Blues and Barrow Number 63 in Tonight's FA Cup Draw
Monday, 6th Dec 2021 12:10
Town and Barrow will be ball number 63 in tonight’s draw for round three of the FA Cup.
The Blues and Bluebirds played out a 0-0 draw in round two at Portman Road on Saturday and will meet again in the middle of next week with the game certain to be live on TV given the lack of other replays.
The draw, which will see clubs from the Premier League and Championship enter the competition, is set to take place at 7pm as part of the live coverage of the Boreham Wood-St Albans City tie on ITV4.
Third-round ties will take place over the weekend of Saturday 8th January.
The Blues’ League One trip to AFC Wimbledon scheduled for that day will be moved whatever the result in the replay at Barrow with the Dons having already confirmed their place in round three.
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