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FA Cup 3rd Round Draw

Ipswich vs Lincoln
Barrow vs Rochdale
Manchester United vs Reading
Hull vs Swansea
Sunderland vs Burnley
QPR vs Blackburn
Millwall vs Bournemouth
West Ham vs Manchester City
Brighton vs MK Dons or Charlton
Blackpool vs Barnsley
Wigan vs Nottingham Forest
Birmingham vs Newcastle
Chelsea vs Peterborough or Notts County
Middlesbrough vs Sheffield Wednesday
West Brom vs Derby
Everton vs Leicester
Wycombe vs Northampton or Stourbridge
Watford vs Burton Albion
Preston vs Arsenal
Cardiff vs Fulham
Stoke vs Wolves
Cambridge vs Leeds
Bristol City vs Fleetwood or Shrewsbury
Huddersfield vs Port Vale
Tottenham vs Aston Villa
Brentford vs Halifax and Eastleigh
Bolton vs Crystal Palace
Norwich vs Southampton
Sutton United vs Wimbledon
Accrington Stanley vs Luton
Rotherham vs Oxford or Macclesfield
Liverpool vs Newport or Plymouth

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It's a fix. The draw was actually Millwall v west ham but they have claimed it was a "rehearsal" and did a redraw.
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Sutton United v Wimbledon will be an interesting local derby.

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Old Redback wrote:Sutton United v Wimbledon will be an interesting local derby.
I would have liked to have been at Gander Green Lane for that one.
The boys from Gander Green Lane through to the fourth round with a home tie vs Leeds - a repeat of 1971.
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Yes indeed - been a long time since hosting Middlesbrough and Coventry!

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Old Redback wrote:Sutton United v Wimbledon will be an interesting local derby.
Which Wimbledon?

history stealers or franchise?
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History stealers. The Franchise will play Brighton if they get through to the third round.
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A lot of interesting match up's in that lot - I'm sure there will be a few upsets.

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Old Redback wrote:Sutton United v Wimbledon will be an interesting local derby.

Wow!

Has Chris Sutton has got his own team now. :?: :lol:
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Old Master wrote:
Old Redback wrote:Sutton United v Wimbledon will be an interesting local derby.

Wow!

Has Chris Sutton has got his own team now. :?: :lol:
Oh dear, have you been waiting since 1989 to make that joke.
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The boys from Gander Green lane repeat their 1971 achievement of a home tie against Leeds in the 4th round.
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Stitch This wrote:The boys from Gander Green lane repeat their 1971 achievement of a home tie against Leeds in the 4th round.
I hear the police will have fun with transport once the Leeds fans hit the south of London (tube doesn't go all the way to the ground)?
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Stitch This wrote:The boys from Gander Green lane repeat their 1971 achievement of a home tie against Leeds in the 4th round.
I hear the police will have fun with transport once the Leeds fans hit the south of London (tube doesn't go all the way to the ground)?
West Sutton Thameslink station right next door.

Ground capacity 5013 (seated 765)

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With Thameslink station being there, that will be a very easy journey for them . Just the one change.

Any good kebab shops round there for the travelling fans?
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Where will the home fans fit. I bet they move the game to a bigger stadium.

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Mr Red wrote:Where will the home fans fit. I bet they move the game to a bigger stadium.
I hope not. Just treat them like crap, give them a tiny allocation and make them pick up tickets from the motorway. In other words, treat them like they treat away fans.

The ground holds 5,000 - I hope they don't move it but The Den is available on the Saturday.
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God is an Englishman wrote:With Thameslink station being there, that will be a very easy journey for them . Just the one change.

Any good kebab shops round there for the travelling fans?
:lol:

Surrey Kebabs on the A217 Sutton By Pass (plus a couple of Indian takeaways) - about 10 minutes walk away :P

I think the nice little cafe I used to have breakfast in when I was working on the dust has long gone (the depot used to be adjacent to the Sutton FC ground).
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THE EMIRATES FA CUP - FOURTH ROUND

Derby County v Leicester City 19:55
Saturday 28th January 2017

THE EMIRATES FA CUP - FOURTH ROUND

Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers 12:30

Blackburn Rovers v Blackpool 15:00

Burnley v Bristol City 15:00

Chelsea v Brentford 15:00

Crystal Palace v Manchester City 15:00

Lincoln City v Brighton & Hove Albion 15:00

Middlesbrough v Accrington Stanley 15:00

Oxford United v Newcastle United 15:00

Rochdale v Huddersfield Town 15:00

Tottenham Hotspur v Wycombe Wanderers 15:00

Southampton v Arsenal 17:30
Sunday 29th January 2017

THE EMIRATES FA CUP - FOURTH ROUND

Millwall v Watford 12:00

Fulham v Hull City 12:30

Sutton United v Leeds United 14:00

Manchester United v Wigan Athletic 16:00

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Is that a list of the teams you support?


