Southampton vs Everton: TV channel, stream, kick-off time, odds & match preview

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The Toffees meet the Saints at St Mary's with both sides struggling to string together a decent run of form and perilously close to the drop zone

The early action in the Premier League this Sunday sees two underperforming teams come up against one another as Southampton take on Everton.

Hosts Southampton have won just once in their last seven fixtures and come into the match on the back of two successive defeats, including a 3-0 hammering by Liverpool last week.

Southampton 17/20 with dabble

Everton's woes are much more pronounced than the Saints' with the Toffees picking up just one victory in their last 11 games in all competitions, with the wounds from Thursday's humiliating 5-1 home defeat to Atalanta still stinging as they prepare to travel to St Mary's.

Game Southampton vs Everton
Date Sunday, November 26
Time 13:30 GMT / 08:30 ET

TV CHANNEL & LIVE STREAM


Virgil van Dijk

In the United Kingdom (UK), the match will be available to watch live on television on Sky Sports Premier League and by live stream using Sky Go.

UK TV channel Online stream
Sky Sports Premier League Sky Go

In the United States (US), the match will not be broadcast live on television but it can be watched by live stream using the NBC Sports Gold service.

US TV channel Online stream
N/A NBC Sports Gold

SQUADS & TEAM NEWS


Position Southampton players
Goalkeepers McCarthy, Taylor, Forster
Defenders Cedric, Yoshida, Stephens, Van Dijk, Hoedt, Bertrand, Gardos, Pied, Targett, Bednarek, McQueen
Midfielders Davis, Tadic, Romeu, Ward-Prowse, Lemina, Boufal, Redmond, Hojbjerg, Sims, Hesketh
Forwards Long, Austin, Gabbiadini

Southampton will be without Oriel Romeu, who is suspended, so there are likely to be some changes in midfield, while full-back Jeremy Pied remains sidelined.

Potential Southampton starting XI: Forster; Bertand, Van Dijk, Hoedt, Cedric; Davis, Ward-Prowse, Redmond, Boufal, Tadic; Long.

Position Everton players
Goalkeepers Pickford, Stekelenburg, Robles
Defenders Baines, Keane, Williams, Jagielka, Martina, Coleman, Funes Mori, Holgate, Kenny, Feeney
Midfielders Schneiderlin, Barkley, McCarthy, Lennon, Gueye, Sigurdsson, Klaassen, Besic, Davies, Vlasic, Baningime
Forwards Bolasie, Sandro, Rooney, Mirallas, Calvert-Lewin, Lookman, Niasse

Striker Omar Niasse will miss the game due to suspension, as will Tom Davies, while a number of other players are sidelined through injury.

Seamus Coleman continues to work his way back to fitness following a broken leg, but James McCarthy, Ramiro Funes Mori and Yannick Bolasie are further away from recovery.

Thre are doubts regarding the availability of Phil Jagielka and Morgan Schneiderlin, with both players to be assessed closer to kick-off.

Potential Everton starting XI:  Pickford; Baines, Williams, Jagielka, Martina; Schneiderlin, Gueye, Sigurdsson; Rooney, Mirallas, Sandro.


BETTING & MATCH ODDS


Dusan Tadic Southampton

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Southampton are heavy favourites according to dabblebet, who price the Saints at 5/6 to win. Everton are considered a 15/4 bet to win, while a draw is available at 5/2.

Click here to see dabblebet's full range of markets for the game, including goalscorer and correct score odds.


GAME PREVIEW


Wayne Rooney Everton

A season that began with so much promise has transformed into an utter nightmare for Everton, who have been on a damaging downward spiral since late August.

The Toffees have struggled in all competitions and their dismal league form has been exacerbated by their elimination from the League Cup as well as the sheer humiliation they have endured in the Europa League.

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Ronald Koeman paid the price with his job in October and, unfortunately for Blues fans, caretaker boss David Unsworth has been unable to steady the ship since then.

While there were signs of improvement in the last two games, a disastrous capitulation to Atalanta at Goodison Park has done little to assuage fears that the club could get sucked into a relegation battle.

Everton are just three points away from the drop zone, while Southampton are just four removed, so the clash at St Mary's on Sunday could potentially have serious implications for either side.

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