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Southampton closed a two-goal gap with less than 15 minutes left to snatch a vital point to draw 3-3 against Tottenham at St Mary’s on Saturday.

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As a result, Tottenham Hotspur (49 points) are 4th in the Premier League table, having squandered their chance to overtake Manchester United (50 points) to finish 3rd. The point moves Southampton (23 points) within one point of 18th and 19th-placed West Ham and Bournemouth respectively, but is now three points behind safety in other matches on Saturday.

Both sides were forced to make a couple of substitutions in the first half, with the players flying like flies all over the field. Richarlison went out five minutes later, followed by Armel Bella-Kotchap in the 8th minute, followed by Jan Bednarek in the 34th and Ben Davis three minutes after him.

It looked like Southampton would make it to halftime, but the score would still be scoreless until Son Heung-min found Pedro Porro with a brilliant through pass and the Spaniard’s right-back slashed the ball over Gavin Bazunu’s head from the underside of the crossbar and into.

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The lead lasted the full 44 seconds in the second half as Che Adams raced from behind to touch Theo Walcott’s cross right after the restart.

Harry Kane gave Tottenham the lead in the 65th minute when Dejan Kulusevski landed a fantastic cross with his left foot into the rear post. The Spurs record holder scored the most and shot right under the crossbar to make it 2-1. The score was 3-1 in the 74th minute when Ivan Perisic hit a bouncing ball through traffic to score his first Premier League goal.

However, Southampton refused to lose without a fight: Sekou Mara sent the ball head-down to Walcott on top of the six-yard box to score and give St Mary hope again.

As the saying goes, hope is a dangerous thing, especially against a team struggling to survive in the top flight of English football. There were real questions about the minimal contact Pape Matar Sarr made with Ainsley Maitland-Niles in the 90th minute, but video review confirmed the on-field penalty decision and James Ward-Prowse put it where Fraser Forster just couldn’t force it snatch an unlikely moment for the Saints.

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What’s next?

Southampton will continue to fight for a Premier League spot on Sunday, April 2 (9:00 am ET) when they visit another team currently in the bottom four, West Ham (24 points – 18- e place). Tottenham will travel to Goodison Park where they will take on another relegation fighter on Monday 3 April at Everton.

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The Saints are leaving, and recent victories over Chelsea and Leicester, as well as a draw against Manchester United, have given them hope to stay afloat. However, they have been terrible at home this season, winning just twice, and have the worst home record in the Premier League. They have also only scored twice in their five league appearances under Rubén Selles and while they are improving their defense, quality is really lacking in the final third.

Tottenham are counting on Harry Kane to take them into the top four once again and even Son Heung Min was on the scoresheet last week when they comfortably beat Nottingham Forest. Conte has shown he’s willing to take more offensive risks and Richarlison jumped at his chance to start last weekend. It will be interesting to see how Conte line up Spurs as they are favorites to face Southampton.

Southampton team news, injuries, squad options

Out: Valentino Livramento (knee), Juan Larios (adductor) | QUESTION: Kyle Walker-Peters (hamstring), Ainsley Maitland-Niles (undisclosed)

Tottenham team news, injuries, squad options

NOT REMOVED: Rodrigo Bentancourt (ACL tear, out for the season), Hugo Lloris (knee), Yves Bissouma (foot), Ryan Sessegnon (thigh)

Can Chelsea continue their upward momentum when the evil Everton visit Stamford Bridge in week 28 of the Premier League season (watch live at 11:00 am ET Saturday on USA Network and online via

The Blues’ top defense – fourth in goals conceded – is finally getting some help on offense, with five goals scored in back-to-back wins over Borussia Dortmund and Leicester City.


And that means Chelsea are looking forward to a return to the Europa League places and maybe, just maybe, a surprise top-four finish by the end of the season. The Blues have amassed 37 points in 26 games, good for 10th place, and 11 points short of fourth-placed Tottenham with a game to spare against Spurs.

Everton are currently 15th in the Premier League table but just one point behind 18th and three points behind the Premier League basement. Getting seven of the last 15 possible points has helped, but Sean Dyche knows that consistent performances are the key to faith.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Chelsea vs Everton.

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Can we see more of Christian Pulisic? The American playmaker looked brilliant in a cameo against old club Borussia Dortmund after a long break but did not play against Leicester City. Kai Havertz has scored in back-to-back matches and rewards Graham Potter for his faith as the Chelsea boss continued to take the ex-Bayer player out of Leverkusen despite a run of underperformance.

Everton have beaten Leeds and Brentford in recent weeks but have had problems with Big 6 sides, including shutouts at the hands of Liverpool and Arsenal. Dyche won’t have to look too far back to see a 1-0 win over Arsenal, a day when Jordan Pickford was a star between the sticks. Pickford has been instrumental in Everton’s last three wins but has also conceded a few goals in…


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