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Gary Rose

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  1. Post update

    That's that for FA Cup action this week, with Euro 2016 qualifying taking centre stage from Friday.

    Scotland host Republic of Ireland and we'll be back with live updates for that game, and the rest of the European action then.

    You can watch all the goals from the FA Cup first-round this weekend on the BBC Sport FA Cup index, where you can also read match reports, features and previews.

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    FA Cup draw

    So no FA Cup shock then to end the first-round weekend. Here is the draw in full:

    FA Cup
    FA Cup

    Havant & Waterlooville 0-3 Preston

    There's some happy away fans as several dance a conga in the stands as the final whistle goes. Professional win for the hosts, with Walsall or Shrewsbury awaiting in the next round.

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    Havant & Waterlooville 0-3 Preston

    Three minutes of stoppage time is shown on the fourth official's board with Preston still pushing. They want a fourth.


    Havant & Waterlooville 0-3 Preston

    Kevin Davies is denied the chance to have his name on the scoresheet as Ryan Young produces a fine one-handed save to push the striker's shot behind from six yards. That was Preston's 22nd shot on goal.


    Havant & Waterlooville 0-3 Preston

    Callum Robinson gets a huge applause from the travelling Preston fans as he goes off, with Scott Laird replacing the hat-trick man for the final few minutes.

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    Havant & Waterlooville 0-3 Preston

    Warren Cummings joins Brian Stock in the dressing room and a television shot shows the pair looking a little glum as they watch the remainder of the game. Not quite the night they had hoped for but Havant & Waterlooville have given a solid account of themselves, despite the scoreline.

  8. GOAL

    Havant & Waterlooville 0-3 Preston - Callum Robinson (pen)

    Callum Robinson blasts home the penalty to seal the win and his hat-trick against nine-man Havant & Waterlooville.

    PNE's Callum Robinson beats the keeper from the penalty spot

    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston

    Penalty to Preston as Warren Cummings uses his hand to stop a shot on the line and he is sent off as a result. It would have been a certain goal - and thus a hat-trick - for the heavily involved Callum Robinson.

    Seconds earlier a header from Robinson hit the crossbar, an Alan Browne shot seconds later hit the post and Robinson then saw his goal-bound shot saved - somewhat illegally - by Cummings.

    What you might describe as a very busy few seconds.

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    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston

    Half a chance for the hosts as Perry Ryan almost bulldozes his way into the area but Neil Kilkenny and Tom Clarke throw themselves in his way and block the shot. Just over 12 minutes left.

  11. Get involved via #bbcfacup

    Bit of a cross-sporting tale here for our latest suggestion on the star names feature....

    Gary Pratt Trent Bridge 2005

    Michael Blighe: Gary Pratt, who ran out Ponting at Trent Bridge in the 2005 Ashes was born in and played for my home team Bishop Auckland.


    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston

    Changes for both sides as Josh Brownhill and Paul Gallagher go off for the away side, to be replaced by Neil Kilkenny and Kyel Reid, while striker Alan Connell comes on for JJ Hooper for the hosts.

    Hawks boss Lee Bradbury says he is going to go more direct with Connell's introduction. Fair play to them, they've given a decent account of themselves.

  13. CLOSE!

    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston

    It has been a while since we've had any action of note but Preston have two chances in quick succession as Kevin Davies holds the ball up well and lays it off for Josh Brownhill, who shoots wide, before Paul Gallagher warms the gloves of Ryan Young with a dipping effort. The home side look to be tiring.

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    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston

    It's been an easy night for Preston defender Scott Wiseman, with the hosts having managed just one shot on target.

    Best to enjoy it, though, as in a couple of days he will line-up against Germany for Gibraltar in Euro 2016 qualifying. It's not quite like marking Mario Gotze tonight...

    PNE's Scott Wiseman collects the ball
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    A couple more tales of your star names playing in the lower leagues here....

    Nick Hatton: Mike Marsh, Dean Sturridge, Jeff Kenna, Lee Hendrie, Ian Olney; all ex-top flight names to have played for Kidderminster.

