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Rovers to face QPR in FA Cup 3rd round

Rovers to face QPR in FA Cup 3rd round

Rovers have been given a home tie against Queens Park Rangers in the FA Cup 3rd round.

QPR are currently sitting in pole position in the Championship and are one of the favourites to join Rovers in the Premier League next season! (assuming we improve on the performance from last weekend!)

The game will take place at Ewood park on the weekend of January the 8th.



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Writer:Joe Ainscough
Date:Sunday November 28 2010
Time: 6:44PM

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tough fixture! hopefully we can win it though!
rover23
28/11/2010 18:47:00
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More chance with it being a home tie! Onwards and upwards!
Susief
28/11/2010 20:08:00
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Should be a good game. A good cup run could be the medicine we need to get us firing up the table.
ITSALLROVER
28/11/2010 20:42:00
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A home tie is all we can ask for but we need to remember Coventry (twice) as reasons to be careful with these ties...
Mikey Delap
29/11/2010 09:04:00
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Very tough fixture and not the type of game we want third round of the cup, Would like to think home advantage should suffice, but i still remember Coventry, a real Banana skin and one the TV camera's may have an interest in for possble shock
glen9mullan
29/11/2010 18:50:00
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