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JPT quarter-final draw made

Peterborough host Dagenham, and Leyton Orient travel to Stevenage in the pick of the games in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy quarter-final draw.

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JPT: Quarter-final draw made

JPT: Quarter-final draw made

The draw for both the Northern and Southern Sections of the Football League trophy was made on Soccer AM on Saturday morning, with the quarter-finals keeping apart League One promotion chasers Peterborough and Leyton Orient.

Northern Section, quarter-final draw: Oldham v Notts C, Chesterfield v Rochdale, Hartlepool v Rotherham, Fleetwood v Carlisle.

Southern Section, quarter-final draw: Swindon v Wycombe, Newport v Portsmouth, Peterborough v Dagenham & Redbridge, Stevenage v Leyton Orient.

Ties to be played week commencing November 11.

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