South Londoners Crystal Palace have their sights set on another Premier League ahead of their home clash with Southampton on Wednesday night.The Eagles ended their three-match losing run in the English top flight with the 3-1 home win over Merseyside giants Everton on Sunday and they can take their winning run to two games with victory over Saints who are depleted at the moment.

Ahead of their trip to face Palace at Selhurst Park, Southampton have a lot of injury worries and they could be without seven first team players. Two of those seven first team players are their top two goalkeepers namely Alex McCarthy and Fraser Foster. The Saints signed 40-year-old goalkeeper Willy Caballero on a short-term deal until January in the bid to cover up for the injuries to the two goalkeepers. McCarthy sustained a hamstring problem during the recent home league game against Brighton & Hove Albion and he has been ruled out of action until next month, while Foster is expected to make an earlier return than McCarthy. Foster has been struggling with a groin injury, but he’s on course to return to the Saints squad for the Brentford game at the weekend.

Apart from Foster and McCarthy, Scotland national team striker Che Adams (hamstring) and his international teammate Stuart  Armstrong (calf) have both been ruled out of the Palace game, while the trio of Valentino Livramento, Armando Broja and Adam Armstong are doubts for the game.

Ahead of the Palace game, Southampton are on a five-match losing run in the league. The Saints have not won a Premier League game since the start of  last month.The Saints have not won a league game since they saw off Aston Villa 1-0 thanks to the third minute strike from summer signing Adam Armstrong who joined the club from English Championship club Blackburn Rovers.