JPT second-round draw made

Wolves will host Notts County in the second round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, while holders Crewe must travel to Fleetwood.

Last Updated: 07/09/13 at 12:44

Johnstone's Paint Trophy: Crewe continue defence at Fleetwood

Johnstone's Paint Trophy: Crewe continue defence at Fleetwood

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Kenny Jackett's troops were handed a clash against their League One rivals at Molineux, as the second-round draw was made live on Soccer AM.

Holders Crewe continue their defence with a trip to Highbury Stadium, while Bristol City's reward for their derby win over Rovers is a meeting with Wycombe.

Other stand-out ties see Sheffield United host Hartlepool, Preston tackle Oldham, Peterborough taking on Brentford, and Leyton Orient going head to head with Coventry.

Johnstone's Paint Trophy second-round draw:

Northern section:

York v Rotherham; Sheffield United v Hartlepool; Wolves v Notts C; Mansfield v Chesterfield; Fleetwood v Crewe; Morecambe v Carlisle; Preston v Oldham; Port Vale v Rochdale.

Southern section:

Southend v Dagenham & Redbridge; Peterborough v Brentford; Stevenage v MK Dons; Leyton Orient v Coventry; Oxford v Portsmouth; Swindon v Plymouth; Wycombe v Bristol City; Crawley v Newport.

Ties to be played on week commencing Monday 7 October.

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