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Boro away in cup - again!

Middlesbrough have received their fifth successive away draw in the Capital One Cup this season - and twelfth consecutively.

Having already accounted for Bury, Gillingham, Preston North End and Sunderland, Boro must next travel to Swansea City, who won 3-1 at Liverpool on Wednesday evening, in the quarter-finals.

Elsewhere, both Chelsea and Arsenal face trips to Yorkshire and Leeds United and Bradford City respectively.

Meanwhile, Norwich City host Aston Villa in a repeat of the 1975 final - the tie also marking a return to his former club for Villa boss Paul Lambert.

Ties to be played week commencing Monday 10th December.

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Date:Wednesday October 31 2012

Time: 10:53PM

 

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