Southampton will be aiming for a strong start in the upcoming Premier League season.

Southampton started last season strongly and looked well on course for a top half finish. Unfortunately, a string of bad results saw them finish in 15th, 17 points behind Everton in 10th. The Saints will be looking to better that this campaign and break back into the top half.

We’ve taken a look at all you need to know about Southampton – from their upcoming league fixtures, to the latest football betting odds for the club this term.

When is the next Southampton Premier League game?

Four successive draws, including last weekend’s stalemate at Manchester City, have given Southampton a platform to build on, but they need to improve at both ends of the pitch to start climbing the table.

The Saints, who have kept consecutive clean sheets in the league, play Wolves on Sunday – another side struggling for consistency in the opening weeks of the season.

What are the odds that Southampton win the next game?

Southampton’s love of a draw has seen the odds on the points being shared set at 11/5, with the Saints 17/10 to get the win.

In each of the last five Premier League games between Southampton and Wolves, the Saints have opened the scoring. Get 7/1 Enhanced Odds on Adam Armstrong to keep that run going.

What’s the latest Southampton transfer and injury news?

Stuart Armstrong (calf) has been joined on the treatment table by Jack Stephens (knee) and Theo Walcott (thigh), leaving Ralph Hasenhuttl without some key members of his squad.

Young striker Armando Broja has impressed since arriving from Chelsea, and he could be handed his first league start.

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.

Southampton Premier League fixtures

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

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 Wolverhampton
02/10/202115:00Chelsea v Southampton
16/10/202115:00Southampton v Leeds United
23/10/202115:00Southampton v Burnley
30/10/202115:00Watford v Southampton
06/11/202115:00Southampton v Aston Villa
20/11/202115:00Norwich City v Southampton
27/11/202115:00Liverpool v Southampton
01/12/202119:45Southampton v Leicester City
04/12/202115:00Southampton v Brighton
11/12/202115:00Arsenal v Southampton
14/12/202120:00Crystal Palace v Southampton
18/12/202115:00Southampton v Brentford
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 win the Premier League?

300/1 odds reflect what would be a tough task in asking Southampton to win the title, but a top half finish is definitely within their reach. At 10/3, the Saints are in for a battle to return to the top half. If they stumble at the start of the season, many may also eye them up for relegation, where they are currently priced at just 10/3.

Who is the manager of Southampton?

Ralph HasenhĂĽttl is the current manager of Southampton, taking charge in 2018 after leaving RB Leipzig. HasenhĂĽttl has been at the wrong end of a few high-scoring affairs but has managed to rally his men back into strong form on numerous occasions. His passion and desire to win are always apparent by his lively antics on the touchline.

He’ll be hoping to build on last weekend’s draw and have a solid next few games but if not, he could face a fair bit of pressure. He is currently fourth in the market to be the first manager to leave.

Where is Southampton’s stadium?

St. Mary’s Stadium is located in Southampton and 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 the Saints since 2001.