Southampton will consider a visit from Manchester United as an opportunity to regain lost momentum after successive defeats. United have won four in a row and are upward step in upcoming away game against Southampton. Both teams will look to maintain their position in the top three of the Premier League when they will take on St. Mary’s Stadium on Monday, 8th December 2014. Should Louis van Gaal force continue their winning streak?
Southampton vs Man United Match Time, Telecast in India
|Competition||Premier League 2014–15|
|Date||8 Dec [GMT], 9 Dec [IST]|
|Time||8.00 pm [GMT], 1.30 am [IST]|
|Home team||The Saints|
|Away team||The Red Devils|
|Broadcast & Telecast Channels||Sky Sports 1/HD, Now TV, Sky Go, Star Sports, TeleClub Sport Live|
United Kingdom: Sky Sports 1/HD, NOW TV, Sky Go India: Star Sports Spain: Canal+ Futbol, Gol Stadium Portugal: Benfica TV 2 United States: NBC Sports Live Extra Russia: NTV+ Sport Online Uruguay: ESPN Play Latin America France: Canal+ Sport Chile: ESPN Play Argentina Australia: ESPN Play Latin America Egypt: beIN Sports Arabia 1 HD Australia: Fox Sports 4 Australia
Southampton vs Man United Match Preview
Current form Saints: WWWDLL Man U: DLWWWW Southampton had a flying start of the season but it looks like that momentum might be fading away. Ronald Koeman side slip down to third with defeats to Manchester City and Arsenal. Saints midfielder sustained ankle ligament damage in Wednesday’s defeat at Arsenal while Toby Alderweireld was with a hamstring complaint which makes him a doubt. Louis van Gaal’s team appear to have turned the corner, winning their last four games. United struggled earlier on in the season but look like serious top contenders for title. Angel di Maria will not ready to return from his hamstring injury in time for the trip to the south coast while captain Rooney has been given the all clear after had a knee scan. In last 12 Premier League meetings, the Red Devils have won nine while Saints won just one game. It will be the first Premier League game to be contested by two Dutch managers.