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Wimbledon clash goes live


Filed: Friday, 11th January 2019
By: Staff Writer


West Ham United's clash with League One Wimbledon in the fourth round of the FA Cup has been moved to an evening kick off.

The match, which will be broadcast live on TV by BT Sport has been moved from the traditional 3pm slot to a 7:45pm start.

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West Ham landed a trip to Kingston upon Thames, where Wimbledon's current home ground at Kingsmeadow is situated, as a result of beating Birmingham City 2-0 in the third round last weekend.

Our hosts, currently managed by former West Ham coach Wally Downes have already dispatched three clubs - Haringey Borough (1-0), Halifax Town (3-1) and Fleetwood Town (3-2), all away from home - to reach this stage of the competition.

The two clubs previously met in the Carabao Cup earlier this season, with West Ham running out 3-1 winners on the night.





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