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Peterboroughs Marcus Maddison embarrasses himself with awful playacting against AFC Wimbledon

Maddison fell to the ground pathetically after a handbagsincidentwith Liam Trotter

League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United

Soccer Football - League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United - Cherry Red Records Stadium, London, Britain - November 12, 2017 Players clash after AFC Wimbledon's Liam Trotter and Peterborough United's Marcus Maddison clashed Action Images/Peter Cziborra

League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United

Soccer Football - League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United - Cherry Red Records Stadium, London, Britain - November 12, 2017 AFC Wimbledon's George Francomb in action with Peterborough United's Gwion Edwards Action Images/Peter Cziborra

League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United

Soccer Football - League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United - Cherry Red Records Stadium, London, Britain - November 12, 2017 AFC Wimbledon's Liam Trotter and Peterborough United's Marcus Maddison clash Action Images/Peter Cziborra

League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United

Soccer Football - League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United - Cherry Red Records Stadium, London, Britain - November 12, 2017 AFC Wimbledon's George Francomb in action with Peterborough United's Jack Marriott Action Images/Peter Cziborra

League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United

Soccer Football - League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United - Cherry Red Records Stadium, London, Britain - November 12, 2017 AFC Wimbledon's Deji Oshilaja in action with Peterborough United's Danny Lloyd Action Images/Peter Cziborra

League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United

Soccer Football - League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United - Cherry Red Records Stadium, London, Britain - November 12, 2017 General view of AFC Wimbledon's George Francomb in action with Peterborough United's Leo Da Silva Lopes Action Images/Peter Cziborra

League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United

Soccer Football - League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United - Cherry Red Records Stadium, London, Britain - November 12, 2017 AFC Wimbledon's Darius Charles in action with Peterborough United's Danny Lloyd Action Images/Peter Cziborra

League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United

Soccer Football - League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United - Cherry Red Records Stadium, London, Britain - November 12, 2017 AFC Wimbledon's George Francomb in action with Peterborough United's Leo Da Silva Lopes Action Images/Peter Cziborra

League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United

Soccer Football - League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United - Cherry Red Records Stadium, London, Britain - November 12, 2017 AFC Wimbledon's George Francomb in action with Peterborough United's Leo Da Silva Lopes Action Images/Peter Cziborra

League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United

Soccer Football - League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United - Cherry Red Records Stadium, London, Britain - November 12, 2017 Players stand during a minutes silence as part of remembrance commemorations before the match Action Images/Peter Cziborra

League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United

Soccer Football - League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United - Cherry Red Records Stadium, London, Britain - November 12, 2017 Peterborough United's Marcus Maddison scores their second goal from the penalty spot Action Images/Peter Cziborra

League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United

Soccer Football - League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United - Cherry Red Records Stadium, London, Britain - November 12, 2017 Peterborough United's Marcus Maddison celebrates scoring their second goal from the penalty spot Action Images/Peter Cziborra

League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United

Soccer Football - League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United - Cherry Red Records Stadium, London, Britain - November 12, 2017 Peterborough United's Danny Lloyd celebrates scoring their first goal Action Images/Peter Cziborra

League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United

Soccer Football - League One - AFC Wimbledon vs Peterborough United - Cherry Red Records Stadium, London, Britain - November 12, 2017 Peterborough United's Marcus Maddison celebrates scoring their second goal from the penalty spot Action Images/Peter Cziborra

Football Manager 2018: the seven best and most exciting teams to manage on new game

Football Manager 2018 is nearly here. The latest in the gaming series is released on today, so it's time to turn your phone off and go into hibernation over the weekend in a new game. First, it's time to decide which team to manage. Do you want to take a fallen giant back to the heights of their heyday? Does a new project, with an exciting, vibrant team excite you? Or do you want the riches of Manchester City to splash around lavishly? Here, with the help of the guys at Football Manager, we list the best teams to start a game with on the 2018 edition of the game. As you'll see, they are all very different, but each boasts a lure all of their own.  AC Milan Completely redesigned their squad over the summer transfer window by capturing established talents like Leonardo Bonucci, Mateo Mussachio and Lucas Biglia alongside highly-rated prospects like Andre Silva and Hakan Calhanoglu. Leo Bonucci made the switch from Juventus to AC Milan in the summer Credit: reuters With similar investment from the new owners likely to continue over the next few seasons this is a perfect time to restore Milan to their former glories and usher in a new level of dominance at the San Siro. They haven't started the new season brilliantly but they surely have the potential to break Juventus' monopoly on Serie A. Wolves Sitting near the top of the Championship and playing some scintillating football, Wolves are one of the most exciting teams in English football at the moment. Super-agent Jorge Mendes has been instrumental in securing the services of players like Ruben Neves and Diego Jota who would’ve likely been unattainable last season. Wolves will expect to be back in the Premier League before long Credit: Getty images That leaves Wolves nicely placed to sustain a place in the top flight – if they can get there. Napoli The hipsters dream. This is a squad that is built for attacking football but their goal difference is the highest in Serie A which shows they can keep it tight at the back, too. Could this be the year that they bring back the glory days of the late 80s? Or will Juventus prove too strong, yet again? Portsmouth Would there be any greater achievement than taking Portsmouth back to the big time after they tumbled down the leagues? Could you take Portsmouth back to former glories? Credit: PA Promotion from League Two in 2016/17 needs to be built on; can you keep the momentum up and inspire a rise up the tables as fast as their freefall of the last decade? The club's finances are at least slightly more secure than they were, but this is a challenge and a half. Just don't sign Niko Kranjcar, alright? Nantes Anyone looking for the chance to ‘do a Leicester’ need look no further than French side Nantes. Not only do they have their title-winning manager, Claudio Ranieri, in charge but they are also the surprise package in Ligue 1 this season. How about 'doing a Leicester' with Nantes? Credit: Reuters They combine exciting young players with experience, but there are very, very few household names at the club: probably the most recognisable is former Fulham man Alexander Kacaniklic. There is a solid defence in place, leaving you free to focus on bringing in a few more goalscorers that could propel you to an unlikely title win. Forest Green Rovers For those who like to take on the challenge of managing in the lower leagues, there may be no better option than Forest Green. Newly promoted into the Football League and struggling at the foot of the table in the real world, Football Manager gives you the chance to put that right with a healthy (by League 2 standards) transfer budget. If you can avoid a relegation scrap in the first season you could be well on your way to taking this plucky Gloucestershire club up the football pyramid. AFC Wimbledon A sad footballing story that is could one day still have its fairytale ending, Wimbledon's short history has seen a meteoric rise up the English leagues that has seen six promotions in just 15 seasons of existence. Could you uncover the next Vinnie Jones? Credit: Getty images Now in League One and hoping to build on their 15th-placed finish last season, they are just two dream campaigns from being back in the Premier League.  A chance to recreate the Crazy gang could be too good to turn down for some, while a return to Selhurst Park to face Crystal Palace would be historic.

