Team news and stats ahead of Southampton vs Tottenham in the Premier League on Sunday (kick-off 12pm).
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Southampton winger Nathan Redmond is expected to miss Sunday's Premier League clash with Tottenham due to an ankle ligament injury.
Redmond suffered the problem during Wednesday evening's 2-0 Carabao Cup loss at home to Championship club Brentford.
Midfielder Stuart Armstrong could return to Ralph Hasenhuttl's squad having resumed training following a thigh injury, while summer signing Mohammed Salisu is building fitness as he awaits his Saints debut.
Tottenham will assess their squad after their gruelling Europa League trip to Bulgaria on Thursday night.
Jose Mourinho should be able to freshen things up if he needs to after leaving eight players at home, with Dele Alli and Toby Alderweireld among those who did not travel.
Japhet Tanganga is out with a thigh injury, but Serge Aurier will hope to shake off a training knock.
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- Southampton have won both of their last two home league games against Tottenham; they had won none of their previous six such matches against Spurs at St. Mary's before this (D2 L4).
- Tottenham have lost two of their last three Premier League meetings with Southampton (W1), as many as their previous 15 before this (W11 D2). Spurs last lost back-to-back league games against Saints back in March 2004 (three in a row).
- Against no other current Premier League side are Spurs on a longer wait for a clean sheet than they are versus Southampton, failing to keep a shutout in any of their last nine meetings with Saints (also nine v Liverpool).
- Southampton have won their first home game in just one of their 21 Premier League campaigns (D10 L10), with that victory coming against Blackburn in their relegation season of 2004-05 (3-2).
- Tottenham haven't started a Premier League campaign with back-to-back defeats since 2011-12. However, Spurs are unbeaten in their first away game in each of their last four Premier League seasons (W2 D2).
- Southampton have won each of their last four Premier League games played on a Sunday, as many as they managed across their previous 23 such games (D8 L11). Meanwhile, Tottenham have lost more Premier League games on Sunday than any other side, with last week's loss against Everton their 88th such defeat.