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

Note:
II=second level (League Championship)
III=third level (League One)
IV=fourth level (League Two)
NL=non-league

THIRD-ROUND RESULTS
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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