Adrian Clarke looks at key tactical points and players who can be decisive in Matchweek 6.
Teenage defender Livramento has enjoyed an exceptional start to his Southampton and Premier League career.
Since joining from Chelsea this summer, the 18-year-old right-back has barely put a foot wrong, impressing with and without the ball.
Southampton's defensive organisation has been superb across their last two matches, with goalless draws against West Ham and Man City.
They restricted the reigning champions to a solitary shot on target at the Etihad Stadium, handing City their first draw in 31 league matches.
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Using his astute positional awareness and speed to pick up loose balls on a regular basis, Livramento has made 36 ball recoveries in only five appearances.
Livramento has also shown he is capable of making an impression inside the opposition half.
No Southampton player has delivered more open-play crosses than his 12, while he has also created four chances since his debut back in August.
After the first five Matchweeks, he is joint-top among Premier League defenders for attempted dribbles.
Of all the full-backs who have made at least 20 ball carries this season, he ranks second highest for the average amount of progress he makes in metres, outshining some of the division's biggest names in that department.
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That directness on the ball stretches rival teams and will keep Wolves on the back foot this weekend.
Hasenhuttl's faith in Livramento has been well justified and he is taking his opportunity to star in the Premier League.