Southampton dropped back down into the bottom half of the Premier League on Saturday as they lost 4-0 to Liverpool at Anfield.

The Saints were able to get to half time with the scoreline at 0-0, before Liverpool turned on the heat in the second half.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain opened the scoring, before goals from Jordan Henderson and Mo Salah (2) made sure of the three points for the home side.

Ralph Hasenhuttl’s men are now 13th in the table, but only six points off Tottenham in fifth place. They are also only outside of the top half on goal difference, with Arsenal, Burnley, Newcastle and Southampton all currently on 31 points.

With 13 games left to go in the season, Southampton still have a chance to achieve a top ten finish. This is remarkable given that the club were in the relegation zone as recently as December.

They now face a stretch of five games against teams in the bottom half, but how many points will they pick up? Here is how we’ve predicted the next few games.