1. A. McCarthy

3. R. Bertrand

5. J. Stephens

2. K. Walker-Peters

35. J. Bednarek

8. J. Ward-Prowse

6. Oriol Romeu

12. M. Djenepo

17. S. Armstrong

10. C. Adams

9. D. Ings

44. F. Forster

29. J. Vokins

4. J. Vestergaard

20. W. Smallbone

23. N. Tella

7. S. Long

14. M. Obafemi

A loss to Everton in the opening round of the Premier League, followed by a mere 2-1 win over Lokomotiv Plovdiv in the Europa League qualifiers, is certainly not the start that Jose Mourinho’s Spurs will have envisaged.

However, the London outfit will have a chance to improve their situation when they take on an out-of-form Saints side. Ralph Hasenhuttl’s men that started the season with a 1-0 loss to Crystal Palace before exiting the cup at the hands of Championship outfit Brentford.

Spurs are the favourites this weekend according to the bookies with Mourinho’s men priced at 13/10. Southampton, meanwhile, are currently available at 21/10.

This fixture has produced some very close encounters over the last few years and there’s little to suggest why this shouldn’t be the case this time too.

Tottenham to win by a margin of one goal is currently well priced with PaddyPower at 16/5. Spurs have won two of their last four games with Southampton and both of them have seen this bet land.

Another bet which certainly offers good value comes form the correct score market. Tottenham are priced at 8/1 by Betfair to win Sunday’s game 2-1.

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This is a very close match-up.In 10,000 simulations Tottenham Hotspur won 36.0%, Southampton won 34.0% and there was a 30.0% chance of a draw. Overall, the average simulation score is Tottenham Hotspur 1.2 to Southampton 1.1. In simulation wins, Tottenham Hotspur averages 9.8 shots and 4.1 shots on goal. They average 2.0 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.5 in simulation losses. When Southampton wins they average 12.1 shots and 5.3 shots on goal. They average 2.0 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.4 in simulation losses.

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1. A. McCarthy

3. R. Bertrand

5. J. Stephens

2. K. Walker-Peters

35. J. Bednarek

8. J. Ward-Prowse

6. Oriol Romeu

12. M. Djenepo

17. S. Armstrong

10. C. Adams

9. D. Ings

44. F. Forster

29. J. Vokins

4. J. Vestergaard

20. W. Smallbone

23. N. Tella

7. S. Long

14. M. Obafemi

1. H. Lloris

33. B. Davies

2. M. Doherty

6. D. Sánchez

15. E. Dier

8. H. Winks

28. T. Ndombèlé

5. P. Højbjerg

27. Lucas Moura

10. H. Kane

7. Son Heung-Min

12. J. Hart

4. T. Alderweireld

24. S. Aurier

11. E. Lamela

18. G. Lo Celso

17. M. Sissoko

23. S. Bergwijn

1. H. Lloris

33. B. Davies

2. M. Doherty

6. D. Sánchez

15. E. Dier

8. H. Winks

28. T. Ndombèlé

5. P. Højbjerg

27. Lucas Moura

10. H. Kane

7. Son Heung-Min

12. J. Hart

4. T. Alderweireld

24. S. Aurier

11. E. Lamela

18. G. Lo Celso

17. M. Sissoko

23. S. Bergwijn

Source: https://livescore.football365.com/england-premier-league-southampton-vs-tottenham/20-09-2020/1287902#new_tab

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