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FA Cup Quarter Final Draw

1.30pm this afternoon see's the draw for the FA Cup quarter finals, and the mighty Gunners are in the hat.

We still have Blackburn to get past, but it will be highly interesting to see who we could potentially play.

Domestic cup draws have been unkind to Arsenal of late, playing only West Brom out of the top flight in both Carling and Fa Cups.

Having already faced Liverpool (in both competitions) Everon, Bolton, Blackburn & Tottenham already this season, a kinder home draw would be much appreciated.

However with Chelsea, Man Utd & The Tiny Totts still in the bag, it's pretty much a done deal that we'll be away to one of these dudes.

Teams in the hat:

1 Chelsea
2 Watford
3 Manchester City
4 Plymouth
5 Manchester United or Reading
6 Arsenal or Blackburn
7 Middlesbrough or West Brom
8 Tottenham




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The Journalist

Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 19 2007

Time: 12:46PM

Your Comments

Cmon lets get Plymouth!!
AB_Arsenal
nah judging by the all premiership record we've had so far in the cup it'll be sp*rs! its chance to Bring out the reserves again!
TR7
I'd take an of Watford, man city, plymouth, boro/wbc hoem or away but would not like spurs, chavs or man u anywhere. so we have a four-sevenths chance of getting a favourable draw!
gazzap
Mancity at home, spose its better than Chelsea away!
Jacky B
Man city at home it is, another prem battle!!, could be worse we could have to play the Chavs at home he he
nikolaijns
damn you jacky B for pipping me with your similiar thoughts!! glad you're confident of us taking Blackburn away tho ;)
nikolaijns
well you beat em there with 10 men, so of course you will
Jacky B
Haha Chelsea vs Tottenham that should be great...does that mean we get Man Utd in the semis?? (if we get that far)
AB_Arsenal
Why all this daft speculation before the draw? Why waste time typing all this crap? Just wait!
camdentownguy
Camden.. i take it thats a stupid joke you mug
Jacky B
lol Jacky, all the best mate, turn the Chavs over and we'll see you in the semis ;)..
luckys_10
We can dream cant we lucky?, but why not eh?... you never know - you just might do Blackburn! lol
Jacky B
that egg on my face wud feel horrible if we dun beat blackburn :p..
luckys_10
mmm man city at home, nice tie, although i quite fancied a weekend away down in plymouth :( good to see chavs to beat totts, another empty season for are little neighbours :)
PUREGOLD
I'd rather see the Spuds win PG. Maureenho still hasn't won this competition, and I'd like it to stay that way!
Rocky7
 

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