    Jason Tucker: Dj Campbell playing for Maidenhead has to be up there


    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston

    Havant & Waterlooville make a couple of changes as forward Shamir Mullings is brought on for Bradley Bubb and Perry Ryan replaces Ben Swallow. Can they make a difference? It's a big ask.

  17. RED CARD

    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston - Brian Stock

    Brian Stock sent off

    It gets worse for Havant & Waterlooville as Brian Stock is sent off against his former club, picking up a second yellow for a bad challenge on Alan Browne.


    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston

    Havant & Waterlooville's Scott Donnelly tumbles under a challenge inside the penalty area but referee Steve Martin is not interested though and to be fair, the protests came from the stands rather than on the pitch.

    Home boss Lee Bradbury thinks otherwise, though, as he swipes his fist through the air in disgust.

  19. Who is Callum Robinson?

    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston

    Callum Robinson in action for Preston at Havant & Waterlooville

    The Preston goalscorer is a 19-year-old forward on loan at Deepdale from Aston Villa.

    Born in Northampton, he is an England U16, U17, U19 and U20 international. He came through the youth ranks at Villa and has made four first-team appearances at the club.

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    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston

    Looks like Havant & Waterlooville have made a tactical switch to double up on Callum Robinson, who was by far the best player in the first half. Seems to be doing the job so far, as he has not had a sniff as yet.

  21. Get involved via #bbcfacup

    Biggest names in non-league

    Des Walker

    Ben Hayes: I watched Burton Albion in 2002. They had Des Walker and Andy Sinton. Funny thing is...Walker re-signed for Forest shortly after.

    Tom Minton: Saw Rufus Brevett manage & 40y/o Barry Hayles play for Arlesey Town at my local Stourbridge. Somehow ran our centrebacks ragged!

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    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston

    The Havant & Waterlooville fans are still determined to enjoy themselves, despite the scoreline, and a shot from Preston's Josh Brownhill sails over the bar and over the stands to a chorus of 'wayyyyy' from the home fans.

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    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston

    Big fan of being able to hear the thoughts of managers during the game. Here's what Preston boss Simon Grayson told BT Sport just before the start of the second half: "Just do the same.

    "Be professional and keep working hard. The team knows they need to do a lot better and keep improving. You saw two non-league teams scored early at the weekend and the league side didn't get a chance. It was important to get the goal early."

  24. KICK-OFF

    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston

    No changes for either side as Havant & Waterlooville get things back under way. Will Lee Bradbury's half-time words have an impact?

  25. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Biggest names in non-league

    Edgar Davids

    Some suggestions here for big footballing names seen in less familiar settings:

    Dave Bryan: prob Jimmy greaves or Peter Taylor at Chelmsford city and Nigel Spink before move to villa

    Matt Roller: Saw the last game of Edgar Davids' career; he got sent off in a 2-1 loss to my team, Salisbury. Not quite the San Siro

    Stephan Pardoe: Lee Hendrie77 playing six games for Redditch Utd a few years back is the biggest name I've seen in non league. Kept us up as well

  26. 'FA Cup glows brightly'

    Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown, a three-time FA Cup winner, made the second-round draw earlier and he says: "It brings feelings of winning the Cup back. Warrington, who beat Exeter on Friday, played with their heart and desire. You miss the feeling in the dressing room but it almost felt like we were on the inside again.

    "At the end of the game, with the excitement of the fans - it's retelling the story of the FA Cup. People have tried to diminish it but it glows brightly."

  27. Get involved via #bbcfacup

    Marcus Duncomb: Tough away draw at either Accrington Stanley or Notts County, mind you, @YTFC are usually good in the #bbcfacup

  28. Get involved via #bbcfacup

    Paul Whiteman: Cracking tie @Blyth_Spartans away to Hartlepool in the FA Cup 2nd round... Bring it on!!! #HowayBlyth #GreenArmy

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    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston

    Walsall or Shrewsbury await the winner of this game, which looks likely to be Preston, after the FA Cup second-round draw was made earlier. There were a few interesting-looking ties pulled out of the pot. Here's a few more thoughts from others on the draw...

