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Palace or Villa for Royals or West Brom!

The draw for the quarter finals of the FA Cup has been made and the Royals would be at home if they beat West Brom in the replay. Crystal Palace or Aston Villa would make the trip to the Mad Stad, with the two meeting at Villa Park in a replay in 10 days.


The sides drew 2-2 on Sunday afternoon with the Premiership side snatching a late equaliser, and twice came from behind against the Championship strugglers.


The full draw is -


Chelsea v Manchester City or Stoke City

Fulham v Bolton Wanderers or Tottenham Hotspur

Reading or West Brom v Crystal Palace or Aston Villa

Portsmouth v Birmingham City


The ties will be played on the weekend of 6th / 7th March, so if we do go through then our away trip to Scunthorpe will be postponed.




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The Journalist

Writer: Steve Guscott  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 14 2010

Time: 9:21PM

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A home tie, avoiding the favouries, is all you can ask for at this stage. Lets hope we can do it in the replay!
South Bank
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14/02/2010 21:24:00

On your home form, you will need some kind of holy intervention to beat Villa or Palace. Concentrate on beating West Brom first.
Stig
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15/02/2010 08:36:00

Were unbeaten at home since the beginning of December Stig!!
South Bank
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15/02/2010 09:34:00

 

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