Football Manager 2018: the seven best and most exciting teams to manage on new game

Football Manager 2018 is nearly here. The latest in the gaming series is released on today, so it's time to turn your phone off and go into hibernation over the weekend in a new game. First, it's time to decide which team to manage. Do you want to take a fallen giant back to the heights of their heyday? Does a new project, with an exciting, vibrant team excite you? Or do you want the riches of Manchester City to splash around lavishly? Here, with the help of the guys at Football Manager, we list the best teams to start a game with on the 2018 edition of the game. As you'll see, they are all very different, but each boasts a lure all of their own.  AC Milan Completely redesigned their squad over the summer transfer window by capturing established talents like Leonardo Bonucci, Mateo Mussachio and Lucas Biglia alongside highly-rated prospects like Andre Silva and Hakan Calhanoglu. Leo Bonucci made the switch from Juventus to AC Milan in the summer Credit: reuters With similar investment from the new owners likely to continue over the next few seasons this is a perfect time to restore Milan to their former glories and usher in a new level of dominance at the San Siro. They haven't started the new season brilliantly but they surely have the potential to break Juventus' monopoly on Serie A. Wolves Sitting near the top of the Championship and playing some scintillating football, Wolves are one of the most exciting teams in English football at the moment. Super-agent Jorge Mendes has been instrumental in securing the services of players like Ruben Neves and Diego Jota who would’ve likely been unattainable last season. Wolves will expect to be back in the Premier League before long Credit: Getty images That leaves Wolves nicely placed to sustain a place in the top flight – if they can get there. Napoli The hipsters dream. This is a squad that is built for attacking football but their goal difference is the highest in Serie A which shows they can keep it tight at the back, too. Could this be the year that they bring back the glory days of the late 80s? Or will Juventus prove too strong, yet again? Portsmouth Would there be any greater achievement than taking Portsmouth back to the big time after they tumbled down the leagues? Could you take Portsmouth back to former glories? Credit: PA Promotion from League Two in 2016/17 needs to be built on; can you keep the momentum up and inspire a rise up the tables as fast as their freefall of the last decade? The club's finances are at least slightly more secure than they were, but this is a challenge and a half. Just don't sign Niko Kranjcar, alright? Nantes Anyone looking for the chance to ‘do a Leicester’ need look no further than French side Nantes. Not only do they have their title-winning manager, Claudio Ranieri, in charge but they are also the surprise package in Ligue 1 this season. How about 'doing a Leicester' with Nantes? Credit: Reuters They combine exciting young players with experience, but there are very, very few household names at the club: probably the most recognisable is former Fulham man Alexander Kacaniklic. There is a solid defence in place, leaving you free to focus on bringing in a few more goalscorers that could propel you to an unlikely title win. Forest Green Rovers For those who like to take on the challenge of managing in the lower leagues, there may be no better option than Forest Green. Newly promoted into the Football League and struggling at the foot of the table in the real world, Football Manager gives you the chance to put that right with a healthy (by League 2 standards) transfer budget. If you can avoid a relegation scrap in the first season you could be well on your way to taking this plucky Gloucestershire club up the football pyramid. AFC Wimbledon A sad footballing story that is could one day still have its fairytale ending, Wimbledon's short history has seen a meteoric rise up the English leagues that has seen six promotions in just 15 seasons of existence. Could you uncover the next Vinnie Jones? Credit: Getty images Now in League One and hoping to build on their 15th-placed finish last season, they are just two dream campaigns from being back in the Premier League.  A chance to recreate the Crazy gang could be too good to turn down for some, while a return to Selhurst Park to face Crystal Palace would be historic.

Football Manager 2018: the seven best and most exciting teams to manage on new game

Football Manager 2018 is nearly here. The latest in the gaming series is released on today, so it's time to turn your phone off and go into hibernation over the weekend in a new game. First, it's time to decide which team to manage. Do you want to take a fallen giant back to the heights of their heyday? Does a new project, with an exciting, vibrant team excite you? Or do you want the riches of Manchester City to splash around lavishly? Here, with the help of the guys at Football Manager, we list the best teams to start a game with on the 2018 edition of the game. As you'll see, they are all very different, but each boasts a lure all of their own.  AC Milan Completely redesigned their squad over the summer transfer window by capturing established talents like Leonardo Bonucci, Mateo Mussachio and Lucas Biglia alongside highly-rated prospects like Andre Silva and Hakan Calhanoglu. Leo Bonucci made the switch from Juventus to AC Milan in the summer Credit: reuters With similar investment from the new owners likely to continue over the next few seasons this is a perfect time to restore Milan to their former glories and usher in a new level of dominance at the San Siro. They haven't started the new season brilliantly but they surely have the potential to break Juventus' monopoly on Serie A. Wolves Sitting near the top of the Championship and playing some scintillating football, Wolves are one of the most exciting teams in English football at the moment. Super-agent Jorge Mendes has been instrumental in securing the services of players like Ruben Neves and Diego Jota who would’ve likely been unattainable last season. Wolves will expect to be back in the Premier League before long Credit: Getty images That leaves Wolves nicely placed to sustain a place in the top flight – if they can get there. Napoli The hipsters dream. This is a squad that is built for attacking football but their goal difference is the highest in Serie A which shows they can keep it tight at the back, too. Could this be the year that they bring back the glory days of the late 80s? Or will Juventus prove too strong, yet again? Portsmouth Would there be any greater achievement than taking Portsmouth back to the big time after they tumbled down the leagues? Could you take Portsmouth back to former glories? Credit: PA Promotion from League Two in 2016/17 needs to be built on; can you keep the momentum up and inspire a rise up the tables as fast as their freefall of the last decade? The club's finances are at least slightly more secure than they were, but this is a challenge and a half. Just don't sign Niko Kranjcar, alright? Nantes Anyone looking for the chance to ‘do a Leicester’ need look no further than French side Nantes. Not only do they have their title-winning manager, Claudio Ranieri, in charge but they are also the surprise package in Ligue 1 this season. How about 'doing a Leicester' with Nantes? Credit: Reuters They combine exciting young players with experience, but there are very, very few household names at the club: probably the most recognisable is former Fulham man Alexander Kacaniklic. There is a solid defence in place, leaving you free to focus on bringing in a few more goalscorers that could propel you to an unlikely title win. Forest Green Rovers For those who like to take on the challenge of managing in the lower leagues, there may be no better option than Forest Green. Newly promoted into the Football League and struggling at the foot of the table in the real world, Football Manager gives you the chance to put that right with a healthy (by League 2 standards) transfer budget. If you can avoid a relegation scrap in the first season you could be well on your way to taking this plucky Gloucestershire club up the football pyramid. AFC Wimbledon A sad footballing story that is could one day still have its fairytale ending, Wimbledon's short history has seen a meteoric rise up the English leagues that has seen six promotions in just 15 seasons of existence. Could you uncover the next Vinnie Jones? Credit: Getty images Now in League One and hoping to build on their 15th-placed finish last season, they are just two dream campaigns from being back in the Premier League.  A chance to recreate the Crazy gang could be too good to turn down for some, while a return to Selhurst Park to face Crystal Palace would be historic.

Football Manager 2018: the seven best and most exciting teams to manage on new game

