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City get Saints?

Providing City manage to beat Sheffield Wednesday in next week's 3rd round cup replay they will entertain Championship side Southampton in the 4th Round.

In a draw that failed to produce any really imaginative ties, City will be pleased to have managed a home tie this time around.

The tie does once again face the possibility of being moved as both City and Trafford have been drawn at home with Trafford facing Southampton's close neighbours, Portsmoth.

Something tells me GMP won't sanction both games for a Saturday 3pm kick off.

As stated at the top all of this is naturally dependant on City beating Wednesday in next week's replay.

4th Round Draw in full
Arsenal v Bolton

West Ham v Watford

Bristol City or Coventry City v Hull City or Middlesbrough

Chelsea v Nottingham Forest

Chester City or Ipswich Town v Swansea

Cardiff City or Tottenham v Southend Utd or Barnsley

Barnet or Colchester v Peterborough or Plymouth Argyle

Birmingham City or Newcastle United v Reading or Burnley

Derby County v Bristol Rovers

Sheffield Wednesday or Manchester City v Southampton

Crystal Palace v Preston North End

Manchester United v Portsmouth

Blackpool v Norwich City

Queens Park Rangers or Luton Town v Blackburn Rovers

Wolverhampton Wanderers or Oldham v WBA

Leicester City or Fulham v Stoke City



The ties will be played on Friday 26, Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 January.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Andy Leggott
Date:Monday January 8 2007
Time: 2:48PM

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Could be a very interesting weekend in town if City see off Wednesday! What a chance for us to reach the 5th round. Two home games against anyone in the cup is a golden opportunity. Will The Blues take it??!!
Johnny Baguette
08/01/2007 15:41:00
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