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Phil Cartwright and Brendon Mitchell

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  1. That's a wrap

    That just about brings our FA Cup live text marathon to a close.

    All eyes will now be on tomorrow's third-round draw, which you can watch live on BBC Two from 19:00 GMT. What's your preference - one of the big boys or one of the minnows next up? All of the lucky numbers are below.

    But, for now, it's goodnight from us.

  2. Third-round ball numbers

    1. AFC Bournemouth 2. Arsenal 3. Aston Villa 4. Birmingham City 5. Blackburn Rovers 6. Blackpool 7. Bolton Wanderers 8. Brentford 9. Brighton & Hove Albion 10. Burnley 11. Cardiff City 12. Charlton Athletic 13. Chelsea 14. Crystal Palace 15. Derby County 16. Everton 17. Fulham 18. Huddersfield Town 19. Hull City 20. Ipswich Town 21. Leeds United 22. Leicester City 23. Liverpool 24. Manchester City 25. Manchester United 26. Middlesbrough 27. Millwall 28. Newcastle United 29. Norwich City 30. Nottingham Forest 31. Queens Park Rangers 32. Reading 33. Rotherham United 34. Sheffield Wednesday 35. Southampton 36. Stoke City 37. Sunderland 38. Swansea City 39. Tottenham Hotspur 40. Watford 41. West Bromwich Albion 42. West Ham United 43. Wigan Athletic 44. Wolverhampton Wanderers 45. Oxford United or Tranmere Rovers 46. Bury or Luton Town 47. Wrexham 48. Scunthorpe United or Worcester City 49. Colchester United 50. AFC Wimbledon 51. Accrington Stanley or Yeovil Town 52. Blyth Spartans 53. Chesterfield 54. Southport 55. Gateshead 56. Doncaster Rovers 57. Preston North End 58. Barnsley or Chester 59. Bradford City 60. Sheffield United 61. Dover Athletic 62. Cambridge United or Mansfield Town 63. Bristol City 64. Aldershot Town or Rochdale

  3. Today's results

    Dover cause the biggest upset


    We began the day in the North East, where eighth-tier Warrington Town's fairytale FA Cup run came to an end at the hands of Conference side Gateshead.

    Of our eight 14:00 GMT kick-offs, the limelight belonged to non-leaguers Dover, who went to Cheltenham Town of League Two and came away with victory, while Aldershot, Worcester City and Chester did themselves proud by holding League One clubs Rochdale, Scunthorpe and Barnsley to credible draws.

    And we finished things off with a grandstand finish in Essex, where Colchester grabbed an injury-time winner to send fellow third-tier club Peterborough crashing out.

  4. The second round - as told by you


    Jack Young with the Christmas jumper wearing Dartford fans

    All weekend, we've been asking you to share your FA Cup moments using #getcarriedaway

    Here is the story of the shocks and upsets, the long road trips and the lucky bits of underwear - as told by you.

  5. Post-match reaction

    Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City

    Scunthorpe manager Mark Robins told BBC Radio Humberside: "We weren't good enough. We were lacklustre and we weren't as good as we've been. But then again, I've got three or four players out and those changes make a difference to us. We're still in the hat. We've got to go down to Kidderminster to play in this game against Worcester and there's more work to do. We need to be better and work harder than we did today."

    Scunthorpe went ahead through Paddy Madden's first-half goal but the League One side were pegged back after half-time, with Daniel Nti equalising for the Conference North visitors and earning Worcester a replay.

    Daniel Nti celebrates
    Worcester celebrate
  6. Post-match reaction

    Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City

    Worcester City goalkeeper Nathan Vaughan told BBC Midlands Today: "It was an unbelievable game and I think we've proved a few people wrong. People thought we would be a one-hit wonder after beating Coventry, but we've turned up today, started horrifically, but then we grew into the game and could have nicked it at the end. We've given a good account of ourselves again."

    Worcester City captain Ellis Deeney on Twitter: "What a game and what a result. In the hat for Monday night. Can't wait for the replay."

    Conference North club Worcester could draw Watford, the Championship side for whom Ellis's brother Troy plays, in round three.

    Ellis Deeney
  7. Post-match reaction

    Southport 2-1 Eastleigh

    Southport manager Gary Brabin: "I'm delighted, not just that we got through, but the performance today was outstanding. We thoroughly deserved it. We've worked on a change of shape. I went to watch Eastleigh in midweek and I thought it was a good time to try something different. I'm an Evertonian and I would love to play Everton at Goodison Park."

    Eastleigh manager Richard Hill told BBC Radio Solent: "Sometimes the opposition stop you from playing, sometimes the officials stop you from playing, and most definitely today the officials have stopped us from playing. In the magnitude of this game for these two clubs, that performance from that referee was just not good enough. It's not a red card. It's a blatant foul but it's halfway in our half. It's a yellow card. He's probably the best part of 40 yards from goal but there's a lot that can happen in 40 yards."

    Dean Beckwith's red card proved the turning point as Southport beat fellow Conference side Eastleigh to book a place in the third round.

  8. Post-match reaction - highlights now on BBC Two

    Gateshead 2-0 Warrington Town

    Gateshead manager Gary Mills: "It's 60 years since this club have been in the third round so I'm delighted to be able to be in that hat."

    Warrington manager Shaun Reid: "I wish them all the best in the next round because they've earned the right. I'm not going to emphasise what's gone wrong for us. I've enjoyed the journey."

    BBC Sport's Kevin Kilbane: "The win against Exeter will live long in the memory. It was one of the highlights of not just this season's FA Cup, but for years to come. Shaun Reid can be proud of the way his team have performed throughout the run."

