REGIONAL FOOTBALL ROUND-UP January 16 update

Exeter City's League Two trip to Harrogate Town has been swiftly rescheduled for next Tuesday (1830ko) after today's scheduled meeting was postponed yesterday.

City's last six games have all been at home - at St James Park - with their last competitive away game a 5-3 defeat at promotion rivals Cheltenham six Saturdays ago, on December 5.

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FA CUP Cheltenham draw Man City at home

FA CupCheltenham Town manager Michael Duff celebrated his 43rd birthday yesterday and was rewarded with his side being drawn at home to Premier League giants Manchester City in the FA Cup fourth round.

Duff – who made over 300 appearances for the Robins as a player – is a popular boss at Whaddon Road, where he has been manager since 2018.

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FA CUP Third round - who will your team face?

FA CupBristol City and Bristol Rovers have both been drawn at home in the FA Cup third round, which takes place from January 8-11 in the New Year.

Dean Holden's Championship City are set to host League One promotion hopefuls Portsmouth while Paul Tisdale's Rovers - who romped to a 6-0 second round win over National League North Darlington at the Memorial Stadium - are sure to face a sterner test from Premiership strugglers Sheffield United. 

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FA CUP Tonight's fourth round draw numbers

FA CupThere will be a double draw in the FA Cup today with both fourth and fifth round proper draws being made tonight just after 1900.

You can watch the draw live on BBC 2 from 1900. Fifth round draw ball numbers will be generated once the fourth round has been drawn.

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FA CUP Third round draw numbers & details

FA CupTonight is still one of the most exciting evenings of the domestic football season – the FA Cup third round draw, the stuff of dreams…

The draw will be screened live on BBC1 from 1900 conducted by the irrepressible Mark Chapman (with the draw starting around 1910).

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Lowe praise as Argyle get back on winning track

RYAN HARDIE courtesyPAFC Plymouth Argyle boss Ryan Lowe was delighted as the Pilgrims beat visitors MK Dons 1-0 to end a six-match losing League One run thanks to Scottish striker Ryan Hardie's winning strike.

Lowe beamed: “It’s a win and a clean sheet, and we can enjoy Christmas now!”

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LOWE DOWN Argyle boss pleased to maintain momentum

ryan loweRyan Lowe was pleased his Plymouth Argyle side extended their unbeaten home run to seven League One games since winning promotion with a 2-2 draw at home to Portsmouth.

Lowe said: “It’s all about momentum and we’ve kept the unbeaten run going. Overall happy but I would have been pleased with more points.”

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