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It's FA Cup 4th Round! It's Burton at Home

It's FA Cup 4th Round! It's Burton at Home

The FA Cup 4th Round Draw which has just been made at Wembley on ITV sees the Clarets play Burton Albion at Turf Moor.

The Armed forces were represented at this afternoon`s Wembley draw by Ableseaman Leon Cashman, Rifleman David Etale and Senior Aircraftsman (SAC) Neil Thomas

The tie will be played sometime over the weekend of January 29/30 and we will let you know excatly when once confirmed.

Burton Albion despatched Championship side, Middlesbrough 2-1 on Saturday in the FA Cup third round tie so will be no pushover.

They are though struggling in League 2 this season and are currently 19th, just six points off the drop-zone.

Paul Peschisolido now 39, the former Derby and Canadian international striker, is their current manager.

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Writer:turfmanphil
Date:Sunday January 9 2011
Time: 3:44PM

Comments

0
Well that should be an easy route to Round 5 but not very inspirational!
turfmanphil
09/01/2011 15:57:00
0
Lets have a repeat of yesterday but without the defensive errors.
Brompton Claret
09/01/2011 16:02:00
0
Well hopefully the new manager will have sorted it by then! Dull,dull draw though. We are on a hiding to nothing
turfmanphil
09/01/2011 16:09:00
0
dull dull draw? Cheer up Phil! As you said in your first post this should enable us to progress to round 5 ( If we play properly) - Another nice draw there, and who knows. We may get another trip to Wembley!
Claretdale
09/01/2011 16:28:00
0
Excellent draw - Burton at home was what I was hoping for and that's what we got. Good prize money for progressing and a great chance now of the last 8 let alone the last 16. A new manager didn't need a cup defeat early in his tenure!
CrosspoolClarets
09/01/2011 16:29:00
0
Naw yet another boring.no atmosphere sub-10,000 game at Turf Moor. FA Cup really doesn't have the appeal to me anymore unless we are playing a big gun or a local derby
turfmanphil
09/01/2011 17:02:00
0
Great draw, chance to try out some new tactics with the current players and progress into the next round. Getting beat at Southampton away or Torquay away, now that would have been a bad draw for me! Wigan away, local Derby would have hated that too.
VinRogue
09/01/2011 17:22:00
0
Wow. I think I would have preferred a draw against a "big club" away from home, getting beaten and missing out on the chance of another game and the prize money. I'm with you, right, Phil?
whentheballmoves
09/01/2011 17:28:00
0
Oops...missed my smiley. This is a good draw: exactly as most people above have said. Yes, we will look a bit silly if we lose. However, play to even 75% and we will win without too much trouble. PV were in 4th place; BA are in 19th, although they HAVE beaten league leaders Chesterfield twice. Before we drew them, watching the highlights yesterday, I thought that Boro's inability to score from one of about a dozen good chances, plus a wrong offside call cost them yesterday, and BA got lucky.
whentheballmoves
09/01/2011 17:31:00
0
Suits me, a comfortable win followed by a home tie against Sheff Wed. Then some real giant killing. Just think, a good new manager, FA Cup Semi's, and promotion. Roll on you Clarets.
cornwallclaret
09/01/2011 17:36:00
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