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FA Cup Third Round Draw

FA Cup Third Round Draw

It's that time of the year again when Wednesday go into the hat for the third round draw of the prestigious FA Cup - can we have a rare good season in it?

The second round matches - involving non-league side and League 1 and 2 - take place this weekend, and the draw will take place following the live TV game on ITV1 between Kettering and Leeds United, at approximately 3.45pm.

The Owls will be ball number 35, and Wednesdayites will o doubt be wanting a relatively 'easy' game in round three, or one of the big Premier League teams.

Manchester United will be ball 23, with Arsenal number 1, Liverpool 21 and Chelsea number 11.

The full draw details will be posted on Vital Sheffield Wednesday straight after it's taken place - so keep your eyes on the site!



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

Writer:Nick
Date:Saturday November 28 2009
Time: 10:30AM

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DO YOU FANCY #11 THEN CHAPS?
Merlin
28/11/2009 14:54:00
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I fancy a good away day, maybe a london club, my preference is arsenal away (well get hammered, but we'd take thousands and it make an atmosphere never seen there) im going for a crap prem team at home though. boring as always and a 3rd round defeat
smiggyswfc
29/11/2009 03:28:00
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That's it smiggy stay positive lol, Arsenal away would be immense. Got a feeling were going to get a real glamour tie at home, one of the big boys Burnley or Portsmouth
duds
29/11/2009 09:33:00
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