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Capital One Cup Draws Blues v Sunderland

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Birmingham City have been drawn against Premier League opposition in the second round of the Capital One Cup.

Birmingham will take on Sunderland at home on the week commencing 25 August. Sunderland were seeded for the second round as they are a Premier League team. We will keep you up to date with ticket details as they become available.

Here is the draw in full:

Burton Albion v Queens Park Rangers
Port Vale v Cardiff City
Middlesbrough v Preston North End
Stoke City v Portsmouth
Huddersfield Town v Nottingham Forest
Swansea City v Rotherham United
Watford v Doncaster Rovers
Millwall v Southampton
Bournemouth v Northampton Town
Brentford v Fulham
West Bromwich Albion v Oxford United
Scunthorpe United v Reading
Derby County v Charlton Athletic
West Ham United v Sheffield United
Swindon Town v Brighton and Hove Albion
Leicester City v Shrewsbury Town
Crewe Alexandra v Bolton Wanderers
Birmingham City v Sunderland
Gillingham v Newcastle United
Norwich City v Crawley Town
Bradford City v Leeds United
Aston Villa v Leyton Orient
Burnley v Sheffield Wednesday
Walsall v Crystal Palace
Milton Keynes Dons v Manchester United

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Writer: Christopher Handy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 14 2014

Time: 11:41AM

Your Comments

Good tie, I prefer playing the big teams. More of an occasion for the fans if we win :)
Chrisblues
Why couldn't we get a nice easy game, more rounds and more money
HappyBlueHarry
I'd have to agree with Harry! You want to get through before facing big teams.. Unless you get Man Utd or someone like that..
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