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FA Cup – Bournemouth v Southampton – Starting Teams, Goal Highlights & Result and all the latest news from this early kick-off at 12:15pm Saturday 20th March.
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- Bournemouth won their only previous FA Cup tie against Southampton, 3-1 in a first-round replay in 1953-54.
- Southampton are unbeaten in their last four away games against Bournemouth in all competitions (W2 D2), since a 2-0 Premier League loss in March 2016.
- Southampton have reached the FA Cup semi-final in just one of the last 17 seasons, doing so in 2017-18 before being eliminated by eventual winners Chelsea.
- Bournemouth have progressed from just four of their 29 FA Cup ties against top-flight opponents, though they did beat Premier League side Burnley in the last round.
- Only one of the last 13 FA Cup quarter-final ties to see a side from a lower division face top-flight opponents has ended with the lower-ranked side progressing – then Championship side (and holders) Wigan Athletic knocking out Manuel Pellegrini’s Manchester City in March 2014.