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United v Liverpool in FA Cup – Bring them on

The big games keep coming for Manchester United after they were drawn against arch rivals Liverpool in the third round of the FA Cup. They will meet at Old Trafford on the weekend of January 8-9 in the undoubted tie of the round. The two sides have shared some memorable FA Cup matches. Tommy Docherty’s United beat Liverpool to win the FA Cup at Wembley in 1977 and Eric Cantona fired Sir Alex Ferguson’s side to a 1-0 win in 1996. The teams have met twice in the competition since then with United winning 2-1 in the fourth round in their treble winning season of 1999 and Liverpool won 1-0 in the fifth round at Anfield in 2006 before going on to lift the trophy.

The much hoped for tie aginst red rebels FC United will not happen after they were given a possible home tie against Portsmouth if they can get past Brighton in their away second round replay. The full draw is…

Burnley v Port Vale

Coventry v Crystal Palace

Bristol City v Sheffield Wednesday

Fulham v Peterborough

Doncaster v Wolves

Brighton or FC United of Manchester v Portsmouth

Huddersfield v Dover Athletic

Crawley Town or Swindon v Derby

West Ham v Barnsley

Reading v West Brom

Arsenal v Leeds

Sheffield Utd v Aston Villa

Leicester v Man City

Bolton v York

Blackburn v QPR

Swansea v Colchester

Wycombe v Hereford or Lincoln

Stevenage v Newcastle

Burton Albion v Middlesbrough

Millwall v Birmingham

Southampton v Blackpool

Watford v Hartlepool or Yeovil

Chelsea v Ipswich

Sunderland v Notts County or Bournemouth

Scunthorpe v Everton

Man Utd v Liverpool

Hull v Wigan

Stoke v Cardiff

Tottenham v Charlton or Luton

Preston v Nottingham Forest

Norwich v Droylsden or Leyton Orient

Torquay v Carlisle

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  1. Diablo says:

    Do we have to give the scouse so many tickets for this one!if Fergie puts out a decent team UTD will not have a problem, but I can see him changing the team about for this one,no doubt Woy will play his strongest, after all the scousers will be desperate for any kind of Trophy wont they!

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