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Southampton 1 v 2 Brighton and Hove Albion
Barclays Premier League
Sunday, 14th March 2021 Kick-off 15:00
Southampton V Brighton Line Ups Announced
Sunday, 14th Mar 2021 11:01

The team is out for the clash between Saints and Brighton & Hove Albion at St Mary's, there are a few changes likely from the defeat at Manchester City, who is in and who is out, find out the full line ups here.

Fraser Forster is back in the Saints goal in one of the several changes made from the midweek trip to Manchester.

Starting XI: Forster, Walker-Peters, Bednarek, Vestergaard, Bertrand, Ward-Prowse, Diallo, Armstrong, Minamino, Tella, Adams.

Subs: McCarthy, Stephens, Salisu, Ramsay, Watts, Ferry, Djenepo, Redmond, Nlundulu.

The Brighton team is

Starting XI: Sánchez, Veltman, White, Dunk, Burn, Trossard, Bissouma, Lallana, Groß, Welbeck, Maupay.
Subs: Steele, Moder, Alzate, Pröpper, Mac Allister, Jahanbakhsh, Izquierdo, Tau, Zeqiri.

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codge added 11:15 - Mar 14
Looks a lot better about as strong as we can put out,now if we can keep Redmond on the bench and Stephens then we should win this. COYR
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PezzaSaint added 14:05 - Mar 14
Yet again Ralph gets outfoxed by the opposition manager! It is no surprise to me that we have the worst record in the league for losing points from winning positions although of course we were never in front today. Definition of insanity springs to mind! Beginning to lose patience with Ralph!
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Boris1977 added 14:06 - Mar 14
Pathetic and an embarrassment. No excuses for that pitiful lack of performance.
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ElijahK added 14:09 - Mar 14
Ok sorry but that Sheffield United game was simply just a fluke result after what we saw today! I mean questions do need to start being asked as we’ve won 1, drawn 1 and lost the 10! Over our last 12 (which is practically a third of our season!) games! And yeah he got us to first for the first time ever, but in the end we lost 9-0 AGAIN! And have somehow ended up in a relegation scrap!?

I mean we didn’t play well whatsoever today and we’re now only 4 points ahead of Brighton! For me it’s all down to these next games as if we were to loose to a Bournemouth team that’s 5 points out of a championship playoff spot in the FA cup or can’t beat Burnley then that’s just too much! I mean nobody played that well, and hopefully it’s also shown to all those fans going on about Forster that the only reason he kept any clean sheets is simply because he has 8 shots to deal with in our 6 previous games, and should’ve saved that first goal for certain! Sheesh I’d loved to have seen Forster in goal for that Man City game!
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SanMarco added 15:18 - Mar 14
We looked a busted flush today. Whatever Ralph wanted them to do they either didn't understand it or we simply didn't have the personnel for it. The second half was abysmal. Brighton easily stifled us with a pack of blue shirts and then suddenly their most (only) creative player, Lallana, is left with the freedom of the park to create the winner. Anyone that can describe what Saints' strategy to get an equalizer was in that last half an hour deserves a big prize. For me it was bad back-pass or a JWP freekick. We created ONE chance in the whole of the second half.

We are a fragile, light-weight team and not one of our remaining 9 opponents will have any difficulty devising a strategy to beat us. Will be go down? It is now very possible. I still expect we will survive but there needs to be a lot of thinking in the summer about matching squad to tactics if Ralph is going to stay on. The record over the last couple of months is truly atrocious. We need to forget the excuses now and somehow get 5 more points.
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felly1 added 15:35 - Mar 14
What a shambles we've become. 4 points in 12 games..4points!!
Everytime Brighton attacked they had space galore and our hapless defenders flapped and panicked.
I'm absolutely sick of this football club ruining yet another dull lockdown day with their weak insipid performances,.
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SaintPaulVW added 15:55 - Mar 14
Either the Brighton players wanted it more today or Potter is a better Coach. Or both.

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