    BBC Sport's Leroy Rosenior: "They've been magnificent. Unfortunately today Craig Robinson and Karl Wills have made slight mistakes after being heroes in the first round, but that's football. Gateshead are a terrific side. John Oster was tremendous today and Warrington did well to stick it out against that Gateshead side."

    Eighth-tier Warrington's FA Cup journey is over following a 2-0 defeat by Conference side Gateshead.

  9. #getcarriedaway

    Colchester United 1-0 Peterborough United

    After Colchester United booked their place in the third round of the FA Cup U's fan James Bradbury Willis definitely feels his lengthy trip was worthwhile: "A 520-mile round trip was well worth a great @ColU_Official #facup win!"

  10. Post-match reaction - highlights now on BBC Two

    Bristol City 1-0 AFC Telford

    BBC Sport's Leroy Rosenior: "Telford made it uncomfortable for Bristol City. As it wore on, Telford were getting more and more belief and Bristol City were getting more and more frantic. You feel for Telford because, over the 90 minutes, they maybe just deserved to take Bristol City back to their place."

    Kieran Agard's winner spared the blushes of League One leaders Bristol City as they beat Conference strugglers Telford.

  11. Post-match reaction - highlights now on BBC Two

    Southport 2-1 Eastleigh

    Dean Beckwith's red card for Eastleigh caused a difference of opinion between our experts...

    BBC Sport's Kevin Kilbane: "I think it's a clear red card. The striker's away and as soon as the challenge is made, I don't think the referee's got any other option."

    BBC Sport's Leroy Rosenior: "I think he's kicked it so far ahead of him, he'd be lucky to cross it. That's why it should be a yellow card. But Southport took advantage of it."

    Southport are one of five non-league clubs definitely into the third round.

  12. Post-match reaction - highlights now on BBC Two

    Barnsley 0-0 Chester

    Chester manager Steve Burr: "We haven't done it yet, but the lads were terrific today. It will send the fans back home happy but we've still got another tough game ahead of us."

    Chester goalkeeper Jon Worsnop: "Early on I went in for a 50-50 challenge and took a knock on the head. I think I've cracked my cheekbone but that's the life of a goalkeeper."

    BBC Sport's Leroy Rosenior: "It was a great 0-0. I was up and down out of my seat all afternoon watching it. Chester were fantastic from start to finish. Jon Worsnop was terrific and Barnsley's Ross Turnbull made a couple of excellent saves. I'm really pleased Chester got the draw because they deserved it."

    BBC Sport's Kevin Kilbane: "The way Chester played today - both sides had chances - but with Chester going back home, it's a great opportunity for them."

    A 0-0 draw at Oakwell means Barnsley and Chester will do it all again in a second-round replay.

  13. Post update

    Colchester United 1-0 Peterborough United

    What a remarkable end to what was, for long periods, a bit of a non-event of an FA Cup tie. Sam Walker's wonderful save from Aaron Mclean's penalty set the platform for George Moncur to snatch an injury-time winner.

  14. Post-match reaction - highlights now on BBC Two

    Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City

    Worcester manager Carl Heeley: "There wasn't any ranting and raving at half-time. We're 13 games unbeaten and we've done incredibly well to get to the second round of the FA Cup. To not do yourselves justice when you get there is not acceptable and you'll regret it for the rest of tour life. We spoke about relaxing, enjoying the occasion and doing what they do every week. They came out on the front foot and started to out Scunthorpe under pressure."

    Worcester goalscorer Daniel Nti: "This is what dreams are made of. You could pull a world-class side. We're just so excited and waiting for Monday."

    BBC Sport's Leroy Rosenior: "In the first half, they tried to impose themselves physically and it caused them a few problems. They gave away free-kicks in daft places, instead of concentrating on their football and what's got them to this stage of the FA Cup. When you go in with that intention, you forget what good players you are."

    BBC Sport's Kevin Kilbane: "They're a good footballing side. They came and put on a really good show in the second half. It was a much more positive performance."

    Daniel Nti's equaliser was enough to earn Conference North side Worcester a replay against League One outfit Scunthorpe.


    Colchester United 1-0 Peterborough United

  16. Post update

    Colchester United 1-0 Peterborough United

    Whistles ringing around the stadium but still the referee lets play go on. Posh free-kick for offside, everybody is forward.

  17. Post update

    Colchester United 1-0 Peterborough United

    There are three minutes of stoppage time and it's not looking promising for Peterborough. They need to launch the ball forward.

  18. GOAL

    Colchester United 1-0 Peterborough United - George Moncur

    And, would you believe it, George Moncur has only gone and stolen it for Colchester! He shifts the ball onto his left foot on the edge of the area and strokes it perfectly into the bottom corner, with Ben Alnwick absolutely motionless. What an amazing end to what has been, for long periods, a fairly drab FA Cup tie.


    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    This is absolute chaos at the end! From the resulting corner Christian Burgess's header smashes the crossbar.


    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    Every save from a penalty is a good one - but that's among the very best you're likely to see. Aaron Mclean drills his penalty hard and low to Sam Walker's right-hand side but, as has been the case all evening, the goalkeeper comes out on top. Brilliant, brilliant save.


    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    Sanchez Watt isn't exactly known for his defending, and that'll be why. He trips Michael Bostwick in the area and the Posh have a late penalty. Step forward, Aaron Mclean...


    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    Sam Walker has been fairly busy, but that is the first time he's been really at full stretch. He turns away Jermaine Anderson's fizzing right-footed shot as Peterborough push for a goal.

  23. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    That substitution seems to have sparked the home side into life. Cole Kpekawa does brilliantly to get to the byline and pull the ball back for George Moncur, but his shot is blocked away. We could be in for a grandstand finish.


