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Hams
26-09-2012, 11:48 PM
Tue 30/10/12
Sunderland 19 : 45 Middlesbrough
Swindon Town 19 : 45 Aston Villa
Wigan Athletic 19 : 45 Bradford City
Leeds United 19 : 45 Southampton
Norwich City 19 : 45 Tottenham Hotspur
Chelsea 19 : 45 Manchester United
Reading 19 : 45 Arsenal
Liverpool 19 : 45 Swansea City

Any comments on the draw for the 4th Round?

Hams
27-09-2012, 09:19 AM
Well the tie of the round no doubt will be Chelsea v Man Utd!

Brendan Rogers will be facing his old club when Liverpool take on Swansea.

You have to feel sorry for Bradford the lowest ranked team left who were drawn away at Wigan.

Paolo Di Canio's Swindon Town might fancy their chances of causing an upset at home against Aston Villa.

Gazza-LFC
27-09-2012, 07:27 PM
Why would we feel sorry for Bradford?

They will love playing away at a Premier league ground,the extra revenue would help a lot.

Hams
27-09-2012, 11:04 PM
Why would we feel sorry for Bradford?

They will love playing away at a Premier league ground,the extra revenue would help a lot.

No disrespect to Wigan but I'm sure Bradford would have preferred an away tie at Chelsea or Liverpool.

Hams
02-10-2012, 01:39 PM
Here is the schedule.

Tue 30/10/12
Sunderland 19 : 45 Middlesbrough
Swindon Town 19 : 45 Aston Villa
Wigan Athletic 19 : 45 Bradford City
Leeds United 19 : 45 Southampton
Norwich City 19 : 45 Tottenham Hotspur
Reading 19 : 45 Arsenal
Liverpool 19 : 45 Swansea City

Wed 31/10/12 Chelsea 19 : 45 Manchester United

These 2 games will be live on Sky Sports.

Tue 30th Oct Reading v Arsenal Capital One Cup 4th Round 19:45 Sky Sports 2 / Sky Sports 2 HD
Wed 31st Oct Chelsea v Man Utd Capital One Cup 4th Round 19:45 Sky Sports 2 / Sky Sports 2 HD

Hams
29-10-2012, 06:15 PM
Any comments or predictions for this weeks League cup fixtures?

After what happened at Stamford Bridge last Sunday what will happen this time between Chelsea and Man Utd?!

Klaas Bruinsma
30-10-2012, 01:48 PM
I hope Chelsea will win this one and redeem themselves from a their disheartening loss last weekend. Chicharito was clearly offside (for me) when he scored the game winning goal.

2-1 for Chelsea

Hams
31-10-2012, 08:52 AM
Tue 30/10/12
Sunderland 0 - 1 Middlesbrough
Swindon Town 2 - 3 Aston Villa
Wigan Athletic 0 - 0 P Bradford City
Leeds United 3 - 0 Southampton
Reading 5 - 7 E Arsenal

Congrats to League 2 side Bradford for winning 4-2 on penalties at Wigan!

I have started a topic for the incredible Reading v Arsenal game so please post any comments about this game there.

Hams
31-10-2012, 08:53 AM
Tonight

Wed 31/10/12
Norwich City 19 : 45 Tottenham Hotspur
Chelsea 19 : 45 Manchester United
Liverpool 20 : 00 Swansea City

KimKallstrom2
31-10-2012, 11:20 AM
I would like to know about the strength of teams that Chelsea and United will be putting out tonight.

Ordinarily in this cup teams put out very weak teams but, following last week's game, will that be the case this time?

I really hope they both put out strong sides because last week's game was great.

Hams
31-10-2012, 12:01 PM
I would like to know about the strength of teams that Chelsea and United will be putting out tonight.

Ordinarily in this cup teams put out very weak teams but, following last week's game, will that be the case this time?

I really hope they both put out strong sides because last week's game was great.

It looks like Chelsea and Man utd will both sadly put out weakened line ups for the fixture.

Fergie will most likely give starts to Nani and Fletcher in midfield and will play Hernandez and Wellbeck upfront.

For RDM I can see Sturridge getting a rare start in attack alongside Moses with Cahill and Bertrand at the back.

Hams
01-11-2012, 11:46 AM
Wed 31/10/12
Norwich City 2 - 1 Tottenham Hotspur
Chelsea E 5 - 4 Manchester United
Liverpool 1 - 3 Swansea City

What a match at Stamford Bridge last night!

Man Utd were 3-2 up and about to go through to the quarter finals when they
conceded a penalty in injury time and Chelsea went on to win the game 5-4 after extra time!

Spurs went down 2-1 at Norwich but Clint Dempsey missed a penalty which could have taken the match to extra time.

League cup holders Liverpool lost their title after losing 3-1 at home to Swansea in a miserable night for Brendan Rodgers against his old club.

Any comments on this weeks results?

specnur
05-11-2012, 09:54 PM
Gavin Kirkham

Tried to tell steely Hill about these chelsea fans but he wouldn't listen . I vein of racism persists at that club and will do for as long as it exists no matter how many black player bring them the biggest trophies in football.

Let the dung pile of incidents continue!