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Norwich CBS joint boss Mark Collison ready to call a favour in from Gorleston for FA Vase tie

PUBLISHED: 13:22 04 December 2017 | UPDATED: 15:41 04 December 2017

Norwich CBS joint bosses Mark Collison and Andrew Collison face an away trip to Leighton Town in the FA Vase fourth round. Picture: Archant

Norwich CBS joint bosses Mark Collison and Andrew Collison face an away trip to Leighton Town in the FA Vase fourth round. Picture: Archant

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Norwich CBS will travel to Leighton Town in the fourth round of the FA Vase.

Norwich CBS, who beat Yaxley 3-2 at the weekend to confirm their place in the last 32 of the competition, will travel to Bell Close on Saturday, January 6.

Bedfordshire side, Leighton, who were 4-2 winners over Gorleston in the third round on Saturday, play in the Spartans South Midlands League and have only lost one home match in the league so far this season.

However, the FA Vase has brought out the best in Norwich CBS, formerly Spixworth, so far this season and they will fancy another upset.

Wisbech Town, who beat Racing Club Warwick on Saturday, have landed a home tie against Bromsgrove Sporting or Coventry United.

Winners of the fourth round ties stand to profit from £1,875 in prize money.

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