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BT and BBC televised FA CUP games announed

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accrington v Derby/saints 12:30pm saturday 

Wombles v West ham19:45pm  saturday 

palace v Spurs 4pm Sunday

barnet v Brentford 19:45pm monday

BBC have arsenal v Man Utd friday night

millwall v Everton saturday 17:30pm

chelsea v Sheff wed/luton 6pm sunday

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i cant wait for palace v spurs......... again.

i understand the pull of ars v manure but why show run-of-the-mill premier league ties?

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barnet brentford?

chelsea sheff wed?

 

tothers i can live with

surprised liverpool arent on

 

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Every one apart from Accy is in London. Fuck knows.

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Shouldn't show any PL home teams IMO at this stage.

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Going to be a crowded pitch at Ashton Gate if we play at the same time as the rugby. Wonder if the two refs use different whistles so we don't stop our game for a forward pass.

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41 minutes ago, MickyD said:

 so we don't stop our game for a forward pass.

we will be OK

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Chelsea always seem to have a piss easy draw at home.

Just checked, I'm that bored. Of the last 16 ties not on neutral grounds, 11 were at home, of which 8 were drawn to lower league teams.  

Maybe cos I also hate the fckers ever since Clive Walker

 

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On 11/01/2019 at 14:06, MickyD said:

Going to be a crowded pitch at Ashton Gate if we play at the same time as the rugby. Wonder if the two refs use different whistles so we don't stop our game for a forward pass.

Shouldn’t be a problem for us other than an Alnwick kick and the odd punt upfield

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