    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    Colchester striker Rhys Healey, who turned 20 yesterday, is on for Gavin Massey. I reckon he'd love a birthday winner in the FA Cup.

  25. Post-match reaction - highlights now on BBC Two

    Cheltenham Town 0-1 Dover Athletic

    Dover goalscorer Connor Essam: "It's unbelievable and what dreams are made of for a club like ours. The fans came out in force today. We came into game very confident and we showed that. It's a great result for everyone involved with the club."

    Dover manager Chris Kinnear: "In the end, we nicked it. We're unbeaten in 11 games and we didn't play great today but we've got a lot of spirit."

    BBC Sport's Kevin Kilbane: "I think Dover shaded it and just about deserved it. They created the better opportunities and it was a wonderful finish from Connor Essam. There's not too much between the two sides. You sensed before the fixtures today that this was one there could be a shock in and Dover proved it."

    BBC Sport's Leroy Rosenior: "Dover took the game by the scruff of the neck and it was a goal of real quality from Connor Essam."

    Connor Essam's late goal sent Conference club Dover Athletic into the FA Cup third round at the expense of League Two side Cheltenham Town.

  26. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    A terrific piece of defending from Gaspars Gorkss denies Aaron Mclean at the near post and the subsequent corner is wasted. Latvian Gorkss started slowly but he's certainly improved as the evening has progressed.


    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    We're marching towards the conclusion of this FA Cup second-round tie. Can someone pinch it or are we heading for a replay?

  28. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    There's a little pause as Colchester midfielder Craig Eastmond is asked to don a new shirt because there was blood on the one he was wearing. Still the two sides plug away, but still we're lacking that bit of extra quality in the final third.

  29. Post-match reaction

    Barnsley 0-0 Chester

    Barnsley manager Danny Wilson: "We never got going early on. The ball kept coming back at us from the final third. They came to win the game. They've got some good players and we know they're a good side. We know the replay is going to be tough."

    Conference side Chester gave League One outfit Barnsley a real scare at Oakwell and it will need a replay to separate the two after a 0-0 draw today.


    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    That's pretty cynical from Peterborough man Jermaine Anderson, who drags Sanchez Watt down off the ball and gets a yellow card for his troubles.

  31. Post update

    A reminder that our FA Cup highlights programme, featuring action from all 20 second-round ties this weekend, is about to begin on BBC Two and the BBC Sport website.

  32. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    This has fast become a personal battle between Aaron Mclean and Sam Walker. Another strike from the edge of the area, another solid save by the former Chelsea goalkeeper. This Cup tie is just simmering nicely now.

  33. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    Peterborough come very close to winning a penalty, as Conor Washington gets down the right-hand side and is hauled down just a yard or so from the area.

    They'll have a free-kick though, the away side, and it's worked neatly to Aaron Mclean, whose well-struck shot gets blocked away. Better connection from Mclean that time, at least.

  34. Post-match reaction

    Gateshead 2-0 Warrington Town

    While the match between League One rivals Colchester and Peterborough continues in Essex, Warrington's players and staff have taken to Twitter to mark the end of their FA Cup journey...

    Manager Shaun Reid: "To everyone who has backed me, my boys and our club. I am truly grateful. You are a credit to our town. THANK YOU. #believe"

    Chairman Toby Macormac: "A big thankyou for all your messages today. It's been an historic time at the club which I'm proud to have led with Shaun Reid."

    Defender Matt Doughty: "Xmas do in process. Gonna be a messy night."

    Warrington Town players

    Have a good one, guys. For all the memories you've given us in this season's FA Cup, you deserve it.

  35. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    Peterborough are looking increasingly dangerous here. In the last five minutes, they've bossed 81% of the possession so say the stats. Can they carve out another chance or two to find the breakthrough?

  36. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    This really hasn't been Aaron Mclean's night so far, has it? A long ball forward is completely misjudged by the U's defence and has Mclean clean through on Sam Walker's goal - but it's a familiar outcome as the chance peters out.

  37. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    A much livelier start to this second period, although Erhun Oztumer is caught offside just as the Posh look to build up a head of steam.

  38. KICK-OFF

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    It's Peterborough's turn to get us under way. To remind you, the Posh are in their all-black away strip this evening, while Colchester are in their familiar blue and white stripes.

  39. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    The teams are back out and we're moments away from kick off in this second half. Can one of these sides find a bit of quality to match their effort and endeavour?

  40. Friendly rivalry?

    Newcastle United on Twitter

    Newcastle United have congratulated north-east neighbours Gateshead on their progression to the FA Cup third round. Will that friendly rivalry change if ball numbers 28 and 55 are paired together in tomorrow's draw?

  41. #getcarriedaway

    A full range of emotions have been pouring in after the final whistle blew in our eight 14:00 GMT matches:

    Dover fan Sam Inkersole enjoyed basking in side's victory over Cheltenham Town: "What a day. What. A. Day."

    Joe Blight was equally pleased after he saw his Worcester side earn a draw against Scunthorpe: "We're in the draw! Come on you City!!!! The noise when Nti equalised was unreal... Let's have it!"

    And, Bradford City fan Gaz showed his appreciation for the impressive support Dartford brought along to the League One side, despite falling to a 4-1 defeat: "Most League One fans should take note from the #Dartford fans today. Never stopped."

    Lee Noble
  42. Highlights on the way

    While the match at the Weston Homes Community Stadium may not have set the world alight just yet, we have enjoyed some brilliant action in the FA Cup already this afternoon.

    And we'll be bringing you all the goals and more in our highlights show at 18:00 GMT - so don't move a muscle!

    Or if you can't wait, watch the goals via the highlights tab at the top of this page or go here.

