Support Saints B in double-header

By SFC Media time Mon 22 Nov B Team
Photo by Isabelle Field | Kazeem Olaigbe

After back-to-back away trips, Southampton's B team are twice in action at Snows Stadium this week with supporters able to get behind Dave Horseman's side.

Attention first turns to the Premier League Cup on Wednesday, as south coast rivals Bournemouth make the short journey to Totton.

Both sides have a draw and a defeat from their first two group stage matches, with the chance to move up to second in Group A with a win.

Thu 27 Jan 12PM
Premier League Cup
Staplewood Campus
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Tickets are priced as follows for Wednesday’s fixture and supporters are encouraged to purchase in advance:

Adults - £3

Under-18s – FREE

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Horseman’s side then return to league action on Sunday, hosting high-flying West Brom.

Winning their last four Premier League 2 outings before defeat at Sunderland last time out, Saints will be looking to bounce back against second-placed Baggies.

Sun 28 Nov 2PM
Premier League 2
Snows Stadium
West Bromwich Albion
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Netting nine goals without conceding in their last two home matches, supporters can be a part of it at Snows Stadium with tickets available to buy in advance.

Adults - £3

Under-18s – FREE

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Please note for both fixtures parking is not available at Snows Stadium, but instead is provided at the nearby Calmore Industrial Park (approximately a three-minute walk).


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