  30. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Mike Hall: Preston North End are being boringly professional; no chance of a Havant & Waterlooville cupset tonight! #bbcfootball


    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston

    Job done as far as Preston are concerned as they head off the pitch with a healthy two-goal lead. Not looking promising for that FA Cup magic tonight, upset fans.


    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston

    Ryan Young prevents Preston from adding a third as he first keeps out Alan Browne's fierce drive, before then blocking Scott Wiseman's follow up.

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    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston

    It's all very comfortable for Preston at the moment, who are just toying with Havant & Waterlooville, passing the ball around patiently without really threatening as half-time approaches. Get to the break with a two-goal lead, and you would have to think that victory will be pretty much in the bag for the League One side.


    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston

    The home side are creating chances as Brian Dutton sees his downward header from a Ben Swallow free-kick bounce up off the turf and onto the post.


    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston

    Brian Stock is the first man into referee Steve Martin's book for a crunching challenge on Callum Robinson. The veteran midfielder perhaps trying to unsettle the lively forward after his dominant display so far.

  36. CLOSE!

    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston

    Oh dear JJ Hooper! The striker should at least test Preston keeper Jamie Jones as he is put through inside the area, but clips the ball into the middle of the box and Preston hack clear. He should have had a go at least.

  37. Your draw reaction

    Here's some of the reaction on the BBC Sport Facebook page to the FA Cup second round draw earlier:

    Carl Freear: Scunthorpe away, there just as good as coventry so i fancy our chances! Come on Worcester

    Nathan Williams: Hartlepool v Blyth tie of round

    Brandon Moy: Mk dons.... We're stuffed.... But come on Chesterfield anyway!!

  38. GOAL

    Havant & Waterlooville 0-2 Preston - Callum Robinson

    Callum Robinson is different gravy tonight and he gets his second of the match as he sticks out a boot to turn home Paul Gallagher's cross from the right. Tough task now for Havant & Waterlooville.

  39. Post update

    Havant & Waterlooville 0-1 Preston

    Preston are looking pretty comfortable at the moment, without really creating too many chances. Callum Robinson is still the man they are trying to work their attacks through and the on-loan Aston Villa forward blazes a shot just over.

  40. Join the debate at #bbcfacup


    Havant & Waterlooville midfielder Brian Stock may be playing non-league football, but the 32-year-old spent a fair amount of time in league football having amassed more than 300 Football League appearances for the likes of Doncaster, Preston, Burnley and Bournemouth.

    Former Premier League striker DJ Campbell was playing in the qualifying rounds of the FA Cup this season for Maidenhead United, while a few years ago, Brazilian legend Socrates (pictured) turned out for Garforth.

    Who is the biggest name or best player you have seen in non-league football? Let us know via #bbcfacup

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    Havant & Waterlooville 0-1 Preston

    Ryan Young in the Havant & Waterlooville goal has not been tested since conceding Preston's opener. He will be disappointed to have let that one in, having left his near post exposed.

    You can watch the goal, by the way, by clicking the highlights tab at the top of this page.

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    Havant & Waterlooville 0-1 Preston

    Preston are definitely looking to utilise the pace of Callum Robinson in these early stages and he chases a ball over the top to get away down the left. Ed Harris does well to get across and slide in jut as Robinson pulls the trigger.

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    Havant & Waterlooville 0-1 Preston

    Havant & Waterlooville, fifth in the Conference South, have shown some good quality on the ball at times and a neat move ends with JJ Hooper getting caught in two minds as he hits a low ball into the box that is neither a shot or pass and Preston clear.

  44. CLOSE!

    Havant & Waterlooville 0-1 Preston

    Credit to Havant & Waterlooville, they have kept their heads up after that early Preston goal and respond well when 12-goal striker JJ Hooper has a go from distance, before Brian Stock drives just wide from outside the area.

