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Do we care? FA Cup R2 preview

Do we care? FA Cup R2 preview

Even though Walsall are no longer in the cup, we shall carry on and cover the fixtures, since there`s no League Two action until Tuesday (shame). Anyway, here it goes.

Expect upsets from King`s Lynn, Stafford Rangers, Morecombe, Hereford, and Salisbury. Those teams are the most likely to commit the unlikely this weekend, as the FA Cup Round Two commences. The biggest game is Hereford, who will host a very sloid Prot Vale side, looking for promotion to the Championship this term, while looking to go on a good cup-run.

The fixtures for this weekend are:

Friday 1st December 2006
Bradford v Millwall 7.45pm
King's Lynn v Oldham 8pm
Stockport v Wycombe 7.45pm

Saturday 2nd December 2006
Aldershot v Basingstoke 2pm
Barnet v Northampton
Bradford v Millwall
Brighton v Stafford Rangers
Bristol Rovers v Bournemouth
Bury v Chester
Darlington v Swansea
Hereford v Port Vale 1pm
Macclesfield v Hartlepool
Mansfield v Doncaster
Milton Keynes Dons v Blackpool
Rushden & D'monds v Tamworth
Scunthorpe v Wrexham
Swindon v Morecambe
Torquay v Leyton Orient
Tranmere v Peterborough

Sunday 3rd December 2006
Bristol City v Gillingham 1pm
Salisbury v Nottm Forest 1.10pm

All kick offs are at 3pm, unless stated.


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Writer:Saddler 13
Date:Friday December 1 2006
Time: 12:00AM

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Have your say on our new poll, do we care about been out of the FA Cup
Big No 9
01/12/2006 08:36:00
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You only say you don't care because you lost - thats an easy way out!
mdjw_41
02/12/2006 00:04:00
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