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The Royals will play Manchester United away in the fifth round of the FA Cup. Ties take place on the weekend of 17th February.

Steve Coppell's men have put in two very good performances against Sir Alex Ferguson's team already this season, drawing 1-1 at Madejski Stadium before a very narrow 3-2 defeat at Old Trafford.

The full draw is as follows:

Arsenal / Bolton vs Blackburn

Bristol City / Middlesbrough vs West Brom

Chelsea vs Blackpool / Norwich

Fulham vs Tottenham

Man Utd vs Reading

Plymouth vs Derby County

Preston vs Man City

Watford vs Ipswich




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Date:Monday January 29 2007

Time: 1:55PM

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Perhaps you might play your first team this time?
miked_joker
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30/01/2007 13:39:00

SC knows Reading have nothing to lose with this game, the players know they are underdogs, but often when teams are written off they out perform their bigger rivals. I will have a quid on you knocking them out.
col8
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30/01/2007 23:45:00

Hopefully it'll be a case of third time lucky against United!
Rogue
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02/02/2007 23:28:00

 

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