Southampton vs West Ham: How to watch on TV live stream, team news, lineups & prediction

Grey Whitebloom
Southampton haven't scored in their last three Premier League home games against West Ham
Southampton haven't scored in their last three Premier League home games against West Ham / Warren Little/GettyImages
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A struggling Southampton side welcome West Ham United to St Mary's in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.

The Saints suffered a fourth consecutive defeat last weekend, getting turned over to the tune of 4-0 by Manchester City, stoking the flames of discontent around Ralph Hasenhuttl's position while snatching the Crisis Club of the Week tag.

West Ham, conversely, have battled their way to four straight victories, progressing in Europe and recovering from a shaky domestic start.

Here's everything you need to know about the meeting between one side in a slump and one on the surge.


Where are Southampton vs West Ham playing?

  • Location: Southampton, England
  • Stadium: St Mary's Stadium
  • Date: Sunday 16 October
  • Kick-off Time: 14:00 BST / 09:00 EST / 06:00 PST
  • VAR: Simon Hooper
  • Referee: Peter Bankes

Where can you watch Southampton vs West Ham in the UK?

  • Channel: Sky Sports Soccer Sunday (Studio Updates Only)
  • Streaming Service: Sky Go
  • Broadcast Time: 14:00 (BST)

Where can you watch Southampton vs West Ham in the United States?

  • Streaming Service: Peacock Premium
  • Broadcast Time EST: 09:00
  • Broadcast Time PST: 06:00

Where can you watch Southampton vs West Ham in Canada?

  • Streaming Service: fuboTV
  • Broadcast Time (EST): 09:00

Where can you watch Southampton vs West Ham Highlights?

  • Channel: Sky Sports Football
  • Channel: BBC Match of the Day 2
  • Stream: Sky Football YouTube channel

Southampton vs West Ham H2H Results (Last Five Games)

Southampton: 2 Wins
West Ham: 1 Win
Draws: 2

Current Form (Last Five Games)

Southampton: WLLLL
West Ham: LWWWW


Southampton team news

Tino Livramento is continuing his rehabilitation from a long-term knee injury but Romeo Lavia's return from a hamstring problem is imminent. The former Manchester City midfielder has missed the club's last four outings, all of which have ended in defeat, a correlation which hasn't passed Hasenhuttl by.

"He was a massive loss for us because of his injury," the Saints coach admitted. "But to be honest, when we have an 18 or 19-year-old player [he's 18] and you can’t replace him then we have in general a problem." That problem may come to an end if Lavia returns this weekend.

Southampton predicted lineup vs West Ham

Southampton Starting 11 (4-4-2): Bazunu; Walker-Peters, Bella-Kotchap, Salisu, Perraud; S Armstrong, Ward-Prowse, Diallo, Djenepo; Adams, A Armstrong.
Bench: McCarthy, Maitland-Niles, Lyanco, Caleta-Car, Mara, Aribo, Elyounoussi, Lavia, Walcott.


West Ham team news

Nayef Aguerd is inching closer to his first minutes for West Ham after an injury derailed his preseason. The centre-back will be deployed in the club's under-23s team before stepping up to the seniors to shed some of his rust, but David Moyes was optimistic about his involvement in the coming weeks.

Maxwel Cornet has been ruled out with a calf strain while Michail Antonio missed the midweek visit of Anderlecht with illness, putting his availability this Sunday in doubt.

Angelo Ogbonna limped out of West Ham's Europa Conference League victory on Thursday with a tight hamstring. Craig Dawson replaced the Italian but was also forced off with a dead leg.

West Ham predicted lineup vs Southampton

West Ham Starting 11 (4-2-3-1): Fabianski; Johnson, Kehrer, Zouma, Cresswell; Soucek, Rice; Bowen, Paqueta, Fornals; Scamacca.
Bench: Areola, Randolph, Coufal, Lanzini, Downes, Benrahma, Emerson, Potts, Coventry.


Southampton vs West Ham score prediction

Southampton haven't scored a Premier League goal against West Ham at St Mary's since 2018, when Nathan Redmond found the net during Hasenhuttl's fourth match at the helm.

That parsimony has been prevalent throughout West Ham's start to the season. The Hammers are averaging the third lowest expected goals conceded figure in the division (per FBref) - behind only the league's leading duo, Arsenal and Manchester City.

In what may be a more even encounter than the contrasting form suggests, West Ham could extend their winning run, clouding the murky future of Hasenhuttl even further.

Prediction: Southampton 0-1 West Ham

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