Sheffield United v Southampton Predictions & Betting Odds – 14th September 2019

Blades can pick up three home points

Sheffield United v Southampton Betting Tips – Premier League, 14th September 3.00pm

Sheffield United have suffered just one loss on their return to the top flight and look as if they are going to be a good match for most teams at Bramall Lane. Their home form is going to be extremely important for their survival hopes. Southampton had a poor start to the new season, but seem to have just gotten themselves going. Read our predictions for Sheffield United v Southampton.

Sheffield United v Southampton Betting Odds*

Sheffield United 29/20
Southampton 2/1
Draw 21/10
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on September 12th, 2019 at 1:16 p.m.)

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Sheffield United News and Form – Can the Blades beat Southampton?

It is a W1 D2 L1 record that the Blades have come up with this season in the top flight. That’s a good return for a newly promoted team. The one loss that they did suffer was at home against Leicester, United going down 2- 1 in that defeat. The Blades have hit the back of the net in all of their league games this season which is an excellent positive for them. Just before the international break, they battled their way back from 2-0 down at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea to grab a draw.

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All four of Sheffield United’s goals this season in the league have come from different players (plus one own goal). All five league goals that Sheffield United have produced this season has been in the second half of fixtures. They are not just grinding they are looking to thrive in attack with a bold game plan and they look as if they are going to trouble a lot of visitors to Bramall Lane. United have conceded the opening goal in all but one of their last four games. They have lost at the half time break in two of their four.

Sheffield United v Southampton Head to Head

This is the first league meeting since 2009
From four previous Premiership meetings, things are even at one win each and two draws
Southampton and the Blades last met in the top flight in 1994
Sheffield United have lost one of their last six at home against Southampton (all competitions)


Key-Facts – Sheffield United v Southampton

  • The Blades lost their last home game against Licester
  • Southampton are unbeaten in their last two league games
  • Sheffield United have scored in all four league games


Southampton News and Form – Can the Saints get three points at Bramall Lane?

After a poor start, losing their opening two games of the new season, Southampton are on a path to recovery. They took a win against Brighton and then played out a draw against Manchester United to move up to four points. They didn’t have much shape about them in their opening two games (defeats against Burnley and Liverpool) but it started to come back together for them against Brighton. They looked more like the Southampton that played so well to avoid relegation last season.

So with a bit of positive form behind them, they will be confident for their long trip up north. At least of avoiding defeat at Bramall Lane. Southampton will be missing defender Kevin Danso who saw red against Manchester United. They also have other key players missing in Nathan Redmond and Ryan Bertrand. Southampton were on a four-match winless streak of form away from home in the Premier League (D1 L3) before picking up their win at Brighton. The Saints have, however, conceded exactly three goals in three of their last five out on the road. Will their defence come under big pressure from the Blades?

Sheffield United v Southampton Tips & Odds

Sheffield United to win by a one-goal margin at 3/1
Over 2.5 goals at 6/5
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on September 12th, 2019 at 1:16 p.m.)

Sheffield United v Southampton Predictions

Sheffield United to win: The Blades look a very good team on home soil and the Bramall Lane faithful can roar them on to a good three points here. While Southampton have been improving, the Blades should have nothing to fear really. A narrow home win looks a good proposition.