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English FA Cup Draw
January 8th, 2008 7AM
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Havant & Waterlooville, the only minor league club still alive in the FA Cup, could travel to Anfield to face Liverpool in the fourth round of the English FA Cup if they both win next week's replays. Either Oldham or Huddersfield Town, both winners over EPL teams in the third round, will reach the final 16 after they were drawn against each other in the round of 32. The two guaranteed EPL clashes are Manchester United against Tottenham or Reading and defending champion Chelsea at Wigan.

FOURTH ROUND:
Arsenal vs. Stoke (II)/Newcastle
Coventry (II) vs. Walsall (III)/Millwall (III)
Oldham (III) vs. Huddersfield (III)
Swindon (III)/Barnet (IV) vs. Fulham/Bristol Rovers (III)
Wigan vs. Chelsea
Luton (III)/Liverpool vs. Swansea (III)/Havant & Waterlooville (ML)
Southend (III) vs. Barnsley (II)
Southampton (II) vs. Norwich (II)/Bury (IV)
Man. United vs. Tottenham/Reading
Portsmouth vs. Plymouth (II)
Derby County/Sheffield Wed. (II) vs. Preston (II)
Watford (II) vs. Wolves (II)
Peterborough (IV) vs. Charlton (II)/West Bromwich (II)
Sheffield United (II) vs. West Ham/Man. City
Mansfield (IV) vs. Middlesbrough
Tranmere (III)/Hereford (IV) vs. Cardiff (II)

SCHEDULE:
Third Round, Replays: Jan. 15-16
Fourth Round:Jan. 26-27

 



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