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Blues - Taming of the Shrews?

Blues - Taming of the Shrews?

Birmingham City will face Shrewsbury Town at home in the first round of the Carling Cup next season.

All first round ties are to be played during week commencing Monday 21 August.

The full draw is:

Chesterfield v Wolverhampton Wanderers

Stoke City v Darlington

Port Vale v Preston North End

Burnley v Hartlepool

Sheffield Wednesday v Wrexham

Bury v Sunderland

Hull City v Tranmere Rovers

Blackpool v Barnsley

Huddersfield Town v Mansfield Town

Carlisle United v Bradford City

Rotherham United v Oldham Athletic

Scunthorpe United v Lincoln City

Accrington Stanley v Nottingham Forest

Grimsby Town v Crewe Alexandra

Leeds United v Chester City

Doncaster Rovers v Rochdale

Stockport County v Derby County

Leicester City v Macclesfield Town

Cardiff City v Barnet

MK Dons v Colchester United

Swindon Town v Brentford

Crystal Palace v Brentford

Hereford United v Coventry City

Swansea City v Wycombe Wanderers

Peterborough United v Ipswich Town

AFC Bournemouth v Southend

Brighton and Hove Albion v Boston United

Cheltenham Town v Bristol City

Millwall v Gillingham

Southampton v Yeovil Town

Birmingham City v Shrewsbury Town

Plymouth Argyle v Walsall

Bristol Rovers v Luton Town

QPR v Northampton Town

Torquay United v Norwich City

Leyton Orient v West Bromwich Albion


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Date:Wednesday June 21 2006
Time: 3:55PM

Comments

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it wont be easy lower league teams always are hard to beat, u should get through know
green giant 12
21/06/2006 16:52:00
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I disagree, if Birmingham play to their strengths, then they should walk this.
FEn_100
22/06/2006 13:55:00
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