Football Manager 2018 is nearly here. The latest in the gaming series is released on today, so it's time to turn your phone off and go into hibernation over the weekend in a new game. First, it's time to decide which team to manage. Do you want to take a fallen giant back to the heights of their heyday? Does a new project, with an exciting, vibrant team excite you? Or do you want the riches of Manchester City to splash around lavishly? Here, with the help of the guys at Football Manager, we list the best teams to start a game with on the 2018 edition of the game. As you'll see, they are all very different, but each boasts a lure all of their own.  AC Milan Completely redesigned their squad over the summer transfer window by capturing established talents like Leonardo Bonucci, Mateo Mussachio and Lucas Biglia alongside highly-rated prospects like Andre Silva and Hakan Calhanoglu. Leo Bonucci made the switch from Juventus to AC Milan in the summer Credit: reuters With similar investment from the new owners likely to continue over the next few seasons this is a perfect time to restore Milan to their former glories and usher in a new level of dominance at the San Siro. They haven't started the new season brilliantly but they surely have the potential to break Juventus' monopoly on Serie A. Wolves Sitting near the top of the Championship and playing some scintillating football, Wolves are one of the most exciting teams in English football at the moment. Super-agent Jorge Mendes has been instrumental in securing the services of players like Ruben Neves and Diego Jota who would’ve likely been unattainable last season. Wolves will expect to be back in the Premier League before long Credit: Getty images That leaves Wolves nicely placed to sustain a place in the top flight – if they can get there. Napoli The hipsters dream. This is a squad that is built for attacking football but their goal difference is the highest in Serie A which shows they can keep it tight at the back, too. Could this be the year that they bring back the glory days of the late 80s? Or will Juventus prove too strong, yet again? Portsmouth Would there be any greater achievement than taking Portsmouth back to the big time after they tumbled down the leagues? Could you take Portsmouth back to former glories? Credit: PA Promotion from League Two in 2016/17 needs to be built on; can you keep the momentum up and inspire a rise up the tables as fast as their freefall of the last decade? The club's finances are at least slightly more secure than they were, but this is a challenge and a half. Just don't sign Niko Kranjcar, alright? Nantes Anyone looking for the chance to ‘do a Leicester’ need look no further than French side Nantes. Not only do they have their title-winning manager, Claudio Ranieri, in charge but they are also the surprise package in Ligue 1 this season. How about 'doing a Leicester' with Nantes? Credit: Reuters They combine exciting young players with experience, but there are very, very few household names at the club: probably the most recognisable is former Fulham man Alexander Kacaniklic. There is a solid defence in place, leaving you free to focus on bringing in a few more goalscorers that could propel you to an unlikely title win. Forest Green Rovers For those who like to take on the challenge of managing in the lower leagues, there may be no better option than Forest Green. Newly promoted into the Football League and struggling at the foot of the table in the real world, Football Manager gives you the chance to put that right with a healthy (by League 2 standards) transfer budget. If you can avoid a relegation scrap in the first season you could be well on your way to taking this plucky Gloucestershire club up the football pyramid. AFC Wimbledon A sad footballing story that is could one day still have its fairytale ending, Wimbledon's short history has seen a meteoric rise up the English leagues that has seen six promotions in just 15 seasons of existence. Could you uncover the next Vinnie Jones? Credit: Getty images Now in League One and hoping to build on their 15th-placed finish last season, they are just two dream campaigns from being back in the Premier League.  A chance to recreate the Crazy gang could be too good to turn down for some, while a return to Selhurst Park to face Crystal Palace would be historic.

Football Manager 2018: the seven best and most exciting teams to manage on new game

Football Manager 2018 is nearly here. The latest in the gaming series is released on today, so it's time to turn your phone off and go into hibernation over the weekend in a new game. First, it's time to decide which team to manage. Do you want to take a fallen giant back to the heights of their heyday? Does a new project, with an exciting, vibrant team excite you? Or do you want the riches of Manchester City to splash around lavishly? Here, with the help of the guys at Football Manager, we list the best teams to start a game with on the 2018 edition of the game. As you'll see, they are all very different, but each boasts a lure all of their own.  AC Milan Completely redesigned their squad over the summer transfer window by capturing established talents like Leonardo Bonucci, Mateo Mussachio and Lucas Biglia alongside highly-rated prospects like Andre Silva and Hakan Calhanoglu. Leo Bonucci made the switch from Juventus to AC Milan in the summer Credit: reuters With similar investment from the new owners likely to continue over the next few seasons this is a perfect time to restore Milan to their former glories and usher in a new level of dominance at the San Siro. They haven't started the new season brilliantly but they surely have the potential to break Juventus' monopoly on Serie A. Wolves Sitting near the top of the Championship and playing some scintillating football, Wolves are one of the most exciting teams in English football at the moment. Super-agent Jorge Mendes has been instrumental in securing the services of players like Ruben Neves and Diego Jota who would’ve likely been unattainable last season. Wolves will expect to be back in the Premier League before long Credit: Getty images That leaves Wolves nicely placed to sustain a place in the top flight – if they can get there. Napoli The hipsters dream. This is a squad that is built for attacking football but their goal difference is the highest in Serie A which shows they can keep it tight at the back, too. Could this be the year that they bring back the glory days of the late 80s? Or will Juventus prove too strong, yet again? Portsmouth Would there be any greater achievement than taking Portsmouth back to the big time after they tumbled down the leagues? Could you take Portsmouth back to former glories? Credit: PA Promotion from League Two in 2016/17 needs to be built on; can you keep the momentum up and inspire a rise up the tables as fast as their freefall of the last decade? The club's finances are at least slightly more secure than they were, but this is a challenge and a half. Just don't sign Niko Kranjcar, alright? Nantes Anyone looking for the chance to ‘do a Leicester’ need look no further than French side Nantes. Not only do they have their title-winning manager, Claudio Ranieri, in charge but they are also the surprise package in Ligue 1 this season. How about 'doing a Leicester' with Nantes? Credit: Reuters They combine exciting young players with experience, but there are very, very few household names at the club: probably the most recognisable is former Fulham man Alexander Kacaniklic. There is a solid defence in place, leaving you free to focus on bringing in a few more goalscorers that could propel you to an unlikely title win. Forest Green Rovers For those who like to take on the challenge of managing in the lower leagues, there may be no better option than Forest Green. Newly promoted into the Football League and struggling at the foot of the table in the real world, Football Manager gives you the chance to put that right with a healthy (by League 2 standards) transfer budget. If you can avoid a relegation scrap in the first season you could be well on your way to taking this plucky Gloucestershire club up the football pyramid. AFC Wimbledon A sad footballing story that is could one day still have its fairytale ending, Wimbledon's short history has seen a meteoric rise up the English leagues that has seen six promotions in just 15 seasons of existence. Could you uncover the next Vinnie Jones? Credit: Getty images Now in League One and hoping to build on their 15th-placed finish last season, they are just two dream campaigns from being back in the Premier League.  A chance to recreate the Crazy gang could be too good to turn down for some, while a return to Selhurst Park to face Crystal Palace would be historic.

Football Manager 2018: the seven best and most exciting teams to manage on new game

Football Manager 2018 is nearly here. The latest in the gaming series is released on today, so it's time to turn your phone off and go into hibernation over the weekend in a new game. First, it's time to decide which team to manage. Do you want to take a fallen giant back to the heights of their heyday? Does a new project, with an exciting, vibrant team excite you? Or do you want the riches of Manchester City to splash around lavishly? Here, with the help of the guys at Football Manager, we list the best teams to start a game with on the 2018 edition of the game. As you'll see, they are all very different, but each boasts a lure all of their own.  AC Milan Completely redesigned their squad over the summer transfer window by capturing established talents like Leonardo Bonucci, Mateo Mussachio and Lucas Biglia alongside highly-rated prospects like Andre Silva and Hakan Calhanoglu. Leo Bonucci made the switch from Juventus to AC Milan in the summer Credit: reuters With similar investment from the new owners likely to continue over the next few seasons this is a perfect time to restore Milan to their former glories and usher in a new level of dominance at the San Siro. They haven't started the new season brilliantly but they surely have the potential to break Juventus' monopoly on Serie A. Wolves Sitting near the top of the Championship and playing some scintillating football, Wolves are one of the most exciting teams in English football at the moment. Super-agent Jorge Mendes has been instrumental in securing the services of players like Ruben Neves and Diego Jota who would’ve likely been unattainable last season. Wolves will expect to be back in the Premier League before long Credit: Getty images That leaves Wolves nicely placed to sustain a place in the top flight – if they can get there. Napoli The hipsters dream. This is a squad that is built for attacking football but their goal difference is the highest in Serie A which shows they can keep it tight at the back, too. Could this be the year that they bring back the glory days of the late 80s? Or will Juventus prove too strong, yet again? Portsmouth Would there be any greater achievement than taking Portsmouth back to the big time after they tumbled down the leagues? Could you take Portsmouth back to former glories? Credit: PA Promotion from League Two in 2016/17 needs to be built on; can you keep the momentum up and inspire a rise up the tables as fast as their freefall of the last decade? The club's finances are at least slightly more secure than they were, but this is a challenge and a half. Just don't sign Niko Kranjcar, alright? Nantes Anyone looking for the chance to ‘do a Leicester’ need look no further than French side Nantes. Not only do they have their title-winning manager, Claudio Ranieri, in charge but they are also the surprise package in Ligue 1 this season. How about 'doing a Leicester' with Nantes? Credit: Reuters They combine exciting young players with experience, but there are very, very few household names at the club: probably the most recognisable is former Fulham man Alexander Kacaniklic. There is a solid defence in place, leaving you free to focus on bringing in a few more goalscorers that could propel you to an unlikely title win. Forest Green Rovers For those who like to take on the challenge of managing in the lower leagues, there may be no better option than Forest Green. Newly promoted into the Football League and struggling at the foot of the table in the real world, Football Manager gives you the chance to put that right with a healthy (by League 2 standards) transfer budget. If you can avoid a relegation scrap in the first season you could be well on your way to taking this plucky Gloucestershire club up the football pyramid. AFC Wimbledon A sad footballing story that is could one day still have its fairytale ending, Wimbledon's short history has seen a meteoric rise up the English leagues that has seen six promotions in just 15 seasons of existence. Could you uncover the next Vinnie Jones? Credit: Getty images Now in League One and hoping to build on their 15th-placed finish last season, they are just two dream campaigns from being back in the Premier League.  A chance to recreate the Crazy gang could be too good to turn down for some, while a return to Selhurst Park to face Crystal Palace would be historic.

