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Bluebirds Face Trip To Face Gills In Kent

Cardiff City will travel to Gillingham in the Emirates FA Cup third round. The Bluebirds make the long trip to Kent for what will be a tricky tie.

“I’m delighted,” said Swansea-born Gillingham manager Steve Lovell. “It will be a great tie. A Welsh team, too. 

“They will bring good support so it will be a great day for our club.”

Swansea City make the trip to Aston Villa – that was the final tie drawn – while the winners of Newport County’s home replay against Wrexham will be at home against former Premier League champions Leicester City.

That would be a massive tie for the Dragons or Michael Flynn’s Exiles.

Dutch ace Ruud Gullitt and former England international Paul Ince made the draw at Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge home stadium.

Wolves, beaten 2-1 by the Bluebirds in their last fixture, have been drawn against Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool at Molineux.

Guiseley are at home against Fleetwood in the last of the second round fixtures this evening. The winners will face Wimbledon at home.

FA Cup third round: 

Bolton v Walsall or Sunderland

Millwall v Hull

Gillingham v Cardiff

Brentford v Oxford United

Sheffield Wednesday v Luton

Manchester United v Reading

Everton v Lincoln City

Tranmere or Southport v Tottenham

Preston v Doncaster

Newcastle v Blackburn

Chelsea v Nottingham Forest

Crystal Palace v Grimsby

Derby v Southampton

Accrington Stanley v Ipswich

Bristol City v Huddersfield

Wrexham or Newport v Leicester City

Fulham v Oldham

Shrewsbury Town v Stoke

Solihull or Blackpool v Arsenal

Manchester City v Rotherham

Bournemouth v Brighton

West Ham v Birmingham

Woking v Watford

Burnley v Barnsley

QPR v Leeds

Sheffield United v Barnet

Norwich v Portsmouth

Guiseley or Fleetwood v AFC Wimbledon

West Brom v Wigan

Middlesbrough v Peterborough or Bradford

Wolves v Liverpool

Aston Villa v Swansea

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