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Carling Cup R3 Draw 29/08/09 - 12:15pm

Carling Cup R3 Draw 29/08/09 - 12:15pm

The draw for Round 3 of the Carling Cup takes place today, Saturday 29 August 2009, live on Sky Sports - 12:15pm.

The draw numbers in full are as follows:

1. Arsenal
2. Aston Villa
3. Barnsley
4. Birmingham City
5. Blackburn Rovers
6. Blackpool
7. Bolton Wanderers
8. Burnley
9. Cardiff City
10. Carlisle United
11. Chelsea
12. Everton
13. Fulham
14. Hull City
15. Leeds United
16. Liverpool
17. Manchester City
18. Manchester United
19. Newcastle United
20. Nottingham Forest
21. Peterborough United
22. Port Vale
23. Portsmouth
24. Preston North End
25. Queens Park Rangers
26. Scunthorpe United
27. Stoke City
28. Sunderland
29. Tottenham Hotspur
30. West Bromwich Albion
31. West Ham United
32. Wolverhampton Wanderers

Ties to be played week commencing 21st September 2009.

Who would you like in Round 3?

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Saturday August 29 2009
Time: 9:29AM

Comments

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How about Manure?
Tudor
29/08/2009 09:35:00
0
i don't care who we get to be honest, bring them on!
arthur7171
29/08/2009 10:29:00
0
You can't ask for more than a home draw so I hope that we get one. I'd love to hammer Leeds United or gain revenge over Nottingham Forest after our FA Cup debacle last year. West Ham might not be a bad draw as whoever gets them may have a bye if they get kicked out of the competition!
Kevinho
29/08/2009 10:55:00
0
fulham at home, i'll take that
Deejayvu
29/08/2009 12:35:00
0
It could be better but it could have been worse. Does anybody know if they usually field a strong side in this competition as they don't exactly have a big squad and they are also in Europe this season.
Kevinho
29/08/2009 13:05:00
0
It should be a very good game against Fulham. Roy Hodgson has worked wonders with his squad and always fields a very organised side. It will be difficult to break them down and they defend as a team. City will need to show something special to beat them
Sindbad
29/08/2009 17:33:00
0
It will be a tough one - we never play well against Fulham but can't ask for more than a home draw.
Thaibluefan
30/08/2009 01:12:00
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