FA Cup second-round draw: Fylde host 2013 winners Wigan, Boreham Wood sent to Coventry

FA Cup second round draw National League side AFC Fylde will host 2013 FA Cup winners Wigan in the second round of the competition. Fylde, through to this stage of the competition for the first time in their history following a victory over Kidderminster, were paired with the League One side when the second round draw was made on Monday. Fylde's fellow non-League side Boreham Wood will also face former winners of the competition in the shape of Coventry, who lifted the cup in 1987. Coventry will be at home for the tie. There were a total of 12 non-League sides in the draw. National League South Oxford City were drawn away to Notts County. Seventh-tier Hereford, the lowest-ranked side through to the second round, will face either Chorley or Fleetwood after their tie on Monday night. Leatherhead, who are ranked lower than Hereford, would go away to Wycombe if they win their replay against Billericay Town. Woking or Bury vs Tranmere or Peterborough MK Dons v Maidstone United Newport Co v Cambridge Utd Wycombe v Leatherhead or Billericay Port Vale v Yeovil Town Shrewsbury v Morecambe Doncaster Rovers v Northampton or Scunthorpe Slough Town v Rochdale AFC Wimbledon v Charlton Athletic Stevenage v Swindon Town Mansfield Town v Guiseley or Accrington Stanley Gateshead v Luton Town Bradford City v Plymouth Argyle Blackburn Rovers v Crewe Alexandra AFC Fylde v Wigan Athletic Gillingham v Carlisle Utd Notts Co v Oxford City Forest Green v Exeter City Chorley or Fleetwood v Hereford Coventry City v Boreham Wood Town 7:28PM There you go Everyone present with 'Mark' Chapman professes themselves pleased with the draw. There's not much more I can add to the raw draw. Enjoy! Thanks for your company.  7:24PM TV picks I would guess would be Slough v Rochdale and Fylde v Wigan. Gateshead v Luton would be worth watching.  7:23PM The second round draw in full Woking or Bury vs Tranmere or Peterborough MK Dons v Maidstone United Newport Co v Cambridge Utd Wycombe v Leatherhead or Billericay Port Vale v Yeovil Town Shrewsbury v Morecambe Doncaster Rovers v Northampton or Scunthorpe Slough Town v Rochdale AFC Wimbledon v Charlton Athletic Stevenage v Swindon Town Mansfield Town v Guiseley or Accrington Stanley Gateshead v Luton Town Bradford City v Plymouth Argyle Blackburn Rovers v Crewe Alexandra AFC Fylde v Wigan Athletic Gillingham v Carlisle Utd Notts Co v Oxford City Forest Green v Exeter City Chorley or Fleetwood v Hereford Coventry City v Boreham Wood 7:19PM Tie 20  Coventry City v Boreham Wood 7:19PM Tie 19 Chorley or Fleetwood v Hereford 7:18PM Tie 18 Forest Green v Exeter City 7:18PM Tie 17 Notts Co v Oxford City 7:18PM Tie 16 Gillingham v Carlisle Utd 7:17PM Tie 15 AFC Fylde v Wigan Athletic 7:17PM Tie 14 Blackburn Rovers v Crewe Alexandra 7:17PM Tie 13 Bradford City v Plymouth Argyle 7:16PM Tie 12 Gateshead v Luton Town 7:16PM Tie 11 Mansfield Town v Guiseley or Accrington Stanley 7:16PM Tie 10 Stevenage v Swindon Town 7:16PM Tie nine AFC Wimbledon v Charlton Athletic 7:15PM Tie eight Slough Town v Rochdale 7:15PM Tie seven Donny Rovers v Northampton or Scunthorpe 7:15PM Tie six Shrewsbury v Morecambe 7:14PM Tie five Port Vale v Yeovil Town 7:14PM Tie four Wycombe v Leatherhead or Billericay 7:14PM Tie three Newport Co v Cambridge Utd 7:13PM Tie two MK Dons v Maidstone United 7:13PM First out Woking or Bury vs Tranmere or Peterborough 7:10PM Andy Cole and Kevin Davies Will draw the balls.  7:10PM Here we go The BBC hands over to BT Sport 7:09PM The draw will take place in 10 minutes Mark Chapman interviews Saturday's Slough Town heroes who thrashed Gainsborough Trinity 6-0. Everyone displays his/her poppy pinned to a tracksuit top. Chapman has his in his buttonhole. I'm perplexed that Chapman, a Manc, allows himself to be called 'Chappers'. That's a bit rah, isn't it? 'Chappy', 'Chap', 'grizzly' or 'face farm' would be far more Manc 7:03PM Former winners Bradford, Charlton, Blackburn, Wimbledon (oh, yes), Coventry and Wigan are all in the 'hat'. I use the quotation marks advisedly, unless you favour adorning your swede with a jaunty, plastic transparent bowl. And let's face it, who doesn't.   6:51PM Good evening All first-round winners have bagged their £18,000 prize money and set off in pursuit of the £27,000 on offer for a victory in the second round this evening. What, it's not about the money, it's about the glory? Could have fooled me after years of Premier League and Championship numpties fielding scratch sides to concentrate on the consolidation of 12th place.  For years the FA has allowed its Challenge Cup to be abused by myopic, soulless blowhards and yet it still thrives. We shall celebrate it here today as we find out who stands in the way of teams on the next leg of the road to Wembley (for the semi-finals! Gah! See what they've done there? Audrey, the screens!)   6:40PM A second-round FA Cup draw primer What is it? It's the draw for the second round of the 2017 FA Cup. When is it? It's on Monday November 6. - ie today. What time does it start? It will begin after 19.00 GMT - before the Chorley vs Fleetwood match on Monday night. What TV channel is it on? The match and draw will be on BT Sport 1 and BBC 2. Alternatively, you can follow the draw here. What's left of this weekend's action? First-round review Exeter assistant manager Matt Oakley was delighted to progress to round two of the FA Cup after seeing his side see off gallant Heybridge Swifts 3-1 at St James' Park. Two Jayden Stockley goals shortly past the hour mark gave the Grecians a commanding lead, but Samuel Bentick turned in a cross to reduce the arrears and give the Swifts hope. But any hopes of a comeback were ended by Liam McAlinden, whose shot squeezed through the legs of goalkeeper Danny Sambridge, much to the relief of Oakley, who was standing in for the absent Paul Tisdale. "I'm very pleased. It was a banana skin waiting to happen for us, when you see the draw come out," Oakley said. Relief for Exeter as they see off Heybridge Swifts Credit:  PA "I am very pleased with the result, very pleased with the second half performance and pleased to come in at half-time with a clean sheet. "We had a very difficult time at Warrington a few years ago when we conceded after a few minutes and we couldn't break them down after that. It was one of the messages we talked about before the game, so I was very pleased. "They put us under a lot of pressure and probably came out after the first half with a bit more confidence than we did. I thought we started the game really well, I was really pleased with the start, but then we started losing the ball and a few misplaced touches and they grew in confidence and came into it. "They didn't threaten our goal too much, so I wasn't too worried about it. We just needed to tighten up in certain areas and improve our attacking play in wide areas and we did that well in the second half." What are the draw numbers? STEVENAGE  BRADFORD CITY  PORT VALE  NEWPORT COUNTY MORECAMBE YEOVIL TOWN PETERBOROUGH UNITED OR TRANMERE ROVERS     CAMBRIDGE UNITED FOREST GREEN ROVERS AFC FYLDE  LUTON TOWN SHREWSBURY TOWN  HEREFORD GUISELEY OR ACCRINGTON STANLEY  BLACKBURN ROVERS  DONCASTER ROVERS     LEATHERHEAD OR BILLERICAY TOWN  BOREHAM WOOD  MANSFIELD TOWN  OXFORD CITY     PLYMOUTH ARGYLE  AFC WIMBLEDON  ROCHDALE COVENTRY CITY  CHORLEY OR FLEETWOOD TOWN CARLISLE UNITED NOTTS COUNTY  SWINDON TOWN  MAIDSTONE UNITED  WOKING OR BURY     CREWE ALEXANDRA GILLINGHAM MILTON KEYNES DONS  SLOUGH TOWN     WYCOMBE WANDERERS  NORTHAMPTON TOWN OR SCUNTHORPE UNITED     CHARLTON ATHELTIC  WIGAN ATHLETIC GATESHEAD EXETER CITY When will the second round fixtures take place? Weekend of December 2 and 3. What are the latest FA Cup odds? Chelsea - 5/1 Man City - 5/1 Man Utd - 6/1 Tottenham - 8/1 Arsenal - 8/1 Liverpool - 9/1

