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PREVIEW: Southampton vs. Wolves kick-off time, team news, injury update, stats, how to watch Premier League on TV and online

All the information you need to know as Southampton host Wolves in game 33 of the 2018/19 Premier League season.

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Southampton vs Wolves preview, kick off time, how to stream online and watch on TV, team news, injury update, key stats Photo by Lynne Cameron/Getty Images


Date/time: 13/4/2018, 15:00 (UK), 10:00 ET, 07:00 PT (USA)

Venue: St. Mary’s, Southampton, UK

TV: None (UK), NBC Sports Live (USA) and check out LiveSoccerTV for alternatives.

Available Streaming: None (UK), Fubo.TV (EVERY Southampton game with a high-quality and legal stream, click here to sign up for a free Fubo.TV trial and benefit from a discount for new members), NBC Sports (USA).

Southampton vs. Wolves Team News:

Southampton could welcome back Danny Ings for an important after he suffered a hamstring injury and couldn’t play against parent club Liverpool last week.

However, Saints manager Ralph Hasenhuttl will have to make do without Mario Lemina, who is recovering from abdominal surgery, and Michael Obafemi, who is out for the rest of the season with a knee injury.

There are no injury concerns for Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Goalkeeper Rui Patricio and centre-back Ryan Bennett are expected to return to the first team after being ousted for their team’s FA Cup semi-final loss to Watford last week.

Southampton vs. Liverpool Stats Zone (via BBC Sport):


  • Wolves are unbeaten in the past six meetings in all competitions, winning the last four.
  • Saints are without a goal in five hours and 39 minutes against Wolves since Alex Pearce scored in a 2-1 home Championship defeat in November 2008.


  • Southampton have won five of their 12 league games in 2019, only one fewer than they managed throughout 2018.
  • Three of their four home league wins this season came against sides who are in the top half of the table: Tottenham, Arsenal and Everton.
  • Saints have scored in 11 successive home league fixtures since October’s goalless draw with Newcastle.
  • They have lost five of their last six matches against newly-promoted sides, with four of those defeats occurring this season.
  • The south coast side have dropped a league-high 23 points from winning positions this term, 15 of them at St Mary’s.

Wolverhampton Wanderers

  • Wolves are winless in their last four away league matches (D2, L2).
  • They have lost six league fixtures against bottom half-of-the-table opponents, one more than versus top-half teams.
  • Nuno Espirito Santo’s side are without a clean sheet in 12 Premier League away fixtures.
  • Wolves are looking to complete their second league double of the season, having so far only beaten West Ham both home and away.
  • Only Huddersfield have scored fewer first-half goals than the 12 by Wolves.
  • Raul Jimenez has been directly involved in 19 Premier League goals this season, scoring 12 and assisting seven, which is 48% of Wolves’ league total.

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