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Potters In FA Youth Cup Action

STOKE CITY'S Under-18 squad turn their attention to the FA Youth Cup on Thursday evening when they travel to Derby County in the Fourth Round.

The young Potters make the short trip down the A50 to the newly-named iPro Stadium for a 7pm kick-off and John Perkins' side will be hoping to make further progress in the competition.

City face the Rams after overcoming Leyton Orient in a tense penalty shootout in the previous round following a 2-2 draw after extra time, whilst Derby secured a 4-3 win at home to fellow Championship side Wigan Athletic.

The two sides go into the game knowing that a home tie against Newcastle United awaits the winner after their 4-0 triumph over arch-rivals Sunderland at St. James' Park on Monday night.

For supporters who wish to go along and support the team, ticket prices for the game at the iPro Stadium have been agreed at £3 for adults and £1 for under-18s.

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