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Come in Number 9-FA Cup Third Round Draw

Come in Number 9-FA Cup Third Round Draw

The FA Cup third round draw will be made on ITV 1 today at 6pm (Sunday 28th November)as Premier League and Championship teams join the competition.

Burnley will be ball number 9.

There are 64 names in the hat from non-league FC United of Manchester (54) to Premier League leaders,Manchester United (24)!

FC United of Manchester are one of six non-league teams in the draw after being held 1-1 at League One Brighton. So the replay result is awaited.

Dover beat League Two side Aldershot 2-0 at home.

York won 2-0 at fellow Blue Square Premier outfit Darlington whilst Luton drew 2-2 at League One Charlton.

Droylsden play League One Leyton Orient on Monday so will feature in the draw.

So who do we want then? Well here is the full list of numbers to watch out for:

FA Cup third round draw numbers:

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 Leeds United
21 Leicester City
22 Liverpool
23 Manchester City
24 Manchester United

25 Middlesbrough
26 Millwall
27 Newcastle United
28 Norwich City
29 Nottingham Forest
30 Portsmouth
31 Preston North End
32 QPR
33 Reading
34 Scunthorpe United
35 Sheffield United
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 Sheffield Wednesday
46 Burton Albion
47 Huddersfield Town
48 Stevenage
49 Hartlepool United or Yeovil Town
50 Peterborough United
51 Notts County or AFC Bournemouth
52 Droylsden or Leyton Orient
53 Crawley Town or Swindon Town
54 Brighton & Hove Albion or FC United of Manchester
55 Southampton
56 Torquay United
57 Charlton Athletic or Luton Town
58 Colchester United
59 Hereford United or Lincoln City
60 Port Vale or Accrington Stanley
61 Wycombe Wanderers
62 Carlisle United
63 Dover Athletic
64 York City

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Writer:turfmanphil
Date:Sunday November 28 2010
Time: 4:52PM

Comments

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Time to play Rovers? ;-)
turfmanphil
28/11/2010 16:57:00
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Bolton at home again, I missed first game as I was on Holiday. I wouldn't mind Rovers. Or any of the big five (Chelski, Utd, City, Arsenal, Spurs) at home. I wouldn't mind one of the non-league sides too, we'd probably end up on the telly. I'm pretty easy really!
skutter169
28/11/2010 17:17:00
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How about FC United at home they may fill the away end so a 10,000+ crowd and we win ?
Grimsby Claret
28/11/2010 17:20:00
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prefer it not to be a non league team. A lower league team at home or a new ground for me I think.
Claretdale
28/11/2010 18:02:00
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First ball out - all the excitement gone :-) Should win that though!
Claretdale
28/11/2010 18:08:00
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Port vale at the Turf
Totally_Claret
28/11/2010 18:09:00
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Robbie Williams at Turf Moor? Take That!!!
turfmanphil
29/11/2010 07:05:00
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