Our football match prediction:
Southampton finally managed to overcome a difficult run of results as they recorded a 2-1 triumph over Stoke at Britannia Stadium, but that cannot be considered such a big achievement considering the Potters were utterly disappointing on the day. But, having failed to win any of their previous two home games, losing to Chelsea before sharing spoils with Sunderland, the Saints could find it hard to match red-hot Liverpool. It would appear as though the Reds are finally playing the way Jurgen Klopp wants them to, and with the likes of Coutinho and Firmino rediscovering their form, the Anfield outfit look a good bet to win at St Mary’s. Two impressive displays over rivals Manchester United will have served as a major confidence boost going into this match, which is why we predict that Liverpool will make it four Premier League victories on the bounce this weekend.
Highlighted Player (Sturridge):
Daniel Andre Sturridge is an English footbal player born on 1st of September 1989 in Birmingham. Sturridge started his football career for Aston Villa. After playing for Chelsea, Manchester City and Bolton Wanderers Sturridge got transferred to Liverpool for approximately 11 million euro. Daniel Sturridge made his debut for the English national team on 15th of November 2011.Sturridge is known for being a strong and fast left footed striker. Because of his great technique defenders don’t know what to expect once they are in a one against one situation with Sturridge. Sturridge won several prices with Chelsea like the Champions League, the Premier League title and the FA Cup. Sturridge’s best individual season was in 2013/2014 where he and Suarez were able to reach to the second place in the Premier League. The way Sturridge celebrates his goals are very recognizable and widely mimicked.
Highlighted Team (Southampton):
Southampton are an English football club that have been playing their home games at St. Mary’s Stadium since 2001. The Saints were based at The Dell in the past and the capacity of Southampton’s new stadium is 32,505. Southampton wear red and white striped shirts and the colour of the team’s away kit is navy and green. The Saints have yet to win the Premier League trophy, but they did well to clinch the FA Cup title back in 1976, while participating in the final of the prestigious competition in 1900, 1902 and 2003. Southampton outplayed Manchester United in the 1976 FA Cup final and that is probably the club’s greatest victory ever. The club are well known for their football academy and Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale is one of the players who began their football carrier at the St. Mary’s Stadium outfit. Southampton’s fiercest rivals are Portsmouth and the two teams square off against each other in the South Coast Derby.