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Live Reporting

By Emlyn Begley

All times stated are UK

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  1. How to follow FA Cup second round

    Ten matches take place on Saturday, with FC Halifax Town and AFC Wimbledon starting the action in a lunchtime kick-off.

    Eight games follow at 15:00, including five all-League One ties.

    You can watch highlights from these games on the BBC Sport website and app from 17:30 onwards, as well as follow live text commentary as the actions unfolds.

    Later on Saturday, National League high-fliers Wrexham host League Two side Newport County in an all-Welsh clash at 20:00.

    Eight more matches will be played on Sunday, including 2008 winners Portsmouth's trip to League One rivals Rochdale, before National League North side Guiseley meet League One team Fleetwood Town in the final tie on Monday.

    There is plenty of other FA Cup action on the BBC across the weekend.

    On Saturday, Football Focus on BBC One at 12:00 comes live from Maidstone's Gallagher Stadium before the National League side's tie against Oldham.

    Dan Walker will be joined in Kent by former Premier League players Kevin Kilbane and Mark Schwarzer and the programme will feature plenty of FA Cup features and discussion.

    BBC local radio will feature extensive coverage of the FA Cup second-round ties.

    You will also be able to follow the goals as they go in on Final Score, which is available on the red button and BBC Sport website from 14:30 and on BBC One from 16:30.

    On Sunday, you can watch highlights of the second-round games on BBC Two from 18:00.

    The draw for the third round - when the Premier League and Championships teams enter - will be live on BBC One at 19:30 GMT on Monday from Chelsea.

  2. Goodnight

    That's the end of this live page now, but it's not the end of the FA Cup second round. In fact it's only the start.

    I'll leave you now with details of how to follow this weekend's action.

  3. Post update

    More from Solihull Moors manager Tim Flowers: "From 28 July when we reported back for pre-season, the players have been magnificent. For us to be where were are in the National League is incredible. They work hard and are getting their rewards.

    "The replay will be even tougher. Our chance at home was massive. But we'll go up and give it a go. We have some tough games before then."

  4. Post update

    Dion Dublin

    Ex-Manchester United striker on BBC Two

    Solihull stood firm and made sure they didn't concede at an important time.

    There were a few times you could slightly see the difference, Blackpool were fitter and made better decisions.

    Solihull will think they have a chance in the replay.

    They won't play any short corners...

  5. Post update

    Dion Dublin has just clarified he paid for his sweets earlier (see 20:52 GMT). Best to avoid any sweetgate.

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    Solihull keeper Ryan Boot on six clean sheets in a row: "Hopefully I can carry it on. The gaffer here is always good to have.

    "There were a few times I was called into action. Another clean sheet, I'm happy with."

  7. Post update

    Alex Scott

    Ex-Arsenal Ladies & England international on BBC Two

    A huge performance from Solihull. They should be proud of themselves. Every player gave everything. Tim Flowers asked them to not leave anything out there and have no regrets. They deserved that.

    It was really good defending. We thought they were playing too narrow initially but then realised it was a tactic to stop Blackpool coming through the middle.

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    Solihull Moors 0-0 Blackpool

    Blackpool manager Terry McPhillips to BBC Two: "We're really pleased to be in the hat. That was the main thing. This was a tough game. Solihull are a good side.

    "We've both kept lots of clean sheets so 0-0 is predictable. It was a fair result.

    "I thought it was an exciting game. It could have gone either way.

    "Normally we do better in the second and we did. It opened the game up a bit."

  9. Should this have stood?

    Solihull Moors 0-0 Blackpool

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    Video caption: 'It doesn't make sense' - Should Solihull goal have stood?
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    Solihull Moors manager Tim Flowers to BBC Two: "I thought it was a good FA Cup game, a little old-school.

    "Both sides had chances. Both sides opened up a little bit. It's a momentous effort from us.

    "I thought we played well."

  11. Post update

    Solihull Moors 0-0 Blackpool

    As far as goalless draws go, that was pretty decent. Solihull Moors keeper Ryan Boot impressed with his sixth clean sheet in a row.

    The 24-year-old was a summer signing after leaving Port Vale.


    Solihull Moors 0-0 Blackpool

    It's all over. Solihull Moors will be in the hat for the third round (as will Blackpool).


    Solihull Moors 0-0 Blackpool

    Birmingham City loanee Corey O'Keeffe does get on - Jamey Osborne is replaced to a good ovation.

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    Solihull Moors 0-0 Blackpool

    Solihull are trying to bring on Corey O'Keeffe but not sure they have time.

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    Solihull Moors 0-0 Blackpool

    Blackpool's Curtis Tilt is down getting treatment after a good challenge from Liam Daly. Will there be another chance when play restarts?

  16. Post update

    Solihull Moors 0-0 Blackpool

    The corner is headed away. There are 50 seconds left.

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    Solihull Moors 0-0 Blackpool

    Blackpool are pressing now but Solihull holding firm. Harry Pritchard's cross hits Liam Daly and goes out for a corner...

  18. Watch: Boot makes a 'tremendous block' to deny Pritchard

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    Video caption: Boot makes a 'tremendous block' to deny Pritchard

    Solihull Moors 0-0 Blackpool

    Jordan Thompson shoots over for Blackpool as the board goes up to say three minutes added on.

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    Solihull Moors 0-0 Blackpool

    This is proper blood and thunder now. A grandstand finish.