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This is the South Wales derby, have no fear, because everything is on the line.
No form guide, no league position, not even a difference of 92 league places would make much of an impact on Sunday’s south Wales derby. Even though Swansea City hold the most wins by some way overall, again that counts for nothing. However, there are a few things we should all be aware of. And these maybe are the deciding factors that may well lead to either side clinching a victory.
Midfield man tells Pompey fans: I'll never be content with what I’m giving
Most would agree Joe Morrell has grown into his Pompey midfield role since arriving on transfer deadline day - but the Wales star says he wants his gradual improvement to continue.
Match Preview: Swindon vs Dale
Dale's search for a return to form takes them to Wiltshire and the County Ground on Saturday, where Swindon Town are lying in wait.
Refwatch: Swindon Town v Rochdale
Manchester referee Simon Mather will take charge of Dale’s game at Swindon on Saturday.
Swansea City go in to the South Wales derby in a wonderful position.
Swansea City manager Russell Martin has confirmed all of his squad are available for selection for Sunday’s derby game against Cardiff City. The first time he has been in this position all season.
Southampton V Leeds United The Preview
Leeds United were a bit of a bogey side for us last year and beat us twice both against the run of play, can Saints break that hoodoo and earn their first win of the season, Ralph Hasenhuttl might find that adversity actually wins the day.
Ralph Hasenhuttl Charged By FA Over Mike Dean Comments
The Football Association have charged Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl over comments made after Saints defeat against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge two weeks ago, Saints fans will know what the Austrian was talking about.
Swansea City’s Andy Scott spy’s an ice cold Alex for January
Renowned football analyst Andy Scott who has unearthed numerous talents from his time at Brentford has his eyes on Twenty four year old Harrogate Town central midfielder Alex Pattison. Scott has a flexible recruiting role at Swansea, and works alongside Mark Allen and Russell Martin. With Matt Grimes potentially on his way in January, Pattison is one of a number of potential replacements currently being monitored by the swans.