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cup tie

n
(Team Sports, other than specified) sport an eliminating match or round between two teams in a cup competition
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Noun1.cup tie - an eliminating game between teams in a cup competition
game - a single play of a sport or other contest; "the game lasted two hours"
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cup tie

n (Brit) (Ftbl) → partita eliminatoria
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Islamabad has always been a secure city for sporting events, and the Pakistan Tennis Federation has hosted no less than five Davis Cup ties in recent times, including against Iran and South Korea.
Look Aisam and Aqeel are at the twilight of their careers and there will no more be able to represent Pakistan in the Davis Cup ties after 2 to 3 years, he told.
Later on, Pakistan and India had faced each other in a Davis Cup ties in April 2006 in Mumbai, India.
'My target is to improve my game and world rankings by playing maximum ATP events and also win crucial Davis Cup ties for my country.
He said PTF did all out efforts to host the Davis Cup ties against China but was deprived of it and was given to Sri Lanka.
For FA Cup ties there are more away fans than for league games, but away teams do not win more often in the FA Cup than in the league.
14 PHILIP Lowry has scored 14 goals in 14 Irish Cup ties with Linfield - six in this year's competition.
"You'd have to look at it but how many other teams have played as many cup ties as we have so far this season?" said Pulis.
Merthyr Town .................1 Longwell GS ...................0 IT'S all or nothing it seems for Merthyr at the moment as the home cup ties keep coming thick and fast following the Martyrs' single goal victory over Longwell Green in the FA Cup preliminary round.
THERE may be Scottish Cup ties today but the big game is my Cumnock v Mr Fixit's Clydebank at Townhead Park.
Davis Cup captain John Lloyd said: "Home Davis Cup ties are a fantastic opportunity to get behind the team and we will be looking for plenty of support when we take on Ukraine next year."
Spartans boss Lawson said: "No-one likes to come here and play but it's our home, we're entitled to play Cup ties here and I'm delighted the police are happy.