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Stoke. Again.

Filed: Sunday, 20th February 2011
By: Staff Writer No.2

West Ham face a trip to the Brittania Stadium in the quarter finals of the FA Cup - if they manage to overcome Burnley tomorrow night.

Should West Ham beat Burnley, as expected, they will face Stoke in the cup for the second time this season having beaten the Potters 3-1 (after extra time) at the Boleyn in the Carling Cup earlier this season.

With a number of fifth round ties still to be resolved, the full quarter final draw is as follows:

Stoke City v West Ham United or Burnley
Manchester City or Aston Villa v Everton or Reading
Birmingham City v Fulham or Bolton Wanderers
Manchester United v Leyton Orient or Arsenal

* Matches to be played on the weekend of March 12/13.

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by mick smith
11:20PM 20th Feb 2011
''As a Hammers fan living in Stoke I can't wait to go work on Tuesday and face the banter. I take enough stick because of the situation we are in but it will all change come 22/23 March.''

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