Hot on the heels of Southampton's 8-0 victory last weekend, Stoke are next to enter the firing line. Opta reveals whether the scoreline will remain decent.
"Stoke’s Asmir Begovic has the lowest saves to shots rate of any regular glovesman (53%)."
Over 3.5 goals is 3.55.
Each of the last four meetings between Southampton and Stoke have ended as a draw. The stalemate is priced at 4.1.
Both teams have scored in the last seven games between the Saints and the Potters. The odds of both teams finding the net are 1.9720/21.
No team with a striped home shirt has finished in the top four of the Barclays Premier League since Newcastle in 2002-03. Southampton are rated at an unlikely 8.88/1 to finish in the top four.
Southampton's record of W5 D1 L2 is their best at this stage of a top-flight season since W5 D2 L1 in 1983-84 (the season in which they went onto finish second). The Saints are 1.645/8 to win.
Southampton's style under Koeman is illustrated by their total of 199 tackles, more than any other side. They are 2.245/4 to keep a clean sheet.
Southampton have hit the most shots on target in the Premier League this season (50) while Stoke have allowed the least on their own goal (20). Under 2.5 goals is 1.9210/11, with overs at 2.021/1.
Southampton have the best penalty record of any regular team in the Premier League (53 taken, 51 scored). The Saints' penalty taker Dusan Tadic is rated at 3.02/1 to find the net.
Fraser Forster has the best saves to shots rate of any regular goalkeeper in the Premier League this season (75%). Southampton are 2.68/5 to win to nil.
Conversely, Stoke's Asmir Begovic has the lowest saves to shots rate of any regular glovesman (53%). Over 3.5 goals is 3.55.
Southampton have kept clean sheets in three of their last four Premier League home games. A 2-0 Southampton win is 8.415/2.