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The final whistle is blown by the referee.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Adnan Januzaj.
Foul by Sam Gallagher on Nemanja Vidic, free kick awarded.
James Ward-Prowse takes a shot. Blocked by Nemanja Vidic.
James Ward-Prowse produces a cross.
Juan Mata goes off and Antonio Valencia comes on.
Nemanja Vidic manages to make a clearance.
Shot by Danny Welbeck missed to the left of the target.
The ball is sent over by Javier Hernandez.
Clearance made by Dejan Lovren.
Clearance by Morgan Schneiderlin.
The ball is crossed by Patrice Evra.
Adnan Januzaj makes a clearance.
Calum Chambers comes on in place of Luke Shaw.
Nathaniel Clyne gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Patrice Evra.
Free kick taken by Luke Shaw.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Patrice Evra by James Ward-Prowse.
A cross is delivered by Javier Hernandez.
Victor Wanyama concedes a free kick for a foul on Darren Fletcher.
Javier Hernandez manages to make a clearance.
James Ward-Prowse is brought on as a substitute for Adam Lallana.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Adnan Januzaj on Luke Shaw.
Robin van Persie leaves the field to be replaced by Javier Hernandez.
Rio Ferdinand makes a clearance.
Header by Darren Fletcher misses left.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Adnan Januzaj by Luke Shaw.
Corner taken by Steven Davis from the right by-line.
Free kick taken by Michael Carrick.
Adam Lallana concedes a free kick for a foul on Danny Welbeck.
Luke Shaw takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Darren Fletcher by Morgan Schneiderlin.
Dejan Lovren manages to make a clearance.
Jack Cork leaves the field to be replaced by Sam Gallagher.
Artur Boruc restarts play with the free kick.
Centre by Adam Lallana.
The ball is delivered by Adnan Januzaj.
Juan Mata finds the net with a shot from the free kick. Southampton 1-1 Man Utd.
Foul by Victor Wanyama on Danny Welbeck, free kick awarded.
Juan Mata takes the free kick.
Foul by Luke Shaw on Adnan Januzaj, free kick awarded.
Unfair challenge on Patrice Evra by Morgan Schneiderlin results in a free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Michael Carrick by Victor Wanyama.
Jose Fonte makes a clearance.
Corner taken by Juan Mata.
The match restarts for the second half.
Rickie Lambert takes the chance to get an effort at goal. David De Gea makes a block.
Adam Lallana delivers the ball.
The referee blows for half time.
Michael Carrick on for Shinji Kagawa.
The assistant referee flags for offside against Robin van Persie.
Foul by Victor Wanyama on Juan Mata, free kick awarded.
Luke Shaw delivers the ball.
Juan Mata restarts play with the free kick.
Clearance by Chris Smalling.
Adnan Januzaj concedes a free kick for a foul on Luke Shaw.
Nemanja Vidic goes into the referee's book for unsporting behaviour.
Nemanja Vidic challenges Adam Lallana unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Patrice Evra manages to make a clearance.
Clearance made by Luke Shaw.
Shot by Jose Fonte.
Clearance made by Nemanja Vidic.
Unfair challenge on Rickie Lambert by Nemanja Vidic results in a free kick.
Header at goal by Nemanja Vidic to the left of the net.
Unfair challenge on Adnan Januzaj by Jack Cork results in a free kick.
A cross is delivered by Nathaniel Clyne.
Jose Fonte gets a header at goal. Chris Smalling gets a block in.
Rio Ferdinand manages to make a clearance.
Luke Shaw has an effort at goal and missed to the right of the goal.
Rickie Lambert scores with a right foot finish. Southampton 1-0 Man Utd.The assist for the goal came from Steven Davis.
Adam Lallana takes a shot. David De Gea blocks the ball.
Clearance made by Danny Welbeck.
Nathaniel Clyne sends in a cross.
Shot by Rickie Lambert missed to the left of the target.
Robin van Persie is caught offside.
Corner taken by Steven Davis from the left by-line.
Rickie Lambert crosses the ball.
Victor Wanyama takes the chance to get an effort at goal. David De Gea makes a block.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Juan Mata on Luke Shaw.
The ball is delivered by Luke Shaw.
Juan Mata has an effort direct from the free kick. Steven Davis gets a block in.
Jack Cork gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Patrice Evra.
Chris Smalling restarts play with the free kick.
Morgan Schneiderlin concedes a free kick for a foul on Adnan Januzaj.
Victor Wanyama takes a shot. David De Gea makes a block.
Clearance by Nemanja Vidic.
The match gets underway.
Poch hoping for strong end
Mauricio Pochettino hopes his Southampton side can finish the Barclays Premier League season with a flourish by defeating Manchester United on Sunday.
Saints are certain of an eighth-placed finish after a campaign which has attracted numerous plaudits and admirers eyeing talent including captain Adam Lallana and left-back Luke Shaw - and the manager himself.
"We always want to win and get the three points and we want to have a very good performance on Sunday. There is no exception on Sunday," Pochettino said.
"Overall the season been fantastic. Brilliant.
"I am very pleased with the great season that we had.
"I think between December and January we went through a really bad run of results, we had several injuries we had to face perhaps we lost an important number of points throughout that bad run.
"It is not just that we won games but how we played in those games that pleases me.
"We have done an analysis of everything we have done since we arrived here and from the moment we arrived here the half of that season and this season as well.
"We have definitely seen a progress and an evolution of this team from the first season to this season.
"We are very happy and proud with how this team has performed especially throughout this second season."
Winning at Liverpool in September was Pochettino's highlight.
"There were many great moments through the season, many amazing moments for this football club and also many bad moments," he said.
"There were many photographs and images taken and one of those could be that away win at Liverpool."
Meanwhile, Ryan Giggs wants to sign off his spell as Manchester United manager by leading the club into the Europa League.
Giggs' final act as interim United boss comes on Sunday at St Mary's - the last match of what has been a dreadful campaign.
Ever since he made his debut back in 1991, Giggs has never ended a season without having the prospect of European football to look forward to after the summer break.
But this year United are looking increasingly likely to finish outside the qualification places. Already without a chance of making the Champions League, United will miss out on the Europa League unless they beat Southampton and Tottenham lose at home to Aston Villa.
Many United fans want their team to finish seventh. The Europa League is far less prestigious than the Champions League and not qualifying for Europe can help a team's domestic fortunes - as everyone has seen with Liverpool this year.
Giggs does not agree with those who say the Europa League would be more trouble than it is worth, though.
"I maintain my stance, we want to be in Europe," United's interim player-manager said.
"We can only qualify for the Europa League and we will carry on trying to do that.
"It would have been in our hands now if we had beaten Sunderland (last week) because Tottenham lost (to West Ham).
"That was disappointing for us."
Europe or no Europe, whether Giggs will be involved with United - either as a player or a coach - is still up in the air.
"I am going to take a holiday as soon as the season finishes and discuss with family and friends what to do next," said the Welshman, who came off the bench for a 20-minute cameo in the 3-1 win over Hull on Tuesday night.
"It is not something I am thinking too much about, but I will."
Defender Phil Jones (shoulder) and striker Wayne Rooney (groin) are out of the match while goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard (illness) and defender Rafael (thigh) are doubts.
Centre-back Jonny Evans (ankle) is unavailable but 18-year-old striker James Wilson should be fit despite suffering a knock on his goalscoring debut against Hull on Tuesday.
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