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Southampton To Edge Relegation Six Pointer At Swansea

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Despite the home advantage to the Swans, Southampton are actually favourites (around 6/4) for the match, after being unlucky to not take all three points at St.Mary’s against Everton on Saturday. Swansea are further out at 21/10 (Betfred)

Dusan Tadic might be the man to get the Saints out of schtuck, being the hero in the recent imperative win over south-coast rivals Bournemouth, and opening the scoring against Chelsea. In a Score/ Win Double he is an excellent 9/2 with Boylesports.




Tuesday 8th May – 7.45pm Odds Won/Lost Bet
Swansea v Southampton      

Tips
Southampton win by one goal
   Best Bet
@ 3 / 1  

Saints however, are accountable for the second most dropped points from winning positions in the Premier League. Taking the chance for Swansea to subsequently win from behind is 17/1 with BetVictor. Furthermore, Southampton to be leading at half-time, but for Swansea to reap the spoils at full-time his far-out at 40/1 (Ladbrokes). Swansea have scored just two goals in their last seven Premier League fixtures, both coming in 1-1 draws. Jordan Ayew is therefore given a decent backing in the same value scorecast at 18/1 (BoyleSports and BetVictor).

What may be an increasingly desperate second half after a more cautious first 45, leads to back the most goals coming after the interval at 11/10 (bet365). A half time draw is Evens with Betfred.

With each team expected to be as determined for the other not to claim the points in a typically low-scoring game, supporting under 2.5 goals within the match is 8/13 with betfair. Sensible might back either to keep a clean sheet: Southampton at 7/4, Swansea at 9/4 (bet365).
Match Odds:

*Odds correct as of 8th May, 07:25. Odds are subject to change.

Only three times in all Premiership meetings between the Swans and the Saints has more than one goal been scored within the game. The reverse fixture on the opening day of the season, ended up a dead-rubber. A draw wouldn’t therefore be the most unexpected result, at best 23/10 with BoyleSports. Southampton have drawn the most games in the Premier League on the road and have only won twice, against Crystal Palace and West Brom, away in the 2017/18 season.

Swansea v Southampton – Odds and Head-To-Head

However, the Saints did turn in a fairly impressive performance against Everton, and if they want to rectify their disappointment with a stellar showing to all but seal Swansea’s Championship descent, they are supported a 3s with betfair and PaddyPower to win by 1 goal, as they have done in all but one of their six victories this season.

Posted: Tuesday, 8th May 2018

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