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OFFICIAL club website of stoke city

Under-18s Fixture Update

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THE OPPOSITION and venue have now been confirmed for the Stoke City's FA Youth Cup Third Round tie.

The Potters will host Leyton Orient at Nantwich Town's Weaver Stadium on Monday 9th December (kick off 7.00pm).

City had been awaiting news of a winner between Swindon Town and Leyton Orient in their Second Round match, whilst they also had to consider where to play the tie with four first-team games scheduled for the Britannia Stadium during the month of December.

Meanwhile, the January visit to Manchester United has been moved back a couple of weeks.

John Perkin's side will now travel up to face the Red Devils on Saturday 25th January.

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