Southampton will be hoping to make it three wins on the bounce when they visit Everton on Thursday evening.

The Saints stunned former Premier League champions Manchester City 1-0 at St Mary’s in their last outing on Sunday.

A Che Adams stunner, his first goal for the club, was enough to secure a memorable result on their own ground where they had previously struggled this season.

That result moved Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side onto 43 points with five games to play with them now looking at breaking into the top half of the table and securing the increased prize money that comes with it.

Everton were disappointing in their 1-0 defeat at Tottenham on Monday evening and sit just two places, and one point, above the Saints.

It will be interesting to see how much the manager opts to rotate for this clash because all 11 players put in a huge amount of effort against City (illustrated by having a combined running distance of 123km, eight more than City) with this game coming just four days later.

Moussa Djenepo joins Yan Valery, Sofiane Boufal and Nathan Tella on the injured list while Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg is apparently only a substitute option for Thursday.

It’s not an easy one this week, but here’s how we predict the side to line up: