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Could Be Stoke Away in FA Cup Sixth Round !

Could Be Stoke Away in FA Cup Sixth Round !

Burnley now know their potential opponents in the FA Cup Quarter Finals should we defeat West Ham at the Boleyn Ground in the 5th round tie on Monday night.

The draw was made this afternoon (Sunday 20th) on ITV1 and our joint ball with West Ham (Number 1) was the second out of the hat meaning we will now play Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium in the FA Cup quarter final should we dispose of West Ham.

Not a particularly good draw to be honest and it is always difficult to come away with anything from the Britannia but let's think about defeating West Ham first.

If we beat the Hammers our quarter final against Stoke City will take place sometime over the weekend of 12/13 March.

FA CUP QUARTER-FINAL DRAW

Stoke City v West Ham/Burnley
Man City/Aston Villa v Everton/Reading
Birmingham City v Fulham/Bolton
Man Utd v Leyton Orient/Arsenal

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Writer:turfmanphil
Date:Sunday February 20 2011
Time: 9:39AM

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Horrible draw to be honest but heh ho! [Edited by turfmanphil]
turfmanphil
20/02/2011 09:45:00
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Thrilling draw for us not. However we would be only championship side in Quarter finals if we go through and Reading lose!
skutter169
20/02/2011 17:16:00
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Man U, Arsenal or Man City if they both win through, they imo are the only top top teams left, so we have a chance as both WHU and Stoke are games we could win which then takes you to a Semi Final, why not?
VinRogue
21/02/2011 09:45:00
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