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That's it! Southampton beat Manchester City 3-1!
Goalscorer Steven Davis is brought off and replaced by youngster James Ward-Prowse as Southampton make their final change.
Silva comes off for Maicon as City make another change.
Slight worry for Southampton as Fox goes down injured and the hosts are forced to make a change, with Frazer Richardson replacing him.
Schneiderlin goes to ground off Yaya Toure and the returning midfielder's evening gets worse as he goes in the book.
Lescott makes way for Kolarov as City make another change.
Goalscorer Puncheon makes way for Adam Lallana as the Saints make a swap.
Milner comes on for Nasri in City's first change.
Clichy goes into the book after tangling with Puncheon in the corner of City's half and the Saints have a free-kick.
GOAL! SOUTHAMPTON! GARETH BARRY OWN-GOAL!
@GambinoDragon - 'hope the score stays the same, I'm in for a nice payout if it does! #saints'
@twowoods - 'Southampton are playing brilliantly. Deserve points from this game. But will they get any?'
@Hyltzzz tweeted - 'Southampton have been the better team so far,& deserve there half time lead,However it should have been a stone wall penalty'
@George_Bourne93 tweeted - 'poor first half for city but take nothing away from Southampton #Inspirational'
Jay Hogaro has written in - 'I wonder if Joe Hart will get as much stick as De Gea after that mistake. The tabloids might fill with speculation about Mancini buying another goalkeeper. After all he's had a few howlers this season. Then again I doubt much will be said about the matter because he wasn't signed by Fergie. As a Manchester United fan, I'm enjoying this one.'
The whistle blows and it's Southampton 2 Manchester City 1 at the break. It's been an exciting half and the Saints have really thrown down the gauntlet in those opening 45 minutes.
GOAL! Dzeko pulls one back for Man City! 2-1!
Lescott is tugged back by Lambert as he makes a charge and the striker goes straight into the referee's book for his efforts.
GOAL! DAVIS! SOUTHAMPTON GO 2-0 AHEAD!
A line from Sky Bet: Despite being a goal down, Man City are still a short price to win at 6/4 with Sky Bet, while a draw can be backed at 5/2. Aguero is the shortest price in the next goalscorers market (4/1).
GOAL! Puncheon for Southampton! 1-0!
@RorySBarnes tweeted - 'I think it's gonna be a good one. As good as City are, they always tend to choke against lower-table teams. A goalless draw.'
Macauley Fitzgerald says - 'Man city will be under pressure today as a draw could put man utd further in front at the top if city can't handle the pressure I go for a 1-1 draw today it won't be easy for city.'
@adrianeastwood0 tweeted - 'City need the win tonight, if they fail to produce I Think title hopes will be over. Good too see Yaya back though. Adrian.'
Stephen Chamberlain wrote in - 'Would like to wish my Nephew Joe Chamberlain a Happy 18th Birthday and he watches Saints have a good game a St Marys today.Saints to win 3-2 Lallana to score 1st..COYReds!!'
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