Wayne Rooney captained the side against Atalanta, but the former England star could return to bench duty alongside fellow strugglers Ashley Williams, Cuco Martina, Sandro Ramirez, Davy Klaassen and Kevin Mirallas. "You are asking the wrong guy".
He said afterwards he had a point to prove but Saints boss Mauricio Pellegrino insisted he had not made a mistake leaving Austin waiting in the wings for so long. Southampton started the season with 11 points in their first five games. While those in blue stood and watched, seemingly willing the ball out of play, the home side reacted.
"Pleased for Charlie, really happy with his goals".
The Toffees' 3-0 victory at St Mary's Stadium in August 2015 is their only win away to Saints in the last 15 years.
Injuries to Baines and Michael Keane compounded an awful afternoon for a defensive unit in total disarray.
"The team felt that maybe the other side were stronger than us and it is something that we can't repeat".
"I wouldn't go that far", Unsworth said, when it was suggested Everton were now in a relegation battle as they sat 16th, two points above 18th-placed West Ham United.
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"Because this group of players is under-performing and whether it's Ronald in charge, whether it's myself in charge it doesn't seem to be working so big decisions have to be made".
However, Tadic was more clinical in the 18th minute when Ryan Bertrand played him through on goal, coolly sliding his finish past Jordan Pickford. "But we are open to seeing the market and to check in which situation we can improve". The Saints had just five shots against Liverpool, with no shots on target. That will help nullify him as a threat. I do not know. The winger has missed the last month after suffering an ankle injury.
Southampton haven't scored in 10 of their Premier League home games so far in 2017.
For the struggling Saints, their problems this season are epitomised by their issues in front of goal.
He speaks very well in press conferences, protecting his players when necessary but unafraid to call them out on poor performances.