Town and Lincoln Ball One in Round Two Draw
Sunday, 10th Nov 2019 17:41
Town and Lincoln City will be ball one in the draw for the second round of the FA Cup which takes place on Monday evening.
The Blues and Imps drew 1-1 at Portman Road yesterday and will meet again in a replay at Sincil Bank on Wednesday 20th November (KO 7.45pm).
The draw will take place from 7pm at Oaklands Park, the home ground of Chichester City, who are the lowest-ranked club left in the competition, with Dion Dublin and Mark Bright pulling the balls from the bag. It will be broadcast live on BBC Two and the BBC iPlayer.
Second round ties will be played over the weekend of Saturday 30th November with winning clubs receiving £54,000 from the FA’s prize fund.
Among those in the draw are BetVictor Isthmian North Division Maldon & Tiptree, who are managed by former Blues defender Wayne Brown, who performed a notable giant-killing this afternoon when they beat League Two Leyton Orient 2-1 at Brisbane Road, despite playing the final six minutes with 10 men.
FA Cup Second Round Draw
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