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Town Draw Lincoln at Home in FA Cup
Monday, 21st Oct 2019 19:16

Town have drawn fellow League One side Lincoln City at home in the first round of the FA Cup.

The Blues were first out of the hat at this evening's draw, which took place at Maldon & Tiptree.

The tie is a rerun of the third round meeting between the teams in 2016/17 which the Imps won 1-0 in a replay at Sincil Bank following a 2-2 draw at Portman Road.

Back then the Blues were in the Championship and Lincoln, who are currently 12th in League One, in the Vanarama National League.

That game is the only previous cup tie between the two teams. Town have won five of the league games between the sides, all of which have been in the second tier, and Lincoln three with two ending in draws.

The teams are due to meet in League One at Sincil Bank on Sunday 29th December and at Portman Road on Saturday 25th January.

The tie will see James Wilson face his old club, while Danny Rowe and Jordan Roberts could also feature against their former loan side. Town keeper-coach Jimmy Walker was with Lincoln in the same role prior to his stint with Sunderland before joining the Blues.

Ex-Town loanee Callum Connolly is currently on loan with the Imps from Everton.

First round ties will be played over the weekend of Saturday 9th November.

Coincidentally, it's the third time in four years that Town have been the first team out of the hat in an FA Cup draw. The 2017 third round tie with the Imps was also first out of the hat, as was Sheffield United's visit the following season at the same stage.

The Blues will be playing at the first round stage of the competition they won in 1978 for the first time since the 1956/57 campaign when they defeated Hastings United 4-0 at Portman Road.

Town last won an FA Cup tie back in January 2010 when they beat Blackpool 2-1 in the third round at Bloomfield Road during Roy Keane’s time in charge.

Since then they have played 14 matches in the competition, four draws and 10 defeats.

Last season they were beaten 1-0 by Sunday’s opponents Accrington Stanley at the Crown Ground.

FA Cup First Round
Ipswich Town v Lincoln City
Oxford City v Solihull Moors
Crawley v Scunthorpe United
Harrogate Town v Portsmouth
Colchester United v Coventry City
Sunderland v Gillingham
Dulwich Hamlet v Carlisle
Bolton Wanderers v Plymouth Argyle
York City v Altrincham
Chesterfield or Wrexham v Rochdale
Maidstone United v Torquay United
Leyton Orient v Maldoon and Tiptree
Chippenham Town v Northampton Town
Haringey or Yeovil v Hartlepool United
Cambridge United v Exeter City
Whitby or Stourbridge v Welling or Eastleigh
Salford City v Burton Albion
Forest Green Rovers v Sutton or Billericay
Bristol Rovers v Bromley
Ebbsfleet or Woking v Notts County
Walsall v Darlington
Nantwich v AFC Fylde
AFC Wimbledon v Doncaster
Hayes and Yeading v Poole or Oxford United
Shrewsbury Town v Bradford City
Grimsby Town v Newport County
Gateshead v Oldham Athletic
Mansfield Town v Chorley
Dover Athletic v Southend United
Tranmere Rovers v Wycombe Wanderers
Carshalton v Boston
Cheltenham v Swindon
Accrington v Crewe Alexandra
Potters Bar or Barnet v Fleetwood Town
Macclesfield Town v Kingstonian
Maidenhead or Wealdstone v Rotherham United
Blackpool v Morecambe
MK Dons v Port Vale
Stevenage v Scarborough
Chichester, last out of the hat, have a bye due to Bury's expulsion from the EFL.

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TrueBlue66 added 19:17 - Oct 21
Home tie at least, be good test for the younger lads.
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dirtydingusmagee added 19:36 - Oct 21
lets hope lightening dosnt strike twice everything went t#ts up from last occasion.
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BlueArrow added 19:37 - Oct 21
I bet it will be televised
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SheptonMalletBlue added 19:38 - Oct 21
Bit boring really. First out the hat again and if it's not Accrington or Luton, it's Lincoln! !!!!!!
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TR11BLU added 19:53 - Oct 21
Rubbish draw.
Of all the opposition we Could've got
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dukey44 added 20:11 - Oct 21
Play the cup team and roll on next round... Doing well in crap cup so why not?
2

Edmundo added 20:18 - Oct 21
Chance to exorcise a horrible demon from MMs cup disasters.
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kozmik added 20:19 - Oct 21
At least Leon Best won't be playing this time!
8

WhoisJimmyJuan added 21:07 - Oct 21
Cowleys left Lincoln but they're still Professionals
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Pilgrimblue added 21:49 - Oct 21
It's important that PL takes the Cup seriously and picks a team to win. Don't want on TV live though!
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jaykay added 23:20 - Oct 21
Hayes and Yeading v Poole or Oxford United that can't be right
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MickMillsTash added 23:40 - Oct 21
arte Sh1te
Eat lard !

Make it entertaining play 4 forwards and leave 4 up when defending corners
- not sure if there is a replay but we certainly do not want one
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Steve_ITFC_Sweden added 05:00 - Oct 22
Time for revenge for that miserable episode 2 years ago!
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Barty added 07:57 - Oct 22
Well at least its at home. I really really hope its not televised
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FenboyBlue added 12:55 - Oct 22
LOL, it was always going to be either Accrington, Lincoln, Gillingham or Stevenage. Get the tv cameras in again.
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Dissboyitfc added 14:03 - Oct 22
We have an appallingly rubbish record in this competitions is recent years, we need to put this right I hope PL gives us something to cheer about!
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Bergholtblue added 14:21 - Oct 22
Really nice to read that Chicester, who were last out and got a bye, will donate some of the £36K prize money to Bury.

Still some good people left in the game!
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warksonwater added 14:57 - Oct 22
Would be nice to have a cup run at long last. I know promotion is the priority, but success begets success. How many fans don't want a cup run to provide that bit of extra excitement? I'd like to see us get to the third, then get a Premiership team at home. If it's not one of the 'big six', we could see how much we've improved recently by perhaps not winning, but giving someone a good run for their money, giving us confidence and a good yardstick by which to measure our progress.
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