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Thursday 16 July 2020 21:31, UK
Team news, stats and prediction ahead of Southampton vs Brighton in the Premier League on Thursday (kick-off 8.15pm).
Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl will check on weary legs ahead of Thursday's clash with Brighton.
Saints are preparing for the second of three games in six days, the first of which saw them draw 2-2 at Manchester United on Monday.
There are no fresh injuries, but Yan Valery (muscle), Moussa Djenepo (calf) and Sofiane Boufal (thigh) look set to remain absent.
Brighton have no fresh selection concerns for the trip to St Mary's.
Albion boss Graham Potter is still without injured duo Steven Alzate (groin) and Jose Izquierdo (knee).
Seagulls top scorer Neal Maupay is likely to return after coming off the bench in the defeat to Manchester City, while Dan Burn and Tariq Lamptey could be recalled in defence.
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Brighton are safe, although they won't admit it. Brighton do play the right way but I have to admit I thought they would have changed their style up post-restart.
Graham Potter wants to play out from the back, but I was not sure he had the right defenders to do that. He has asked that of them and I thought they would be more vulnerable alongside the lack of goals in the team, but yet they have managed to get there.
At this stage of the season it is not about performances, it is about getting over the line - they have done it and congratulations to them.
Ralph Hasenhuttl has taken advantage of people questioning whether he should still be there, but Southampton have been one of the most promising teams since the break. People have suggested Southampton may be in meltdown off the field but I do not think it was as dramatic as people thought.
Hasenhuttl has got the players on board - they like his personality. They proved a point at Old Trafford yet again and have come a long way since the 9-0 drubbing at the hands of Leicester. I do think they will continue their form, and they will win comfortably here.
CHARLIE PREDICTS: 3-1 (18/1 with Sky Bet)