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ozzie owl wrote:THE EMIRATES FA CUP - FOURTH ROUND

Derby County v Leicester City 19:55
Saturday 28th January 2017

THE EMIRATES FA CUP - FOURTH ROUND

Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers 12:30

Blackburn Rovers v Blackpool 15:00

Burnley v Bristol City 15:00

Chelsea v Brentford 15:00

Crystal Palace v Manchester City 15:00

Lincoln City v Brighton & Hove Albion 15:00

Middlesbrough v Accrington Stanley 15:00

Oxford United v Newcastle United 15:00

Rochdale v Huddersfield Town 15:00

Tottenham Hotspur v Wycombe Wanderers 15:00

Southampton v Arsenal 17:30
Sunday 29th January 2017

THE EMIRATES FA CUP - FOURTH ROUND

Millwall v Watford 12:00

Fulham v Hull City 12:30

Sutton United v Leeds United 14:00

Manchester United v Wigan Athletic 16:00
Some of those score predictions are a bit blown out :shock:
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God is an Englishman wrote:
Mr Red wrote:Where will the home fans fit. I bet they move the game to a bigger stadium.
I hope not. Just treat them like crap, give them a tiny allocation and make them pick up tickets from the motorway. In other words, treat them like they treat away fans.

The ground holds 5,000 - I hope they don't move it but The Den is available on the Saturday.

I just hope the result is the same as when the two teams last met - Leeds 6 - Sutton 0.

Blackburn vs Blackpool also looks interesting. :D
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Stitch This wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:With Thameslink station being there, that will be a very easy journey for them . Just the one change.

Any good kebab shops round there for the travelling fans?
:lol:

Surrey Kebabs on the A217 Sutton By Pass (plus a couple of Indian takeaways) - about 10 minutes walk away :P

I think the nice little cafe I used to have breakfast in when I was working on the dust has long gone (the depot used to be adjacent to the Sutton FC ground).
No doubt wearing your cor blimey trousers and living in a council flat?
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What a result for Oxford !
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Nice One Cyril wrote:
Stitch This wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:With Thameslink station being there, that will be a very easy journey for them . Just the one change.

Any good kebab shops round there for the travelling fans?
:lol:

Surrey Kebabs on the A217 Sutton By Pass (plus a couple of Indian takeaways) - about 10 minutes walk away :P

I think the nice little cafe I used to have breakfast in when I was working on the dust has long gone (the depot used to be adjacent to the Sutton FC ground).
No doubt wearing your cor blimey trousers and living in a council flat?
A win's a win, but you have nothing to be cocky about this morning :P
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Stitch This wrote:A win's a win, but you have nothing to be cocky about this morning :P
Is our name in the hat? Nuff said :wink:
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Liverpool supporters are very quiet today, wonder why? :lol: :lol: :lol:
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THE EMIRATES FA CUP - FOURTH ROUND

Derby County ( 2 ) v Leicester City ( 2 )

Liverpool ( 1 ) v Wolverhampton Wanderers ( 2 )

Blackburn Rovers ( 2 ) v Blackpool ( 0 )

Burnley ( 2 ) v Bristol City ( 0 )

Chelsea ( 4 ) v Brentford ( 0 )

Crystal Palace ( 0 ) v Manchester City ( 3 )

Lincoln City ( 3 ) v Brighton & Hove Albion ( 1 )

Middlesbrough ( 1 ) v Accrington Stanley ( 0 )

Oxford United ( 3 ) v Newcastle United ( 0 )

Rochdale ( 0 ) v Huddersfield Town ( 4 )

Tottenham Hotspur ( 4 ) v Wycombe Wanderers ( 3 )

Southampton ( 0 ) v Arsenal ( 5 )

Millwall ( 1 ) v Watford ( 0 )

Fulham ( 4 ) v Hull City ( 1 )

Sutton United ( 1 ) v Leeds United ( 0 )

Manchester United ( 4 ) v Wigan Athletic ( 0 )
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Millwall v Northern Monkeys is on ESPN tonight.
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Lincoln and Sutton Utd into the final 16.

Millwall have beaten more premier league teams in 2017 than liverpool.
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