Weston in the hat for FA Cup draw

The FA Cup (Photo: Michael Regan).

The FA Cup (Photo: Michael Regan). - Credit: The FA via Getty Images

WESTON will be among 40 teams in the hat for the FA Cup second round draw at St George’s Park tonight (Monday).

The postponement of the Seagulls’ tie with Doncaster Rovers means they will go into their re-arranged match on November 18 knowing their opponents should they progress, and could be paired with neighbours and League One leaders Bristol City in what would surely be a dream tie for Mickey Bell’s side.

Weston are one of eight teams from outside the top five divisions whose name will be picked in the televised draw tonight, on BBC2 from 7pm, and could still face sides up to two divisions below their own, after Warrington Town’s heroics to get past Exeter City on Friday night.

The Seagulls are again inviting fans to visit the Woodspring Stadium to watch the draw live,

The second round ties will be played on the weekend of December 6-7, and here are the draw numbers in full:


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1 Mansfield Town/Concord Rangers

2 Colchester United

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3 Yeovil Town

4 York City/AFC Wimbledon

5 Walsall/Shrewsbury Town

6 Notts County/Accrington Stanley

7 Bradford City

8 Warrington Town

9 Eastleigh

10 Telford/Basingstoke Town

11 Southport/Dag & Red

12 WESTON/DONCASTER ROVERS

13 Peterborough United

14 Cheltenham Town

15 Dartford

16 Chesterfield

17 Wycombe Wanderers

18 Bristol City

19 Portsmouth/Aldershot Town

20 Gateshead

21 Sheffield United/Crewe Alexandra

22 Oxford United

23 Tranmere Rovers

24 Chester

25 Luton Town

26 Stevenage/Maidstone

27 Bury

28 Cambridge United

29 Rochdale/Northampton Town

30 Dover Athletic

31 MK Dons

32 Wrexham

33 Plymouth Argyle

34 Barnsley

35 Hartlepool United

36 Worcester City

37 Oldham Athletic

38 Havant & Waterlooville/Preston North End

39 Blyth Spartans

40 Scunthorpe United

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