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A team once known for flirting with relegation on a yearly basis, Southampton FC has transformed into a Premier League mainstay. The team was established in 1885 but is more commonly known for being founding members of the Premier League. Southampton has a longstanding rivalry with Portsmouth due to their close proximity. Southampton have never captured a First Division/Premier League championship, but finished as runners-up during the 1983-84 season. [+]

The Saints won a FA Cup crown in 1976 and finished as runners-up on three occasions — in 1900, 1902 and 2003. The team’s longest winning streak was during the 2011 season when they reeled off an 11-game run in all competitions.

Mick Channon, who played 15 seasons with The Saints, is the franchise’s all-time leading scorer with 228 goals. Derek Reeves only played one season with Southampton, but his 44 tallies still stands as the record for most goals in one season. Although it’s ancient history, Albert Brown — a striker who played for Southampton for one season during the 1901-02 campaign — once scored seven goals in one match.

Former Saints winger Terry Paine is the most capped Southampton player at 815.

Southampton Betting Lines Today

It’s important to keep track of where Southampton is playing and what their record is at home and on the road before making your bet. Check the current betting lines, too. 

Premier L. - Matchday 38
Sunday 12 May
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Southampton Scores & Schedule

Be sure to keep track of Southampton’s schedule each week by referencing their schedule. Doing so will make your betting decisions easier.

 

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August 2018 (4)
Sun 12 MD1 Burnley 0 - 0 Southampton +310 -102
Sat 18 MD2 Southampton 1 - 2 Everton +350 -123
Sat 25 MD3 Leicester 2 - 1 Southampton +225 +133
Tue 28 Southampton 1 - 0 Brighton +130 +200
September 2018 (4)
Sat 1 MD4 Southampton 2 - 0 Crystal Palace +197 +153
Mon 17 MD5 Brighton 2 - 2 Southampton +320 -103
Sat 22 MD6 Southampton 0 - 3 Liverpool +1400 -556
Sat 29 MD7 Southampton 0 - 2 Wolverhampton +320 -109
October 2018 (4)
Tue 2 Southampton 1 - 1 Everton +350 -141
Sun 7 MD8 Chelsea 3 - 0 Southampton -182 +540
Sat 20 MD9 Southampton 0 - 0 Bournemouth +230 +123
Sat 27 MD10 Newcastle 0 - 0 Southampton +290 -105
November 2018 (4)
Sun 4 MD11 Southampton 1 - 5 Manchester City +2500 -909
Sat 10 MD12 Watford 1 - 1 Southampton +225 +128
Sat 24 MD13 Southampton 2 - 3 Fulham +175 +176
Tue 27 Southampton 0 - 0 Leicester +240 +111
December 2018 (7)
Sat 1 MD14 Man Utd 0 - 1 Southampton -110 +310
Wed 5 MD15 Southampton 1 - 3 Tottenham +850 -313
Sat 8 MD16 Southampton 0 - 1 Cardiff +140 +215
Sun 16 MD17 Arsenal 2 - 3 Southampton -120 +310
Sat 22 MD18 Southampton 3 - 1 Huddersfield +182 +183
Thu 27 MD19 West Ham 2 - 1 Southampton +215 +133
Sun 30 MD20 Manchester City 3 - 1 Southampton -455 +1100
January 2019 (6)
Wed 2 MD21 Southampton 0 - 0 Chelsea +1050 -385
Sat 5 FS R3 Southampton 2 - 2 Derby +124
Sat 12 MD22 Southampton 2 - 1 Leicester +320 -111
Wed 16 Derby 2 - 2 Southampton +300 -120
Sat 19 MD23 Everton 1 - 2 Southampton +157 +193
Wed 30 MD24 Crystal Palace 1 - 1 Southampton +210 +151
February 2019 (4)
Sat 2 MD25 Southampton 0 - 1 Burnley +191 +161
Sat 9 MD26 Cardiff 2 - 1 Southampton +360 -119
Sun 24 MD27 Southampton 0 - 2 Arsenal +520 -175
Wed 27 MD28 Fulham 0 - 2 Southampton +280 -105
March 2019 (3)
Sat 2 MD29 Southampton 2 - 3 Man Utd +700 -222
Sat 9 MD30 Tottenham 1 - 2 Southampton -120 +340
Sat 30 MD32 Southampton 1 - 0 Brighton +215 +147
April 2019 (5)
Fri 5 MD33 Liverpool 3 - 1 Southampton -270 +725
Sat 13 MD34 Wolverhampton 1 - 3 Southampton +183 +179
Sat 20 MD35 Southampton 1 - 3 Newcastle +215 +147
Tue 23 MD31 Southampton 1 - 1 Watford +240 +123
Sat 27 MD36 Bournemouth 3 - 3 Southampton +350 -128
May 2019 (2)
Sat 4 MD37 Southampton 0 - 3 West Ham +210 +132
Sun 12 MD38 Huddersfield 1 - 1 Southampton +750 -270
July 2019 (2)
Sun 14 Southampton 09:00 Altach
Tue 23 Southampton 08:00 Shenzhen Phoenix
August 2019 (1)
Sat 3 Cologne 10:00 Southampton

