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York City's scheduled visit to Rochdale next Tuesday evening has been changed as both clubs are now out of the FA Cup.

The Minstermen will now visit Spotland on Saturday 1st December (kick-off 3pm) instead of Tuesday 20th November.

The switch is considered to be mutually beneficial to the players and supporters of both clubs.

Rochdale lost 1-0 at home to local rivals Morecambe last night in their FA Cup first round replay.

Elsewhere, MK Dons thrashed non-league Cambridge City 6-1 to set up a second round meeting with AFC Wimbledon.

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Writer:Vital York
Date:Wednesday November 14 2012
Time: 12:10PM

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