FA Cup second-round draw: Fylde host 2013 winners Wigan, Boreham Wood sent to Coventry

FA Cup second round draw National League side AFC Fylde will host 2013 FA Cup winners Wigan in the second round of the competition. Fylde, through to this stage of the competition for the first time in their history following a victory over Kidderminster, were paired with the League One side when the second round draw was made on Monday. Fylde's fellow non-League side Boreham Wood will also face former winners of the competition in the shape of Coventry, who lifted the cup in 1987. Coventry will be at home for the tie. There were a total of 12 non-League sides in the draw. National League South Oxford City were drawn away to Notts County. Seventh-tier Hereford, the lowest-ranked side through to the second round, will face either Chorley or Fleetwood after their tie on Monday night. Leatherhead, who are ranked lower than Hereford, would go away to Wycombe if they win their replay against Billericay Town. Woking or Bury vs Tranmere or Peterborough MK Dons v Maidstone United Newport Co v Cambridge Utd Wycombe v Leatherhead or Billericay Port Vale v Yeovil Town Shrewsbury v Morecambe Doncaster Rovers v Northampton or Scunthorpe Slough Town v Rochdale AFC Wimbledon v Charlton Athletic Stevenage v Swindon Town Mansfield Town v Guiseley or Accrington Stanley Gateshead v Luton Town Bradford City v Plymouth Argyle Blackburn Rovers v Crewe Alexandra AFC Fylde v Wigan Athletic Gillingham v Carlisle Utd Notts Co v Oxford City Forest Green v Exeter City Chorley or Fleetwood v Hereford Coventry City v Boreham Wood Town 7:28PM There you go Everyone present with 'Mark' Chapman professes themselves pleased with the draw. There's not much more I can add to the raw draw. Enjoy! Thanks for your company.  7:24PM TV picks I would guess would be Slough v Rochdale and Fylde v Wigan. Gateshead v Luton would be worth watching.  7:23PM The second round draw in full Woking or Bury vs Tranmere or Peterborough MK Dons v Maidstone United Newport Co v Cambridge Utd Wycombe v Leatherhead or Billericay Port Vale v Yeovil Town Shrewsbury v Morecambe Doncaster Rovers v Northampton or Scunthorpe Slough Town v Rochdale AFC Wimbledon v Charlton Athletic Stevenage v Swindon Town Mansfield Town v Guiseley or Accrington Stanley Gateshead v Luton Town Bradford City v Plymouth Argyle Blackburn Rovers v Crewe Alexandra AFC Fylde v Wigan Athletic Gillingham v Carlisle Utd Notts Co v Oxford City Forest Green v Exeter City Chorley or Fleetwood v Hereford Coventry City v Boreham Wood 7:19PM Tie 20  Coventry City v Boreham Wood 7:19PM Tie 19 Chorley or Fleetwood v Hereford 7:18PM Tie 18 Forest Green v Exeter City 7:18PM Tie 17 Notts Co v Oxford City 7:18PM Tie 16 Gillingham v Carlisle Utd 7:17PM Tie 15 AFC Fylde v Wigan Athletic 7:17PM Tie 14 Blackburn Rovers v Crewe Alexandra 7:17PM Tie 13 Bradford City v Plymouth Argyle 7:16PM Tie 12 Gateshead v Luton Town 7:16PM Tie 11 Mansfield Town v Guiseley or Accrington Stanley 7:16PM Tie 10 Stevenage v Swindon Town 7:16PM Tie nine AFC Wimbledon v Charlton Athletic 7:15PM Tie eight Slough Town v Rochdale 7:15PM Tie seven Donny Rovers v Northampton or Scunthorpe 7:15PM Tie six Shrewsbury v Morecambe 7:14PM Tie five Port Vale v Yeovil Town 7:14PM Tie four Wycombe v Leatherhead or Billericay 7:14PM Tie three Newport Co v Cambridge Utd 7:13PM Tie two MK Dons v Maidstone United 7:13PM First out Woking or Bury vs Tranmere or Peterborough 7:10PM Andy Cole and Kevin Davies Will draw the balls.  7:10PM Here we go The BBC hands over to BT Sport 7:09PM The draw will take place in 10 minutes Mark Chapman interviews Saturday's Slough Town heroes who thrashed Gainsborough Trinity 6-0. Everyone displays his/her poppy pinned to a tracksuit top. Chapman has his in his buttonhole. I'm perplexed that Chapman, a Manc, allows himself to be called 'Chappers'. That's a bit rah, isn't it? 'Chappy', 'Chap', 'grizzly' or 'face farm' would be far more Manc 7:03PM Former winners Bradford, Charlton, Blackburn, Wimbledon (oh, yes), Coventry and Wigan are all in the 'hat'. I use the quotation marks advisedly, unless you favour adorning your swede with a jaunty, plastic transparent bowl. And let's face it, who doesn't.   6:51PM Good evening All first-round winners have bagged their £18,000 prize money and set off in pursuit of the £27,000 on offer for a victory in the second round this evening. What, it's not about the money, it's about the glory? Could have fooled me after years of Premier League and Championship numpties fielding scratch sides to concentrate on the consolidation of 12th place.  For years the FA has allowed its Challenge Cup to be abused by myopic, soulless blowhards and yet it still thrives. We shall celebrate it here today as we find out who stands in the way of teams on the next leg of the road to Wembley (for the semi-finals! Gah! See what they've done there? Audrey, the screens!)   6:40PM A second-round FA Cup draw primer What is it? It's the draw for the second round of the 2017 FA Cup. When is it? It's on Monday November 6. - ie today. What time does it start? It will begin after 19.00 GMT - before the Chorley vs Fleetwood match on Monday night. What TV channel is it on? The match and draw will be on BT Sport 1 and BBC 2. Alternatively, you can follow the draw here. What's left of this weekend's action? First-round review Exeter assistant manager Matt Oakley was delighted to progress to round two of the FA Cup after seeing his side see off gallant Heybridge Swifts 3-1 at St James' Park. Two Jayden Stockley goals shortly past the hour mark gave the Grecians a commanding lead, but Samuel Bentick turned in a cross to reduce the arrears and give the Swifts hope. But any hopes of a comeback were ended by Liam McAlinden, whose shot squeezed through the legs of goalkeeper Danny Sambridge, much to the relief of Oakley, who was standing in for the absent Paul Tisdale. "I'm very pleased. It was a banana skin waiting to happen for us, when you see the draw come out," Oakley said. Relief for Exeter as they see off Heybridge Swifts Credit:  PA "I am very pleased with the result, very pleased with the second half performance and pleased to come in at half-time with a clean sheet. "We had a very difficult time at Warrington a few years ago when we conceded after a few minutes and we couldn't break them down after that. It was one of the messages we talked about before the game, so I was very pleased. "They put us under a lot of pressure and probably came out after the first half with a bit more confidence than we did. I thought we started the game really well, I was really pleased with the start, but then we started losing the ball and a few misplaced touches and they grew in confidence and came into it. "They didn't threaten our goal too much, so I wasn't too worried about it. We just needed to tighten up in certain areas and improve our attacking play in wide areas and we did that well in the second half." What are the draw numbers? STEVENAGE  BRADFORD CITY  PORT VALE  NEWPORT COUNTY MORECAMBE YEOVIL TOWN PETERBOROUGH UNITED OR TRANMERE ROVERS     CAMBRIDGE UNITED FOREST GREEN ROVERS AFC FYLDE  LUTON TOWN SHREWSBURY TOWN  HEREFORD GUISELEY OR ACCRINGTON STANLEY  BLACKBURN ROVERS  DONCASTER ROVERS     LEATHERHEAD OR BILLERICAY TOWN  BOREHAM WOOD  MANSFIELD TOWN  OXFORD CITY     PLYMOUTH ARGYLE  AFC WIMBLEDON  ROCHDALE COVENTRY CITY  CHORLEY OR FLEETWOOD TOWN CARLISLE UNITED NOTTS COUNTY  SWINDON TOWN  MAIDSTONE UNITED  WOKING OR BURY     CREWE ALEXANDRA GILLINGHAM MILTON KEYNES DONS  SLOUGH TOWN     WYCOMBE WANDERERS  NORTHAMPTON TOWN OR SCUNTHORPE UNITED     CHARLTON ATHELTIC  WIGAN ATHLETIC GATESHEAD EXETER CITY When will the second round fixtures take place? Weekend of December 2 and 3. What are the latest FA Cup odds? Chelsea - 5/1 Man City - 5/1 Man Utd - 6/1 Tottenham - 8/1 Arsenal - 8/1 Liverpool - 9/1