Southampton Standings Right Now

The Saints are not expected to make the drop to the Championship any time soon. But will they improve and qualify for Europe in coming campaigns? Find out how they’re doing below. 

 

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# team pts P W D L GF GA +/-
1 Manchester City Manchester City 98 38 32 2 4 95 23 72
2 Liverpool Liverpool 97 38 30 7 1 89 22 67
3 Chelsea Chelsea 72 38 21 9 8 63 39 24
4 Tottenham Tottenham 71 38 23 2 13 67 39 28
5 Arsenal Arsenal 70 38 21 7 10 73 51 22
6 Manchester United Manchester United 66 38 19 9 10 65 54 11
7 Wolverhampton Wolverhampton 57 38 16 9 13 47 46 1
8 Everton Everton 54 38 15 9 14 54 46 8
9 Leicester Leicester 52 38 15 7 16 51 48 3
10 West Ham West Ham 52 38 15 7 16 52 55 -3
11 Watford Watford 50 38 14 8 16 52 59 -7
12 Crystal Palace Crystal Palace 49 38 14 7 17 51 53 -2
13 Newcastle Newcastle 45 38 12 9 17 42 48 -6
14 Bournemouth Bournemouth 45 38 13 6 19 56 70 -14
15 Burnley Burnley 40 38 11 7 20 45 68 -23
16 Southampton Southampton 39 38 9 12 17 45 65 -20
17 Brighton Brighton 36 38 9 9 20 35 60 -25
18 Cardiff Cardiff 34 38 10 4 24 34 69 -35
19 Fulham Fulham 26 38 7 5 26 34 81 -47
20 Huddersfield Huddersfield 16 38 3 7 28 22 76 -54

How To Win At Southampton Betting

Southampton finished in a respectable 8th place in 2016-17. They could have finished higher if it weren’t for some injuries to crucial players. Their big targetman, Charlie Austin, went down early in the season and never regained the scoring form he was in prior to the injury. They also lost their top two center backs – one to the transfer market and the other to injury. 

Jose Fonte was shipped to West Ham during the winter transfer period after reportedly falling out with then-manager Claude Puel. Virgil van Dijk, who may be transferred soon too, went down with an injury that kept him out of the lineup for a large portion of the second half of the season. 

Claudio Puel is no longer Southampton’s manager, the club installing Mauricio Pellegrino as his replacement. He’s got pretty big shoes to fill, and will find it hard to finish better than 8th place. Southampton were poor at home, winning only six of 19 games at Saint Mary’s. That was the fourth worst home record in the league, a mark that needs to be improved in coming seasons.

The Saints were much better on the road, enjoying the seventh best away record. That’s an impressive record for a team that couldn’t string together a run of good home results. They were organised and dogged on the road, something Puel should take credit for.

If Pellegrino can instill the same kind of discipline into his team, you should consider backing them on the road when the odds aren’t favorable. They are good as a road underdog, something that shouldn’t be overlooked. 

The Saints, for larger portions of the season, had loads of trouble scoring goals. They scored 41 in 38 games, the seventh fewest in the Premier League. Puel made the astute decision of bringing Manolo Gabbiadini to the south coast and the Italian lit up the Premier League. Along with Austin’s health, he will be crucial in ensuring Southampton are more dangerous going forward. 

Ready to bet on Southampton? Here are a few online sportsbook options that will help you make your wagering decisions easier.