Southampton will be looking to ease their relegation concerns when they travel to Watford tomorrow evening.
The Saints come off the back of a disappointing 3-1 defeat to Newcastle at the weekend and will be hoping for an immediate reaction.
That loss left Southampton five points clear of Cardiff in the final relegation spot with the side from South Wales only having three games left.
That means that if the Saints get a point tomorrow, Cardiff would have to win two and draw the other to overtake them in the table.
Although manager Ralph Hasenhuttl may be looking for all three to make it even more certain that his side will be a Premier League side next season.
The gaffer could look at changing the line-up considerably following Saturday’s poor performance which makes this a difficult one to predict.
It isn’t yet clear whether defenders Yan Valery and Jannik Vestergaard will be back from their respective problems for tomorrow’s clash.
Here’s how we predict the side will line up:
GK - Angus Gunn
Gunn has been solid since securing the number one position from Alex McCarthy.
RWB - Yan Valery
The youngster’s absence was notable on Saturday and the Saints will be much better off if he is back from illness.
CB - Jan Bednarek
Bednarek will be hoping to get back to his best after contributing to a poor defensive showing against Newcastle.
CB - Maya Yoshida
Another one who will look to put Newcastle behind them with an improved outing.
CB - Jannik Vestergaard
The Dane’s presence was also missed with Hasenhuttl hoping he will be back to replace Jack Stephens tomorrow.
LWB - Ryan Bertrand
One of the easiest positions to predict as Bertrand is sure to start again.
CM - James Ward-Prowse
After struggling playing out of position on Saturday, Prowsey will hope to be moved back to his favoured slot in a midfield three.
CM - Mario Lemina
Lemina’s return from injury was marked with a great goal off the bench. If he is fully fit he should be given the opportunity to impress again.
CM - Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg
The skipper will also look to get his Newcastle performance out of his system by guiding his side to a positive result.
ST - Nathan Redmond
If the same system is used then Redmond is likely to retain his place alongside the main striker.
ST - Danny Ings
Largely anonymous at the weekend and will look to impact the game more tomorrow.