    Video wall

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    There goes the whistle then. It's been a half of few chances and, going on what these sides have produced so far, it's hard to see where a goal is coming from.


    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    There'll be three minutes of stoppage time at the end of this opening period. I'll be honest, after all the excitement earlier on, this particular tie has been hard work so far. I'm looking forward to my half-time sandwich.

  45. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    Another long pass upfield by Peterborough, another half chance for Aaron Mclean, another hopelessly scuffed shot snuffled out. I wonder if he's missing his old partner in crime Craig Mackail-Smith, who's not been given permission to play today by his parent club Brighton.

  46. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    This will have been a frustrating watch for both sets of supporters, with plenty of crosses, but too often blocked at source or easily cleared. We meander our way into the final few minutes of the first half.

  47. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    Peterborough's Jack Payne seems to have picked up a knock and is struggling a bit. The Posh bench look tempted to make a change, but for now Payne will battle on.

  48. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    That's much better from the home side - and the two young full-backs seem to be involved in everything they do that's positive. This time it's Cole Kpekawa's turn to get a shot towards goal, but it's deflected over and behind for a corner.


    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    Colchester's Sanchez Watt is the first man to go into the book following a poor challenge on Jack Payne.

    We mentioned the poor form of these two sides before this second-round tie - and thus far a lack of confidence and lack of cutting edge in attack has been there for all to see.

  50. Post-match reaction

    Aldershot 0-0 Rochdale

    Aldershot manager Andy Scott told BBC Surrey: "I can't believe we've not won the game but their keeper was in inspired form. In the second half, we were absolutely relentless with the way we powered forward and created numerous chances. On another day we could have had three or four comfortably, but it wasn't meant to be. I think we were certainly the better side on the day."

    Conference side Aldershot created a host of late chances but could not find the net against League One Rochdale as their second-round tie ended goalless.

  51. #getcarriedaway

    Southport 2-1 Eastleigh

    There were jubilant scenes at Southport too, after they defeated 10-man Conference opponents Eastleigh. Lewie Hitches captured the moment some of the younger fans took to the pitch.

    Lewie Hitchies
  52. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    That's the closest the U's have come. A long throw-in is only half cleared by the Peterborough defence, but George Moncur, son of former West Ham midfielder John, sees his 20-yard curler parried away by Ben Alnwick.

  53. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    That looked like a sore one. Posh defender Gabriel Zakuani and U's forward Sanchez Watt go up together and it's a nasty clash of heads. After a spot of treatment, the pair are both OK to continue.

  54. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    At long last, a genuine sight of goal. Aaron Mclean gets goal-side of Kaspars Gorkss but the former Hull striker's shot is tame and straight at goalkeeper Sam Walker.

  55. Post-match reaction

    Bristol City 1-0 AFC Telford

    Bristol City manager Steve Cotterill: "We created enough opportunities, we just didn't get on the end of it when it mattered. The goal came late and it was tense, but our boys kept on and kept on. Credit to Telford. Well done to them, they've pushed us all the way and their fans were great."

    AFC Telford goalkeeper Jonathan Hedge on Twitter: "Probably the worst way to lose a football game. Lads put in a great performance. Definitely deserved more than we got! Great support too."

    Kieran Agard's 90th-minute winner gave League One leaders City a 1-0 win over Conference strugglers AFC Telford.

  56. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    Tony Humes' young side are playing some decent stuff, knocking it around tidily and looking to keep the ball on the floor. Peterborough are keeping them at arms' length though, and we're still yet to see either goalkeeper tested.

  57. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    A terrific turn of pace from former Arsenal man Sanchez Watt, bursting through a couple of challenges just inside the Posh half. But the ball through to Freddie Sears is over-hit and the chance goes begging for Colchester.

  58. #getcarriedaway

    Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City

    Worcester City fans definitely enjoyed their draw against League One side Scunthorpe. Lyndon Roberts showing some of the post-match scenes.

    Lyndon Roberts
  59. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    A couple of shots on goal now from the home side, the second of which deflects off Christian Burgess and behind for a corner. I'm not sure how much the Peterborough defender knew about that one.

  60. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    The U's again attack down the right-hand side, with full-back Elliott Hewitt keen to get forward. Slowly, Tony Humes' side are asserting some kind of authority on this second-round tie.

  61. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    After a frantic opening couple of minutes, already this game has become a scrappy affair, with most of the play coming in the middle third. Colchester do win the first corner of the evening though - but it's easily cleared.

  62. Post update

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    First chance of the evening goes Peterborough's way. Conor Washington gets beyond Kaspars Gorkss, who looks a little nervy in the opening stages here, but the Posh youngster is forced wide and can't seriously test Sam Walker in the home goal.

  63. KICK-OFF

    Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

    The hosts get us going in this all-League One FA Cup second-round tie then, kicking from left to right in this opening period.

  64. Post update

    Colchester United v Peterborough United (16:30 GMT)

    So here come the teams. Colchester will wear their usual blue and white stripes, while Peterborough are in their all-black away kit.

    It doesn't look like the biggest crowd at the Weston Homes Community Stadium for this one, with one of the stands along the side of the pitch completely empty.

  65. Thrown in the deep end?

    Colchester United v Peterborough United (16:30 GMT)

    Kaspars Gorkss is a late addition to the Colchester United squad, having only arrived on a short-term contract earlier today.

    The 33-year-old Latvia international may not have had much time to get to know his team-mates particularly well, but he'll go straight into the heart of the U's defence to face Peterborough this evening.

    I wonder if he even knows everyone's name yet?

