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Fulham Get 5th Round Home Draw!

Fulham Get 5th Round Home Draw!

After conquering Accrington Stanley in round 4 Fulham were given a fantastic opportunity to march on in the competition this year.

With Arsenal falling by the wayside and joining Liverpool and Manchester United as big guns who have fallen early, Fulham were given a home draw against the winners of the Notts County and Wigan replay.

However, with Chelsea having also been drawn at home, we await details of whether we`ll be playing on either the 13th or 14th of February.

As for the other games:-

Wolves / Palace v Aston Villa

Man City v Stoke City

Derby v Birmingham

Bolton v Spurs /Leeds

Chelsea v Cardiff City

Fulham v Notts County / Wigan

Reading v West Brom

Southampton v Portsmouth


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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Sunday January 24 2010
Time: 6:17PM

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could we have asked for a better draw - love it to be County but I reckon it'll be Wigan!
Al Billy
24/01/2010 18:55:00
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Wigan are a team we can beat easily, County worry me - the great unknown!
Putney
24/01/2010 19:07:00
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we are at home thats the main thing me thinks
truth sayer ffc
24/01/2010 19:27:00
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I aint going to say anything bullish until we get (fingers crossed) Notts County out of the way
worbo
25/01/2010 00:19:00
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either notts county or wigan should be a good draw, and i quite happy that stoke and man city were drawn together... i can see bolton spurs being a good match too if spurs go through...
woodysweats
25/01/2010 15:49:00
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I'm just glad we're at home to be honest. Let's hope that WHEN we get drawn in the quarters, we're also at home!
kbfulham
25/01/2010 19:01:00
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