Key moments so far
- Team news at 12.30 GMT
- Mark Hughes's first game in charge
- Wigan have overcome three Premier League sides to reach this stage.
- Saints bidding to book a place in the semi finals.
📍The DW Stadium, Wigan
This sight will be the reward for those of you who have battled through the snowy conditions this morning. The DW Stadium is ready and waiting.11.37
T-60 to team news
We will be discovering Mark Hughes's first Saints team selection in just under an hour. As ever, you can see it here first on Matchday Live. Stay tuned...11.33
we've got a huge following going to wigan, a following that we'll need now until the end of the season and we've got to give the fans something to grasp and allow them to enjoy their football again.MARK HUGHESFirst Team manager, southampton fc
Saints on the road 👏
By kick-off, some Saints will have travelled 830 miles in the space of two weekends to follow Mark Hughes's men to Newcastle and Wigan in consecutive weekends. Around 4,600 of you will be with us today at the DW Stadium; brilliant support at the time we need it most.10.43
Latics and Saints
Saints are unbeaten in 18 of the previous 19 ties against lower league opposition but the Latics have already eliminated three Premier League teams on their way to the quarter-finals. A win over Saints would equal a 40-year-old record set by West Ham.
More nuggets like those in our quarter-final match preview...
Hughes's reign begins
It's been the story of the week around St Mary's. Mark Hughes will take charge of the club he once helped steer clear of relegation as a player 20 years ago this afternoon and within 90 minutes of taking the reins, he could secure a place at Wembley. Do not go anywhere, this is a big one...10.22
GOOD MORNING, SAINTS! 🏆
Reasons to be excited today: Mark Hughes's first game in charge, a sold out away end at the DW Stadium, 90 minutes from a second trip to Wembley in as many seasons. Rise and shine, Saints, it's FA Cup quarter-final day!10.14
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