  45. GOAL

    Havant & Waterlooville 0-1 Preston - Callum Robinson

    It may have been a bright start by the hosts but sometimes quality prevails as Paul Huntington sends the ball downfield for Callum Robinson, who times his run perfectly to stay onside and races towards goal before firing in at the near post from a tight angle.

    Excellent finish from the on-loan Robinson, but keeper Ryan Young might have done better at his near post.

    PNE's Callum Robinson celebrates
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    Havant & Waterlooville 0-0 Preston

    Havant & Waterlooville are up for this. They get straight on the front foot with a free-kick into the area, but Kevin Davies is back defending to boot clear. Got to love this kind of FA Cup tie, you can hear pretty much every conversation in the stands.

    Havant's Scott Donnelly beats Preston's Alan Browne
  47. KICK-OFF

    Havant & Waterlooville 0-0 Preston

    Preston get us up and running at West Leigh Park.

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    Havant & Waterlooville v Preston (20:00 GMT)

    Now the speakers are finally up and running, there's a few chords of Showaddywaddy's Under The Moon of Love bursting out across the East Hampshire night sky as the teams make their way out...

    Preston North End and Havant emerge for the first-half
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    Havant & Waterlooville v Preston (20:00 GMT)

    Havant & Waterlooville boss Lee Bradbury, speaking to BT Sport: "We will go out and give it our best shot. I don't think the players know who we have, I haven't told them but it is a home tie. We have done well recently. Preston lost their last two but won their previous eight. We will give it a go and see what happens."

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    Havant & Waterlooville v Preston (20:00 GMT)

    Lee Bradbury at Portsmouth and Bournemouth

    Havant & Waterlooville manager Lee Bradbury is a name synonymous with South Coast football.

    The 39-year-old striker played for both Portsmouth and Bournemouth during his career (including a 14-month spell as Cherries manager).

    His career started started at Cowes Sports on the Isle of Wight, who he turned out for part-time while still in the army.

    He took charge of Havant & Waterlooville in October 2012.

  51. Plotting a cup course

    Havant & Waterlooville v Preston (20:00 GMT)

    Lee Bradbury

    Lee Bradbury's Havant & Waterlooville have already played three ties to get through to tonight's first round contest with League One high-fliers Preston.

    The Hawks have beaten Swindon Supermarine 3-0, Wingate & Finchley 2-0 and battled through a fourth qualifying round replay against Canvey Island 3-0 to make it into the hat.

  52. We've got history

    Havant & Waterlooville v Preston (20:00 GMT)

    Havant & Waterlooville at Anfield 2008

    It's fair to say Havant & Waterlooville have got a bit of an affinity with the FA Cup.

    Back in 2008, their exploits as a Conference South side saw them come within touching distance of upsetting Liverpool at Anfield.

    Goals from Richard Pacquette and a Martin Skrtel own goal saw them lead twice before the Reds eventually won 5-2.

    The Hawks - who began their cup campaign that season in the second qualifying round - had already upset league opposition in the shape of Notts County in the second round and then League One leaders Swansea 4-2 in a third round replay.

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    Havant & Waterlooville v Preston (20:00 GMT)

    Preston boss Simon Grayson, speaking to BT Sport: "Joe Garner has played a lot of games recently, he is one booking away from suspension and we have an ideal replacement in Kevin Davies. We have certainly not underestimated Havant that is for sure."

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    Havant & Waterlooville v Preston (20:00 GMT)

    Sounds like the PA at West Leigh Park has been struggling in the warm-up as the announcer begins with: "After a great deal of technical problems, here we go...."

  55. Line-ups

    Havant & Waterlooville v Preston (20:00 GMT)

    Preston boss Simon Grayson has made the bold move of leaving 11-goal striker Joe Garner on the bench. Veteran Kevin Davies replaces him. Havant & Waterlooville have Brian Stock, who last season was playing for Burnley, in their starting 11.

