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FIFA Ultimate Quaran-Team: The pathway to the final

24 March 2020

Following the Iron's second round draw against FC Emmen in the FIFA Ultimate Quaran-Team tournament, we can now reveal our full pathway through the competition should we see of the Eredivisie side.

Making it through to the last-32 would be a big achievement though, especially considering the opposition's 10-0 victory over Port Vale in the first round.

It doesn't get much easier from there on in for the Iron's representative, who will have to take on either the other 10-0 winners from the Round of 128, Angers, or Melbourne Victory, who produced the comeback of the round as they came from 3-1 down to win 4-3 in stoppage time against Ipswich Town.

POTENTIAL PATHWAY (up to last-16)

Round of 128: Iron 2-1 Charlton Athletic
Round of 64: Iron v FC Emmen
Round of 32: Iron or FC Emmen v Angers or Melbourne Victory
Round of 16: Iron/FC Emmen or Angers/Melbourne Victory or Vitesse/MK Dons or Sheffield Wednesday/Groningen

  • FC Emmen beat Port Vale 10-0 in the Round of 128
  • Angers beat Waterford 10-0 in the Round of 128
  • Melbourne Victory beat Ipswich Town 4-3 in the Round of 128
  • Vitesse beat Atalanta 2-0 in the Round of 128
  • MK Dons beat Heracles Almelo 2-0 in the Round of 128
  • Sheffield Wednesday beat Cambridge United 2-1 in the Round of 128
  • Groningen beat PEC Zwolle 3-1 in the Round of 128

REMAINING SCHEDULE

  • Round of 64 – To be played from Tuesday 24th March – 7pm
  • Round of 32 – To be played from Thursday 26th March – 7pm
  • Round of 16- To be played from Saturday 28th March – 7pm
  • Quarter-finals – To be played from Monday 30th March -7pm
  • Semi-Final – To be played from Wednesday 1st April -7pm
  • Final – To be played from Friday 3rd April – 7pm

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