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City drawn away at Tottenham in League Cup

City drawn away at Tottenham in League Cup

Hull City have been drawn away at Tottenham Hotspur in the fourth round of the League Cup.

The tie, to be played week commencing 28 October is likely to be played on Wednesday 30 October with the two sides already scheduled to meet in the league on Sunday 27 October.

Tottenham progressed into the fourth round following a 4-0 win over Aston Villa whilst City progressed following a 1-0 win against Huddersfield Town at the KC.

Although Bruce is expected to make wholesale changes despite the strength of the opposition, City may take some solace from recent results at White Hart Lane which has seen City unbeaten in the past two outings in North London.



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Writer:Matt Wilson
Date:Wednesday September 25 2013
Time: 10:14PM

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This looks like the end of our cup run them; just hope we don't get too heavy a defeat.
mdjw_41
25/09/2013 22:16:00
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Shame Jake won't be able to play though I am sure Thudd is loving it!
stu_u2k
26/09/2013 00:04:00
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I shouldn't bother risking any of the first team , Brucie.
South Bank Tiger
27/09/2013 12:30:00
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I think we should SBT. You never know; Tottenham could have an off night and we may just sneak through with a half decent side out. If the side which played against Huddersfield is fielded, I doubt we have any chance.
mdjw_41
27/09/2013 16:58:00
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