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Rovers Drawn Away To West Ham

Rovers Drawn Away To West Ham

Rovers have been given a difficult tie away at West Ham United in the fourth round of the F.A Cup.

Blackburn who have already lost at Upton Park on the opening day of the season will travel down to the capital on the 28th of this month. They are one of six possible all Premiership ties.

All the non-league teams still in the draw were left dissapointed after none of them drew a side from the Premiership.

The Draw In Full:
Stoke City or Tamworth V Barnsley or Walsall
Cheltenham Town or Chester City V Newcastle United
Coventry City V Nuneaton Borough or Middlesborough
West Brom or Reading V Torquay or Birmingham
Portsmouth V Liverpool
Leicester V Southampton
Bolton V Arsenal
Aston Villa V Port Vale
Brentford V Sunderland
Manchester City V Wigan or Leeds United
Millwall or Everton V Chelsea
Preston V Crystal Palace
West Ham United V BLACKBURN ROVERS
Colchester V Derby County
Charlton Athletic V Leyton Orient
Wolves V Burton Albion or Manchester United



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Date:Monday January 9 2006
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