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Along with Leeds, Southampton are the form team in the Championship having picked up 16 points from their last six matches and are actually unbeaten since the end of September.
It is a run that has seen them close the gap on the top two to eight points and just one point from Leeds in third, and given the run they are in that could change quickly this week.
They are faced with two tricky away trips to Watford and Coventry and if there was anything to pick into their recent form, Saints have been less convincing on the road with their most recent away results including a 1-1 draw at Huddersfield and a 2-2 at Preston.
This next week could tell us a lot about Southampton’s automatic promotion credentials.
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Southampton Championship Promotion Odds
The Saints were priced at 9/4 to be promoted before a ball was kicked, but this odds have increased to 6/4, with the Saints fourth in the table.
Southampton Championship Odds
Given that they’re a whopping 13 points adrift of leaders Leicester, it isn’t surpring that Southampton are now 25/1 to win the Championship title.
Southampton FA Cup Odds
Southampton may have won the FA Cup in 1976 but a repeat of such a feat 48 years later is looking like a rather tall order. Not only are the Saints in the second tier now but the distraction of progress in the competition may come at the detriment of their promotion hopes.
With this in mind, the bookmakers are only prepared to offer odds of 66/1. The road to Wembley is a long and arduous one and even the most ardent Southampton supporter may decide to look elsewhere.
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All change at Southampton and the Saints faithful will hope that the good times can be restored to the South Coast. Russell Martin will be the man conducting the football traffic at St Mary’s and although it will be a busy season for them, it will be a busy season for those placing bets.
46 league matches before even FA and EFL Cup exploits are added to the equation. We will have all the best betting offers throughout the campaign and plenty of tips and insights to help our readers along the way.
Although there was a slight surprise when it came to Southampton’s relegation from the Premier League, there was a sense that the end of 2022/23 season was a fate that has been in the wings for quite some time.
Because for as much as the Saints have marched through the top tier with their ongoing conveyor belt of young talent, the output from their South Coast football factory has certainly declined in the past couple of years.
To the point where there has been a sense of diminishing returns at St Mary’s, the calibre of player personnel has decreased. The same could also be said of the men who took charge of the club after Ralph Hasenhuttl.
The Nathan Jones-era was as comical as it was forgettable, Ruben Selles was somewhat better during his end of season tenure but it also fair to say that the damage had been done by his managerial predecessor.
Now the slate has been wiped clean, as Russell Martin has taken the Southampton reins. His managerial record does not leap off the page when it comes to results, but his playing style is certainly one that catches the eye.
Martin’s remit is to return Southampton to the Premier League at the first time of asking and although it is achievable, there are questions regarding the way that Southampton will be setup for the 2023/24 season.
The new Southampton manager was previously in charge of Swansea and although there was nothing wrong with the football being played, it is one that needs an incredible amount of patience when observing from the stands. Does the Saints support have that patience?
If they do give the former MK Dons and Swansea manager the time to put his own imprint on the club, then their patience will be rewarded. If the natives get restless, then any hopes of promotion may take a substantial dent.