Chelsea are looking to record back-to-back wins following their 2-0 victory over Tottenham at the weekend. Southampton’s win at Aston Villa last time out saw them climb out of the relegation zone.
What has been said?
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard: “The points on offer over this busy period when they come thick and fast are important to us.
“We know that, so we’ll do everything right in our preparation.
“We need to, particularly on the back of the few games before Tottenham, show another side to our game.
“Can we get our home form where we want it to be against Southampton?”
Southampton head coach Ralph Hasenhuttl: “I’m sure that we will have a fight until the end of the season because the Premier League is so tight.
“Teams are good but there isn’t much difference between them and some strange results will happen.
“We will also get some good wins when no one expects us to, so it’s more important to use your energy on things we can change.
“Mathematics is not the way we want to do it.”
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