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FA Cup R3 Weekend.

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Saturday, 8 January 2011The FA CupArsenal v Leeds, R3, 12:45

channel_itv1hd.jpgMillwall v Birmingham, R3, 13:30Blackburn v QPR, R3, 15:00Bolton v York, R3, 15:00Brighton v Portsmouth, R3, 15:00Bristol City v Sheff Wed, R3, 15:00Burnley v Port Vale, R3, 15:00Burton Albion v Middlesbrough, R3, 15:00Coventry v Crystal Palace, R3, 15:00Doncaster v Wolverhampton, R3, 15:00Fulham v Peterborough, R3, 15:00Huddersfield v Dover, R3, 15:00Hull v Wigan, R3, 15:00Lincoln City v Hereford, R2R, 15:00Norwich v Leyton Orient, R3, 15:00Preston v Nott'm Forest, R3, 15:00Reading v West Brom, R3, 15:00Scunthorpe v Everton, R3, 15:00Sheff Utd v Aston Villa, R3, 15:00Southampton v Blackpool, R3, 15:00Stoke v Cardiff, R3, 15:00Sunderland v Notts County, R3, 15:00Swansea v Colchester, R3, 15:00Torquay v Carlisle, R3, 15:00Watford v Hartlepool, R3, 15:00West Ham v Barnsley, R3, 15:00Stevenage v Newcastle, R3, 17:30 espn_hd_logo.gifSunday, 9 January 2011The FA CupMan Utd v Liverpool, R3, 13:30 channel_itv1hd.jpgTottenham v Charlton, R3, 13:30Chelsea v Ipswich, R3, 15:00Leicester v Man City, R3, 16:00 espn_hd_logo.gifMonday, 10 January 2011The FA CupCrawley Town v Derby, R3, 20:00 espn_hd_logo.gif

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Leeds United have the scent of another FA Cup third round giantkilling in their nostrils and York City will also be out to cause an upset.Championship leaders Queens Park Rangers have a chance to test out their top-flight credentials and Ipswich start the post-Roy Keane era at holders Chelsea.Just 12 months ago, Leeds knocked out Manchester United away from home and Simon Grayson takes his team to Arsenal on Saturday for a lunchtime kick-off.York were beaten by Stoke City at this stage last season and the non-league club travel to Bolton Wanderers in the hope of stunning the Premier League side.QPR have their sights on reaching the top flight at the end of the season and it will be an interesting examination for Neil Warnock's men away to an inconsistent Blackburn Rovers team.Chelsea's hopes of emulating last season's famous Double appear to be over due to their stuttering Premier League form, but Carlo Ancelotti will be keen to mount a staunch defence of the FA Cup as the Blues welcome Ipswich, minus sacked manager Keane, to Stamford Bridge on Sunday.Brighton & Hove Albion saw off FC United in the last round, but the League One leaders will be the underdogs this time when they host last season's runners-up Portsmouth.Wolves have enjoyed a couple of impressive results in the Premier League over the past week or so and will hope they do not come unstuck away to Doncaster Rovers.Crystal Palace are one of several clubs currently without a manager and the 1990 finalists travel to 1987 winners Coventry City.Burnley are another club in the market for a new boss and the Championship side entertain Port Vale, who appointed Jim Gannon as their new manager on Thursday.Burton Albion held Manchester United to a famous draw a few seasons ago and the League Two club will be looking to cause a shock when Middlesbrough visit the Pirelli Stadium.Bristol City have been in good form over recent weeks and welcome League One opposition in the form of Sheffield Wednesday to Ashton GateManchester United's clash with arch-rivals Liverpool is the pick of the FA Cup third round ties, while Sven Goran Eriksson faces his former club.Dover Athletic will be looking to claim a third successive cup upset and Billy Davies returns to one of his former clubs on Saturday.The only all-Premier League game of the third round takes place on Sunday afternoon and what a gripping contest it should be as United play host to out-of-sorts Liverpool.The two clubs have enjoyed some thrilling cup battles down the years and United beat Liverpool at home in this competition en route to winning the Treble in 1999.Another eagerly-anticipated encounter takes place on Sunday afternoon when former Manchester City manager Eriksson welcomes his old team to Leicester City.Non-league Dover have already dumped out Gillingham and Aldershot in the FA Cup this season and now have the scalp of League One side Huddersfield in their sights.Fulham have perked up in the Premier League over the past week and will be determined to avoid an upset when Peterborough United visit Craven Cottage.Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies has been linked with a return to Preston North End of late and the two Championship clubs lock horns at Deepdale.Wigan Athletic's focus is on Premier League survival and Roberto Martinez's team travel to a club who lost their top-flight status last season in the form of Hull City.Reading knocked out Liverpool in the third round 12 months ago and are at home to another Premier League side as out-of-form West Brom visit the Madejski Stadium.Birmingham City have reached the semi-finals of the Carling Cup and will be looking to make progress in the FA Cup as they head to Millwall.Norwich City are battling to hang on to manager Paul Lambert, but should expect to book a place in the fourth round in their home date with Leyton Orient.There is also a second round game taking place on Saturday as League Two rivals Lincoln City and Hereford United finally hope to play their replay at Sincil Bank after several postponements.
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some sh*t tv line up, swear ITV had bare games last year...

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sanchez watt given the green light to play against us

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gonna wake up n str8 away footie will be on tvits a wonderful life baby(i dont have sky sports)

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Going to the match babyFirst home game in over a year"We all hate Leeds Scum"- Especially thinkingthuglife

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Noone watching the Napoli game?I reckon Inter should get some more badges on their top.

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TTL we are going to smash u dirty inbred cunts

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RIP TTL, hope Leeds bag a goal then start crip walking along the touchline in his memory.

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pissed I couldnt get tickets for the spurs gamego easy on us spuds

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I dont think we are playing any of our main players against BlackburnIt will be the bench warmers who get there chanceNot worth risking any injuries for this game

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Szczesny, Eboue, Squillaci, Djourou, Gibbs, Denilson, Song, Rosicky, Arshavin, Chamakh, Bendtner

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ArsenalDotCom Arsenal.comAaron Ramsey and Ignasi Miquel on the bench for today’s game #Arsenal15 minutes ago Favorite Retweet Reply»Arsenal.comArsenalDotCom Arsenal.comTeam to play Leeds: Szczesny, Eboue, Squillaci, Djourou, Gibbs, Denilson, Song, Rosicky, Arshavin, Chamakh, Bendtner #Arsenal
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must say i'm very disappointed to see arshavin in the squad today, let alone start/hate seeing denilson and rosicky in the same midfield

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Thats a strong team we put out

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why are we allowing watt to start? we all know whats going to happen...

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lol eboue's scream (no lewis)

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bait he wasn't gonna score

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SMFH..ARSHAVINS PISSING ME OFF.

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