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United Get Difficult FA Cup 3rd Round Draw

United Get Difficult FA Cup 3rd Round Draw

Manchester United, over the weekend of 5th / 6th January 2013, will travel to East London to play West Ham United in the 3rd round.

The draw, held at Wembley Stadium, by Ledley King and Fabrice Muamba, produced several all Premier League ties, including our own, with Arsenal travelling to Swansea and Chelsea travelling to Southampton.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday December 2 2012
Time: 3:08PM

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if you play a weakened team, you'll get beat!
merlin
03/12/2012 17:58:00
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In all fairness Merlin don't fancy yours or arsenals chances much on current form. Also if the rumours of Rafa rushing a unfit Terry back to boost the defense are true he may end up out of action again. Hope not of course wouldn't wish injury on anyone but how often do you see it happen when a players recovery is rushed
MotorMad
04/12/2012 08:41:00
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Fergie will field a team similar to the one he played against Chelsea in the capital one cup, one with a mixture of squad players and youngsters. They got goals against Chelsea and were very unfortunate to lose in that game where Chelsea fielded a majority of their first. If they can give Chelsea that sort of scare then I'm confident they can do the same to west ham but hopefully this time they go on to win.
TheFamousNo7
04/12/2012 09:00:00
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