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country flag Premier League Round 6
Fri 20 September 2019 20:00 View team сomparison
Referee
Chris Kavanagh
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1/2 hour coach
Distance
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Southampton

Last updated: Wed 18 September 2019 15:52
In Brief

Yet to win at home, but results in recent weeks very impressive. Just 1 goal conceded in last 4 games. Redmond doubtful. Danso back after ban

Looking Back

Saints able to keep third consecutive away clean sheet last weekend (1 of these in League Cup) with Djenepo’s goal midway through second half enough for 1:0 success vs. Sheffield United.

Wait for first home success continues, but it must be stressed that the 2 home matches so far were against Liverpool and Man United, with 1 point earned from those games not bad return.

Looking Ahead

Coach Hasenhuttl left Ings on the bench for second time this season in last game, but now the main striker likely to start again as Southampton will be looking for stronger presence in final third.

In terms of injuries the only doubtful player is Redmond, with Danso back from ban to provide extra option in defence.

Points of Interest

Last season both matches between the sides ended in draws – 0:0 away and 3:3 at home.

Bournemouth

Last updated: Wed 18 September 2019 15:54
In Brief

Yet to keep clean sheet, but also yet to be denied from scoring. Lewis Cook, Daniels, Gosling, Stanislas and Brooks sidelined. Adam Smith, Kelly and Francis doubtful.

Looking Back

Bournemouth used the counterattack weapon very well in home game vs. Everton and this brought them deserved 3:1 success. Callum Wilson was once again the best player on the pitch and he has 3 goals in last 2 rounds.

Unable to keep clean sheet in opening 5 rounds, but at the same time scored in every match so far and compensating weaknesses at the back with aggressive forward moves.

Looking Ahead

Coach Howe expected to restore Lerma and Fraser to starting XI, both on bench last weekend due to busy international duties. Also gaffer hopes to see injured Adam Smith making return soon.

Francis and Kelly also closing on comebacks but they will play for U23s before considered for selection. Still missing 5 other players.

Points of Interest

Callum Wilson forcing the issue, have the highest number of shot attempts from inside the 6-yard box in top flight.

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Transfer in
  • Danny Ings (att) Liverpool – loan made permanent; Che Adams (att) Birmingham City; Moussa Djenepo (mid) Standard Liege; Cedric Soares (def) Inter – end of loan; Wesley Hoedt (def) Celta Vigo – end of loan; Sofiane Boufal (mid) Celta Vigo – end of loan; Guido Carrillo (att) Leganes – end of loan; Kevin Danso (def) Augsburg - on loan;
Transfer out
  • Matt Targett (sp) (def) Aston Villa; Jordy Clasie (sp) (mid) AZ Alkmaar; Sam Gallagher (att) Blackburn; Steven Davies (mid) Glasgow Rangers; Jack Rose (gk) Walsall – on loan; Josh Sims (mid) New York RB - on loan; Charlie Austin (sp) (att) WBA; Harrison Reed (mid) Fulham - on loan; Fraser Forster (gk) Celtic - on loan; Mohamed Elyounoussi (sp) (mid) Celtic - on loan; Mario Lemina (sp) (mid) Galatasaray - on loan; Wesley Hoedt (def) Antwerp - on loan;
Transfer in
  • Arnaut Danjuma (mid) Club Brugge; Jack Stacey (def) Luton Town; Lloyd Kelly (def) Bristol City; Philip Billing (mid) Huddersfield; Harry Arter (mid) Cardiff City – end of loan; Jermain Defoe (att) Glasgow Rangers – end of loan; Harry Wilson (mid) Liverpool - on loan;
Transfer out
  • Nathaniel Clyne (sp) (def) Liverpool – end of loan; Tyron Mings (sp) (def) Aston Villa; Lys Mousset (sp) (att) Sheffield United; Connor Mahoney (mid) Millwall; Marc Pugh (mid) QPR; Emerson Hyndman (mid) Atlanta United – on loan; Harry Arter (mid) Fulham - on loan; Asmir Begovic (sp) (gk) Qarabag Agdam - on loan;
Transfer in
  • Danny Ings (att) Liverpool – loan made permanent; Che Adams (att) Birmingham City; Moussa Djenepo (mid) Standard Liege; Cedric Soares (def) Inter – end of loan; Wesley Hoedt (def) Celta Vigo – end of loan; Sofiane Boufal (mid) Celta Vigo – end of loan; Guido Carrillo (att) Leganes – end of loan; Kevin Danso (def) Augsburg - on loan;
Transfer out
  • Matt Targett (sp) (def) Aston Villa; Jordy Clasie (sp) (mid) AZ Alkmaar; Sam Gallagher (att) Blackburn; Steven Davies (mid) Glasgow Rangers; Jack Rose (gk) Walsall – on loan; Josh Sims (mid) New York RB - on loan; Charlie Austin (sp) (att) WBA; Harrison Reed (mid) Fulham - on loan; Fraser Forster (gk) Celtic - on loan; Mohamed Elyounoussi (sp) (mid) Celtic - on loan; Mario Lemina (sp) (mid) Galatasaray - on loan; Wesley Hoedt (def) Antwerp - on loan;

Bournemouth

Last updated: Wed 18 September 2019 15:54
In Brief

Yet to keep clean sheet, but also yet to be denied from scoring. Lewis Cook, Daniels, Gosling, Stanislas and Brooks sidelined. Adam Smith, Kelly and Francis doubtful.

