A feature interview with Adam Armstrong is the star attraction inside Sunday’s matchday publication, as the Southampton striker takes the SAINTS programme team on a tour of his house.

The 25-year-old, whose wife is expecting their first child in the coming days, chats about the prospect of becoming a father, and how he’s settled into his new life at the opposite end of the country from his family roots in Newcastle.

The United academy graduate, who made his Premier League debut as a 17-year-old for his boyhood club, is now preparing to face his former team as a Saint, as he jokes about split family loyalties this weekend.

The annual All Saints Day edition of the programme is packed with tributes to former players, associates and supporters, as we remember those who have passed away in the last 12 months.

Elsewhere, Ralph Hasenhüttl calls for a similar performance to the one that earned his side a point against league leaders Arsenal last time out at St Mary’s.

Cult hero Franny Benali shares his thoughts in his final column before the World Cup break, while club historian Duncan Holley tells the story of super fan Phyllis Colmer, who has been coming to watch her beloved Saints for 80 years.

The popular Junior Members quiz ensures there’s something for all ages, while tactics writer Sam Tighe casts an expert’s eye over Saints’ rejuvenated opponents.

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