    Havant & Waterlooville: Young, Strugnell, Cummings, Stock, Dutton, Harris, Swallow, Donnelly, Hooper, Bubb, Huggins. Subs: Woodford, Connell, Mullings, Ryan, Monteiro, Blanchett, Searle.

    Preston North End: Jones, Wiseman, Clarke, Huntington, Buchanan, King, Robinson, Browne, Brownhill, Gallagher, Kevin Davies. Subs: Laird, Humphrey, Kilkenny, Garner, Reid, Welsh, Stuckmann.

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    Havant & Waterlooville v Preston (20:00 GMT)

    Right then, there is of a course an FA Cup game tonight as Havant & Waterlooville host Preston.

    Upset on the cards?

  57. Post update

    MK Dons boss Karl Robinson, whose side drew Chesterfield in the second-round, speaking about the FA Cup: "What it did to Warrington, I don't see another cup that does that. We should have pride in such a powerful cup.

    "Every time we play against a non-league side, we always put a good team out. It's an important competition. We always want to win.

    "It's a chance for us to go to Anfield or Old Trafford - we're one game away. The FA have been clever with the prize money they've put in. It regenerates football clubs."

  58. Get involved via #bbcfacup

    Ian Davies: Barnsley away. Tricky but we can dream @ChesterFC #COYB #FACup

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    FA Cup second-round draw reaction

    Blyth Spartans manager Tom Wade on his side's trip to League Two strugglers Hartlepool: "It's the fifth away game in six in the Cup. It's a good game. I know [manager] Paul Murray and a couple of lads that play for them.

    "They have a young side like us. It's a good tie and local for us. It's going to be a great game. We'll have a lot of supporters there."

  60. 'Good night out'

    FA Cup second-round draw reaction

    It is not the Gateshead game itself that worries Warrington boss Shaun Reid too much, though: "I'm more worried that Newcastle is a good night out and I know what my lads are like."


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    FA Cup second-round draw reaction

    Warrington boss Shaun Reid, speaking to BBC Sport about his side drawing Gateshead for the second round: "Gateshead are doing very well in the Conference. It will be a difficult tie but it's the FA Cup and it's 11 v 11. We won't go there with fear. The FA Cup seems to bring the best out of my players.

    "I've got plenty of people in football who can help us scout - I'll call in a few favours. They'll find it more difficult to find out about us - I change my team a lot."

    Warrington Town boss Shaun Reid
  62. Get involved via #bbcfacup

    Kathryn Bate: Possibility of Crewe v Plymouth, with my housemate a Crewe fan and I Argyle. Bring it on!

    Freddy Harper-Davis: please crewe beat Sheffield united. I want to play my dads team!!!

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    FA Cup second-round draw reaction

    Chester goal-scorer Craig Mahon, speaking to BBC Sport about his side's tie at League One Barnsley: "It's going to be a tough match. We've got to have the same attitude as last time.

    "We are a fan-based club - a family club. Everybody knows and looks after each other. It's a pleasure to play for a club like that. We need to make sure we keep the momentum going.

    "I think we can take 2,000 fans - we have fantastic fans who follow us everywhere."

  64. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Alex Giles: Scunthorpe away then @WorcesterCityFc same again, can't wait!!

    Adam David Pattison: Stand out tie for me, Hartlepool vs blyth Spartans!

    Dan Indyk: Favourite ties of the second round: Gateshead vs Warrington, Hartlepool Vs Blyth Spartans and MK Dons vs Chesterfield

  65. 'Massive game'

    Chester's Craig Mahon on their draw away to League One Barnsley: "It's a massive game for the club and myself. We did a great job against Southend the other day and we've got to go and do it again."

  66. 'On the road again'

    Worcester City manager Carl Heeley on their draw away to Scunthorpe: "It's another tough draw for us on the road again.

    "But we're just delighted to be here and give a good account of ourselves. We're in the draw and we've got every chance."

    Worcester City manager Carl Heeley
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    Blyth Spartans will fancy themselves of creating a shock at Hartlepool, who are bottom of League Two, while Gateshead's game against Warrington means we will have a non-league side in the third round.

