Non-league test for Robins

Full details of the second-round draw for the FA Cup, as Bristol City were handed a clash with non-league side Tamworth.

Last Updated: 11/11/13 at 08:50 Post Comment

Sean O'Driscoll's Bristol City will face Tamworth

Sean O'Driscoll's Bristol City will face Tamworth

Conference high-flyers Kidderminster will be dreaming of a place in the FA Cup third round after being drawn to face either Braintree or Newport in round two.

The midlands outfit completed a 4-1 win over Sutton on Saturday and will face the winner of the replay between League Two County and Conference rivals Braintree for a place in the hat when the Premier League and Championship clubs enter the fray.

Fellow fifth-tier pace-setters Cambridge will host League One Sheffield United if they overcome Bury in their rescheduled clash while Tamworth, who shocked Cheltenham in round one, host struggling Bristol City.

Shortwood, the lowest-ranked team left in the competition, will play host to Salisbury if they can overcome Port Vale on Monday night while Stourbridge have been handed a tougher test as they travel to Stevenage.

Lincoln City can set up an all non-league clash with Welling at Sincil Bank if they beat Plymouth in a replay while Wrexham will face Oxford or Gateshead and Brackley will travel to Macclesfield if they beat Gillingham at the second attempt.

In the remaining non-league interest, Dover face a tough trip to MK Dons, Grimsby will host Northampton if they overcome Scunthorpe in a replay and Boreham Wood will host Brentford if they overcome Carlisle.

The ties will be played over the weekend of December 7 and 8.

Second-round draw

Bury or Cambridge United v Sheffield United

Wycombe or Crewe v Preston

Shortwood or Port Vale v Salisbury

Bristol Rovers or York v Crawley

MK Dons v Dover

Boreham Wood or Carlisle v Brentford

Macclesfield v Gillingham or Brackley

Chesterfield v Southend

Oldham or Wolves v Mansfield

Rotherham v Rochdale

Peterborough v Tranmere

Hartlepool v Coventry

Kidderminster v Braintree or Newport County

Lincoln or Plymouth v Welling

Wrexham v Oxford United or Gateshead

Fleetwood v Burton

Grimsby or Scunthorpe v Northampton

Leyton Orient v Walsall

Tamworth v Bristol City

Stevenage v Stourbridge

  • Ties to be played December 7-8


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