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Draw Southampton Vs Spurs

Mar 18, 2023
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Southampton 3-3 Spurs
Porro (45) Kane (65) Perisic (74)
Adams (46) Walcot (78) Ward-Prowse (90)

Match Prediction

  • Spurs Win

    Votes: 73 68.9%
  • Southampton Win

    Votes: 16 15.1%
  • Score Draw

    Votes: 16 15.1%
  • Goalless Draw

    Votes: 1 0.9%

  • Total voters




Simon Hooper 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿

Soton - LLWDL -------- Spurs - WLLD

We are striving for three points for entirely different reasons aswecmeet at St Mary's on Saturday afternoon in the English Premier League. Ruben Selles's basement-dwellers were put to the sword 2-0 by Brentford in midweek, while we most recently cruised past Forest 3-1 last weekend.

Southampton are a far cry from the team they were under Poch, who has been strongly linked with a sensational return to us as Conte runs down the final few months on his contract, but the Italian's fiery passion on the touchline was there for all to see during the visit of Forest.

Richarlison may have seen a strike chalked off within three minutes as his wait for a first Premier League goal for us goes on, but Kane's 19th and 20th goals of the season preceded a final Son effort before Worrall gave the Forest faithful something to cheer in the dying embers.

We were also indebted to a last-gasp Forster penalty save from Ayew for preventing a true squeaky bum time finish, but by bringing a miserable week to a pleasant end, our fourth-placed standing in the Premier League table remains safe for the time being.

We are out of sight of Liverpool, but Newcastle United have two games in hand to make up a four-point deficit, so our hope of Champions League qualification are still out of their own hands.

While our Stadium fortress still has its walls intact, wes travel to St Mary's having suffered an abysmal four away defeats in succession across all tournaments, failing to score in each of their last three against AC Milan, Sheffield United and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

It has been just over 40 years since we last lost four successive away games without finding the back of the net, but we strolled to a 4-1 success over Southampton during the opening weekend of the 2022-23 season, having been held to a 1-1 draw at St Mary's last season.

There was no shortage of attacking endeavour from Southampton during a rainy visit of Brentford on Wednesday night, but the Bees' cutting edge set them apart from their South Coast counterparts, whose survival task became all the more arduous with defeat to Brentford.

A well-worked set-piece routine ended with Ivan Toney prodding home the game's opening goal on the 32-minute mark, and the striker soon turned provider for Toane Wissa, who raced through to slot home merely seconds after Southampton had lost a duel from a goal-kick.

From arguably being unfortunate not to have beaten Manchester United at Old Trafford to remaining bottom of the table with a humbling loss to Brentford, Southampton still only have a two-point gap separating them from the safety of 17th spot, but their relegation rivals now crucially boast a game in hand.

Southampton can only rely on so many James Ward-Prowse set-piece situations to bail them out of trouble, but the Saints can now boast a paltry three goals from their last eight Premier League contests, while six of their last seven Premier League home games have now ended in defeat.

Silver linings are few and far between at St Mary's right now, but conceding just three goals in their last five Premier League matches - keeping clean sheets against Chelsea and Man United - can be viewed in a positive light, although that may not count for much against our outfit.


We first played Southampton on Saturday 25th January 1902 in the the FA Cup where we drew 1 - 1 at the Lane.

We have since played each other 132 times where we have won 60, they have won 40, and 32 were drawn games.

League: We have won 55, they 35, and 28 were drawn games.

FA Cup: We won 4, they won 3, and 4 were drawn.

League Cup: We won 1, they won 1 and none were drawn