in the Premier League. If they can record back-to-back league wins for the first time this season, confidence and belief will rise further.
The four goals at Fulham were a welcome boost but what is even more encouraging is the way they have tightened up at the back. They've kept five clean sheets in their last 11 matches and will need to avoid conceding soft goals to give them a chance of survival.
Sunderland's home matches will go a long way to determining their fate. You sense victory for either South American boss on Saturday would be sweet for very different reasons.

Sunderland beat Southampton in the League Cup at the Stadium of Light earlier this season.
The Black Cats' last home league win against the Saints was in December 1999 - a 2-0 victory courtesy of two Kevin Phillips goals.
Both of Southampton's league and cup goals against Sunderland this season were scored in the 88th minute.

The Wearsiders have won their last three matches, all in different competitions.
 Despite winning all six of their home cup ties this season, Sunderland are without a league win at the Stadium of Light since beating Manchester City in November (D1, L3).
The Black Cats have conceded as many goals at the Stadium of Light as they have on their travels (17).
They have let in 10 goals inside the last 15 minutes of their league games this season - only Fulham and Cardiff City (both 14) have a worse record.
Phil Bardsley has scored in his last two home appearances against Southampton.

Saints won for only the second time in 10 Premier League matches at home to West Brom last weekend (W2, D2, L6).
Mauricio Pochettino's side have conceded 23 goals, the joint-third best record in the Premier League.
Dejan Lovren has played more minutes than any of his team-mates, completing the match in each of his 19 appearances.  

Competition: Premier League    
Sunderland V Southampton       
Date: Saturday, 18 January 2014
Kickoff: 20:10 GMT
Venue: Stadium of Light 
Live/Repeat: Live

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