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Man City Draw Stoke In FA Cup Fifth Round

Man City Draw Stoke In FA Cup Fifth Round

Geoff Thomas and Stephanie Moore MBE made the draw for the Fifth Round, with some interesting ties including Portsmouth's visit to Southampton, and the all-Premier League affair between Sunday's winners Manchester City and Stoke City.

Draw in full:

1 Wolverhampton Wanderers or Crystal Palace v Aston Villa
2 Manchester City v Stoke City
3 Derby County v Birmingham City
4 Bolton Wanderers v Tottenham Hotspur or Leeds United
5 Chelsea v Cardiff City
6 Fulham v Notts County or Wigan Athletic
7 Reading v West Bromwich Albion
8 Southampton v Portsmouth





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Writer:Tudor
Date:Sunday January 24 2010
Time: 7:36PM

Comments

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It's a tie you should win, shame it wasn't Arsenal though!
Putney
24/01/2010 19:40:00
0
could be a double Wembley trip for you lot!
merlin
24/01/2010 19:42:00
0
The draw has been kind to us
Lando78
24/01/2010 19:50:00
0
Lando78 - if we had been drawn at the Britannia Stadium I would have disagreed with you, however, as we have a home tie we should over-come the mighty Stoke City.
Tudor
24/01/2010 20:09:00
0
not a bad tie to be honest and after wednesday we can go for it with a strong team.
bluemooner_mcfc
24/01/2010 22:02:00
0
A home tie is all you can ask - happy with that.
Thaibluefan
25/01/2010 04:32:00
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