Date: 27th January 2012 at 11:41am
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With Morecambe having no game this weekend due to Crawley`s involvement in the FA Cup we thought we`d preview all this weekends cup games.

We start at Watford where they host Premier League Tottenham Hotspur who make the short trip from North London for the first of two Friday night games. The other fixture this evening is an all Premier League clash where Everton will have home advantage over Fulham.

Onto Saturday and there is another local derby in London where QPR will look to pull off a shock as they host Chelsea. The tie of the round is the game at Anfield where Liverpool host Manchester United in a mouth watering game which sees two of the most successful clubs in the competition go head to head. Sheffield Wednesday will, once again head to the seaside as they travel to Championship Blackpool. Strugglers Bolton entertain Swansea while Stoke make the trip to Derby. Crawley Town will be looking to cause an upset when they travel to Hull while fellow League 2 side Swindon are at Leicester. It`s an all Championship affair as Millwall host highfliers Southampton. League 1 Sheffield United will be looking to overcome Birmingham and it`s an all League 1 clash as Stevenage host Notts County. West Brom host Norwich while in the late kick off Newcastle make the long trip to Brighton.

There are two games on Sunday first Sunderland take on Middlesbrough before Arsenal take on Aston Villa later in the day.

Now onto the weekend`s games in League 2.

In an early kick off Hereford will look to cause an upset as they host rivals Shrewsbury Town. Accrington Stanley will look to start life without John Coleman when Gillingham are the visitors. Wimbledon will be looking to make it four wins in a row when Terry Butcher`s side welcome Aldershot. Barnet host Crewe while Mark McGee starts life as Bristol Rovers Manager when Bradford City are the visitors. Lowly Dagenham take on Rotherham United and Macclesfield take on Cheltenham. Plymouth Travel to Port Vale while Northampton are also on the road at Torquay.

There`s one League 2 game on Sunday where Burton Albion take on Oxford United.

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