Looking Back

Bournemouth used the counterattack weapon very well in home game vs. Everton and this brought them deserved 3:1 success. Callum Wilson was once again the best player on the pitch and he has 3 goals in last 2 rounds.

Unable to keep clean sheet in opening 5 rounds, but at the same time scored in every match so far and compensating weaknesses at the back with aggressive forward moves.

Looking Ahead

Coach Howe expected to restore Lerma and Fraser to starting XI, both on bench last weekend due to busy international duties. Also gaffer hopes to see injured Adam Smith making return soon.

Francis and Kelly also closing on comebacks but they will play for U23s before considered for selection. Still missing 5 other players.

Points of Interest

Callum Wilson forcing the issue, have the highest number of shot attempts from inside the 6-yard box in top flight.

Doubtful (chance of availability) Rested
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Probable Bench
Transfer in
  • Arnaut Danjuma (mid) Club Brugge; Jack Stacey (def) Luton Town; Lloyd Kelly (def) Bristol City; Philip Billing (mid) Huddersfield; Harry Arter (mid) Cardiff City – end of loan; Jermain Defoe (att) Glasgow Rangers – end of loan; Harry Wilson (mid) Liverpool - on loan;
Transfer out
  • Nathaniel Clyne (sp) (def) Liverpool – end of loan; Tyron Mings (sp) (def) Aston Villa; Lys Mousset (sp) (att) Sheffield United; Connor Mahoney (mid) Millwall; Marc Pugh (mid) QPR; Emerson Hyndman (mid) Atlanta United – on loan; Harry Arter (mid) Fulham - on loan; Asmir Begovic (sp) (gk) Qarabag Agdam - on loan;

Key

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Game Score
Round 1
Liverpool - Norwich City 4 - 1
West Ham United - Manchester City 0 - 5
Bournemouth - Sheffield United 1 - 1
Burnley - Southampton 3 - 0
Crystal Palace - Everton 0 - 0
Watford - Brighton and Hove Albion 0 - 3
Tottenham Hotspur - Aston Villa 3 - 1
Leicester City - Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 - 0
Newcastle United - Arsenal 0 - 1
Manchester United - Chelsea 4 - 0
Round 2
Arsenal - Burnley 2 - 1
Aston Villa - Bournemouth 1 - 2
Brighton and Hove Albion - West Ham United 1 - 1
Everton - Watford 1 - 0
Norwich City - Newcastle United 3 - 1
Southampton - Liverpool 1 - 2
Manchester City - Tottenham Hotspur 2 - 2
Sheffield United - Crystal Palace 1 - 0
Chelsea - Leicester City 1 - 1
Wolverhampton Wanderers - Manchester United 1 - 1
Round 3
Aston Villa - Everton 2 - 0
Norwich City - Chelsea 2 - 3
Brighton and Hove Albion - Southampton 0 - 2
Manchester United - Crystal Palace 1 - 2
Sheffield United - Leicester City 1 - 2
Watford - West Ham United 1 - 3
Liverpool - Arsenal 3 - 1
Bournemouth - Manchester City 1 - 3
Wolverhampton Wanderers - Burnley 1 - 1
Tottenham Hotspur - Newcastle United 0 - 1
Round 4
Southampton - Manchester United 1 - 1
Chelsea - Sheffield United 2 - 2
Crystal Palace - Aston Villa 1 - 0
Leicester City - Bournemouth 3 - 1
Manchester City - Brighton and Hove Albion 4 - 0
Newcastle United - Watford 1 - 1
West Ham United - Norwich City 2 - 0
Burnley - Liverpool 0 - 3
Everton - Wolverhampton Wanderers 3 - 2
Arsenal - Tottenham Hotspur 2 - 2
Round 5
Liverpool - Newcastle United 3 - 1
Brighton and Hove Albion - Burnley 1 - 1
Manchester United - Leicester City 1 - 0
Sheffield United - Southampton 0 - 1
Tottenham Hotspur - Crystal Palace 4 - 0
Wolverhampton Wanderers - Chelsea 2 - 5
Norwich City - Manchester City 3 - 2
Bournemouth - Everton 3 - 1
Watford - Arsenal 2 - 2
Aston Villa - West Ham United 0 - 0
Round 6
Southampton - Bournemouth -
Leicester City - Tottenham Hotspur -
Burnley - Norwich City -
Everton - Sheffield United -
Manchester City - Watford -
Newcastle United - Brighton and Hove Albion -
Crystal Palace - Wolverhampton Wanderers -
West Ham United - Manchester United -
Arsenal - Aston Villa -
Chelsea - Liverpool -
Round 7
Sheffield United - Liverpool -
Bournemouth - West Ham United -
Aston Villa - Burnley -
Chelsea - Brighton and Hove Albion -
Crystal Palace - Norwich City -
Tottenham Hotspur - Southampton -
Wolverhampton Wanderers - Watford -
Everton - Manchester City -
Leicester City - Newcastle United -
Manchester United - Arsenal -
Round 8
Brighton and Hove Albion - Tottenham Hotspur -
Burnley - Everton -
Liverpool - Leicester City -
Norwich City - Aston Villa -
Watford - Sheffield United -
West Ham United - Crystal Palace -
Arsenal - Bournemouth -
Manchester City - Wolverhampton Wanderers -
Southampton - Chelsea -
Newcastle United - Manchester United -