Date: 28th November 2010 at 6:41pm
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Doncaster Rovers have been drawn at home in the FA Cup third round against Premiership side Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The two sides met in the Championship at the Keepmoat during the 2007/08, Wolves won 1-0 thanks to a late goal as they headed towards the Championship title.

The ties will be played over the weekend of January 8th and 9th and the winners of the tie will be ball number 5 in the fourth round.

Fa Cup Third Round Draw sponsored by E.on

Burnley v Port Vale
Coventry City v Crystal Palace
Bristol City v Sheffield Wednesday
Fulham v Peterborough
Doncaster v Wolves
Brighton/FC United v Portsmouth
Huddersfield v Dover Athletic
Crawley/Swindon v Derby County
West Ham v Barnsley
Reading v West Brom
Arsenal v Leeds
Sheffield United v Aston Villa
Leicester City v Manchester City
Bolton Wanderers v York City
Blackburn Rovers v QPR
Swansea v Colchester United
Wycombe v Hereford United/Lincoln City
Stevenage v Newcastle United
Burton Albion v Middlesbrough
Millwall v Birmingham City
Southampton v Blackpool
Watford v Hartlepool/Yeovil
Chelsea v Ipswich Town
Sunderland v Notts County/Bournemouth
Scunthorpe v Everton
Manchester United v Liverpool
Hull City v Wigan
Stoke City v Cardiff City
Tottenham Hotspur v Charlton/Luton
Preston North End v Nottingham Forest
Norwich City v Droylsden/Leyton Orient
Torquay United v Carlisle United


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