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Summary

  1. Wrexham beat Maidstone in televised game
  2. Third-round draw takes place on Monday
  3. Ten second-round ties on Sunday

Live Reporting

By Phil Shepka and Ian Woodcock

All times stated are UK

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Coming up tomorrow

That might be it for today but there's still a lot more to come from this FA Cup second round.

Ten more games in fact and you'll be able to follow them all here, with our live text kicking off at 11:00 GMT giving you all the build up to Gateshead v Warrington (12:00 GMT) and all the other ties.

If you want to watch any of today's action, and why wouldn't you, then visit the

FA Cup highlights page here.

Cheers!

Wrexham 3-1 Maidstone

Former Wrexham midfielder Barry Horne tells BBC Wales: "Maidstone have given us a snapshot of what they're about here. They're second in the Isthmian League with games in hand and if they do anything akin to form in those games they'll be well on top. They've put in a fantastic effort and are a credit to their division. They showed good skill and most importantly, they kept going forward."

Wrexham 3-1 Maidstone

So, that's it for today's action.

The third round dream is over for Maidstone, MK Dons, Oldham, Plymouth and Shrewsbury but Wrexham, Chesterfield, Doncaster, Sheffield United and Preston will all be looking forward to Monday's draw knowing they're guaranteed to be involved.

Accrington and Yeovil, Luton and Bury, Cambridge and Mansfield and Oxford and Tranmere will have to do it all again to see who will join them.

FULL-TIME

Wrexham 3-1 Maidstone

Manny Smith's first half strike and a double from Andy Bishop send Wrexham into the third round. Alex Flisher's goal, with his side 2-0 down and down to 10 men after Aaron Simpson's red card, proved to be in vain. The visitors put in a tremendous performance but the hosts deserve credit for the professional way they went about their task throughout.

It's back to the battle to get promotion to the Conference South for them while Wrexham will be eagerly awaiting Monday's third round draw.

Wrexham 3-1 Maidstone

Former Wrexham midfielder Barry Horne: "That surely settles it. The most noticeable thing about the goal was the space that opened up down both flanks. Maidstone are clearly tiring with 10 men.

"Who do Wrexham want in the next round? I'd take another non-league side at home. If not, how about Everton?"

Horne lifted the FA Cup with the Toffees in 1995.

GOAL

Wrexham 3-1 Maidstone - Andy Bishop (87 mins)

Game over. Andy Bishop gets across his man at the near post and heads past Lee Worgan from sub James Pearson's cross.

Wrexham 2-1 Maidstone

The 10 men of Maidstone are still battling hard but it seems that Wrexham might just have weathered the storm. The Stones take on Leatherhead in the league on Tuesday and you'd imagine there'll be some tired bodies out there that night.

Wrexham 2-1 Maidstone

It is non-stop at the Racecourse Ground.

Wes York drags a low effort just wide for Wrexham and the visitors nearly equalise up at the other end as Jamie Rodgers sends a crisp 25 yarder just past Jon Flatt's post.

Wrexham 2-1 Maidstone

Manny Smith gets up brilliantly from Wrexham's first corner of the second half. His header looks goalbound but Maidstone scramble it away. Smith hadn't scored this season before today.

Wrexham 2-1 Maidstone

For all that these two sides are two divisions apart, they are only actually separated by 36 places. Maidstone might be down to 10 men but their body language is certainly not that of a beaten team.

GOAL

Wrexham 2-1 Maidstone - Alex Flisher (63 mins)

You sensed Maidstone would not go quietly and they are right back in this. Alex Flisher looks to be claiming it as he bundles home Sonny Miles' low centre.

Wrexham 2-0 Maidstone

In truth the second goal is a touch harsh on the Stones. Moments before the penalty decision they got in behind the home defence only for Jon Flatt to deny Alex Flisher one-on-one.

GOAL

Wrexham 2-0 Maidstone - Andy Bishop (57 mins)

It's a long way back for Maidstone now. Wes York gets in behind the Stones defence only for Aaron Simpson to bring him down in the area. The defender sees red and from the resultant penalty Andy Bishop makes it 2-0.

Wrexham 1-0 Maidstone

Jack Parkinson has been heavily involved for the visitors and his header from Alex Flisher's huge throw hits the crossbar. That's as close as the Isthmian side have come.

Wrexham 1-0 Maidstone

Worth noting of course that Maidstone are made up of part-time players. Glazer Tom Mills bursts forward from full-back but can't keep his 10-yard volley on target from the angle.

Down the other end, Jay Harris slips Andy Bishop in on goal and the striker dinks a neat effort just over the crossbar.

Wrexham 1-0 Maidstone

No changes by either side at half-time. Maidstone have 45 minutes to join Blyth Spartans in flying the seventh-tier flag in Monday's third-round draw.

Wrexham 1-0 Maidstone

Former Wales international Iwan Roberts tells BBC Wales: "Losing three or four is nothing in the FA Cup, Maidstone might as well go out fighting. They've got to score a goal and I'd be surprised if either team changes anything at half-time."

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Wrexham 1-0 Maidstone

Just looking at the Manny Smith goal again and Maidstone keeper Lee Worgan was appealing for a foul after it went in. Have to say it looked to me like it was his own player, Jack Parkinson, who got in the way.

MK Dons 0-1 Chesterfield

MK Dons boss Karl Robinson
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Earlier, MK Dons were defeated 1-0 by Chesterfield thanks to a second-half goal from Armand Gnanduillet, and MK boss Karl Robinson was clearly not pleased with his side's performance.

"It was shambolic," he told BBC Three Counties Radio. "We were beaten by the better team today, Chesterfield had more energy and quality in the final third. We were lucky to lose 1-0.

