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Fifth Round Proper
Sunday 27 January 2008
After reaching last season's League Cup Final, Leeds have another tough all game, being involved in one of only two all-National Premier League fixtures.
"The players are eager to progress in this cup. We played well against Chelsea at home in the league but just didn't convert our chances and they went away with the points, so we must ensure we put our chances away this Sunday."
Newcastle United's FA Cup challenge resumes this weekend with a trip to to face Watford from the National league.
It is the Magpie`s first ever FA Cup tie in London and they will be looking to equal their best ever run in the competition with a place in the quarter finals at stake.
Neil Baistow and assistant Melanie Reay have a full squad to pick from and Rob Atkin, Head coach said: "We are under no illussions regarding Watford. They are the favourites but we know their strengths and also their weaknesses having had them watched.
"The players have worked really hard in training this week and they know what will be expected of them if they are to get the right result."
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