  66. 'You want to win and get into the next round'

    Colchester United v Peterborough United (16:30 GMT)

    Peterborough boss Darren Ferguson told BT Sport: "The FA Cup always brings something special. Hopefully we can get the right result and a good draw in the third round.

    "[Substitute] Leonardo Da-Silva-Lopes has just turned 16 and shown good signs. He's got good potential. We're not afraid to give young players a chance and it's a good opportunity for the kid.

    "It's two teams in a similar vein of form and struggling to get results. It's a cup match - you want to win and get into the next round."

  67. Fergie jnr under pressure?

    Peterborough United v Colchester United (16:30 GMT)

    Darren Ferguson

    It's not been an easy few weeks for Peterborough manager Darren Ferguson.

    Tipped as one of the sides to be challenging at the end of the season, the Posh have slipped from second to ninth in League One within the space of a couple of months, losing five of their last six in the league.

    The FA Cup has been pretty good to the London Road outfit in recent years though, and not since 2005-06 have they failed to make it through to the third round. They'll be eager for more of the same this season, no doubt.

  68. Line-ups

    Colchester United v Peterborough United (16:30 GMT)

    Colchester United: Walker, Hewitt, Gorkss, Eastman, Kpekawa, Moncur, Fox, Eastmond, Massey, Sears, Watt.

    Peterborough United: Alnwick, Bostwick, Zakuani, Burgess, Ntlhe, Payne, Anderson, Newell, Oztumer, Mclean, Washington.

  69. #getcarriedaway

    Cheltenham Town 0-1 Dover Athletic

    They say a picture tells 1,000 words and this from Russell Osborne following Dover Athletic's defeat of League Two side Cheltenham does just that.

    Richard Osborne
  70. You'll never win anything with kids

    Colchester United v Peterborough United (16:30 GMT)

    Things haven't really been going to plan for Colchester this season, with the side struggling down in 22nd in the League One table following a run of four successive losses - including a 6-0 thrashing by MK Dons.

    It's not been the easiest of jobs for boss Tony Humes, however, with a squad largely made up of youngsters from the club's academy. Against the Dons on 1 December, he fielded only two players above the age of 23, with the average age of the U's XI that day weighing in at just 22.

    Humes said after the game that "age doesn't matter", insisting that "young players need to stand up and be counted". They could do with that being the case today.

  71. #getcarriedaway

    There are mixed emotions from fans after another afternoon of thrilling FA Cup ties:

    Chris Faith: Incredible performance from #ChesterFC Bring on the replay!

    Sarah Nickless: Gutted for Telford. #KeepingTheDreamAlive

    Conference side Chester managed a 0-0 draw at League One club Barnsley, but there was no such luck for Telford, who conceded a 90th-minute goal to lose 1-0 at Bristol City.

  72. The giants await

    FA Cup third round draw (Monday, 19:00 GMT)

    FA Cup draw

    You can watch the draw live from Hull on BBC Two and the BBC Sport website tomorrow from 19:00 GMT.

    Joining the winners from this weekend's second-round ties are the 20 Premier League clubs and 24 more from the Championship.

    Former England captain Alan Shearer will help to conduct the draw. Are your club involved? All the lucky numbers are listed here.

  73. Post update

    Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City

    After Worcester managed a 1-1 draw at Scunthorpe United, Worcester defender Wayne Thomas told Final Score: "There are mixed emotions. We are happy to be in the draw still, but we didn't turn up for the first half. In the form we have been in, I am not sure why that was. It might have been nerves or something but we had words at half-time and we came out and scored straight away. We are in the hat for the next round and that is the important thing."

    Worcester manager Carl Heeley added: "All we said today was to have no regrets and to do ourselves justice. We thoroughly deserved a second bite of the cherry. We have a fighting chance. I am delighted for the boys and the fans - they are a great bunch. Obviously you want the biggest tie of the third round - we all want to go to Old Trafford or the Emirates."

    Remember, you can see tomorrow's draw live on the BBC...

  74. Post update

    Colchester United v Peterborough United (16:30 GMT)

    Aaron Mclean

    We began the day with a second-round tie between two sides separated by a whopping 79 places in the English football pyramid - and we'll end it with a game featuring two teams just 13 spots apart.

    Peterborough and Colchester have not been having a great time of it in League One just recently, with neither having picked up three points since October, but today they'll be hoping the FA Cup provides the ideal distraction.

  75. Post update

    Two more non-league clubs, Southport and Gateshead, are into tomorrow's third-round draw following wins today.

    Remember, there's still one more second-round tie to be played today. Colchester v Peterborough kicks off at 16:30 GMT.

  76. Post update

    No doubt where today's FA Cup shock happened - Dover Athletic of the Conference won 1-0 at League Two side Cheltenham with a late goal from Connor Essam. Non-league clubs did themselves proud against Football League opposition, with Chester and Worcester drawing away at League One clubs, while Aldershot held Rochdale at home, and AFC Telford coming within seconds of earning another crack at Bristol City, the highest-ranked club left in the draw.

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    Cheltenham Town 0-1 Dover Athletic

    BBC Sport's Caroline Chapman at Whaddon Road: "The Dover drum is beating hard at Whaddon Road now, and cries of 'Chris Kinnear's barmy army' ring out as the victorious players dance in front the travelling fans. The Cheltenham fans have quickly dispersed, and left surrounded by a chorus of boos."

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    Barnsley 0-0 Chester

    Chester players

    Plenty of blue and white scarves are being whirled around by the travelling Chester fans, while the players pose for photographs with their families in front of the away end at Oakwell. It's been a terrible few years to be a Chester supporter - they've been to oblivion and back - but they'll be in the hat for tomorrow's third-round draw.

