Southampton have played ambiguously in the last 5 matchdays, but one trend is clear – the team is much more serious about top clubs than rivals from the second half of the table. So you could beat Chelsea, draw away with Manchester United (0-0), lose matches with Leeds (0-1) and Brentford (0-2).

Tottenham are in an absentee dispute with Newcastle over the 4th place in the table, which will allow them to play in the Champions League next season. Conte’s players should therefore not lose points in the upcoming match.

I expect both teams to score and most likely the London club will win. Southampton will score from a free-kick or corner and Kane’s efforts will snatch the win for the visitors.