Adrian Clarke looks at key tactical points and players who can be decisive in Matchweek 27.
With six goals scored at a rate of one every 204.8 minutes, he has made a big impression at St Mary's Stadium.
The 20-year-old reached double figures on loan at Dutch club Vitesse last term, netting 10 times, and is on course to match that figure in his debut Premier League season.
Broja is quick, strong and calm in front of goal, so he will need to be watched closely by Norwich City under the lights on Friday night.
Ralph Hasenhuttl has consistently rotated his forwards this season, limiting Broja to 13 starts, including just three full 90-minute appearances.
Eight of his 21 outings for Saints have come as a substitute.
All six of the Albania international's strikes have arrived via his favoured right foot.
Remarkably, Broja has scored more right-footed goals per 90 minutes than any other Premier League player this season.
|Player||Right-footed goals||Right-footed goals/90|
|Emile Smith Rowe||6||0.39|
* Min. 1,000 mins played
Some players require regular action to build rhythm, but throughout his successful loan spell Broja has handled being in and out of the starting XI very well.
With such a good temperament to match his ability, he must be regarded as one of the most promising young centre-forwards in Europe.
Five of Broja's six goals for Southampton have come from counter-attacks or turnovers.
Under Hasenhuttl, Saints are one of the most effective pressing sides in the league, and Broja's explosive speed helps turn those transitions into clear-cut chances.
Sprinting beyond the opposition defence to latch on to through-balls in the immediate aftermath of a turnover in both those matches, Broja showed how deadly he can be in one-v-ones.
His pace and alert movement means he becomes an instant outlet for his side, and he adds a layer of penetration that complements Southampton's pressing tactics.
|Player||Top speed (km/hr)|
Broja is quicker than Norwich's central defenders and on Friday night he will make dynamic runs in behind them whenever an opportunity presents itself.
He is proving to be ice-cool and composed in crucial moments.
Wherever his long-term future lies, Broja looks capable of plundering plenty more goals at this level.