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Baggies Face Wolves or Oldham

Baggies Face Wolves or Oldham

Draw in full:

Arsenal v Bolton Wanderers

West Ham United v Watford

Bristol City or Coventry City v Hull City or Middlesbrough

Chelsea v Nottingham Forest

Chester City or Ipswich Town v Swansea City

Cardiff City or Tottenham Hotspur v

Southend United or Barnsley

Barnet or Colchester United v Peterborough United or Plymouth Argyle

Birmingham City or Newcastle United v

Reading or Burnley

Derby County v Bristol Rovers
Sheffield Wednesday or Manchester City v Southampton

Crystal Palace v Preston North End

Manchester United v Portsmouth

Blackpool v Norwich City

Queens Park Rangers or Luton Town v Blackburn Rovers

Wolverhampton Wanderers or Oldham Athletic v West Bromwich Albion

Leicester City or Fulham v Stoke City

Matches to be played weekend of 27th/28th January


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Date:Monday January 8 2007
Time: 2:30PM

Comments

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good local derby to look forward too, should be on the tv but probably wont be seeing as they wouldn't want to show two teams not in the premiership!
dazza71
18/01/2007 13:24:00
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All parties will fancy going on another round this season, you have a good chance but do you want it to take your eye off the return to the Premiership?
col8
20/01/2007 06:09:00
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Nice to see Phillips is still doing the business for you. Local derby win as well, 7 points off the top of the table, things are going well for the dingles generally.
col8
28/01/2007 19:12:00
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good luck I think you can win aganist wovles or oldham
evo_dee4life
04/02/2007 19:47:00
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It will be a tough task if you are playing wolves ( Mick McCarhty-Great manager) and olham could be quite hard as they are first in their league (I think) so West Brom might find the tie harder than most people think it will be
calum72
05/02/2007 18:15:00
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