21/11/2015: Saints 0-1 Stoke

Saints lost for the first time in two months, following a disappointing performance at home to Stoke. Ronald Koeman's side looked sloppy in possession from the outset and didn't offer enough quality or intensity to break down a well organised opponent. Saints are now 8th as a result of the defeat. Read full report

07/11/2015: Sunderland 0-1 Saints

Saints maintained their unbeaten away record with a 1-0 win at Sunderland. Ronald Koeman's side played ok in the first-half, and pretty well in the second. Read full article

01/11/2015: Saints 2-0 Bournemouth

Saints moved up to 7th with a 2-0 win over Bournemouth at St Mary's. The home side tore through their opponents in the first-half, but were unable to maintain the same quality during the second. Saints stood off the Cherries, but did defend well, never allowing the away side a clear sight at goal. Read full report

31/10/2015: October 2015 Round-Up

Words on our current form, the recent fans forum, Maya Yoshida, Lloyd Isgrove and more Read full article

28/10/2015: Saints 2-1 Aston Villa

Saints progressed to the quarter-finals of the League Cup, with a fairly comfortable win over Aston Villa. Ronald Koeman's side struggled to create chances in the 1st half, but never really looked like letting Villa back into it after going ahead. Saints will take on Liverpool in the next round on Wednesday 2nd December. Read full report

26/10/2015: Saints U21s 0-2 Everton U21s

Saints U21s suffered their second consecutive home defeat against Everton at Staplewood. Martin Hunter's side made a fairly bright start, and had enough chances to get something from the game, but the visitors controlled much of the play and managed the game more effectively. Read full report

25/10/2015: Liverpool 1-1 Saints

Saints claimed a good point with a late equaliser at Liverpool. A draw was probably a fair result on the balance of play, with the two sides even matched throughout. Saints remain in 8th position. Read full report

24/10/2015: Football Grounds: Part 6

Football grounds from a Saints perspective part 6 - Everton, Exeter, Fleetwood, Fulham, Gillingham, Grimsby, Halifax and Hartlepool Read full article

17/10/2015: Saints 2-2 Leicester

Saints moved up to 8th; despite blowing a 2-0 lead against Leicester. Ronald Koeman's side looked to be in control going into the break, without playing particularly well. Saints couldn't get to grips with the ball in the 2nd half and Leicester thoroughly deserved their late equaliser. Read full report

03/10/2015: Chelsea 1-3 Saints

Saints notched their first Premier League away win of the season in stunning fashion at Stamford Bridge. Ronald Koeman's men were the superior side for much of the game, and could have easily won by an even bigger margin. Read full report

28/09/2015: Saints U21s 0-2 Sunderland U21s

Saints U21s went down to their first defeat of the season against Sunderland at Staplewood. The game was noticeably much slower than last week's thriller against Reading. Saints lacked ambition and any sort of cutting edge going forward, and were made to pay by a more clinical visiting side. Read full report

28/09/2015: September 2015 Round-Up

Thoughts on Ronald Koeman's contract offer, Luke Shaw, Paulo Gazzaniga and much more Read full article

26/09/2015: Saints 3-1 Swansea

Saints moved up to 9th with a solid 3-1 win over Swansea at St Mary's. The home side played good football for much of the match, and also displayed cohesion and tactical awareness that had been lacking in previous fixtures. Read full report

23/09/2015: MK Dons 0-6 Saints

Saints eased their way into the 4th round of the League Cup with a thumping win over MK Dons. Ronald Koeman's men effectively killed off the game inside the first 10 minutes, but managed to maintain the same tempo and quality going forward throughout. Saints will host Aston Villa at St Mary's in the next round. Read full report

21/09/2015: Reading U21s 2-5 Saints U21s

Saints U21s moved to the top of the table with a 5-2 win over Reading at Wycombe. The first-half was incredible frenetic, with both sides really going for it. Saints took control in the second, tightening up and seeing the game out in a professional manner. Read full report

20/09/2015: Saints 2-3 Man United

Saints' disappointing start to the season continued at St Mary's with a 3-2 defeat to Manchester United. Ronald Koeman's side started incredibly brightly, only to completely fall apart after 30 minutes. The home side did threaten to mount a comeback during the last 10, but were thwarted by some inspired David de Gea saves. Read full report