The third round clash will be the first south coast derby since April 2012, when the Blues rescued a draw with a famous last minute strike. But where are the team from that game now?
Keeper during the match was booked in 97th minute. He is retired now, his final club was a five game spell at Oxford in 2015.
The south coast derby was one of his last games for Pompey, he signed for Crystal Palace in May 2012 and remains with the Premier League side.
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Booked in the 27th minute, he retired after leaving Pompey in July 2013 after failing to agree a new contract with the club.
The captain during the game, he left Pompey for Leeds in May 2012. He has since moved to Wigan and then Charlton where he still plays.
On loan at Pompey from Man City, he had further loan spells at Blackburn and PSV before moving to Marseille in 2015. He signed for Hertha BSC in 2017 and still plays for them.
After the end of the 2011/12 season, Halford left for Nottingham Forest. He has since played for Brighton, Rotherham, Birmingham and Cardiff. He is currently without a club after his Aberdeen contract finished at the end of the 2018/19 season.
Scorer of that famous late equaliser in April 2012. He joined Leeds at the end of that 2011/12 season. Playing for a number of different clubs, he signed for Northern Premier League club Lancaster City in December 2018.
He returned to Pompey on a brief loan spell in the 2012/13 season. He went on to spend five years with Celtic and signed for Hibernian for a third spell over the summer. He scored on his debut on August 3, 2019.
After the end of the 2011/12 season, he signed for Barnsley. After a two year spell he moved to Bury. In 2017 he signed for League Two side Carlisle and has made 59 appearances.
Like David Norris he signed for Leeds in the summer of 2012. He has since played for Blackburn, Ipswich, Burton Albion and Cheltenham who he signed for in 2018 and has scored 16 goals for the League Two side.
Scorer of Pompey’s first goal in the game. He signed for Sunderland in 2018 and scored the only goal in League One play-off clash helping Black Cats to defeat his old side.
Came on as a sub in 67th minute. After leaving in summer 2012, he went on to play for Sheffield United, Oxford United and Arlesley Town where he was appointed player-assistant manager. He left the club in 2015.