Ahead of Wednesday night’s Emirates FA Cup third round replay, southamptonfc.com looks at some of the key stats as Southampton prepare to welcome Norwich City to St Mary’s.
Saints head into Wednesday night’s game having progressed from 13 of their last 16 FA Cup replays against teams from a lower division.
Norwich, meanwhile, will be looking for just their second win in their last 15 FA Cup games against Premier League opposition (D3, L11). A 2-1 win against West Brom in January 2012 was their last success.
Southampton have scored in all but one of their last 21 FA Cup matches.
Norwich City have failed to win any of their last three replays in the competition, last winning one in February 2007, when they beat Blackpool 3-2.
Norwich City’s last visit to St Mary’s ended in a 3-0 win for Southampton, as Graziano Pellè scored before a brace from Dušan Tadić in the second half sealed a comfortable victory.
Harry Lewis will be hoping to make his home debut for Southampton, having made his first appearance for the club in the 2-2 draw at Carrow Road earlier this month.
Saints completed 517 passes, with an accuracy rating of 82%, against Norwich in the game at Carrow Road, while the hosts made just 312, with a success rate of 679%.
The two sides played out an FA Cup replay in March 1992, with Norwich City winning 2-1 after a 0-0 draw in the first game at The Dell.
Southampton have not conceded to Norwich City in each of their last three FA Cup home games against the Canaries.