Sutton and Lincoln crash out of FA Cup as Oxford City and Boreham Wood provide first-round upsets

Last season, it took Arsenal to end Sutton United’s participation in the FA Cup, and a controversy sparked by a hastily eaten meat pie, after a glorious run that saw them reach the fifth round. On Saturday they went out in tamer circumstances in the first, losing 1-0 at 10-man Cambridge United who reached the second round for the fifth consecutive season. There was nothing to compare with the drama of 12 months ago when their great adventure included victories over Cheltenham, AFC Wimbledon and Leeds before the embarrassment of Piegate, which led to a two-month ban from football for reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw. His former team-mates know they should probably have done better on Sunday after enjoying a numerical advantage for 50 minutes following the dismissal of George Maris for simulation. The visitors failed to make their advantage pay and conceded on the stroke of half-time when Jabo Ibehre turned home the rebound after Jevani Brown hit the bar. Elsewhere, Paul Konchesky and Jermaine Pennant, who reached the finals in 2006 and 2010 with West Ham and Liverpool respectively, retain an interest in this year’s competition after Billericay Town drew 1-1 with Leatherhead, a draw that puts the Isthmian Premier League side in the second-round draw for the first time in their history. “It was a great game. I’m proud of my boys, they dug in and I’m pleased to be in the hat,” said Billericay owner-manager Glenn Tamplin. Former winners Charlton Athletic (1947) and Coventry City (1987) are definitely though after seeing off Truro City 3-1 and Maidenhead United 2-0 respectively.  Truro were making their debut in the first round as the first Cornish side there since 1969 but conceded to Ben Reeves after 10 minutes and seldom looked likely to pull off the shock their 996 fans had travelled so far to see. Charlton comfortably saw off Truro Credit: Naomi Baker/Getty Images Jordan Ponticelli scored both Coventry goals in a straightforward win while elsewhere Swindon Town brushed off National League South side Dartford 5-1 with Timi Elsnik scoring twice. Guiseley were more than happy with their afternoon’s work after holding League Two high-fliers Accrington Stanley to a goalless draw but the other non-league hopefuls Heybridge Swifts and Solihull Moors fell to Exeter City and Wycombe Wanderers respectively. The final first-round game on Monday sees League One side Fleetwood Town travel to Chorley, who are in the first round for the first time in 27 years. The teams last met competitively in 2006 in the Northern Premier League Division One and Fleetwood manager Uwe Rosler warned his players “to do the business on the day”. On Saturday, Oxford City from the National League South beat Colchester United, who are 56 places above them, 1-0 to reach the second round for only the second time. Boreham Wood provided the other big first-round shock against Blackpool Credit: Harry Murphy/Getty Images The day’s other shock came from Boreham Wood, 10th in the National League, who came back from a goal down to beat 1953 winners Blackpool 2-1 at home with the goals coming from substitutes Blair Turgott, on loan from Stevenage, and Dan Holman. Another non-league side Maidstone, of the National League South, won 4-2 at the League Two side Cheltenham. But Lincoln City, who lost at Arsenal in the quarter-finals last season, lost 1-0 to AFC Wimbledon.

Sutton and Lincoln crash out of FA Cup as Oxford City and Boreham Wood provide first-round upsets