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    Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City

    The Worcester City fans have invaded the pitch in celebration. For the second round running, the Conference North side have gone to a League One team and survived. First victory over Coventry City at the Ricoh, and now a credible draw against Scunthorpe at Glanford Park. Bravo.

    Worcester City celebrate after drawing with Scunthorpe in the second round of the FA Cup

    Wycombe 0-1 AFC Wimbledon

  81. Post update

    Aldershot 0-0 Rochdale

    Aldershot manager Andy Scott speaking to Final Score: "We probably had the four best chances. We kept going and they didn't really create something in the second half. Rochdale's goalkeeper was probably the man of the match. How he has made some of those saves I do not know. We should have won but we're in the hat for the next round."


    Barnsley 0-0 Chester

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    Barnsley 0-0 Chester

    Matty Brown - take a bow. Seconds after heading wide from a free-kick, the Chester captain is back on his own line to head a Barnsley shot over his own crossbar.


    Bristol City 1-0 AFC Telford


    Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City

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    Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City

    We're deep into stoppage time at Glanford Park. Worcester City are moments away from securing a replay against League One Scunthorpe.


    Cheltenham Town 0-1 Dover Athletic

    Connor Essam goal for Dover

    Dover cause an upset and make it through to the third round for the second time in their history thanks to Connor Essam's goal seven minutes from time.

    Watch the winning moment here.


    Bradford City 4-1 Dartford

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    Wycombe 0-1 AFC Wimbledon

    Six minutes of injury time being played at Adams Park as the hosts go in search of an equaliser.


    Aldershot 0-0 Rochdale

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    Bristol City 1-0 AFC Telford

    Goodness me, what a chance that is for non-league Telford. Sam Smith meets the ball at the near post but can only put it wide, with Frank Fielding well and truly beaten in the Robins goal. As let offs go, that's about as big as they come for Steve Cotterill's side.

    Telford miss a late chance against Bristol City
  92. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Chester

    Chester assistant manager Jon McCarthy is hoping his side can hold on in the closing stages against Barnsley - he told Final Score: "We will keep trying to push. We are pleased with how we coped with their diamond at the beginning of the second half. They are a good side and have just put on two good wingers but the manager only knows how to attack and we will keep doing that. We are a little bit between part-time and full-time so we are tiring a little. It would be such a shame if we didn't hold on but we have given a good account of ourselves."

  93. Post update

    Bristol City 1-0 AFC Telford

    Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Final Score

    "Liam Watson's Telford have put up such a good fight. Bristol City had created a couple of chances but nothing great. It was a poor goal to give away after the defence had played so well."


    Southport 2-1 Eastleigh

  95. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Chester

    Chester have given a performance for their 2,143 travelling supporters to be proud of today. The Conference side have hit the woodwork and had two efforts cleared off the line. On balance, they deserve a replay at least.

  96. Post update

    Cheltenham Town 0-1 Dover Athletic

    Into three minutes of stoppage time at Whaddon Road. Will Dover survive to cause an upset?

  97. GOAL

    Bristol City 1-0 AFC Telford - Kieran Agard (90 mins)

    Huge, huge relief for the League One leaders, who've surely booked their spot in the third round. Kieran Agard, denied moments ago, latches onto Luke Freeman's far-post corner and bundles it over the line. It's not pretty, but Bristol City's blushes look to have been spared.

  98. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Chester

    A fine save from Jon Worsnop denies Barnsley's Conor Hourihane, who breaks clear on the counter attack. Can either side find a winner?

  99. Post update

    Southport 2-1 Eastleigh

    Four minutes of added time being played as Southport try to cling on to their slender lead.

  100. Post update

    Bristol City 0-0 AFC Telford

    Todd Kane, who has made it back onto the field, is absolutely clattered and Bristol City have a free-kick 40 yards out. The ball is launched into the area but Kieran Agard's effort is blocked away. That'll be a corner.

  101. Post update

    Cheltenham Town 0-1 Dover Athletic

    BBC Sport's Caroline Chapman at Whaddon Road: "Connor Essam's goal was nothing more than Dover deserved. They have pushed and pushed Cheltenham in the second half and, after team-mate Richard Orlu had hit the bar, Essam pounced on some tardy Robins defending. The home fans were stunned into silence initially, before boos rang out. Needless to say, it's bedlam in the Dover end."

    Are the Conference side about to give us today's major FA Cup upset?

  102. Post update

    Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City

    Worcester manager Carl Heeley speaking to Final Score: "We needed to do more, we came out of the blocks and have done ourselves justice this half. We need to make sure we don't get caught pushing up too much but we look a major threat. We have made a couple of changes and we could really do something here."

  103. Post update

    Aldershot 0-0 Rochdale

    Conference side Aldershot are on top against League One Rochdale in the closing stages, but their momentum has been checked by an injury to defender Glenn Wilson, who seemed to hurt his knee. He's fine to continue, although the experienced Mark Phillips is ready to come on if needed.

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    Southport 2-1 Eastleigh

    James Constable goes close once again for Eastleigh who continue to push for an equaliser. Constable tries to squeeze a left-footed effort across goal, but the ball rolls agonisingly wide.

  105. Post update

    Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City

    That's a fine save by Nathan Vaughan, who keeps Worcester City in the tie. Paddy Madden finds a pocket of space inside the area and drills towards goal, but Vaughan stands up to it and fists the ball away.

  106. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Chester

    How is this game still 0-0? Substitute Dale Jennings sends in a low angled shot from 15 yards and it flashes wide of the post.

  107. Post update

    Bristol City 0-0 AFC Telford

    A bit of concern here for Bristol City's Todd Kane, who has stayed down and a stretcher has come onto the field. He seems to be holding is shoulder and, although the stretcher has now been sent away, I suspect the Chelsea loanee may struggle to continue.

