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Emirates FA Cup Second Round: Former winners set for big clash

| 08.11.2016

The Emirates FA Cup Second Round draw has been made with another mouth-watering set of ties in the offing in early December. 

There are five Non-League sides who are definitely through with the potential for up to nine in total to continue their respective fairytale journeys.

Lowest-ranked side Westfields will face League One opposition in either Bury or AFC Wimbledon should they manage to successfully negotiate their Replay against Curzon Ashton.

National League outfit Maidstone United will travel to League Two Carlisle United should they get past Rochdale at the second attempt while Solihull Moors will enjoy a juicy tie at Luton Town if they can beat Yeovil Town in their Replay.

Elsewhere, Lincoln City host Oldham Athletic and Sutton United will take on either Cheltenham Town or Crewe Alexandra.

Meanwhile, the all-League One clash between two sides who’ve won eight FA Cups between them is sure to be a cracker. Bolton Wanderers will host Sheffield United at the Macron Stadium.

Here’s the Emirates FA Cup Second Round draw in full:

Blackpool v Gillingham or Brackley Town

Bolton Wanderers v Sheffield United

Carlisle United v Maidstone United or Rochdale

Charlton Athletic v Milton Keynes Dons

Chesterfield v Wycombe Wanderers

Lincoln City v Oldham Athletic

Luton Town v Yeovil Town  or Solihull Moors

Macclesfield Town v Oxford United

Millwall v Braintree Town

Plymouth Argyle v Alfreton Town or Newport County

Port Vale v Hartlepool United

Shrewsbury Town v Southport or Fleetwood Town

Sutton United v Cheltenham Town or Crewe Alexandra

Boreham Wood or Notts County v Peterborough United

Whitehawk or Stourbridge v Northampton Town

Eastleigh or Swindon Town v Dagenham and Redbridge or FC Halifax Town

Woking v Accrington Stanley

Ties will be played the weekend of Friday December 2 – Monday December 5.

Keep your eyes peeled to Ladbrokes News and @Ladbrokes for plenty more Emirates FA Cup build-up and exclusive content.

As the official bookmaker of the FA, we’ve already been on the hunt for Non-League’s next hotshot striker. Check out our #VardyVerdict series here.

Best of luck to all of those involved!

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



William Geldart

William contributed to a number of online football blogs before finally finding his pot of gold at the end of the rainbow alongside the rest of the Ladbrokes News team. Now indulging passions for football, horse racing, greyhounds, boxing and political betting. Supports Wycombe Wanderers and can be spotted at various lower league and non-league grounds across the country.