    What's your pick of the bunch? Let us know, #bbcfacup

  68. Get involved via #getcarriedaway

    Will Dovey: Who's off to Scunthorpe then ? #FaCup #GetCarriedAway #WorcesterCity

  69. Post update

    OK that completes the draw and there are some crackers in there.

    Ties will be played on 5, 6, 7 & 8 December.

  70. Get involved via #bbcfacup

    Blyth Spartans player Joel Dixon tweets: Away to Hartlepool United. Here we go

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    Charlie Dickerson: First ball out!! Home to Tranmere in the 2nd round of the FA cup COME ON YOU YELLOWS! #oufc #coyy #2ndrounddraw

  72. Post update

    Portsmouth/Aldershot v Northampton/Rochdale

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    Bristol City v Basingstoke/AFC Telford

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    Cambridge Utd v Mansfield/Concord Rangers

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    Cheltenham v Dover

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    Crewe/Sheff Utd v Plymouth

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    Bradford City v Dartford

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    Barnsley v Chester FC

  79. Post update

    Havant & Waterlooville/Preston v Walsall/Shrewsbury

  80. Post update

    Oldham v West Super Mare/Doncaster

  81. Post update

    Gateshead v Warrington

  82. Post update

    Dag & Red/Southport v Eastleigh

  83. Post update

    MK Dons v Chesterfield

  84. Post update

    Hartlepool v Blyth Spartans

  85. Post update

    Notts County/Accrington v Yeovil

  86. Post update

    Wycombe v York/AFC Wimbledon

  87. Post update

    Colchester v Peterborough

  88. Post update

    Scunthorpe v Worcester City

  89. Post update

    Wrexham v Stevenage/Maidstone

  90. Post update

    Bury v Luton Town

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    Oxford Utd v Tranmere

  92. Post update

    OK then, draw time. Here we go...

  93. 'Emotion and ecstasy'

    Worcester City manager Carl Heeley: "The sheer emotion and the ecstasy of everybody involved with the club, it was absolutely incredible."

    Worcester, of course, defeated Coventry on Sunday.

  94. Get involved via #getcarriedaway

    Luke Summers: I'm thinking a 1-0 away win for Worcester over rivals Cheltenham followed by a 3-0 loss at Old Trafford in the third round!

  95. Twin celebration

    Craig Mahon, who scored two goals as non-league Chester beat Southend United: "It's been an amazing weekend as Friday afternoon my wife gave birth to twin boys.

    "Then Saturday, I scored the winning goal in the FA Cup. I was at the birth on Friday and then off to the game Saturday."

  96. Get involved via #bbcfacup

    Lyndon Roberts: Hoping for another big club for @WorcesterCityFc in the #bbcfacup. Or Warrington Town!

  97. Post update

    A quick reminder of what number each team is. We are just moments away from the draw:

    FA Cup second round
    FA Cup second round
  98. 'Like a dream'

    Warrington Town goalscorer Craig Robinson: "It's been like a dream at times since it happened. For me, I just want a home draw as the atmosphere on Friday was unbelievable."

  99. Up for the cup

    Blyth Spartans

    There will be a few League One and Two teams hoping to avoid Blyth Spartans in the second-round draw, with the North East side well-known for the FA Cup exploits.

    They are into the second round for the 14th time in their history after beating Altrincham, and will be looking to repeat their famous run to the fifth round in 1977-78.

    They are ball number 39

  100. Busy weekend

    Warrington Town manager Shaun Reid: "It's been very busy. We had a couple of celebratory drinks between us and then the players went out on Saturday.

    "We've got a game on Tuesday, so hopefully a few of them will be back by then."

  101. Post update

    Warrington Town boss Shaun Reid, who masterminded his side's FA Cup first-round win against Exeter on Friday, is chatting now with Mark Chapman about how the last few days have been for him.

