Is Crystal Palace vs Southampton on TV? Channel, live stream, team news, time, odds and head-to-head

Patrick Vieira has made a good start to life as Crystal Palace boss (Picture: Getty Images)

Crystal Palace vs Southampton goes ahead on Wednesday night after other games have been cancelled due to Covid outbreaks this week, and it will be shown live on television.

Despite Palace being widely praised so far this season under Patrick Vieira and Southampton seen to be struggling, only two places and three points separate them in the Premier League table going into this match.

However, a win for the Eagles would see them fly into the top half of the table, while another defeat for Saints would have them looking over their shoulder at the relegation fight.

The match kicks off at 7.30pm on Wednesday 15 December at Selhurst Park.

How to watch Crystal Palace vs Southampton

BT Sport 3 will be showing the game live with coverage from 7.15pm and streaming available on BT Sport Player and the BT Sport app.

Crystal Palace vs Southampton team news

Palace are in good shape with only James McArthur out, although he is expected to be back by the end of the month.

The same cannot be said for Southampton who are missing goalkeepers Alex McCarthy and Fraser Forster, while Che Adams and Stuart Armstrong are also out.

Adam Armstrong, Armando Broja and Valentino Livramento have all been struggling but are in contention on Wednesday.

Crystal Palace vs Southampton odds

6/5 Crystal Palace
9/4 Draw
13/5 Southampton

Odds courtesy of Betfair

Crystal Palace vs Southampton head-to-head in last five meetings

11 May 2021: Southampton 3-1 Crystal Palace – Premier League
12 Sep 2020: Crystal Palace 1-0 Southampton – Premier League
21 Jan 2020: Crystal Palace 0-2 Southampton – Premier League
28 Dec 2019: Southampton 1-1 Crystal Palace – Premier League
30 Jan 2019: Southampton 1-1 Crystal Palace – Premier League

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