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Stevenage Away in Round 4

After Saturdays cup upset of sorts, when the Royals beat Premier League West Brom 1-0, the fourth round draw has thrown up a potential cup classic. We will travel to League Two side Stevenage who were the highest profile cup underdog of the previous round.

They beat Newcastle 3-1 in a great tie and they will have home advantage against the Royals during the weekend of 29th / 30th January.

Graham Westley's side were last seasons conference champions and are playing league football for the first time in their history, so the tie represents a good opportunity for Royals fans to travel to a new ground and the tie will be a popular one for those sick of games against the Premier League big boys.

No ticket details have been released and there is a chance the game could be selected for live TV coverage on either ESPN or ITV.

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Writer: Steve Guscott  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday January 9 2011

Time: 9:11PM


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