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Friday, 31 October 2014

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Carlisle Utd drawn away at Everton in FA Cup

Carlisle United have been handed an away trip to struggling Premiership giants Everton in the FA Cup third round.

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The game, at Goodison Park, is the Blues' reward for outclassing high-flying League One side Norwich City at Brunton Park yesterday.

The Cumbrians won 3-1 thanks to goals from Vincent Pericard, Kevan Hurst and Richard Keogh to reach the third round for the first time in eight years.

Manager Greg Abbott said: "It's exactly the kind of draw that you want when you get through to this stage of the competition.

"Everton are a huge club with some fantastic players and it wll be a great day for us."

County neighbours Barrow, who drew 1-1 with Oxford yesterday, face an away trip to Premiership side Sunderland if they win their replay.

Ties to be played on January 2 or 3.

Full draw:
Spurs v Peterborough
Brentford v Doncaster
Middlesbrough v Man City
Stoke v York
Notts Cty v Forest Green
Huddersfield v West Brom
Sheffield Utd v QPR
MK Dons v Burnley
Chelsea v Watford
Notts Forest v Birmingham
Preston v Colchester
West Ham v Arsenal
Aston Villa v Blackburn
Portsmouth v Coventry
Sunderland v Oxford/Barrow
Wigan v Hull
Everton v Carlisle
Sheffield Weds v Crystal Palace
Tranmere/Aldershot v Wolves
Blackpool v Ipswich
Fulham v Swindon
Stockport/Torquay v Brighton
Scunthorpe v Barnsley
Southampton v Rotherham/Luton
Bristol City v Cardiff
Reading v Liverpool
Staines/Millwall v Derby
Plymouth v Newcastle
Leicester v Swansea
Bolton v Lincoln
Accrington/Barnet v Gillingham
Man Utd v Kettering/Leeds

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