  102. 'Great memories'

    Former FA Cup winner Martin Keown on BBC Two

    "Looking back, playing in an FA Cup Final was great as a player, but also winning it was great for the fans.

    "Seeing Shaun Reid celebrating as he did at Warrington Town on Friday, it really did bring all the memories flooding back."

  103. Post update

    Martin Keown, who lifted the FA Cup in 1998, 2002 and 2003, is alongside Mark Chapman. He will be drawing the balls out of the pot alongside local coach Jason Craven from West End AFC.

  104. Post update

    And we are under way on BBC Two, where Mark Chapman is presenting live coverage from the National Football Museum as we count down to the second-round draw.

  105. Almost time...

    FA Cup second-round draw

    OK then people, this is your three-minute warning to get your brew or dinner on a tray and settle down for the next 30 minutes, BBC Two coverage of the FA Cup second-round draw begins at 19:00 GMT.

  106. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    National Football Museum

    National Football Museum: The silverware is here. The gent stood next to it is doing a very good job stopping anyone who may #getcarriedaway

  107. Post update

    BBC 606 graphic

    BBC 606: Ready for the @FA Cup draw? We'll be looking out for our team, @dartfordfc - number 15!

  108. The real magic of the cup?

    FA Cup second-round draw

    When we are down to just two teams in the FA Cup in May next year, the managers of the respective sides might well expect the pre-final news conference set up to look something like this...

    Press conference

    ...that, though, is a world away from news conference at this stage of the competition, where there are no plush media rooms or press conference suites on show at the non-league sides involved, as can be seen below - Braintree boss Alan Devonshire dissecting his side's 6-0 defeat to Chesterfield at the weekend.

    FA Cup
  109. Get involved via #bbcfootball

    John Bointon: Peterborough given ball number 13 in the draw tonight, hopefully not an omen...I'll take a home draw against number 28, please :)

    That'll see the Posh face Cambridge United.

  110. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    First round giantkillers Worcester City tweet: Don't forget. The FA Cup 2nd round draw is Tonight!

    7PM - BBC 2

    We're In It!

  111. From the factory to FA Cup

    Worcester City

    Sean Geddes was the Worcester City hero against Coventry in the first round, scoring both his side's goals as the non-league side won 2-1.

    The 22-year-old, who works in a factory making brakes for Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes team in Formula 1, was on the books of Manchester United when he was a teenager.

    "Danny Welbeck and Tom Cleverley were team-mates and when I left United I thought my hopes of a pro career were over," says Geddes said in the Daily Star. "I work in a factory where we make Formula 1 and aircraft parts. We get a few tickets for the races but now we have done this I would love to get United if we can make it to the third round."

    Worcester are ball number 36.

  112. Get involved via #getcarriedaway

    Commentary bingo

    Speaking of memorable moments, we asked you to send us your FA Cup first-round experiences using #getcarriedaway and we got some great responses, from commentary bingo to teams being inspired by Warrington's televised defeat of Exeter.

    We want more of the same for the second-round draw so let us know where you are watching and who you are rooting for on Twitter via #getcarriedaway

  113. Get involved via #bbcfootball


    Barbara K: Could we have another exotic non-league trip away please :) #spireites

  114. All the goals from all the games

    FA Cup

    FA Cup

    Don't forget, whether you want to see all the goals from all the first-round games or just the pick of the bunch, they are all available to watch right now via the BBC Sport FA Cup index, which is also packed full of features, reports and other videos.

    Fill your boots.

  115. Seaside supper for Chester

    FA Cup second-round draw

    FA Cup

    Premier League players might expect a few thousand pounds as a cash bonus for doing well in the FA Cup, but Chester players were rewarded for their first-round exploits with a no-expenses spared trip to a chippy.

    The Conference Premier side secured a 2-1 win at League Two Southend on Saturday, earning themselves fish and chips for the long journey home from Essex.

    "If they hadn't won, we wouldn't have splashed out on the fish," Chester boss Steve Burr told the FA.

    A pot of curry sauce thrown in if they win in round two? Chester are ball number 24.

