Southampton has lost five of their last seven competitive games (W2), but their 3-0 win over Norwich at the weekend was their biggest Premier League (PL) victory of the campaign. That means five of their previous six PL triumphs came with a clean sheet, and six of their most recent nine PL encounters saw over 2.5 goals.
Ralph Hasenhüttl’s side must improve their home record though, which is the league’s worst (W4, D2, L9).
Their home PL fixtures here have averaged 3.13 goals per game, partly due to 66.67% seeing both teams score.
Furthermore, Southampton’s last three PL home wins saw them lead after 25 minutes, and they have got a strong PL record here when scoring first (W3, L1).