Betting On Southampton Online

Southampton F.C have solidified their stance as a top flight team since returning to the division in the 2012/13 season, this despite continually selling their best players season after season. In recent years Southampton have sold Rickie Lambert, Adam Lallana, Dejan Lovren, Calum Chambers, Luke Shaw, Morgan Schneiderlin, and Nathaniel Clyne to various Premier League rivals, yet they still manage to impose themselves each season. [+]

Before the 2016/17 season, Southampton lost the services of strikers Graziano Pelle and Sadio Mane, and midfielder Victor Wanyama. Manager Ronald Koeman also left for pastures anew, joining Everton.  

Claude Puel took the managerial helm and led his team to yet another decent season. The Saints finished in the middle of the pack, once again displaying their unflappable resilience. 

Southampton Next Regular Season Game

Learn all there is about Southampton’s next game, including whether the match is being played at home or on the road. Don’t forget to frequently check the betting lines before making your picks.

Premier L. - Matchday 16
Sunday 10 December
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Southampton Game Schedule

It’s always a good idea to familiarize yourself with a team’s game schedule, especially if you plan on placing bets. Look into the future to find out where the best potential bets lie. 

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July 2017 (3)
Sat 15 Southampton 0 - 0 St.Gallen -149 +327 Odds
Sat 22 Southampton 2 - 2 Brentford -118 +305 Odds
Sat 29 Southampton 3 - 0 Saint-Etienne +105 +230 Odds
August 2017 (6)
Wed 2 Augsburg 4 - 0 Southampton +400 -143 Odds
Sat 5 Sevilla 0 - 2 Southampton +140 +194 Odds
Sat 12 MD1 Swansea 0 - 0 Southampton +550 -164 Odds
Sat 19 MD2 West Ham 2 - 3 Southampton +400 -137 Odds
Wed 23 Wolverhampton 2 - 0 Southampton +1000 -333 Odds
Sat 26 MD3 Southampton 0 - 0 Huddersfield +250 +320 Odds
September 2017 (4)
Sat 9 MD4 Watford 2 - 0 Southampton +475 -149 Odds
Sat 16 MD5 Southampton 1 - 0 Crystal Palace +170 +190 Odds
Sat 23 MD6 Man Utd 1 - 0 Southampton -118 +400 Odds
Sat 30 MD7 Southampton 1 - 2 Stoke +160 +190 Odds
October 2017 (3)
Sun 15 MD8 Newcastle 2 - 2 Southampton +375 -110 Odds
Sat 21 MD9 West Bromwich 0 - 1 Southampton +425 -120 Odds
Sun 29 MD10 Southampton 1 - 1 Brighton +135 +239 Odds
November 2017 (4)
Sat 4 MD11 Burnley 1 - 0 Southampton +550 -149 Odds
Sat 18 MD12 Southampton 0 - 3 Liverpool +767 -227 Odds
Sun 26 MD13 Everton 1 - 4 Southampton +380 -118 Odds
Wed 29 MD14 Southampton 1 - 2 Manchester City +1400 -455 Odds
December 2017 (7)
Sun 3 MD15 Southampton 1 - 1 Bournemouth +200 +135 Odds
Sun 10 MD16 Arsenal 07:00 Southampton -105 +300 Odds
Wed 13 MD17 Leicester 14:45 Southampton +275 +115 Odds
Sat 16 MD18 Southampton 10:00 Chelsea
Sat 23 MD19 Huddersfield 10:00 Southampton
Tue 26 MD20 Southampton 07:30 Tottenham
Sat 30 MD21 Southampton 12:30 Man Utd
January 2018 (5)
Tue 2 MD22 Crystal Palace 14:45 Southampton
Sat 6 Southampton 10:00 Fulham +100 +240 Odds
Sat 13 MD23 Southampton 10:00 Watford
Sun 21 MD24 Tottenham 11:00 Southampton
Wed 31 MD25 Brighton 14:45 Southampton
February 2018 (3)
Sat 3 MD26 Southampton 10:00 West Bromwich
Sat 10 MD27 Liverpool 10:00 Southampton
Sat 24 MD28 Southampton 10:00 Burnley
March 2018 (4)
Sat 3 MD29 Stoke 10:00 Southampton
Sat 10 MD30 Southampton 10:00 Newcastle
Sat 17 MD31 Southampton 11:00 Swansea
Sat 31 MD32 Southampton 10:00 West Ham +160 +150 Odds
April 2018 (4)
Sat 7 MD33 Southampton 10:00 Arsenal
Sat 14 MD34 Chelsea 10:00 Southampton
Sat 21 MD35 Southampton 10:00 Leicester
Sat 28 MD36 Bournemouth 10:00 Southampton
May 2018 (2)
Sat 5 MD37 Southampton 10:00 Everton
Sun 13 MD38 Manchester City 10:00 Southampton

What Are The Current Southampton Standings

Southampton are usually a middle-of-the-road kind of team. They would like to qualify for a Europa League spot, but will have to play out of their skins to do so. 

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1 Manchester City Manchester City 43 15 14 1 0 46 10 36
2 Manchester United Manchester United 35 15 11 2 2 35 9 26
3 Chelsea Chelsea 32 15 10 2 3 28 12 16
4 Liverpool Liverpool 29 15 8 5 2 33 19 14
5 Arsenal Arsenal 28 15 9 1 5 29 19 10
6 Tottenham Tottenham 25 15 7 4 4 23 13 10
7 Burnley Burnley 25 15 7 4 4 14 12 2
8 Watford Watford 22 15 6 4 5 25 26 -1
9 Leicester Leicester 20 15 5 5 5 20 20 0
10 Everton Everton 18 15 5 3 7 19 28 -9
11 Southampton Southampton 17 15 4 5 6 15 18 -3
12 Brighton Brighton 17 15 4 5 6 14 19 -5
13 Stoke Stoke 16 15 4 4 7 18 30 -12
14 Bournemouth Bournemouth 15 15 4 3 8 13 17 -4
15 Newcastle Newcastle 15 15 4 3 8 14 22 -8
16 Huddersfield Huddersfield 15 15 4 3 8 9 26 -17
17 West Bromwich West Bromwich 13 15 2 7 6 12 21 -9
18 Crystal Palace Crystal Palace 10 15 2 4 9 8 25 -17
19 West Ham West Ham 10 15 2 4 9 13 32 -19
20 Swansea Swansea 9 15 2 3 10 8 18 -10

Southampton Online Betting Tips

Southampton endured yet another injury-filled season in 2016-17. Strikers Shane Long and Charlie Austin both missed long spells due to injury, with Austin’s absence affecting the team most. Austin got off to a cracking start and offered Southampton a strong, opportunisitic target man. 

Southampton then had to deal with losing their top two centerbacks, one to injury and the other to the transfer market. Virgil van Dijk went down with a long-term injury while Jose Fonte was sold to West Ham in the winter tranfser period.

But if you don’t know by now, Southampton is equipped to deal with adversity. Their team resilience is well beyond disrepute. They finished the season in the middle of the pack. Southampton were, however, one of the worst home teams in the league. Defensively sound, the Saints had all sorts of trouble scoring at St. Mary’s stadium. Using this as barometer, back the under while veering away from a Saints win at home.

The Saints were much better on the road, though. Again, look to back the under but feel more comfortable about backing them to at least take a share of the spoils, depending on the opposition of course.

Don’t even contemplate, both in the league and the FA Cup, backing Saints as a viable futures option. They’re just not good enough and will always be a selling team.   

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