Watford is not, in any way, in London.Good spot. That has to be a first, all the bigger London clubs getting a home draw, Leyton Orient and Sutton got away gigs, but with all the London PL sides coupled with Watford, Millwall, QPR and Wimbledon at home, that has to be some sort of record.
IIRC the ties are played over 4 days, so surely some of those London-based games will be picked for a Friday night and Monday night slot, maybe even ours.
I remember us playing Wigan at home in the 3rd round on a Friday night a while back, It would not surprise me if we got that slot again for the Burnley game
Ok.....that still doesn't move where Hertfordshire is (and certainly doesn't change the police service that will police the game.)Well, it takes less time to travel from central London to Watford, than to whl. At least the times I've made those trips.
No they are both in Essex, Essex isn't LondonOk.....that still doesn't move where Hertfordshire is (and certainly doesn't change the police service that will police the game.)
It just means the transport connection to Tottenham is brick.
Is Colchester in London? Chelmsford?
I doubt we will be on tv but our game will still be on a Sunday, that happened last season or season beforeWonder when they will announce the dates. Assume it’s currently a 3 way chat between the FA, Tv companies and the Met Police! Absolute nightmare draw for the Met!