Wolves vs Southampton: Premier League – Opposition Threats

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Nuno Espirito Santo and Ralph Hasenhuttl (Photo by Bryn Lennon/Getty Images)

Southampton travel to the midlands in excellent form, having gone unbeaten in their last six games in the Premier League – a win against Wolves would see them climb back into a top four spot.

The home side for Monday’s fixture have had a mixed start to their top flight campaign, having won only half of their games thus far and sitting 10th at the current time of writing – a win would see them however match the Saints on points and see them jump as high as 5th results pending.

The loss of key player Diogo Jota over the recent transfer window to a fellow-Premier League club Liverpool has clearly had an impact on Wolves’ bite up top as they have only scored eight goals in the mentioned games – the 5th lowest in the league.

Despite that, The Wanderers finished 7th in the previous campaign and still possess some great talent amongst their ranks, who in turn could create some problems for Southampton upon their visit to Molineux Stadium, that being the players mentioned next.

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