Leeds face tricky trip in Cup
Leeds United have been drawn against fellow League One side Oldham Athletic away in the FA Cup first round sponsored by E.ON.
The Latics are currently ninth in League One and have lost only one of their last seven games.
When the two clubs met in the league at Boundary Park last season the game finished 1-1, Luciano Becchio cancelling out a goal by Lee Hughes.
They are yet to meet this season, Leeds will now visit them twice in less than a month, they face a league fixture their on Tuesday December 1st.
Oldham have been something of a bogey side to Leeds over the years with the Whites only winning three times in their previous twenty one encounters at Boundary Park.
They have only ever met once before in the FA Cup, a fourth round clash at Elland Road in 1995, Leeds won 3-2 thanks to goals from David White, Carlton Palmer and Phil Masinga.
FA Cup First Round Draw sponsored by E.ON
Gillingham v Southend
Grimsby v Bath City
Gateshead v Brentford
Chesterfield v Bournemouth
Blyth or AFC Telford v Lincoln
Stockport v Tooting & Mitcham or Eastbourne
Burton v Oxford City
Barrow or Chester v Eastleigh
Oldham v Leeds
Lincoln Utd or Cambridge Utd v Ilkeston
York v Crewe
Wycombe v Brighton
Hereford v Sutton
Nuneaton Town v Exeter
Bristol R v Southampton
Carlisle v Morecambe
Forest Green v Mansfield
Oxford Utd v Yeovil
Paulton Rovers v Norwich
Swindon v Woking
Port Vale v Stevenage
Luton v Rochdale
Bromley v Colchester
Accrington v Farnborough or Salisbury
Millwall v Crawley or AFC Wimbledon
Stourbridge v Walsall
Shrewsbury v Staines
Wealdstone v Rotherham
Torquay v Cheltenham
Barnet v Darlington
Notts County v Bradford
Huddersfield v Dagenham & Redbridge
MK Dons v Macclesfield
Rushden & D v Hinckley Utd
Northwich Vic v Charlton
Aldershot v Bury
Wrexham v Gloucester or Lowestoft
Hartlepool v Kettering or Redditch
Tranmere v Leyton Orient
Northampton v Kidderminster or Fleetwood
The tie will be played over the weekend of November 7th & 8th.
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