Last season, it took Arsenal to end Sutton United’s participation in the FA Cup, and a controversy sparked by a hastily eaten meat pie, after a glorious run that saw them reach the fifth round. On Saturday they went out in tamer circumstances in the first, losing 1-0 at 10-man Cambridge United who reached the second round for the fifth consecutive season. There was nothing to compare with the drama of 12 months ago when their great adventure included victories over Cheltenham, AFC Wimbledon and Leeds before the embarrassment of Piegate, which led to a two-month ban from football for reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw. His former team-mates know they should probably have done better on Sunday after enjoying a numerical advantage for 50 minutes following the dismissal of George Maris for simulation. The visitors failed to make their advantage pay and conceded on the stroke of half-time when Jabo Ibehre turned home the rebound after Jevani Brown hit the bar. Elsewhere, Paul Konchesky and Jermaine Pennant, who reached the finals in 2006 and 2010 with West Ham and Liverpool respectively, retain an interest in this year’s competition after Billericay Town drew 1-1 with Leatherhead, a draw that puts the Isthmian Premier League side in the second-round draw for the first time in their history. “It was a great game. I’m proud of my boys, they dug in and I’m pleased to be in the hat,” said Billericay owner-manager Glenn Tamplin. Former winners Charlton Athletic (1947) and Coventry City (1987) are definitely though after seeing off Truro City 3-1 and Maidenhead United 2-0 respectively.  Truro were making their debut in the first round as the first Cornish side there since 1969 but conceded to Ben Reeves after 10 minutes and seldom looked likely to pull off the shock their 996 fans had travelled so far to see. Charlton comfortably saw off Truro Credit: Naomi Baker/Getty Images Jordan Ponticelli scored both Coventry goals in a straightforward win while elsewhere Swindon Town brushed off National League South side Dartford 5-1 with Timi Elsnik scoring twice. Guiseley were more than happy with their afternoon’s work after holding League Two high-fliers Accrington Stanley to a goalless draw but the other non-league hopefuls Heybridge Swifts and Solihull Moors fell to Exeter City and Wycombe Wanderers respectively. The final first-round game on Monday sees League One side Fleetwood Town travel to Chorley, who are in the first round for the first time in 27 years. The teams last met competitively in 2006 in the Northern Premier League Division One and Fleetwood manager Uwe Rosler warned his players “to do the business on the day”. On Saturday, Oxford City from the National League South beat Colchester United, who are 56 places above them, 1-0 to reach the second round for only the second time. Boreham Wood provided the other big first-round shock against Blackpool Credit: Harry Murphy/Getty Images The day’s other shock came from Boreham Wood, 10th in the National League, who came back from a goal down to beat 1953 winners Blackpool 2-1 at home with the goals coming from substitutes Blair Turgott, on loan from Stevenage, and Dan Holman. Another non-league side Maidstone, of the National League South, won 4-2 at the League Two side Cheltenham. But Lincoln City, who lost at Arsenal in the quarter-finals last season, lost 1-0 to AFC Wimbledon.

Sutton and Lincoln crash out of FA Cup as Oxford City and Boreham Wood provide first-round upsets

Last season, it took Arsenal to end Sutton United’s participation in the FA Cup, and a controversy sparked by a hastily eaten meat pie, after a glorious run that saw them reach the fifth round. On Saturday they went out in tamer circumstances in the first, losing 1-0 at 10-man Cambridge United who reached the second round for the fifth consecutive season. There was nothing to compare with the drama of 12 months ago when their great adventure included victories over Cheltenham, AFC Wimbledon and Leeds before the embarrassment of Piegate, which led to a two-month ban from football for reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw. His former team-mates know they should probably have done better on Sunday after enjoying a numerical advantage for 50 minutes following the dismissal of George Maris for simulation. The visitors failed to make their advantage pay and conceded on the stroke of half-time when Jabo Ibehre turned home the rebound after Jevani Brown hit the bar. Elsewhere, Paul Konchesky and Jermaine Pennant, who reached the finals in 2006 and 2010 with West Ham and Liverpool respectively, retain an interest in this year’s competition after Billericay Town drew 1-1 with Leatherhead, a draw that puts the Isthmian Premier League side in the second-round draw for the first time in their history. “It was a great game. I’m proud of my boys, they dug in and I’m pleased to be in the hat,” said Billericay owner-manager Glenn Tamplin. Former winners Charlton Athletic (1947) and Coventry City (1987) are definitely though after seeing off Truro City 3-1 and Maidenhead United 2-0 respectively.  Truro were making their debut in the first round as the first Cornish side there since 1969 but conceded to Ben Reeves after 10 minutes and seldom looked likely to pull off the shock their 996 fans had travelled so far to see. Charlton comfortably saw off Truro Credit: Naomi Baker/Getty Images Jordan Ponticelli scored both Coventry goals in a straightforward win while elsewhere Swindon Town brushed off National League South side Dartford 5-1 with Timi Elsnik scoring twice. Guiseley were more than happy with their afternoon’s work after holding League Two high-fliers Accrington Stanley to a goalless draw but the other non-league hopefuls Heybridge Swifts and Solihull Moors fell to Exeter City and Wycombe Wanderers respectively. The final first-round game on Monday sees League One side Fleetwood Town travel to Chorley, who are in the first round for the first time in 27 years. The teams last met competitively in 2006 in the Northern Premier League Division One and Fleetwood manager Uwe Rosler warned his players “to do the business on the day”. On Saturday, Oxford City from the National League South beat Colchester United, who are 56 places above them, 1-0 to reach the second round for only the second time. Boreham Wood provided the other big first-round shock against Blackpool Credit: Harry Murphy/Getty Images The day’s other shock came from Boreham Wood, 10th in the National League, who came back from a goal down to beat 1953 winners Blackpool 2-1 at home with the goals coming from substitutes Blair Turgott, on loan from Stevenage, and Dan Holman. Another non-league side Maidstone, of the National League South, won 4-2 at the League Two side Cheltenham. But Lincoln City, who lost at Arsenal in the quarter-finals last season, lost 1-0 to AFC Wimbledon.

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FA Cup first round draw: Hyde United (eighth tier) host MK Dons

