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Southampton

 By Chris Rann

Mane goal gets Southampton back on winning track

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Sadio Mane (83') Southampton 1-0 Crystal Palace

Something strange happened at St. Mary's on Tuesday night. I'm not overly sure what the technical term is for it, or even what the correct procedure is for when this unlikely event occurs, but at approximately 21:22 local time, a Southampton player put the ball into the back of the opposition goalkeeper's net.

It feels so long since this last happened, that when Sadio Mane reacted fasted to James Ward-Prowse's spilled shot and chipped the ball over grounded Crystal palace goalkeeper Julian Speroni;...

 By Chris Rann

Southampton must rediscover their scoring touch against West Brom

West Brom manager Tony Pulis plays down his team's good form at a news conference on Thursday ahead of his team's Premier League match against Southampton.

Southampton need to dust themselves down after Sunday's combination of frustration, travesty and injustice and find anew their scoring touch if they are to have any chance of fulfilling their dream of European football.

Perhaps, then, a trip to the Hawthorns is not the ideal follow-up fixture, but that is the card they have been dealt. It is almost hard to believe that Ronald Koeman's team ran out 8-0 winners against Sunderland earlier in the season, especially now given that they have scored just...

 By Rory Smith

Premier League referees not getting worse, contrary to popular opinion

Our experts debate whether Premier League referees need more help with crucial decisions during matches.

Ronald Koeman did not quite get the credit he deserved. Just a few minutes previously, the Southampton manager had seen his side lose to Liverpool, ceding ground in the achingly tight race for a Champions League spot. There had been a quite brilliant goal from Philippe Coutinho and a quite fortuitous one from Raheem Sterling.

There had also been three penalty claims -- one decent, one reasonable, one very strong -- for the Dutchman's team. Two had come in the first four minutes, a few seconds before...

 By Chris Rann

Referee overshadows Lallana, Lambert and Lovren's returns to Southampton

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman expresses his displeasure with referee Kevin Friend and believes Saints midfielder Filip Djuricic was fouled in the area by Joe Allen.

When the final whistle went in Sunday's Premier League fixture at St. Mary's, there will not have been a more relieved man than Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren.

The Croatian was very much set to be the villain of the pantomime that Liverpool's visit to Southampton was always going to be. After Lovren, Adam Lallana and Rickie Lambert departed the South Coast in the Summer -- the former two in acrimonious circumstances -- and Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers made some cutting remarks about having no...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Liverpool close in on the top four with win at Southampton

ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik breaks down Liverpool's 2-nil victory over Southampton as they extend their unbeaten streak in the Premier League to 10 games.

SOUTHAMPTON, England -- Three quick points on Liverpool's 2-0 Premier League win at Southampton on Sunday afternoon.

1. Liverpool close on top four

Liverpool go to sixth and are just two points behind fourth-place Manchester United. Victory at Southampton makes them a full part of the Champions League qualification conversation.

Within two minutes of kickoff, Philippe Coutinho struck a 30-yard effort of the type that made Matthew Le Tissier into Southampton's greatest modern-day player. The ball...

 By Chris Rann

Southampton vs. Liverpool potentially a classic with added spice

ESPN FC's Alison Bender previews Liverpool's Premier League match against Southampton, where Adam Lallana's new club currently sit below the Saints.

Sunday's clash with Liverpool has the makings of classic. It has all the ingredients: a bit of controversy around the returning ex-Saints (two of them in particular); the faceoff between the league's best defence and a dynamic, pacey attack; and the small matter of a tight league table that sees both clubs very much in contention for the coveted Champions League qualification places.

Of course the media attention will largely be focused on the potentially tense atmosphere that will be created by...