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LUFC FA Cup Second Round draw details

LUFC  FA Cup Second Round draw details

The FA Cup second round draw sponsored by E.ON takes place later this afternoon at around 3.35pm, after the Northwich VIctoria v Charlton Athletic game as finished on ITV1.

There are three ties still to take place, with two of them in progress whilst the draw is made, they are:
Burton Albion v Oxford City
Wealdstone v Rotherham United

Monday
Millwall v AFC Wimbledon

The full list of numbers are:

1 Gillingham
2 Bath City
3 Gateshead or Brentford
4 AFC Bournemouth
5 Lincoln City
6 Stockport County
7 Burton Albion or Oxford City
8 Barrow
9 Leeds United
10 Cambridge United
11 York City
12 Wycombe Wanderers or Brighton & Hove Albion
13 Hereford United
14 Exeter City
15 Southampton
16 Carlisle United or Morecambe
17 Forest Green Rovers or Mansfield Town
18 Oxford United
19 Norwich City
20 Swindon Town
21 Port Vale or Stevenage Borough
22 Luton Town or Rochdale
23 Bromley or Colchester United
24 Accrington Stanley
25 Millwall or AFC Wimbledon
26 Stourbridge or Walsall
27 Staines Town
28 Wealdstone or Rotherham United
29 Torquay United
30 Barnet
31 Notts County
32 Huddersfield Town
33 Milton Keynes Dons
34 Rushden & Diamonds
35 Northwich Victoria or Charlton Athletic
36 Aldershot Town
37 Wrexham
38 Kettering Town
39 Tranmere Rovers or Leyton Orient
40 Northampton Town



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Writer:Dazza71
Date:Sunday November 8 2009
Time: 2:44PM

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