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LUFC FA Cup Third Round Draw Details

LUFC FA Cup Third Round Draw Details

Sunday sees the draw for the FA Cup Third Round when the Premier League and Championship clubs come into the competition.

The draw will be made by Gianfranco Zola and Li Tie, following the end of the AFC Totton and Bristol Rovers game on ITV1at approximately 2.40pm.

Leeds United will be ball number 21 in the draw.

In the last two seasons Leeds have enjoyed trips to Manchester United and Arsenal in the third round.



1. Arsenal
2. Aston Villa
3. Barnsley
4. Birmingham City
5. Blackburn Rovers
6. Blackpool
7. Bolton Wanderers
8. Brighton and Hove Albion
9. Bristol City
10. Burnley
11. Cardiff City
12. Chelsea
13. Coventry City
14. Crystal Palace
15. Derby County
16. Doncaster Rovers
17. Everton
18. Fulham
19. Hull City
20. Ipswich Town
21. Leeds United
22. Leicester City
23. Liverpool
24. Man City
25. Man Utd
26. Middlesbrough
27. Millwall
28. Newcastle United
29. Norwich City
30. Nottingham Forest
31. Peterborough United
32. Portsmouth
33. Queens Park Rangers
34. Reading
35. Southampton
36. Stoke City
37. Sunderland
38. Swansea City
39. Tottenham Hotspur
40. Watford
41. West Brom
42. West Ham
43. Wigan
44. Wolves
45. Salisbury or Grimsby Town
46. Stourbridge or Stevenage
47. Sheffield United or Torquay
48. Colchester or Swindon
49. Chelmsford or Macclesfield
50. Leyton Orient or Gillingham
51. Crawley or Redbridge
52. Luton Town or Cheltenham
53. Fleetwood Town or Yeovil
54. Brentford or Wrexham
55. Bradford or AFC Wimbledon
56. Shrewsbury Town or Rotherham United
57. Dagenham & Redbridge or Walsall
58. Barnet or Milton Keynes Dons
59. Gateshead or Tamworth
60. Sheffield Wednesday or Aldershot Town
61. Sutton United or Notts County
62. Southend United or Oldham Athletic
63. AFC Totton or Bristol Rovers
64. Charlton Athletic or Carlisle United

Ties to be played on the weekend of 7 and 8 January 2012

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Date:Saturday December 3 2011
Time: 9:00AM

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