  108. GOAL

    Cheltenham Town 0-1 Dover Athletic - Connor Essam (83 mins)

    And there is the goal for Dover that their pressure has deserved. Captain Connor Essam is the man to get the breakthrough. A neat turn and finish inside the area as Cheltenham fail to clear from Nicky Deverdics' cross.


    Cheltenham Town 0-0 Dover Athletic

    Tyrone Sterling hits the post for Dover and still the game remains goalless despite decent efforts from both sides.

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    Aldershot 0-0 Rochdale

    A flashpoint at Aldershot as Jaydon Gibbs and Peter Vincenti collide. Both are shown yellow cards.

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    Aldershot 0-0 Rochdale

    Rochdale assistant manager Chris Beech hopes the introduction of Jack Muldoon can help them break the deadlock - he told Final Score: "We are looking to penetrate the Aldershot defence. They have played well and it is so tight here but we need to take our chances."

  112. Post update

    Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City

    Sean Geddes's set-piece delivery has been of real quality today, but Worcester just can't seem to get someone on the end of one of his crosses. A free-kick and then a corner are whipped dangerously into the area but both times Scunthorpe get the ball away.

  113. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Chester

    Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Final Score

    "Chester are really on top and pushing for the win here. From Barnsley's point of view they are starting to panic and they really need get some control back."


    Barnsley 0-0 Chester

    And now a Chester goal is disallowed, as Ben Heneghan finds the net from close range but from an offside position. The correct decision.


    Southport 2-1 Eastleigh

    Ben Strevens hits the post with a header from a Paul Reid cross for Eastleigh as the 10 men from Hampshire push for an equaliser.

  116. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Chester

    Two big headed chances for Chester go begging. Kieran Charnock leaps highest from a corner and directs his header towards the net, but Conor Hourihane is there to clear it off the line. Seconds later, another cross picks out Craig Hobson but he heads over.

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    Wycombe 0-1 AFC Wimbledon

    Wycombe go in search of an equaliser at Adams Park and Sam Wood fires a shot at Wimbledon goalkeeper James Shea who pushes the ball away from danger.

  118. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Chester

    Kane Hemmings fires wide for Barnsley after Leroy Lita puts Chester goalkeeper Jon Worsnop under pressure from a cross. There were covering defenders on the line, but Hemmings should have at least found the target.

  119. Post update

    Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City

    The second half at Glanford Park has been much more even since Daniel Nti's goal within 60 seconds of the restart. There have been chances at both ends, but can someone write themselves into tomorrow's headlines?

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    Aldershot 0-0 Rochdale

    Still waiting for a breakthrough at Aldershot, where both sides are pushing for what would probably be a winning goal. A replay beckons.

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    Cheltenham Town 0-0 Dover Athletic

    Still goalless at Whaddon Road and Conference side Dover are holding their own. Stefan Payne has seen a shot skim off the top of the crossbar for the visitors. Byron Harrison tees up Jason Taylor for Cheltenham, but a finish inside the six-yard box eludes him.

  122. Post update

    Bristol City 0-0 AFC Telford

    Two big chances for Telford's Andy Todd, two big saves by Frank Fielding. The second, in particular, was a fine, two-handed stop down to his right to deny Todd, who scored for Tamworth against Bristol City in the FA Cup last season.

  123. Post update

    Southport 2-1 Eastleigh

    Micah Evans is denied a chance to put Southport further ahead as he spoons a shot from a rebound over the bar after an initial shot is saved from Mitchell Austin.

  124. Post update

    Here's how things stand with around 15 minutes remaining...

    Latest scores
  125. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Chester

    Beginning to open up a little at Oakwell, where Barnsley have come close to an opening goal. Marcello Trotta finds space on the left but his shot is straight at Chester goalkeeper Jon Worsnop. Difficult to spot the difference of two divisions between the sides.

  126. Post update

    Bristol City 0-0 AFC Telford

    Marlon Pack fires a shot straight at Jonathan Hedge in Telford's goal. The Conference side are beginning to tire a little, but in this second half Bristol City haven't really stretched Hedge like they did in the first.

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    Cheltenham Town 0-0 Dover Athletic

    BBC Sport's Caroline Chapman at Whaddon Road: "It's impossible to separate the two sides at the moment. Both have moments of good quality attacking football, but it's mixed with scrappy passes and poor crosses. Dover's Tom Bonner had a golden chance to put the non-league side ahead when the ball fell to him after a goalmouth scrap, but he put his effort over the stand in which the away fans are situated. At the other end, Jason Taylor should have done better with his drilled shot which ended up wide of the post."

  128. GOAL

    Southport 2-1 Eastleigh - Micah Evans (71 mins)

    Micah Evans goal

    And with the commentator's curse, Southport take the lead and Micah Evans is the man to get the goal.

    The ball rebounds off a post after the initial effort from Richard Brodie and Evans fires it right-footed into the roof of the Eastleigh net.

    Watch the goal go in.

  129. Post update

    Southport 1-1 Eastleigh

    Eastleigh appear to be holding their own after being reduced to 10 men earlier with the dismissal of Dean Beckwith. Stuart Fleetwood has come off the bench to pair up with James Constable and is causing some problems for the home side.

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    Bradford City 4-1 Dartford

    Jason Roberts

    BBC Final Score

    "That was a ridiculous piece of play from Lee Noble. When he was stood there I thought 'what is he going to do there?' To backheel it in that way is a really intelligent piece of play. That is the goal of the second round."

  131. Post update

    The goals are flying in now. Watch them all via the highlights tab.

