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Rams travel to Plymouth in 5th round

The Rams have drawn away to Plymouth Argyle in the 5th round of the FA Cup, after the draw held at the Football Association at lunch time today. The Rams visited Home Park earlier this season and were beaten 3-1 against a ten-man Argyle side.

Rams boss Billy Davies says the draw has provided his side with a tough test.
"Obviously we were looking for a big Premiership club, as everyone was, but you've got to take what comes out of the hat and do the job," Davies said.
"It doesn't really matter who you get though - if you're going to progress in the cup then you have got to do the job regardless.
"It is a tough match but we will be looking forward to it."

The Rams will have bad memories of Plymouth, after losing to them in the 1983 quarter-final. They drew 0-0 at Home Park but lost 0-1 at the Baseball Ground in the replay.

Full draw
Chelsea v Blackpool or Norwich
Watford v Ipswich
Preston v Man City
Plymouth v Derby County
Man Utd v Reading
Arsenal or Bolton v Blackburn
Bristol City or Middlesbrough v West Bromwich Albion
Fulham v Tottenham

Games to be played on Saturday 17th February




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Writer: Peter Simcox Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 29 2007

Time: 1:51PM

Your Comments

You guys will look forward to this a lot less than we do....bring it on!
Pbennyboy
Plymouth unbeaten at home this year, a tough game but will it take your eye off the promotion race?
col8
At least the champoinship will be represented in round 6
miked_joker
 

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