Thursday, January 17, 2008

FA Cup match-ups for the 4th round

Game of the Day**********************************
What: FA Cup Third Round Replay
Who: Newcastle Utd (11th EPL, 26/66 pts) v Stoke (4th Championship, 44/81 pts)
When: Wednesday 16 January, Kick-off: 19:45 GMT
Where: St James' Park, Newcastle
Winners away to Arsenal in Fourth Round. Result Newcastle 4 - 1

Other Results:
Man City 1-0 West Ham
Havant and W 4-2 Swansea City
Hereford United 1-0 Tranmere Rovers
4th round up coming where things REALLY get interesting.
Barclays Premier League this weekend:
15:00 Birmingham vs Chelsea
15:00 Blackburn vs Middlesbrough
15:00 Fulham vs Arsenal
15:00 Portsmouth vs Derby
15:00 Reading vs Man Utd
15:00 Tottenham vs Sunderland
17:15 Newcastle vs Bolton

Friday, January 4, 2008

FA Cup Third-Round Match-ups

Aston Villa v. Manchester United
Barnsley v. Blackpool
Blackburn v. Coventry
Bolton v. Sheffield United
Brighton v. Mansfield
Bristol City v. Middlesbrough
Burnley v. Arsenal
Charlton v. West Brom
Chasetown v. Cardiff
Chelsea v. QPR
Colchester v. Peterborough
Derby v. Sheffield Wednesday
Everton v. Oldham
Fulham v. Bristol Rovers
Huddersfield v. Brimingham
Ipswich v. Portsmouth
The big-spending Championship outfit will be looking to make their mark against the Stamford Bridge side, who are no strangers to spending big in the transfer market.
Chasetown, the lowest ranked team to reach the third round, will be out to savour the biggest day in the history of the British Gas Business Division One Midlands outfit as they play host to Cardiff City.
There is an all-Premier League showdown at Villa Park as Manchester United are the visitors, the fourth time in seven seasons the two clubs have met in the competition.
Premier League strugglers Fulham and Derby will be hoping the cup can provide some cheer as they come up against Bristol Rovers and Sheffield Wednesday, respectively. Burnley will be dreaming of an upset as they welcome table-topping Arsenal to Turf Moor, while Middlesbrough face a tricky trip to Championship side Bristol City.
Blackburn host Coventry, Bolton welcome Sheffield United to The Reebok Stadium and Everton are at home to Oldham. Birmingham travel to Huddersfield and Portsmouth face Ipswich at Portman Road in other ties involving Premier League clubs.