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Spurs to travel to Leeds or Birmingham for FA Cup fourth round

15:55 06 January 2013

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Tottenham Hotspur's manager Andre Villas Boas before the Barclays Premier League match at the Stadium of Light, Sunderland. Picture: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

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Tottenham will travel to Leeds or Birmingham in the FA Cup fourth round.

The pair drew 1-1 at Elland Road yesterday and will face each other in the replay next week.

The tie will be played on the weekend of January 26-27.

Draw in full:

Norwich v Luton

Oldham v Mansfield or Liverpool

Macclesfield v Wigan or Bournemouth

Derby v Blackburn

Hull or Leyton Orient v Barnsley

Middlesbrough v Aldershot

Millwall v Aston Villa

Leeds or Birmingham v Tottenham

Brighton v Swansea or Arsenal

Crystal Palace or Stoke v Manchester City

West Ham or Manchester United v Fulham or Blackpool

Southend or Brentford v Chelsea

Reading v Sheffield United

Huddersfield v Leicester

QPR or West Brom v Sheffield Wednesday or MK Dons

Bolton or Sunderland v Cheltenham or Everton

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