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mattitouk

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Naturally im over the moon to see the mighty blues into the quarter finals of the JPT, as other people have posted previously and it has been a hot topic since about taking this cup run seriously or focus on league one survival.

We wont go here right now (i do personally believe that league one survival is more important than a good run in the JPT) however I dream of another day out to Wembley!

Anyway, back to my post, I was surprised to see some of the other results tonight, mainly being:

14th place Morecombe in division 2 - beating 3rd place Bury in division 1
&
22nd place Yeovil in division 2 - beating 5th place Coventry in division 1 (ok, abeit on penalties)
&
Port vale losing at home to Blackpool (hope the vale keep this losing streak going until at least around 5pm on Saturday :smile: )


So anyway my question is what of the following teams from the southern section would you us to meet in the next round?...

1. Bristol Rovers
2. Gillingham
3. Millwall
4. Oxford
5. Plymouth
6. Yeovil

From a blues away fans perspective in terms of short travelling distance, Gillingham & Millwall come to mind, could be tough games, but from looking at current league positions, and chances of a winning I would probably opt for Yeovil or Bristol Rovers.

Whats your preference? and why?
 
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