Roll up, roll up folks, this is it. The big one. The one you've all been waiting for. It's the War of the Worst, the Battle of the B*llocks, the Struggle of the Sh*ttest. That's right ladies and gents, the 2 worst teams in the league are ready to go head to head to see if one of them is able to somehow fluke a win at the other's expense. In the red corner we have Southampton, who can currently boast 1 more point than Watford despite having the worst defensive record in the league with a shocking 31 goals conceded from 13 games. My personal thanks goes out to the Saints for their humiliating 9-0 defeat at home to Leicester, which helped divert attention away from some other embarrassingly large loss that happened earlier this season, selective memory is preventing me from discussing further details. Despite a credible 2-2 draw with THE Arsenal (conceding in the very last minute), the Saints have now gone 8 games without a win. Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl had called on his team to turn "nasty" in order to survive - let's face it, it only takes a bit of desire to have success against Watford these days and the Saints will be confident of putting their winless streak to an end. In the blue (or maybe yellow) corner we have the Mighty Hornets, rock bottom of the table following yet another abject display at home to Burnley. At time of writing we have yet to see the club's official channels post the eagerly-anticipated picture of the Vicarage Road corner flag, so we can assume the QSF will remain at the helm and we can expect more of the same dull, heartless and goal-less football that we have had to become accustomed to this season. The loyal travelling Hornets get to enjoy yet another turgid display at St. Mary's followed by a minimum of 30 minutes queuing for the bridge to cross the railway and the inevitable wade through the underpass that always seems to be flooded even in dry weather. Predicted teams - who cares really. Both teams will feature defenders who can't defend and attackers who are also a bit sh*t. Deeney may well be fit to start and should be able to fit our current hideous style better than the hapless Gray. Meanwhile Ings will be looking to make it 3 goals in 3 games for the hosts. I will be there as I hate myself. But what better way to go through torture than surrounded by pie-eating strangers with BO that you have just the 1 thing in common with, ey? COYH Here are some Southampton buildings that sadly are still more attractive than our football this season. The famous Wyndham Court. At least it has a tree. This is genuinely Grade II listed... Give me the Southampton Uni Maths block over Femenia any day of the week... City Gateway - nominated for "Ugliest New Building" in 2016. I don't actually mind this one so much. As long as it is in Southampton. Where I don't have to see it ever.