Southampton vs Watford live streaming
If you want to watch Southampton vs Watford online, these are the live streaming instructions.
Match: Southampton vs Watford
Competition: Premier League
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Southampton vs Watford live streaming info
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Southampton vs Watford live streaming: TV listings
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Southampton vs Watford live streaming: Match preview
Southampton were hit for 6 last Sunday.
Manchester City ran riot against Mark Hughes’ side and he’ll need to reinstall confidence quickly.
However, the Saints have only won once so far and could be in relegation trouble.
Watford too are looking to bounce back from disappointment.
Javi Gracia’s side were beaten 1-0 at Newcastle last Saturday despite having considerably more chances than their hosts.
Nevertheless, the Hornets are still up in eighth and only 4 points behind Arsenal in fifth.
Although, 15 of their 19 points have been won at home so they’ll be hoping to improve on their away record here.
An away win for Watford?