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FA Cup second round draw:

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Skrill Premier side Kidderminster have been drawn to play against either Braintree Town or Newport County as they bid for a place in the FA Cup third round.

Skrill South outfit Dover Athletic face a tough game as they travel to Milton Keynes to take on MK Dons.

Boreham Wood will play host to Brentford, who took Chelsea to a replay last season, if they can beat Carlisle, while Skrill Premier high-flyers Cambridge United will entertain Sheffield United if they can overcome Bury.

Salisbury will travel to either Shortwood Town from Gloucestershire - the lowest ranked team left in the draw - or Port Vale, while Brackley Town have been drawn away to either Macclesfield or Gillingham.

Fleetwood Town will host Burton Albion and Tamworth have a home tie against Bristol City. Stourbridge will travel south to take on League Two side Stevenage.

League One leaders Leyton Orient will play at home against Walsall.

Bury or Cambridge United v Sheffield United

Wycombe or Crewe v Preston

Shortwood United or Port Vale v Salisbury City

Bristol Rovers or York City v Crawley Town

MK Dons v Dover Athletic

Boreham Wood or Carlisle v Brentford

Macclesfield v Gillingham or Brackley Town

Chesterfield v Southend United

Oldham or Wolves v Mansfield Town

Rotherham v Rochdale

Peterborough v Tranmere

Hartlepool v Coventry City

Kidderminster v Braintree Town or Newport County

Lincoln City or Plymouth v Welling United

Wrexham v Oxford United or Gateshead

Fleetwood Town v Burton Albion

Grimsby or Scunthorpe v Northampton Town

Leyton Orient v Walsall

Tamworth v Bristol City

Stevenage v Stourbridge

Ties to be played 7-8 December

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