Having beaten Hull in all five of their previous meetings since 2008, Southampton will be hoping for the same outcome when the teams meet at St Marys on Saturday.
Hull go into the game in poor form. The tigers haven’t won since February and despite looking relativity safe mid-season, they are now a major contender for the drop.
The visitors will be without Nikica Jelavic for the remainder of the run-in and will miss his goal-scoring presence on Saturday, whilst Southampton are still without long-term absentee Fraser Forster.
KICK-OFF: Saturday, 3:00pm
PAST THREE MEETINGS…
Hull 0 Southampton 1 (Wanyama 3), Premier League, November 2014
Hull 0 Southampton 1 (Fonte 69), Premier League, February 2014
Southampton 4 (Schneiderlin 16, Lambert 30 (Pen), Lallana 37, Davis 88)) Hull 1 (Sagbo 55), Premier League, November, 2013
Southampton have won seven of their last eight against Hull City (L1), including each of the last five.
Hull have lost seven and won none of their last 12 trips to Southampton in league competition.
Since February 1, Southampton have taken only two points more (11) than Hull City (9) and have played an additional game.
Saints have scored only five goals in their last nine Premier League matches.
Southampton to win: 1.53
Hull to win: 7.50
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