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Obviously Having taken seven points from the last nine available, Southampton’s results have finally started to reflect their improving performances in recent week
Also Now the Home team, Southampton new found momentum makes them a tricky assignment for Spurs this week.
Ralph Hasenhüttl has Southampton purring right now, as evidenced by their superb display and 2-0 win at Chelsea a week ago.
The Saints were a little unfortunate to drop points at home to Crystal Palace after their Stamford Bridge success
though Southampton look confident enough to spring another surprise against a fragile looking Tottenham outfit.
Had VAR not interjected on their behalf to rule out a Teemu Pukki goal for the tightest of offsides, Tottenham might well have lost to the division’s bottom club at the weekend
and Spurs’ failure to net from open play against the league’s worst defence compounded what was a miserable evening in East Anglia.
Tottenham’s two goals at Carrow Road came via a direct Christian Eriksen free kick and a late Harry Kane penalty
though the strikes did help to maintain the club’s 2.125 goals per 90-minute average under Mourinho in the League.
The Portuguese coach has yet to find a defensive formula that works for Tottenham however, and that has led to plenty of high scoring Spurs’ fixtures.
Less than three goals were scored and both teams registered in six of Tottenham’s eight league matches since Mourinho’s appointment
Tottenham’s 2-1 win over the Saints in the reverse league fixture between the clubs contributed to that meaty figure.
All the evidence suggests that goals will be high on the agenda again at St. Mary’s for the rematch this week
and with Tottenham continuing to look porous and Southampton’s attacking threat spiking
Tottenham continue to underwhelm under Jose Mourinho’s instruction, and their disappointing 2-2 draw at bottom club Norwich City on Saturday
However, it was the fifth time in eight Premier League fixtures that Spurs conceded two goals since his appointment.