A dominant 4-1 display against Brentford on Tuesday saw Southampton record their biggest victory of the season.

After a win in the FA Cup too, this is a dream start to 2022 for the Saints after a tricky end to 2021. Can they keep up this form?

We’ve taken a look at all you need to know about Southampton – from their next league game, to the latest football betting odds.

When is the next Southampton Premier League fixture?

Southampton travel to the Midlands this Saturday for a 15:00 kick-off against Wolves. The Saints are winless in their last five trips to Molineux, last beating Wolves in March 2007. But they have a chance to win back-to-back away games for the first time since June 2020.

What are the odds that Southampton win their next game?

A win for Southampton comes in at 12/5, with a draw at 2/1. Either is essential to stop Wolves doing the double over the Saints.

None of Wolves’ last eight Premier League games have seen more than one goal scored. If you think that one goal belongs to Southampton, it’s 8/1 that the game ends with a 1-0 Saints victory. Chelsea loanee Armando Broja has had a huge impact at Southampton. He’s 7/4 to score anytime. Meanwhile, James-Ward Prowse has scored in three of his last four league appearances. To grab another here, he’s 3/1.

What is the latest Southampton injury and transfer news?

Will Smallbone and Tino Livramento are both still out with injuries sustained before the New Year. Moussa Djenepo is away on international duty. Kyle Walker-Peters is a doubt, but Yan Valery returns having served his one-match suspension.

Who are Southampton’s key players?

James Ward-Prowse is Southampton’s midfield maestro and set-piece specialist. If he gets his delivery right, assists should follow. Following Danny Ings’ departure, the goalscoring pressure falls onto the shoulders of Che Adams and Adam Armstrong – who have both already found the net this season. While Tino Livramento and Armando Broja have made excellent starts to their Saints careers following moves from Chelsea.

Southampton Premier League fixtures

Southampton’s Premier League fixtures for the 2021/22 season in full are below:

DateTimeMatchResult
14/08/202115:00Everton v Southampton3-1
21/08/202115:00Southampton v Manchester United1-1
28/08/202115:00Newcastle United v Southampton2-2
11/09/202115:00Southampton v West Ham United0-0
18/09/202115:00Manchester City v Southampton0-0
25/09/202115:00Southampton v Wolverhampton0-1
02/10/202115:00Chelsea v Southampton3-1
16/10/202115:00Southampton v Leeds United1-0
23/10/202115:00Southampton v Burnley2-2
30/10/202115:00Watford v Southampton0-1
06/11/202115:00Southampton v Aston Villa1-0
20/11/202115:00Norwich City v Southampton2-1
27/11/202115:00Liverpool v Southampton4-0
01/12/202119:45Southampton v Leicester City2-2
04/12/202115:00Southampton v Brighton1-1
11/12/202115:00Arsenal v Southampton
14/12/202120:00Crystal Palace v Southampton2-2
18/12/202115:00Southampton v Brentford4-1
26/12/202115:00West Ham United v Southampton
28/12/202115:00Southampton v Tottenham Hotspur
01/01/202215:00Southampton v Newcastle United
15/01/202215:00Wolverhampton v Southampton
22/01/202215:00Southampton v Manchester City
09/02/202219:45Tottenham Hotspur v Southampton
12/02/202215:00Manchester United v Southampton
19/02/202215:00Southampton v Everton
26/02/202215:00Southampton v Norwich City
05/03/202215:00Aston Villa v Southampton
12/03/202215:00Southampton v Watford
19/03/202215:00Burnley v Southampton
02/04/202215:00Leeds United v Southampton
09/04/202215:00Southampton v Chelsea
16/04/202215:00Southampton v Arsenal
23/04/202215:00Brighton v Southampton
30/04/202215:00Southampton v Crystal Palace
07/05/202215:00Brentford v Southampton
15/05/202215:00Southampton v Liverpool
22/05/202216:00Leicester City v Southampton

What are the Southampton odds to be relegated from the Premier League?

Tuesday’s win over Brentford has moved Southampton up to 11th ahead of their trip to Wolves. They are now 13 points clear of the relegation zone and a lengthy 14/1 to go down to the Championship. With this buffer, Ralf Hasenhuttl will be eyeing up a top-half finish. It’s 7/2.

Who is the manager of Southampton?

Ralph Hasenhuttl is the current manager of Southampton, taking charge in 2018 after leaving RB Leipzig. In his first full season, Hasenhuttl led the Saints to 11th in the Premier League, something he will be hoping to exceed this season.

Where is Southampton’s stadium?

St. Mary’s Stadium is currently the largest stadium in the south of England outside of London. It holds a capacity of 32,384 and has been home to Southampton since 2001.