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FA Cup Third Round Draw-Come in Number 9!

FA Cup Third Round Draw-Come in Number 9!

The draw for the Third Round Proper of the FA Cup sponsored by EON takes place this Sunday 29th November, with two special Olympic guests at Wembley to make it.Sir Steven Redgrave and Kelly Smith will be present to draw out the balls

All the Premiership and Championship clubs now enter the competition including the Clarets. We will have the Number 9 ball.

The full draw numbers are as follows and we have highlighted some of the ones you might want to watch out for:

The draw numbers are as follows:-

1 ARSENAL
2 Aston Villa
3 Barnsley
4 Birmingham City
5 BLACKBURN ROVERS
6 Blackpool
7 Bolton Wanderers
8 Bristol City
9 BURNLEY
10 Cardiff City
11 CHELSEA
12 Coventry City
13 Crystal Palace
14 Derby County
15 Doncaster Rovers
16 Everton
17 Fulham
18 Hull City
19 Ipswich Town
20 Leicester City
21 LIVERPOOL
22 Manchester City
23 MANCHESTER UNITED
24 Middlesbrough
25 Newcastle United
26 Nottingham Forest
27 Peterborough United
28 Plymouth Argyle
29 Portsmouth
30 PRESTON NORTH END
31 Queens Park Rangers
32 Reading
33 Scunthorpe United
34 Sheffield United
35 Sheffield Wednesday
36 Stoke City
37 Sunderland
38 Swansea City
39 Tottenham Hotspur
40 Watford
41 West Bromwich Albion
42 West Ham United
43 Wigan Athletic
44 Wolverhampton Wanderers
45 Northwich Victoria or Lincoln City
46 Northampton Town or Southampton
47 Hereford United or Colchester United
48 Tranmere Rovers or Aldershot Town
49 Kettering Town or Leeds United
50 Gillingham or Burton Albion
51 Wrexham or Swindon Town
52 Brighton & Hove Albion or Rushden & Diamonds
53 Rotherham United or Luton Town
54 Milton Keynes Dons or Exeter City
55 Brentford or Walsall
56 Carlisle United or Norwich City
57 Accrington Stanley or Barnet
58 Oxford United or Barrow
59 AFC Bournemouth or Notts County
60 Stockport County or Torquay United

So who do you a fancy, one of teh big teams at this stage or an easy peasy one from the lower divisions? Why not tell us below this article?



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:turfmanphil
Date:Wednesday November 25 2009
Time: 7:00PM

Comments

0
As a premiership club - this is now completely different. Previously I wanted a big tie - Now i want a home game against a lower league team - see how far we can get.
Claretdale
25/11/2009 19:21:00
0
Think I do too, we have enough playing the big guns in the Prem League now
turfmanphil
25/11/2009 19:29:00
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Last 4 fixtures missing off this list, I reckon: Staines Town v Millwall Cambridge United v York City Bath City v Forest Green Rovers Port Vale v Huddersfield Town Wouldn't mind seeing Clarets up against Cambs Utd again - I saw them at the Abbey Stadium in '94(?) when David Eyres played a blinder. Accy Stanley would have a bit of atmosphere, though! Nice to avoid the big guns - save them for the last 8.
saigonclaret
26/11/2009 16:56:00
0
Just checked it: Cambs Utd 2:4 Burnley 7 Jan 1995
saigonclaret
26/11/2009 17:03:00
0
Plymouth away would suit me in terms of travel and almost certainly getting a ticket! Emotionally, I wouldn't mind an early chance to level things up against R***rs... So, come in number 5: your time is up!
Couch Potato
26/11/2009 17:18:00
0
I would not mind Blackpool,Preston or Rovers
8clarets8
26/11/2009 18:43:00
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Would you mind any of that lot away 8c8? Not sure I would want to play em at their place! They would be up for it although Blackburn could be a different dynamic. Wouldn't mind PNE/'Pool at home though, the look on their faces when they see the difference that 'Fortress Turf Moor' could now have would be priceless!
turfmanphil
26/11/2009 18:58:00
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Yep I wouldn't mind away either although maybe I should through Accrington Stanley into the hat as well, now that would be interesting if we played our reserves Home would be Away and Away would be Home
8clarets8
26/11/2009 19:14:00
0
Throw Accrington Stanley*
8clarets8
26/11/2009 19:23:00
0
I don't know why but I fear playing one of the clubs from the lower leagues below the Championship or even non-league, especially away. Banana skins and all that and no motivation! I remember losing 1-0 at home to non-League Wimbledon as they were then in the 70s, hiding to nothing
turfmanphil
26/11/2009 21:42:00
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