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Live Reporting

By Jay Freeman and Josef Rindl

All times stated are UK

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  1. Farewell

    Well that was an entertaining day of FA Cup action, I'm sure you will agree.

    Although we were short in upsets, we were rich in camaraderie, mirth and general footballing merriment. Oh and goals. Lots of goals.

    Remember, we've still got some more FA Cup second-round joy for you this evening as Wrexham face Newport in a Welsh derby. That kicks off at 20:00 GMT.

    We'll be back tomorrow to bring you even more second-round fixtures. But for now, thank you for joining us.

    Oldham players celebrate in front of their fans
  2. Nine more ties on Sunday & Monday...

    There are nine more FA Cup second-round ties still to come before close of play on Monday, with plenty of non-league clubs to follow too...

    Sunday, 2 December (all 14:00 GMT)

    • Barnet v Stockport
    • Bury v Luton
    • Chesterfield v Grimsby
    • Rochdale v Portsmouth
    • Shrewsbury v Scunthorpe
    • Slough v Gillingham
    • Swindon v Woking
    • Tranmere v Southport

    Monday, 3 December (20:00 GMT)

    • Guiseley v Fleetwood
  3. Don't miss the third-round draw live on BBC One

    Remember you can catch the draw for the third round of the FA Cup live from Stamford Bridge on BBC One on Monday from 19:30 GMT.

    Stamford Bridge
  4. Still to come...

    Wrexham v Newport (20:00 GMT)

    There's one more FA Cup second-round tie still to come today, with Wrexham facing Newport County in a Welsh derby.

    We won't have live text updates on this one but there will be in-play clips of all the action and you can also listen to commentary from BBC Radio Wales from 19:30 GMT byclicking here.

  5. The full-time headlines

    Maidstone v Oldham
    • Non-league side Maidstone are beaten 2-0 by Oldham, after fellow National League club Halifax lose to Wimbledon in the day's early kick-off.
    • Doncaster earn a fine 2-0 win at Charlton, while Accrington, Lincoln, Oxford and Barnsley also book their place in the third round.
    • Bradford come from 2-0 down to take Peterborough to a replay, while Walsall draw at home to Sunderland.

    Southend 2-4 Barnsley

    And almost immediately after that goal the tie is over.

    A great FA Cup fixture this one.

  7. GOAL: Southend 2-4 Barnsley

    Mike-Steven Bahre (90+5 mins)

    Barnsley advance on the counter attack and George Moncur's initial effort is parried by Southend goalkeeper Mark Oxley into the path of Mike-Steven Bahre who taps in to score the Tykes' fourth goal of the game.


    Plymouth 1-2 Oxford

    A valiant late effort was not to be for Plymouth who slip to defeat against Oxford, who go through to the next round.

    Antoni Sarcevic's goal was a mere consolation for the hosts, as James Henry and Cameron Brannagan''s strikes send Oxford through.


    Plymouth 1-2 Oxford

    So nearly the equaliser.

    Ruben Lameiras hits the outside of the post and the ball goes out for a goal-kick.


    Maidstone 0-2 Oldham

    The upset was not to be as League Two side Oldham overcome their National League opponents in Maidstone.

    Peter Clarke and Chris O'Grady's goals ensure the Latics reach the third-round.


    Lincoln 2-0 Carlisle

    Lincoln are through and it was always going to be a long way back for Carlisle after Matt Rhead scored inside the opening 30 seconds.

    John Akinde's late goal wrapped it up for the hosts.


    Peterborough 2-2 Bradford

    Bradford were 2-0 down with six minutes of normal time remaining but through a screamer from Kelvin Mellor and a deflected effort from Luca Colville they find themselves in the draw for the third-round.


    Charlton 0-2 Doncaster

    Doncaster beat Charlton and go through to the next round thanks to a fine second half display.

    Andy Butler and John Marquis both found the net for the visitors.


    Accrington 3-1 Cheltenham

    All over at the Wham Stadium as Accrington seal their place in Monday's draw for the next round of the competition.

    Offrande Zanzala, Billy Kee and Jordan Clark's goals proved decisive despite Alex Addai finding the net for the visitors.


    Walsall 1-1 Sunderland

    Goals from Aiden McGeady and Andy Cook send this tie into a replay.

  16. GOAL: Peterborough 2-2 Bradford

    Luca Colville (89 mins)

    I called it at half-time but I still can't believe it has happened!

    Bradford are back in the draw for the third-round.

    Lewis O'Brien finds Luca Colville and he hammers it past Aaron Chapman, with a little help from a deflection.

  17. GOAL: Lincoln 2-0 Carlisle

    John Akinde (85 mins)

    Lincoln look to have sealed their place in the third-round courtesy of John Akinde.

    Bruno Andrade tees up Akinde with a clever square ball before it's slotted home with ease.

  18. GOAL: Southend 2-3 Barnsley

    Timothee Dieng (84 mins)

    Southend could still force a replay though.

    Timothee Dieng has just halved the deficit heading home a corner.

  19. GOAL: Maidstone 0-2 Oldham

    Chris O'Grady (84 mins)

    What was that I was saying about Maidstone potentially forcing a replay..?

    Oldham fans rejoice, your side have surely just wrapped up their place in the FA Cup third-round and the second goal has come through Chris O'Grady.

    The Latics striker turns on the byline and wrongfoots Maidstone defender Will de Havilland before slotting home at an acute angle.

  20. Post update

    We're into the closing stages in today's 15:00 GMT kick-offs.

    For the neutral, it looks like there's not going to be any upsets today with the scores as they stand.

    But could Maidstone force a replay and a spot in the hat for the FA Cup third round? They've got just under 10 minutes of normal time remaining.