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Bradford City at Home Fourth Round Tie

Good tie? Or is this a possibly banana skin? Suppose it depends if your glass is half full or half empty. For me it is half full, cheap tickets (Usually about £10 for adults) and chance to watch second team against a side we should (on paper beat) sound all good to me. The game itself will see two teams face each other who have had contrasting fortunes over the past year, Bradford on their way down from their glory days, and Wigan keep rising. The one man we both have to thank, Paul Jewell.

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Good tie? Or is this a possibly banana skin? Suppose it depends if your glass is half full or half empty. For me it is half full, cheap tickets (Usually about £10 for adults) and chance to watch second team against a side we should (on paper beat) sound all good to me. The game itself will see two teams face each other who have had contrasting fortunes over the past year, Bradford on their way down from their glory days, and Wigan keep rising. The one man we both have to thank, Paul Jewell.

That will all come later, as we get close to game time, for now the important information his here.

Games to be played the week commencing the 29th October.

Sunderland v Middlesbrough

Swindon Town v Aston Villa

Wigan Athletic vs Bradford City

Leeds United v Southampton

Norwich City v Tottenham Hotspur

Liverpool v Swansea City

Chelsea v Manchester United

Reading v Arsenal