FOOTBALL: WORTHINGTON CUP
Sunday 29 August 1999
Crystal Palace v Leicester; Birmingham v Bristol Rovers; Oxford v Everton; Watford v Wigan; Sunderland v Walsall; Stoke v Sheffield Wed; Norwich v Fulham; Chester v Aston Villa; Gillingham v Bolton; West Brom v Wycombe; Huddersfield v Notts County; Hull v Liverpool; Sheffield Utd v Preston; Cardiff v Wimbledon; Portsmouth v Blackburn; Barnsley v Stockport; Nottingham Forest v Bristol City; Tranmere v Coventry; Grimsby v Leyton Orient; Manchester City v Southampton; Charlton v Bournemouth; Bradford v Reading; Swansea v Derby; Chesterfield v Middlesbrough; Crewe v Ipswich.
*Ties to be played on a two legged basis during weeks commencing 13 and 20 September.
*Premiership clubs competing in Europe have a bye through to the third round.
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