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James Riley 01.06.2013
Back Ireland to send Georgia packing on the midnight train with comfortable win
Following an encouraging draw against England at Wembley, the Republic are priced at 24/50 with bwin to build further momentum ahead of Friday's World Cup qualifier with the Faroe Islands on Friday.
James Riley 17.05.2013
Saints will sign off Stoked despite Cortese and Pochettino exit rumours
Despite the talk of both chairman and manager potentially leaving St Mary's this summer, Southampton could be good value to defeat Stoke on the Premier League's final day.
James Riley 11.05.2013
Why Di Canio's "Champions League final" could require extra time
The Sunderland manager has proven adept at bigging up his side's fixtures thus far, but his latest showpiece occasion with Southampton looks good value at 11/5 to end a draw.
James Riley 03.05.2013
Expect ex-Saint Gareth Bale to spur Tottenham to victory against his old club
The PFA Player of the Year leads the market at 7/2 to net first against Southampton and maintain Spurs' momentum as the race for the Champions League gathers pace
James Riley 26.04.2013
Why the Saints will go marching on by beating the Baggies
West Brom have failed to win on their last 19 visits to the red half of Hampshire and in-form Southampton can ensure that run is extended on Saturday.
James Riley 18.04.2013
Expect the Swans and the Saints to play out a beautiful draw
Laudrup v Pochettino and Michu v Lambert - the neutral's fixture this weekend could just be at the Liberty Stadium and the form book suggests Swansea City and Southampton will share the spoils.
James Riley 11.04.2013
Jack's back! Wilshere return will help Arsenal steal march on top-four rivals
The Gunners' form has peaked at exactly the right time and with Jack Wilshere and Theo Walcott back in tow, they should have little trouble seeing off Norwich City.
James Riley 04.04.2013
Why clinical Lambert will give former boss Adkins a Royal awakening
Rickie Lambert has a better chance conversion rate than Robin van Persie, Wayne Rooney, Luis Suarez, Gareth Bale, Demba Ba, Carlos Tevez and Sergio Aguero and he can help Southampton on their way to victory at Reading.
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