Tottenham Hotspur look to get back to winning ways in the hunt for European football as one of this season's surprise packages visits White Hart Lane on Sunday.
Southampton play Spurs in Sunday's early afternoon kick-off, attempting to continue their fine performance levels this term.
The Saints' form has been stunning since the turn of the year, when they lost 3-0 at home to Chelsea on New Year's Day.
Since then, they have only been defeated twice in 10 Premier League matches, per Squawka.
Tottenham, in stark contrast, have lost three or their last four games. They have only managed to score once over that 360-minute period, as recorded by Squawka.
Here is how you can catch the action this weekend:
When: Sunday, March 23, at 1:30 p.m. GMT/9:30 a.m. ET
Where: White Hart Lane, London, U.K.
TV: Sky Sports 1/Sky Sports 1 HD
The Deconstruction of Tim Sherwood
The pressure is starting to pile up on Spurs' new boss Tim Sherwood, who has worn his heart on his sleeve since taking charge.
Sherwood has shown signs that the stress of being in the hot seat is something he finds uncomfortable, prompting regular outpourings of emotion following poor displays at home to Benfica and away to Chelsea.
This could be viewed as a strength in terms of passion, but in the professional world of football, where presentation and control is viewed favourably, Sherwood seems left-field compared to the other top managers in the division.
Percy quotes Sherwood, saying: "I think it’s evident they’re on my side and on the side of the club. My little rant has done them no harm."
France Football writer Philippe Auclair was expressive in his description of Sherwood recently:
Chadli shoots ten yards wide. Tim Sherwood repeatedly hits his temple with index finger, like some hyperactive woodpecker.— Philippe Auclair (@PhilippeAuclair) March 16, 2014
Compared to Sherwood, Southampton coach Mauricio Pochettino seems a cool customer, and his team reflects his nature: tactical, astute and technical.
If Sherwood cannot control himself on the touchline, it is arguable whether he can control his team on the pitch. Someone of Pochettino's understanding could exploit this on Sunday.
The Rise of Southampton
It is amazing to think that the furore surrounding the appointment of Pochettino was only just over a year ago.
The former Argentina international has been a revelation at St Mary's, playing an attractive style of football since arriving in January 2013.
But this beauty on the eye has not been at the expense of winning games, as it was with Wigan Athletic last season. Whereas Roberto Martinez's team were relegated, Pochettino's men have thrived.
They currently sit an impressive eighth in the Premier League table, per BBC Sport, just three points behind current champions Manchester United.
Pochettino has proved you do not have to sacrifice skill to get results.
Lewis quotes Lambert saying:
Obviously, having the gaffer here, I think that’s the main thing – getting him tied down to a contract. The sooner we hear them things the better, really.
It's early in his managerial career. I know he’s managed for a few years, but I think his potential is the sky, really. I think we can see that, and I think everyone else can see that, so it’s important that we get him tied down.
Will Tim Sherwood be Tottenham manager next season?
Southampton still have the outside chance of a Europa League spot, and a win at White Hart Lane will further the reputation of Pochettino and the South Coast club.
These could be a difficult few weeks for Sherwood as he attempts to hold on to his job for the 2014-15 season.
He must win home matches like this one, or he could find that Spurs chairman Daniel Levy's patience with him will evaporate fast.