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Date/time: 12/5/2019, 15:00 (UK), 10:00 ET, 07:00 PT (USA)
Venue: St. Mary’s, Southampton, UK
TV: None (UK), NBC Sports Live Extra (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. Huddersfield Town Team News:
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl continues to have a number of selection issues with his Saints defenders.
Centre-back duo Maya Yoshida and Jannik Vestergaard remain out. Vestergaard has been suffering with a groin injury for a number of weeks, while Yoshida has been struggling with a virus.
Huddersfield are also missing a defender in Erik Durm.
Mathias Jorgensen and Chris Lowe are doubts but could still play, while manager Jan Siewert has confirmed back-up goalkeeper Joel Coleman will start on their final game of the season ahead of a return to the Championship.
Southampton vs. Huddersfield Stats Zone (via BBC Sport):
- Southampton are unbeaten in the last four meetings in all competitions (W2, D2).
- Huddersfield’s last away win against Saints was a 2-1 top-flight victory in September 1971.
- Saints are on a four-match winless run (D2, L2), conceding three goals in all but one of those matches.
- Their tally of six Premier League wins in 2019 matches their entire total for 2018.
- They have only lost two of their eight home league games in 2019, winning four and drawing two.
- They and opponents Huddersfield have both used a Premier League-high 30 players this season.
- Shane Long could become the first Saints player to score in four consecutive Premier League home games since James Beattie in April 2003.
- Huddersfield ended a run of eight consecutive league defeats with their 1-1 draw against Manchester United last weekend.
- Defeat against Southampton would mean they equal the Premier League record of 29 losses in a single season.
- They have failed to score in eight of their past nine away league matches, and their tally of 11 away goals this season is the lowest in the division.
- They have also kept a joint league-low five clean sheets.
- Unless they win by five or more goals, the Terriers will become the second team in Premier League history to end with a goal difference of -50 or worse.
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