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Ipswich Town draw Derby County in the FA Youth Cup

PUBLISHED: 12:27 14 December 2012

Tom Winter scored the winning goal against Bristol City in the FA Youth Cup

Tom Winter scored the winning goal against Bristol City in the FA Youth Cup

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IPSWICH Town will have their second successive away match in the FA Cup when they travel to Derby County in the FA Youth Cup.

The Under-18s beat Bristol City 1-0 at Ashton Gate earlier this month and will now face another divisional rival in the prestigious competition, won by the Blues on three occasions.

According to the FA’s website, all the ties are due to be played on Saturday, January 19, the same day as Town’s first team host Barnsley.

The full draw is: Crystal Palace or Port Vale v Everton, Norwich City v Millwall, Oxford United or Barnsley v Stevenage, Reading v Bolton Wanderers, Derby County v Ipswich Town, West Ham United v Cheltenham Town or Tottenham Hotspur, Stoke City v Huddersfield Town, Arsenal v Fulham or Middlesbrough, Manchester City v Burnley, Bradford City or Histon v Liverpool, Charlton Athletic v Chelsea, Northampton Town v Hull City or Swansea City, Birmingham City v Coventry City or Bristol Rovers, Leicester City v Peterborough United or Aston Villa, Leeds United v Burton Albion, Nottingham Forest v Rochdale or Crewe Alexandra

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  • Another tough draw for the kids. Hope they can progress though but it is another big ask.

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    FRANK WESTON

    Friday, December 14, 2012

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