"I don't think any player on the pitch can come out with any credit today, I really don't. Their keeper has not made a save at the Stadium:MK, which is not like us.

"We looked dull, we didn't look like we won second balls, set-pieces were diabolical. We were by far second best in every single department.

"It's not acceptable, but can you really hang your team out to dry when you've been so good recently? I'm not using it as an excuse. We just weren't good enough today, but I think I can let them off.''

Wrexham 1-0 Maidstone

Former Wrexham boss Dean Saunders on BBC Wales: "There are mismatches all over the pitch and Wrexham are a different class. If I were Maidstone boss Jay Saunders, I'd change the system a bit and maybe put another man in midfield. At this rate Wrexham could win by three or four.

"They just need to be sensible and not take risks."

Wrexham 1-0 Maidstone

Wrexham boss Kevin Wilkin tells BBC Wales: "We need to keep our game nice and short and keep moving the ball on the deck. The second goal is absolutely crucial, we need to get a bit of a cushion between us and them, one goal isn't enough really."

HALF-TIME

Wrexham 1-0 Maidstone

Manny Smith's goal is the difference between the two sides at the break. Despite trailing, you sense Maidstone will not be too unhappy with their work so far.

Alex Flisher and Jack Parkinson have both forced saves from home keeper Jon Flatt but the hosts have, predictably, had more of the ball.

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Bury and Luton players take part in Football Remembers
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Clubs throughout the country have today been taking part in #footballremembers, which marks 100 years since the 1914 Christmas Truce match.

This photo was tweeted by Bury after their draw with Luton Town earlier this afternoon.

Wrexham 1-0 Maidstone

Goalscorer Manny Smith is in the book for taking out Maidstone winger Matt Bodkin 28 yards from goal. Frannie Collin's free-kick comes to nothing.

Wrexham 1-0 Maidstone

Wrexham are just trying to calm things down now. Maidstone are looking most likely when they get the ball forward quickly on the counter attack.

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Preston 1-0 Shrewsbury

Former Preston striker Callum Robinson: "Good to see the lads get through to the next round of the FA Cup. Well done"

Robinson scored a hat-trick to help Preston beat Havant & Waterlooville in the first round before being recalled by parent club Aston Villa.

Time for a rewind

BBC FA Cup results
Phil Shepka

Just a recap of today's earlier results, with League One side Sheffield United still on course to match last season's run to the FA Cup semi-final - surely they can't do it again, can they?

Wrexham 1-0 Maidstone

Bit of a stoppage here as Maidstone striker Jay May gets some treatment for a knock to the thigh.

Looks like he's going to give it a go and the players are all using the break in play to take on some fluids and get their breath back. It's been frenetic so far.

Wrexham 1-0 Maidstone

Heads in hands for Maidstone. Terrific attack down the left-hand side sees the ball played across the box for Jack Parkinson but Jon Flatt manages to keep his low effort out with his legs.

Wrexham 1-0 Maidstone

Former Wrexham midfielder Barry Horne tells BBC Wales: "What Wrexham don't need to do is sit back, they've been totally dominant so far - they really need to get a second."

Wrexham 1-0 Maidstone

How will the seventh tier side react to going behind? Hartlepool took the lead against Blyth in yesterday's match and we all know

how that turned out.

Preston 1-0 Shrewsbury

Micky Mellon
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Shrewsbury Town manager Micky Mellon saw his side press and press for an equaliser at Preston, but to no avail, and he was disappointed to not get at least a goal in the 1-0 defeat.

"I think that we didn't do enough in the first half, we were yards off the pace and if I'm honest all over the place," Mellon told BBC Radio Shropshire.

"But in the second half, we passed it around superb and we are disappointed to have allowed the cross in, to allow them to score at head-height so we were punished by one mistake.

"We probably had total control in the second half but we just didn't have the cutting edge and composure needed to get back on level terms.

"We changed the system, and they had to change things to match us as we were getting the better of it - but their smartness was needed to score."

GOAL

Wrexham 1-0 Maidstone - Manny Smith (19 mins)

Lee Worgan has been terrific in the Maidstone goal so far but he will not want to see this again. He palms a corner down to the edge of the six-yard box and former Walsall defender Manny Smith throws himself at the ball to send it over the line (just) via the crossbar.

Wrexham 0-0 Maidstone United

Alex Flisher fires an excellent low volley at Wrexham's goal but Jon Flatt is equal to it and the visitors can't quite scramble the ball over the line in the melee that follows.

Bury 1-1 Luton

Bury striker Ryan Lowe

tells the club's Twitter feed that it was the Shakers' togetherness which contributed to their draw - which came thanks to a 90th-minute equaliser.

"Their defenders were putting bodies on the line but the goal was coming," Lowe said. We have to live with the decisions the gaffer makes but fair play to Nards for coming on and scoring.

"As far as I'm concerned, this is one of the best competitions in the world and I've always wanted to be part of it. I've been in teams when fellow strikers are waiting for you to mess up - there's none of that here. The mood around the place is second to none - we've had a few bad results but we're looking to kick on from here."

Wrexham 0-0 Maidstone United

Real open feel to the tie at the moment.

Wrexham are looking like the dominant force but Maidstone aren't afraid to try and play when they get a chance to get on the ball. Mind you, Stones keeper Lee Worgan has already been forced into four saves.

Wrexham 0-0 Maidstone United

Big save from Lee Worgan. Mark Carrington bursts into the area but the keeper comes out to smother his effort. Moments later Conor Jennings heads wide from eight yards. All Wrexham early on.

Wrexham 0-0 Maidstone United

Andy Bishop goes close to giving the hosts an early lead. He drills his half-volley from Wesley York's centre into the ground and just past the post.