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Owls in hat for FA Cup first round draw

Wednesday will enter the hat for the FA Cup first round draw tomorrow.

All League One and League Two clubs will enter the world-famous competition alongside those non-league sides who've made it through the qualifying rounds.

The draw will take place live on ITV tomorrow, Sunday, at 1.30pm, and those who don't have access to a television can also watch it online at www.itv.com.

The fourth qualifying round takes place this weekend and Wednesday could find themselves up against non-league opposition.

They could also face derby rivals Sheffield United, whilst League One rivals Huddersfield Town and Charlton Athletic would provide stiff, and unwanted, competition.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday October 29 2011

Time: 11:20AM

Your Comments

A non-league team away would do me - probably get on TV.
nickswfc
Dear Mr. Megson... Hope you are feeling well. Much as we understand your views on cup football taking a back seat to league games this season, I, on behalf of many Wednesdayites, would like to point out that the FA Cup holds a significant place in our hearts, as well as the national football calendar. We don't expect you to win the trophy but we hope you'll be sending out a side good enough to try and win every match. Yours sincerely...
OurMaurice
Think Megson will take the FA Cup more seriously than the other cups, expect Mr Mandaric will make him do so - .
nickswfc
I just want Megan to play are 2nd 11 all the way thru no matter what the opponent is promotion is number 1 to me and are starting 11 should be focused on 1 thing Championship football
Siswfc8101
The FA Cup is played on a Saturday in place of the football league fixtures so there is no reason to play a second string side and it's all about continuity. The reason we're playing much better now is because we are only making changes when we are forced into it with injuries or suspensions.
TheMightyBoosh
we aint going to win it, cup run would add to the coffers, but promotion is the main priority so play the reserves for me
mick66owl
 

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