FA CUP THIRD ROUND 2000/2001
FA Cup
Wycombe will need to overcome a potentially difficult replay at Grimsby if they are to progress to the Fourth Round of the FA Cup for the first time in the history of the Club. Paul McCarthy's goal in the 1-1 draw at Adams Park was Wycombe's first ever goal at the Third Round stage.
The winners of the replay will entertain Wolves in the Fourth Round to played on the weekend of Saturday 27th January.
FA Cup Third Round
Results and Attendances


Newcastle United 1 Aston Villa 1
Blackburn Rovers 2 Chester City 0 15,233
Morecambe 0 Ipswich Town 3 5,923
Leeds United 1 Barnsley 0 32,386
Derby County 3 West Brom 2 19,232
Watford 1 Everton 2 15,635
Carlisle 0 Arsenal 1 15,300
Walsall 2 West Ham 3 9,402
Swindon 0 Coventry 2 14,445
Bolton 2 Yeovil 1 11,161
Southend 0 Kingstonian 1 7,270
Huddersfield 0 Bristol City 2 9,192
Leicester 3 York City 0 16,850
Charlton 1 Dagenham 1 19,059
Bournemouth 2 Gillingham 3 7,403
Chelsea 5 Peterborough 0 31,912
Wimbledon 2 Notts County 2 4,391
Leyton Orient 0 Spurs 1 12,336
Burnley 2 Scunthorpe 2 8,054
Preston 0 Stockport 1 9,975
Man City 3 Birmingham 2 19,380
Portsmouth 1 Tranmere 2 11,058
Bradford v Middlesbrough (Jan 8)
Sunderland 0 Crystal Palace 0 30,908
Cardiff 1 Crewe 1 13,403
Southampton 1 Sheff United 0 14,158
Fulham 1 Man United 2
Liverpool 3 Rotherham 0 30,689
Wycombe 1 Grimsby 1 5,390
Nottm Forest 0 Wolves 1
Luton 3 QPR 3 8,677 
Sheff Wed 2 Norwich City 1 15,971
Sanch and Gibbo with the cup from Wycombe programme cover

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