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Carabao Cup tie against Oxford United Empty Carabao Cup tie against Oxford United

Post  cyprussyd on 2019-10-02, 3:09 pm

Sunderland AFC’s Sunderland AFC’s Carabao Cup tie against Oxford United will take place on Tuesday 29 October.
A 7.45pm kick-off at the Kassam Stadium, the fourth-round fixture will see Jack Ross’ side face their League One counterparts following a scintillating start to the competition.
The Lads swept Accrington Stanley aside in round one before completing a Premier League double, with Burnley and Sheffield United unable to prevent the Black Cats’ progression.
Oxford have also enjoyed an impressive route to round four, defeating Peterborough United and Millwall before securing a stunning 4-0 win over top-flight West Ham United.
SAFC will receive an initial allocation of 1,499, and ticket details will be announced in the coming days. will take place on Tuesday 29 October.
A 7.45pm kick-off at the Kassam Stadium, the fourth-round fixture will see Jack Ross’ side face their League One counterparts following a scintillating start to the competition.
The Lads swept Accrington Stanley aside in round one before completing a Premier League double, with Burnley and Sheffield United unable to prevent the Black Cats’ progression.
Oxford have also enjoyed an impressive route to round four, defeating Peterborough United and Millwall before securing a stunning 4-0 win over top-flight West Ham United.
SAFC will receive an initial allocation of 1,499, and ticket details will be announced in the coming days.

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Post  barrowmackem on 2019-10-02, 11:36 pm

this game we will probably lose with no tears from me.

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