The Premier League to continue tonight after taking short break with one fixture slated on Tuesday night.

Southamptom will welcome Brentford at St. Marys’ stadium on Tuesday to play their postponed Premier League fixture.

Heading to the match, Southampton have lost just one of their last five Premier League games {W1 D3} and they have conceded at least one goal in each of their last eight matches while they have 65% score percentage of their goals in the first half.

Ralph Hassenhuttle’s side have drawn their last three home games.

Meanwhile, Brentford have conceded at least two goals in each of their last five away matches and 69% of the Bees’ conceded goals mostly come in the first half.

Frank Thomas side wins have been obtained with a one-goal margin spree in their last four wins, while two of their wins had a margin of two or more goals.

The two unpredictable teams have faced-off 67 times in the past and Southampton have won 33 times while Brentford have bagged 21 victories against the Saints and 13 matches drawn.

However, the two will be meeting for the first time in the Premier League.

After booking FA Cup last 16 slot following a 3-2 win over Championship side Swansea last weekend, the Saints are hopeful to continue with the same form in the Premier League with a visit against Brentford.

Southampton who last featured in the Premier League action on 28 December 2021 in a 1-1 home draw against Spurs will be looking to extend their unbeaten run to three matches in the Premier League to move within four points off top ten.

The Saints currently sit 14 in the Premier League table with 21 points and can leapfrog their tonight’s opponnents if they emerge winners.

Meanwhile, the Bees return to Premier League midweek action after last weekend’s exertions in the FA Cup third round. Brentford defeated Port Vale 4-1 in the FA Cup courtsey of Bryan Mbeumo hatrick.

Their last Premier League outing was a 2-1 victory over Aston Villa in the new calendar year.

The win ended a three-game losing streak in all competitions and they are currently placed 12th in the Premier League standings, two points shy behind Leicester City in 10th.