Southampton

form

All
EVE 1 - 0 SOU
L
LEE 3 - 0 SOU
L
SOU 1 - 1 CHE
D
SOU 1 - 2 WOL
L
WOL 0 - 2 SOU
W
NEW 3 - 2 SOU
L
MUN 9 - 0 SOU
L
SOU 0 - 1 AVL
L
SOU 1 - 3 ARS
L
SOU 1 - 0 ARS
W
Manchester City

form

All
MCI 4 - 1 WOL
W
MCI 2 - 1 WHU
W
BMG 0 - 2 MCI
W
ARS 0 - 1 MCI
W
EVE 1 - 3 MCI
W
MCI 3 - 0 TOT
W
SWA 1 - 3 MCI
W
LIV 1 - 4 MCI
W
MCI 1 - 0 SHU
W
MCI 2 - 0 AVL
W
Head to Head
20 Matches (2 Draws)
3 Total wins 15
3 Home wins 10
0 Away wins 5
Last 5 Matches
1 Wins
0 Draw
4 Wins
SOU 0 - 1 MCI
SOU 1 - 0 MCI
MCI 2 - 1 SOU
MCI 3 - 1 SOU
SOU 1 - 3 MCI
4 Goals Scored 9
Games Over 2.5 Goals 3 / 5
Both Teams Scored 3 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Saints have won just one of their last nine Premier League meetings with Man City (D2 L6), winning 4-2 at home in May 2016 thanks largely to a Sadio Mane hat-trick.
  2. Man City have won two of their last three visits to St Mary’s in the Premier League (L1), with both victories being by a scoreline of 3-0.
  3. Southampton haven’t kept a clean sheet in any of their last 12 Premier League games against Man City, shipping 27 goals in total.
  4. The Saints have collected eight points in their last four Premier League games (W2 D2), as many as they picked in the previous 12 combined (W1 D5 L6).
  5. If Manchester City win, they’ll be the first team to ever reach 100 points in an English top-flight campaign, breaking Liverpool’s previous record of 98 in 1978-79 (adjusted to 3 points for a win).
  6. Man City could also become the first team to record 32 wins in an English top-flight campaign, with their current tally of 31 a joint-record alongside Spurs in 1960-61.
  7. Indeed, victory for the Citizens would also see them create a new record for most away wins (16) and points (50) in a Premier League season.
  8. In fact, in the top-flight, only Tottenham in 1960-61 have won as many as 16 away games in a single campaign, while no side has ever earned 50 points on the road, even when converting to three points for a win.
  9. Before becoming Manchester City manager in 2008, Mark Hughes was unbeaten against them in the Premier League (W4 D4 L0). Since leaving, he’s won only two of his 13 league meetings against the Citizens (D3 L8).
  10. Hughes hasn’t ended on the winning side in back to back Premier League games since January 2017, when his Stoke side beat Watford and Sunderland.
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