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West Brom Draw Reading At Home

West Brom Draw Reading At Home

West Brom have been handed a home tie against Championship high flyers reading in the FA Cup 3rd round draw.

The tie will be played on the weekend of 7th/8th January, 2006.

Full draw:

Hull v Aston Villa
West Brom v Reading
Fulham v Leyton Orient
Brighton v Coventry
Wolves v Plymouth
Port Vale/Bristol Rovers v Boston United/Doncaster
Sheffield Wed v Charlton
Torquay v Birmingham
Man City v Sc**thorpe
Newcastle v Mansfield
Luton Town v Liverpool
Preston v Crewe
Stoke City v Tamworth
Derby County v Burnley
Southampton v MK Dons
Blackburn v QPR
Arsenal v Cardiff
Stockport County v Oldham or Brentford
Norwich City v West Ham United
Ipswich Town v Portsmouth
Wigan v Leeds
Sunderland v Woking or Northwich
Chelsea v Huddersfield
Cheltenham Town or Oxford v Chester City
Leicester City v Tottenham
Watford v Bolton
Sheffield United v Colchester United
Nuneaton or Histon v Middlesbrough
Barnsley or Bradford v Walsall
Burton or Burscough v Manchester United
Crystal Palace v Stevenage or Northampton
Millwall v Everton

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Sunday December 4 2005
Time: 5:50PM

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