There are six Premier League games on Saturday as Manchester United continue their bid for a top-four finish, while Cardiff head to Burnley in desperate need of three points.
Burnley overcame Wolves 2-0 in their last home match after back-to-back defeats at Turf Moor and may be able to beat a one-goal handicap when Cardiff visit this weekend.
The Bluebirds are seven points adrift of safety and need a result in Lancashire, which may well play into the Clarets’ hands.
Burnley now look almost safe, with an eight-point lead over Cardiff, and should be able to play with no pressure. If they can grab an early goal, the visitors will have to push forward in search of a result, and that will offer the Clarets further chances on the counter.
Southampton are five points clear of the bottom three going into this weekend’s fixtures and they can give their survival hopes a huge boost by beating visitors Wolves.
Saints were beaten at home by Liverpool last weekend but do have three wins in their last five, and prior to that had won back-to-back home games including a victory over Spurs.
Wolves are winless in four on their travels and come into this game on the back of a demoralising FA Cup semi-final defeat after throwing away a 2-0 lead.
Saints may well be able to take advantage and a home win looks a strong option in this Premier League fixture.
In the late game, Manchester United entertain a West Ham side who have been woeful on their travels of late, with seven defeats in their last eight games.
United do have the second leg of their Champions League tie with Barcelona to think about, but they also have a top-four fight on their hands and so should name their best available XI, or close to, for this fixture.
West Ham have failed to score in six of their last eight away games and could be heading for another defeat to nil at Old Trafford.