The premier league fixtures continue today, with five fixtures scheduled for later today.
See today's fixtures below.
The most anticipated fixture is Arsenal's visit to St Mary's Stadium and if they will extend lead to 4 points.
The current premier league table looks as shown below.
If Arsenal beat Southampton, they will remain on top of the premier league until at least game week 17 even if they lose their next fixture.
If Southampton wins, they will move from 15th with 11 points, to 11th with 14 points, with Brentford ahead by goal difference.
Another Mouth watering fixture is Tottenham Hotspur against Newcastle.
Tottenham's win will retain their 3rd position with tied points (26) on City.
However, Newcastle's win will move them from 6th with 18 points (current), to 4th with 21 points. This means they will overtake Chelsea on base of goal difference.
Those are huge changes to the table standings.
What do you predict as the final standings of the table today?
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