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FA Cup 3rd Round Draw

FA Cup 3rd Round Draw

It's that time of the year again when Owls fans will be keeping a close eye to the draw for the third round of the prestigious FA Cup on Sunday.

The draw will take place at 2.15pm on Sunday during ITV1's coverage of the second round tie between Histon and Leeds United, with England legends Sir Trevor Brooking and Ray Clemence making the draw.

The Owls will be number 34 in the pot, and Owls boss Brian Laws will no doubt be looking for a good run in the competition to raise some much needed revenue during a difficult period at S6.

The Owls have had a tough time in the competition, struggling to get through the third round in previous years.

Full draw numbers:

1 Arsenal

2 Aston Villa

3 Barnsley

4 Birmingham City

5 Blackburn Rovers

6 Blackpool

7 Bolton Wanderers

8 Bristol City

9 Burnley

10 Cardiff City

11 Charlton Athletic

12 Chelsea

13 Coventry City

14 Crystal Palace

15 Derby County

16 Doncaster Rovers

17 Everton

18 Fulham

19 Hull City

20 Ipswich Town

21 Liverpool

22 Manchester City

23 Manchester United

24 Middlesbrough

25 Newcastle United

26 Norwich City

27 Nottingham Forest

28 Plymouth Argyle

29 Portsmouth

30 Preston North End

31 Queens Park Rangers

32 Reading

33 Sheffield United

34 Sheffield Wednesday

35 Southampton

36 Stoke City

37 Sunderland

38 Swansea City

39 Tottenham Hotspur

40 Watford

41 West Bromwich Albion

42 West Ham United

43 Wigan Athletic

44 Wolverhampton Wanderers

45 Chesterfield or Droylsden

46 Peterborough United or Tranmere Rovers

47 Eastwood Town or Wycombe Wanderers

48 Notts County or Kettering Town

49 Leicester City or Dagenham & Redbridge

50 Barrow or Brentford

51 Bradford City or Leyton Orient

52 Southend United or Luton Town

53 Forest Green Rovers or Rochdale

54 Histon or Leeds United

55 Scunthorpe United or Alfreton Town

56 Torquay United or Oxford United

57 Fleetwood Town or Hartlepool United

58 Morecambe or Cheltenham Town

59 Gillingham or Stockport County

60 Millwall or Aldershot Town

61 Carlisle United or Grays Athletic or Crewe Alexandra

62 AFC Bournemouth or Blyth Spartans

63 Kidderminster Harriers or Curzon Ashton

64 Port Vale or Macclesfield Town



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

Writer:Nick
Date:Saturday November 29 2008
Time: 12:45PM

Comments

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A big club at home or Spurs away would be good for me.
BedfordOwl
29/11/2008 15:32:00
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I`d love to be playing Histon .
Handsworth Owl
29/11/2008 19:10:00
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i have a feeling sheff uts vs sheff wendy (at the lane) i hope so!!
bladesforlife1889
29/11/2008 20:33:00
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alright piggy, listening to praise or grumble last night, didnt take long for your "fans" to turn on blackwell. all that money and your still fcking ****
ozzietheowl
30/11/2008 11:22:00
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nah lads eastwood town
will_swfc9
30/11/2008 12:26:00
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fulham at home not a bad one
mick66owl
30/11/2008 16:26:00
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Fulham at home. Got to be happy with that and being at home!
will it ever happen
30/11/2008 16:26:00
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ozzie - we aint spent nowt you pudding as our incomings are less than our outgoings this season!! try 34m in 1 season like curb crawler pleat wasted on you sorry lot!!! you do have a short memory
bladesforlife1889
30/11/2008 20:14:00
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that doesnt make sense, but i guess what your saying is whats point having money if youre gonna waste it on hotels and pub teams in china? Mccabe has never and will never spend any of his own money on the team the sale of Naughton this year should fund your signings for next season
wesp
01/12/2008 16:57:00
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