    Highlights tab
  132. Post update

    Bristol City 0-0 AFC Telford

    Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Final Score

    "They have a good side, and the longer the game goes on as 0-0, a chance will come Telford's way. It is all about whether they can take that chance."

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    Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City

    Billy Kee follows in after another smart stop by Worcester goalkeeper Nathan Vaughan but can only fire his attempt wide. It's end-to-end stuff at Glanford Park.

  134. GOAL

    Bradford City 4-1 Dartford - Lee Noble (64 mins)

    Dartford pull a goal back at Valley Parade with a smart back heel from Lee Noble inside the area. Time for a dramatic comeback?

  135. Post update

    Aldershot 0-0 Rochdale

    Brett Williams goes close twice for Aldershot in the space of 30 seconds, and then has appeals for a penalty waved away. The non-league side growing in confidence in this match now.

  136. Post update

    Bristol City 0-0 AFC Telford

    This has not been convincing by Bristol City, who made only three changes for this FA Cup. Telford, if anything, look the more likely to break the deadlock.

    Bristol City manager Steve Cotterill
  137. Post update

    Aldershot 0-0 Rochdale

    Rochdale's former Aldershot winger Peter Vincenti has forced an excellent save from Phil Smith as League One Dale look to find a goal against the Shots of the Conference. At the other end, Emmanuel Oyeleke goes close for the hosts.

  138. GOAL

    Bradford City 4-0 Dartford - Mark Yeates (59 mins)

    Two goals in the space of a minute for Bradford as the misery continues for Dartford.

    Mark Yeates is the man to get the fourth at Valley Parade as he guides a right-foot shot into the far left corner.

    Bradford's Mark Yeates celebrates
  139. GOAL

    Bradford City 3-0 Dartford - Filipe Morais (58 mins)

    A deflected right-foot shot from outside the area by Filipe Morais gets a third goal for Bradford.

    Filipe Morais scores for Bradford
  140. Post update

    Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City

    Worcester are suddenly looking like the team in the ascendency at Scunthorpe. Sean Geddes's corner is spilled by the goalkeeper, but striker Mike Symons can only fire the ball over from eight yards out. What a chance that was.

  141. GOAL

    Wycombe 0-1 AFC Wimbledon - Sean Rigg (56 mins)

    The visitors have the lead in this all League Two affair. Sean Rigg is played in on the edge of the area and he cleverly pokes an effort with the outside of his boot into the corner.

    Could Wimbledon be writing another chapter in their rich Cup history?

  142. Post update

    Wycombe 0-0 AFC Wimbledon

    Matt Tubbs has the ball in the net for Wimbledon, but his effort is ruled out for offside. A bit more of a spark from the two sides after the break as they shoot towards their own fans.

  143. Post update

    Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City

    Jason Roberts

    BBC Final Score

    "Now is when you found out about yourself. It is easy when you are winning and passing the ball around, but when you concede, this is when you are looking around for leaders on the park. They are going to need the fans and the manager to get behind them now."

    Scunthorpe v Worcester City
  144. Post update

    Bristol City 0-0 AFC Telford

    Conference side Telford are still having their fair share of the game against Bristol City. They win three successive corners on the left, each one delivered with good quality by Adam Farrell, but eventually the home side get the ball away.

  145. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Chester

    Remember that famous FA Cup goal from David Ginola at Oakwell all those years ago? Well Chester's Craig Mahon has almost recreated it, jinking and weaving his way in from the left and leaving the Barnsley defence standing before firing low at goal from an angle. Only a superb save from Ross Turnbull keeps this one 0-0.

  146. Post update

    Bradford City 2-0 Dartford

    Bradford very much in control against their Conference opposition. Billy Clarke misses a chance to score a third for Bradford and his second of the afternoon after shooting wide.

  147. Post update

    Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City

    BBC Hereford & Worcester commentator Dan Johnson's description of Sean Geddes's goal at Coventry as "pandemonium at the Ricoh" became something of a tagline for Worcester City supporters. I wonder how he would've described that one from Daniel Nti. Glee at Glanford Park? Sensational at Scunthorpe?

    Worcester score against Scunthorpe
  148. Post update

    Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City

    Speaking just before his side's equaliser right at the start of the second half, Worcester City manager Carl Heeley told Final Score: "We were second best in the first half. We have just spoken about not having any regrets. We do have a couple of other gears and can play a bit better. The players were a bit disappointed in the dressing room that they didn't play better in the first half. Credit to Scunthorpe - they did play well but we know we can do more."

    Heeley got the response he wanted - Daniel Nti equalised for Worcester within a minute of the restart.

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    Aldershot 0-0 Rochdale

    The League One side have had the better of the second half so far, but they can't find an opening goal as Rochdale's Calvin Andrew can't keep his header down from a left-wing cross.

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    Barnsley 0-0 Chester

    Jason Roberts

    BBC Final Score

    "Chester have done what they needed to do to keep themselves in the game against better opposition. They got in Barnsley's faces and were aggressive and then had a couple of chances on the break. Their big chance came from John Rooney's corner that was cleared of the line and they have got a chance if they keep doing what they've been doing."

  151. GOAL

    Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City - Daniel Nti (46 mins)

    Conference North Worcester City are at it again in the FA Cup! It's scrappy, but the travelling contingent at Glanford Park won't be at all bothered. Scunthorpe fail to clear their lines and it's like pinball inside the penalty area, but Daniel Nti soon puts an end to that by stabbing it into the back of the net. Game on.

    Worcester equalise at Scunthorpe
  152. RED CARD

    Southport 1-1 Eastleigh - Dean Beckwith

    Eastleigh captain Dean Beckwith is shown a red card for fouling Mitchell Austin as the Southport player was through on goal.

    No hesitation from the referee as he reaches for his pocket.

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