We take a look at some of the key statistics behind Southampton's run to face Manchester United in the EFL Cup final at Wembley.
2 - Southampton are just the second side to reach the League Cup final without conceding a goal in the history of the competition, after Tottenham did so in 1981/82.
10 - Oriol Romeu’s impressive EFL Cup campaign has seen him make ten clearances, 2 blocks and 2 interceptions.
3 - Three is the magic number. As well as 3 clean sheets, Fraser Forster has averaged 3 saves per game in the competition.
7 - Saints have scored seven goals in the competition, with seven different scorers chipping in along the way.
44:11 - The average time of the first goal for both clubs is 38:30 for Manchester United and 44:11 for Southampton.
18 - Ryan Bertrand made 18 passes in the opposition half in the semi-final against Liverpool, with 77.3% success rate.
9 - Nine Academy graduates featured for Saints during the competition, with Olufela Olomola making his debut when he replaced Jay Rodriguez against Sunderland in Round 4.