Look out Man United as Premier League takes centre stage after World Cup internationals

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Manchester United host high flying Southampton as the Premier League kicks back into action and will have to shake off international hangovers to collect the points, say the experts at football.co.uk who closely cover the Premier League.

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We will be following this match with live coverage, starting with pre-match previews, features, the match live as well as all the stats our fans come to expect from us.

Manchester United host high flying Southampton as the Premier League kicks back into action and will have to shake off international hangovers to collect the points say the experts at football.co.uk who closely cover the Premier League.

Manchester United had much of their first team competing in the World Cup qualifiers notably for England and will no doubt not be as fresh as Southampton coming into this crucial tie. Southampton, who have had a dream start to the season and top United by 4 points and five places, having only lost once away in the league will certainly be up for this encounter. United, who sit in an unfamiliar 9th, need to start closing the gap on the top 4 and a win against a form side could transform their season as the Premier League heads for the ten games played mark. Football.co.uk will be following Manchester United v Southampton live.

Head of Operations at DSG, Matthew Tait had this to say, “Of all of the fixtures in the league this coming weekend, this one is the stand-out match for me although I expect Manchester City will not have it all their own way against West Ham. We will be following this match with live coverage, starting with pre-match previews, features, the match live as well as all the stats our fans come to expect from us. It will be a great game I am sure.”

Simon Boynton, Managing Director of DSG believes that Football.co.uk will be the perfect venue for Manchester United and Southampton fans “We have a great platform for Manchester United Fans to watch and follow the game online in football.co.uk and would love people to get involved and discuss the games on our football forums.”

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