Checkout fixtures as FA concludes draws for Second Round

The draw for the FA Cup second round was conducted on Monday night.
Canvey Island’s third round dream is still within touching distance after they paired them with fellow Non-League side Boreham Wood.
Marine, who stunned League One side Colchester United with a penalty shootout win in their first-round upset, will also be in an all Non-League tie as they face Havant & Waterlooville for a spot in the third round.
Chorley’s reward for knocking Wigan out of the FA Cup is a tie against Peterborough.
Elsewhere, new Salford City are away to League Two high-fliers Newport County, who have enjoyed a number of fine cup runs in recent seasons.
All ties will take place from November 27-30, with the Championship and Premier League sides joining in the third round.
FULL FIXTURES:
*Stevenage vs Hull City
*Harrogate Town vs Blackpool
*Tranmere Rovers vs Brackley
*Barrow/AFC Wimbledon vs Crawley Town
*Stockport County vs Yeovil Town
*Plymouth Argyle vs Lincoln City
*Portsmouth vs King’s Lynn Town
*Cheltenham Town vs Crewe Alexandra
*Peterborough United vs Chorley
*Morecambe vs Solihull Moors
*Shrewsbury Town vs Oxford City
*Mansfield Town vs Dagenham & Redbridge
*Newport County vs Salford City
*Marine vs Havant & Waterlooville
*Gillingham vs Exeter City
*Canvey Island vs Boreham Wood
*Carlisle United vs Doncaster Rovers
*Barnet vs MK Dons
*Bristol Rovers vs Darlington
*Bradford City vs Oldham Athletic

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