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English FA Cup Results
January 7th, 2008 8:55AM



Four Premier League teams fell to lower division teams in the third round of the English FA Cup on Saturday. Everton was the big loser, falling at home to third-level Oldham, 1-0. Also going down at home were Blackburn (4-1 to Coventry) and Bolton (1-0 to Sheffield United). Birmingham also lost to a third-level team, dropping a 2-1 decision at Huddersfield.

II=second level (League Championship)
III=third level (League One)
IV=fourth level (League Two)

Jan. 6

Burnley (II) 0 Arsenal 2
Derby County 2 Sheffield Wed. (II) 2 (tie)
Fulham 2 Bristol Rovers (III) 2 (tie)
Luton (III) 1 Liverpool 1 (tie)
Stoke (II) 0 Newcastle 0 (tie)
Jan. 5
Aston Villa 0 Manchester United 2
Everton 0 Oldham (III) 1
Barnsley (II) 2 Blackpool (II) 1
Blackburn 1 Coventry (II) 4
Bolton 0 Sheffield United (II) 1
Brighton (III) 1 Mansfield (IV) 2
Bristol City (II) 1 Middlesbrough 2
Charlton (II) 1 West Bromwich (II) 1 (tie)
Chasetown (NL) 1 Cardiff (II) 3
Chelsea 1 QPR (II) 0
Colchester (II) 1 Peterborough (IV) 3
Huddersfield (III) 2 Birmingham 1
Ipswich (II) 0 Portsmouth 1
Norwich (II) 1 Bury (IV) 1 (tie)
Plymouth (II) 3 Hull (II) 2
Preston North End (II) 1 Scunthorpe (II) 0
Southampton (II) 2 Leicester (II) 0
Southend (III) 5 Dagenham & Redbridge (IV) 2
Sunderland 0 Wigan 3
Swansea (III) 1 Havant & Waterlooville (NL) 1 (tie)
Swindon (III) 1 Barnet (IV) 1 (tie)
Tottenham 2 Reading 2 (tie)
Tranmere (III) 2 Hereford (IV) 2 (tie)
Watford (II) 2 Crystal Palace (II) 0
West Ham 0 Manchester City 0 (tie)
Walsall (III) 0 Millwall (III) 0 (tie)
Wolves (II) 2 Cambridge United (NL) 1
Replays to be played Jan. 15-16.


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