Wolves face Southampton at the Molineux Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 29. Here’s all the info you need to watch.
One of the newest members of the Premier League will welcome another foe to their home ground on Saturday as Southampton visit Wolves at the Molineux. The Saints come in to Saturday’s game following last week’s 3-0 defeat at the hands of league leaders Liverpool. They’ll be looking to bounce back away at Wolves this week. Former Liverpool striker Danny Ings is Southampton’s leading scorer with three goals so far this season, and they’ll likely rely on him in Saturday’s game as well.
Saturday’s hosts, Wolves, have managed to get off to a relatively successful start. In their first season back in England’s top league, they currently sit in 10th place with one loss in their first six games. Their dominance of the Championship, England’s second division, caused a great deal of hype and expectation for Wolves heading into the 2018-19 season. So far, despite having a fairly tough schedule to open the season, they’ve been able to live up to that lofty billing.
Neither team has been incredibly prolific offensively this season, as both rank near the bottom of the league with six goals through their first six games. Expect this game to be a hard fought affair between two teams at a similar place in the standings. Games like these often determine which teams finish where at the end of a long season, so this will be an important tie to keep an eye on, even at this early stage of the Premier League calendar.
The Premier League match between Wolves and Southampton will be broadcast online. Live streaming is available on NBC Sports Gold, which you can access with a subscription.
Date: Saturday, Sept. 29
Start Time: 10 a.m. ET
Location: Wolverhampton, England
Stadium: Molineux Stadium
TV info: Online only
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Wolves and Southampton have only played twice as Premier League opponents, with both fixtures coming in the 2003-04 season. Southampton was victorious in both fixtures, winning the first 2-0 at St. Mary’s Stadium, and the second 4-1 at the Molineux.