Date/time: 29/04/2017, 15:00 (UK), 10:00 ET, 07:00 PT (USA)
Venue: St. Mary's Stadium, Southampton, UK
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Streaming: None (UK), NBCSN (USA)
Radio: BBC Radio Solent (UK)
Southampton may have suffered two losses in a row to Premier League giants Manchester City and Chelsea, but Saints remain determined to earn a top-eight finish to round off their 2016/17 campaign.
Hull City are Saints' opponents for Saturday afternoon. The relegation battlers may have terrible away form, having not won away from home since August, but they are formidable at home—earning 19 of 21 points from their last seven league matches. For the sake of their Premier League status, Hull boss Marco Silva will hope his side can translate their home form on the road.
Saints boss Claude Puel could welcome Sam McQueen back to the first team after the winger-turned-left-back recovered from a groin injury. Charlie Austin and Matt Targett are both back in training, but aren't expected to feature.
Hull will be missing defender Omar Elabdellaoui. However, they received some good news this week as striker Oumar Niasse had his ludicrous red card, picked up against Watford last week, rescinded so he will be available.
Stats Zone (via BBC Sport):
Southampton's defeat by Hull in November ended a run of six successive wins against the Tigers.
Hull haven't won at Southampton for 66 years - their last victory was in the old Division Two in February 1951.
Southampton have won just two of their last seven league games at home, losing four and drawing the other.
Saints have lost their last two matches, conceding seven goals.
Only three clubs have won fewer games at home than Southampton's total of six this season.
Saints have scored just 17 goals at home this season - only Sunderland (16) and Middlesbrough (13) have scored fewer.
Only Hull (11) have conceded more penalties than Southampton (8) in the league this season.
Hull are yet to win away from home under Marco Silva in the league (D1, L6), By contrast, they are unbeaten at home.
They have lost five successive away matches, conceding 15 goals in the process.
The Tigers have conceded a league-high 41 away goals this season, while their 14 defeats on the road is more than any other Premier League team.
Marco Silva's side kept their first clean sheet in 10 league matches on Saturday, although their total of four over the season is the fewest in the league.
- Bet 365: Southampton: 4/6 - Draw: 3/1 - Hull City: 19/4
Bet Victor: Southampton: 4/6 - Draw: 3/1 - Hull City: 19/4
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