Manchester City vs Southampton LIVE Football Score 20 Mar 2022

Manchester City vs Southampton LIVE Football Score 22 Jan 2022

Manchester City vs Southampton LIVE Football Score 20 Mar 2022

Match Info

Start date: 20 Mar 2022 20:00
Location: Southampton Venue: St. Mary’s Stadium
Referee: Mike Dean, England

About the match



  • This is the second time in the past three seasons that Southampton and City have met three times during a campaign – when it happened in 2019-20, Saints won the only one of those games to be held at St Mary’s, prevailing 1-0.
  • Both Premier League meetings between the teams this season have ended level, 0-0 at Etihad Stadium and 1-1 at St Mary’s – the last side to face City at least three times in the same campaign without losing were Liverpool in 2015-16.
  • Since Pep Guardiola joined Manchester City in 2016, Southampton have won just one of 13 matches between the sides (D3 L9), the aforementioned 1-0 win in July 2020 on home soil.
  • City last met Southampton in the FA Cup in January 2007 in round four as goals from Darius Vassell, Joey Barton and DaMarcus Beasley turned a 1-0 deficit into a 3-1 win after Kenwyne Jones’ opener for Saints.


  • Southampton have only lost three of their past 18 FA Cup matches, two of which have come at the semi-final stage at Wembley (W12 D3).
  • Saints are unbeaten in their last eight home games in the competition (W6 D2), since a 5-0 loss to Arsenal in the fourth round in 2016-17.
  • Armando Broja has been involved in four goals in five domestic cup appearances for Southampton this season, including two off the bench in the FA Cup, setting up a goal against Coventry and scoring against West Ham.

Manchester City

  • This will be Manchester City’s fifth FA Cup quarter-final in six seasons under Pep Guardiola, only missing out on reaching the last eight in 2017-18.
  • Each of City’s four previous quarter-final ties under Guardiola have come away from home – and they have won all four.
  • No team has scored more FA Cup goals than Manchester City this season (10, level with Chelsea and Barrow).
  • City have only failed to score in two of their past 19 FA Cup games – with both of those matches being semi-final defeats, to Chelsea and Arsenal, in the past two seasons.

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