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Big boys await

This weekend sees two Yorkshire sides left in the FA Cup, before the Championship and Premier League teams are thrown into the mix, as Bradford City take on Leyton Orient at Valley Parade and Leeds United travel to Histon.

A game that everyone wants Leeds to lose, Gary McAllister’s men will have to be careful of a potential upset.

The Bantams will fancy their chances of progressing with the possibility of facing one of the Premiership’s big boys proving extra motivation.

Elsewhere in the Premier League Hull City travel to Stoke and Middlesbrough welcome Newcastle to the Riverside.

Sheffield United face a tough trip to Ipswich, Barnsley take on a struggling Nottingham Forest at the City Ground, Sheffield Wednesday face Norwich and Doncaster travel to Watford.

York City travel to fellow mid-table battlers Sailsbury City.

Meanwhile Rotherham and Huddersfield both have free weekends due to their early exits from the cup.

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