FA Cup: Second-round draw
Monday 09 November 2009
Leeds United, who went out of the competition at this stage last year to non-league Histon, have been handed a tricky tie at Conference side Kettering. The Poppies reached the fourth round last season and are managed by Mark Cooper, whose father Terry was left-back in the great Leeds sides of the late Sixties and early Seventies.
Of the other non-league sides through, Northwich have been handed a home game with Chris Sutton's Lincoln, Wrexham take on Swindon, while Staines entertain either Millwall or AFC Wimbledon, who play tonight. Two non-league sides are guaranteed a place in the third round – Cambridge United play York, and Oxford United face Barrow.
Full second-round draw
Northwich v Lincoln City
Northampton v Southampton
Hereford v Colchester
Tranmere/Leyton Orient v Aldershot
Kettering v Leeds
Gillingham v Burton Albion
Wrexham v Swindon
Wycombe/Brighton v Rushden & Diamonds
Rotherham v Luton/Rochdale
MK Dons v Exeter
Gateshead/Brentford v Walsall
Carlisle/Morecambe v Norwich
Accrington v Barnet
Oxford Utd v Barrow
Bournemouth v Notts County
Stockport v Torquay
Cambridge Utd v York
Bath v Forest Green/Mansfield
Port Vale/Stevenage Borough v Huddersfield
Staines v Millwall/AFC Wimbledon
Ties to be played 28-29th November
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