  116. Doncaster's despair

    FA Cup first round

    FA Cup
  117. Raining replays

    FA Cup first round

    FA Cup

    The line-up for the FA Cup second round won't be completed after tonight's fixture between Havant & Waterlooville v Preston, with two postponed round one ties and nine replays still to come.

    Heavy rain resulted in Weston-super-Mare's fixture against Doncaster Rovers being called off while Mansfield Town's game against Concord Rangers could not go ahead because of a waterlogged pitch.

    Those fixtures, plus the nine replays which can be seen above, will take place on Tuesday 18 November.

  118. Get involved via #bbcfacup

    Paul Thame: not sure if as a fan of Bristol City I'd fancy a away tie at Warrington much

    John Homer: As a Newcastle fan, I would like to see Gateshead get a favourable draw so we can face off in the 3rd Round.

  119. Post update

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  120. Warrington better than Man Utd?

    FA Cup second-round draw


    There could hardly have been a better FA Cup first-round curtain raiser than Warrington versus Exeter on Friday.

    Some 2,500 fans packed out Cantilever Park to watch as plasterer Craig Robinson headed in the game's only goal for Warrington, who play in the Northern Premier League North division, four below Exeter.

    "Friday was the best game of my life - the atmosphere was great," fan David Hamilton told the Warrington Guardian. "I went to watch Manchester United on Saturday but the atmosphere wasn't as good. A lot of people have been coming up to me and getting in touch about being on TV, it is quite funny."

    They've already made history getting this far, but can Warrington keep their magical run going? They are ball number eight.

  121. Coming up...

    Havant & Waterlooville v Preston (20:00 GMT)

    Our focus for the next hour or or so is very much on the FA Cup draw but there is some Monday night football to be had with a game that has every chance of serving up an FA Cup upset.

    Conference South side Havant and Waterlooville entertain League One Preston North End. Given that they should know who they will face in round three if they win, the hosts could have that extra incentive to pull off an upset if they have the prospect of a favourable draw.

    That game kicks off at 20:00 GMT and we will seamlessly switch from covering the draw to that very fixture right here in this page. You'll also be able to watch the goals shortly after they go in by via the highlights tab above.

  122. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Who do you want in round two?

    So it is a simple question tonight - who do you want in round two and why?

    Let us know via #bbcfacup, text in on 81111 or pop a message on the BBC Sport Facebook and Google+ pages.

  123. Got your number?

    FA Cup second-round draw

    There are 40 numbers to be drawn this evening. Want to know what ball number each team is? Here you go:

    FA Cup second round
    FA Cup second round
  124. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    FA Cup second-round draw

    FA Cup

    National Football Museum on Twitter: Practice time for the FA Cup second round draw. Martin Keown handling the balls expertly.

  125. Where are we?

    FA Cup second-round draw


    Tonight's draw comes from the National Football Museum in Manchester.

    Three-time Cup winner Martin Keown will make the draw, alongside Jason Craven, a coach from West End AFC in Denton.

    You'll be able to watch live coverage, hosted by Mark Chapman, from 19:00 GMT on BBC Two, or listen on BBC Radio 5 live.

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  126. Post update

    FA Cup second-round draw

    Hello! Welcome to coverage of the FA Cup second-round draw.

    From the moment eighth tier Warrington Town dumped out League Two Exeter on Friday to Conference North side Worcester City shocking 1987 FA Cup winners Coventry 2-1 on Sunday, the magic of the cup was well and truly on show over the weekend.

    Both Warrington and Worcester, along with 15 other non-league sides, are now just one game away from the possibility of a glamour tie against the likes of Chelsea or Manchester United.

    Do they dare to dream?

  127. Up for the cup?

    From a plasterer picking off a League Two side...

    FA Cup a factory worker dismantling a past FA Cup winner...

    FA Cup

    ...shocks, goals and individual heroics. The FA Cup first round had them all...

    FA Cup

    ...a total of 17 non-league sides remain in the competition. Tonight they find out what could be in store for them in round two...