Southampton vs Manchester United Live Streaming, English Premier League

Southampton welcome Manchester United to the St Mary’s Stadium for the last game of the English Premier League 2014 season. Manchester United  stand to qualify for the Europa League if they win the game and Tottenham don’t win against Aston Villa. To watch the Southampton vs Manchester United Live Streaming, click here.

Only Chelsea (nine), Arsenal, Liverpool (both eight) and Manchester City (six) have won more English Premier League home games against Manchester United than Southampton (five).

SOUTHAMPTON FACTS

1- Southampton have already achieved their highest ever Premier League points tally (55).

2- Southampton have lost each of their last four English Premier League games played on a Sunday.

3- Adam Lallana has created more goalscoring chances than any other English player in the Premier League this season (69).

MANCHESTER UNITED FACTS

1- Robin van Persie has scored five goals in five Barclays Premier League appearances against Southampton (four in three for Man Utd).

2- Manchester United (63 points), on the other hand, will finish the season on their lowest ever points tally in a Premier League campaign regardless of the result in this game (previous lowest was 75 points in 2003-04 & 1996-97).

3- However, should Manchester United win this game they’ll finish the season with more points away from home than any other side (currently 33 from 18 away games).

4- Manchester United have won just two and lost five of their 10 English Premier League games on a Sunday this season (W2 D3 L5).

5- Manchester United are the only side in English Premier League history to have won more than two points a game on average in the month of May (2.03).

6- Manchester United have conceded the highest proportion of goals from outside the box in the Premier League this season (21%).

7- This is the first season that Manchester United have failed to win at least 11 of their home games.

LAST THREE MEETINGS

Manchester United 1 (Van Persie) Southampton 1 (Lallana) Premier League, October 2013

Manchester United 2 (Rooney) Southampton 1 (Rodriguez) Premier League, January 2013

Southampton 2 (Lambert, Schneiderlin) Manchester United 3 (Van Persie) Premier League, September 2012