  7:28PM And that's the draw The excitement is over! No more balls will be drawn! Morecambe vs Hartlepool is pretty good, Doncaster will visit either East Thurrock or Ebsfleet. Hyde vs MK Dons is a brilliant tie for the minnows. I was really hoping for a Slough vs Swindon draw, purely for Office quotes.  7:25PM Eighth tier Hyde will play MK Dons! The crowd goes wild in the BBC studio as the draw is announced. That's the big club the players wanted. 7:24PM Lads, can we please have some music Or something. This draw is not one of the most exciting things I've ever seen on television. That Liverpool vs Man Utd game on Saturday was more entertaining. 7:21PM AFC Wimbledon vs Lincoln City AFC Wimbledon are one of the clubs to have benefited immensely from TV money brought by the FA Cup and they are drawn against Lincoln City.  7:19PM Some more fixtures for you Peterborough Utd v Tranmere Cambridge Utd v Sutton Utd Forest Green Rovers v Macclesfield Town AFC Fylde v Kidderminster Harriers Luton v Portsmouth Shrewsbury v Aldershot Hereford v AFC Telford Utd Guiseley v Accrington Stanley Blackburn Rovers v Barnet 7:16PM No huge match ups so far Bradford City v Chesterfield Port Vale v Oxford Utd Newport County v Walsall Morecambe v Hartlepool Utd 7:14PM And it's set of balls number eight And Lancelot is the FA Cup draw machine for tonight. What a hilarious National Lottery joke. And the first fixture is Stevenage vs Nantwich or Kettering. IT'S ALL KICKING OFF NOW, CLIVE. 7:12PM Your Davids, your Goliaths Hyde, Heybridge Swifts and Ossett Town are the lowest ranked teams in the competition, with all three occupying the eighth tier of English football.  7:10PM David Sharpe The Wigan chairman, grandson of Dave Whelan, fancies Wigan's chances this season. And now it's time for the draw!   7:05PM Who do the small teams want to get in the draw? According to a couple of Hyde football staff (manager and player), the management want to play against a team they can probably beat whereas the players want to draw Blackburn or Charlton - one of the 'big' clubs. Hyde actually own the record for biggest defeat in the FA Cup. A 26-0 hiding (see what I did) by Preston North End. 7:00PM The live coverage begins! Here we go. The draw is being held at Hyde United's ground. Look how cool their sun was earlier: Red sun today. FA Cup draw at Hyde United. Is that an omen. #EmiratesFACuppic.twitter.com/LoZ27mZjKW— Hyde United FC (@hydeunited) October 16, 2017   6:47PM The difference the FA Cup actually makes I wrote this in January about just how much an FA Cup run is worth to a small club. It turns out the answer is everything. The FA awards a prize of £1.8million to the winners of the competition, the kind of short-change a Champions League club might use as a sweetener for a promising youth prospect’s signing-on fee. For non-league side Curzon Ashton just qualifying for the second round of the competition will, and has, had an enormous impact.   Image     Landscape Portrait Square Original/Custom   Edit Selected Crop... Caption:   Description: curzon ashton Agency: GETTY IMAGES Artist:       Edit...   Delete     “It means so much to us a club,” says their CEO Natalie Atkinson. “The FA Cup is enabling us, through prize money, funds gained and TV money to work with the FA and football foundations to replace our 3G pitch next to the stadium.” Curzon Ashton, currently 15th in the National League North, lost 4-3 to AFC Wimbledon in December, conceding four goals in the final 10 minutes of the game. The prize for qualifying for the second round was £27,000, in addition to £18,000 earned from the first round. Those sucker-punch goals prevented a windfall of £67,500 for making it to third round. However, thanks to the wonder of television money, the club received more for their defeat to Wimbledon than they would have if they’d won a non-televised second round match. There's more on the article, if you fancy clicking on it. 6:30PM The magic of the cup This most holy of trophies always produces magical moments and even if a guilty few/most don't pay attention to the competition until their team is involved, those matches between minnows of the lower leagues and giants of... in this case, League One, are always thoroughly enjoyable.  Sutton are looking to make a lot more money from another (pie free) run at the cup this year, Accrington Stanley's involvement will be upping the YouTube view count on this milk advert, and today is the first time I have ever heard of Gainsborough Trinity. Perhaps they will become my new favourite non-league - maybe they'll be yours! It all depends who has to play who - and which of those games the people in charge at BBC decide to broadcast... 6:15PM Good evening! Hello there sports fans. Welcome to our live coverage of what is sure to be a riveting FA Cup first round draw. The action will kick-off at 7:10pm and we'll keep you up to date with the draw as it happens. For right now, that wait should give you time to look at all the nice photographs of that weird looking sun from earlier today. It was like being in Blade Runner. 6:09PM Preview What is it? It's the draw for the first round proper of the FA Cup: the oldest competition in world football.  The first round sees the 48 teams from League One and League Two joined by 32 non-league sides. When is it? Monday October 16. What time is it? The draw itself will begin at 7:10pm on Monday evening. The first round of the FA Cup will take place on Saturday November 4  Credit: AP  What TV channel is it on? The draw will be broadcast live on both BBC Two and BT Sport. Mark Chapman will present the BBC's coverage of the draw in half-hour long episode from 7pm, while BT Sport 3's show will also begin at 7pm.  When will the matches take place?  The first round will take place over the weekend of Friday November 3 to Monday 6 November 2017 Who's in the hat? Sutton United made it to the fifth round of the FA Cup last season  Credit: Getty Images  Three teams from the eighth tier of English football are among the non-league teams in the hat for the first round. Hyde United, who play in the Northern Premier League, beat Scarborough Athletic on Sunday afternoon to book their place in the competition.  Hampton and Richmond, who are coached by Sky Sports commentator Martin Tyler, failed in their bid to reach the FA Cup proper after losing to  National League South rivals Truro City. Truro's 2-0 victory over their league rivals means they become the first Cornwal team to reach the FA Cup first round since 1969.  Billericay Town, whose current players include Jamie O'Hara, Paul Konchesky and Jermaine Pennant, will also take their place in the draw.  FA Cup first round numbers 1 ACCRINGTON STANLEY 2 AFC WIMBLEDON 3 BARNET 4 BLACKBURN ROVERS 5 BLACKPOOL 6 BRADFORD CITY 7 BRISTOL ROVERS 8 BURY 9 CAMBRIDGE UNITED 10 CARLISLE UNITED 11 CHARLTON ATHLETIC 12 CHELTENHAM TOWN 13 CHESTERFIELD 14 COLCHESTER UNITED 15 COVENTRY CITY 16 CRAWLEY TOWN 17 CREWE ALEXANDRA 18 DONCASTER ROVERS 19 EXETER CITY 20 FLEETWOOD TOWN 21 FOREST GREEN ROVERS 22 GILLINGHAM 23 GRIMSBY TOWN 24 LINCOLN CITY 25 LUTON TOWN 26 MANSFIELD TOWN 27 MILTON KEYNES DONS 28 MORECAMBE 29 NEWPORT COUNTY 30 NORTHAMPTON TOWN 31 NOTTS COUNTY 32 OLDHAM ATHLETIC 33 OXFORD UNITED 34 PETERBOROUGH UNITED 35 PLYMOUTH ARGYLE 36 PORT VALE 37 PORTSMOUTH 38 ROCHDALE 39 ROTHERHAM UNITED 40 SCUNTHORPE UNITED 41 SHREWSBURY TOWN 42 SOUTHEND UNITED 43 STEVENAGE 44 SWINDON TOWN 45 WALSALL 46 WIGAN ATHLETIC 47 WYCOMBE WANDERERS 48 YEOVIL TOWN 49 TRANMERE ROVERS 50 SOLIHULL MOORS OR OSSETT TOWN 51 HARTLEPOOL UNITED 52 SHAW LANE ASSOCIATION 53 CHORLEY OR BOSTON UNITED 54 AFC TELFORD UNITED 55 GAINSBOROUGH TRINITY 56 NANTWICH TOWN OR KETTERING TOWN 57 GATESHEAD 58 GUISELEY 59 AFC FYLDE 60 KIDDERMINSTER HARRIERS 61 HYDE UNITED 62 MACCLESFIELD TOWN 63 BRACKLEY TOWN OR BILLERICAY TOWN 64 DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE OR LEYTON ORIENT 65 HEREFORD 66 ALDERSHOT TOWN  67 BATH CITY OR CHELMSFORD CITY 68 OXFORD CITY 69 MAIDENHEAD UNITED 70 HEYBRIDGE SWIFTS 71 WOKING OR CONCORD RANGERS 72 TRURO CITY 73 DOVER ATHLETIC OR BROMLEY 74 SLOUGH TOWN 75 DARTFORD 76 BOREHAM WOOD 77 MAIDSTONE UNITED OR ENFIELD TOWN 78 LEATHERHEAD 79 SUTTON UNITED 80 EAST THURROCK UNITED OR EBBSFLEET UNITED

FA Cup first round draw: Hyde United (eighth tier) host MK Dons

  7:28PM And that's the draw The excitement is over! No more balls will be drawn! Morecambe vs Hartlepool is pretty good, Doncaster will visit either East Thurrock or Ebsfleet. Hyde vs MK Dons is a brilliant tie for the minnows. I was really hoping for a Slough vs Swindon draw, purely for Office quotes.  7:25PM Eighth tier Hyde will play MK Dons! The crowd goes wild in the BBC studio as the draw is announced. That's the big club the players wanted. 7:24PM Lads, can we please have some music Or something. This draw is not one of the most exciting things I've ever seen on television. That Liverpool vs Man Utd game on Saturday was more entertaining. 7:21PM AFC Wimbledon vs Lincoln City AFC Wimbledon are one of the clubs to have benefited immensely from TV money brought by the FA Cup and they are drawn against Lincoln City.  7:19PM Some more fixtures for you Peterborough Utd v Tranmere Cambridge Utd v Sutton Utd Forest Green Rovers v Macclesfield Town AFC Fylde v Kidderminster Harriers Luton v Portsmouth Shrewsbury v Aldershot Hereford v AFC Telford Utd Guiseley v Accrington Stanley Blackburn Rovers v Barnet 7:16PM No huge match ups so far Bradford City v Chesterfield Port Vale v Oxford Utd Newport County v Walsall Morecambe v Hartlepool Utd 7:14PM And it's set of balls number eight And Lancelot is the FA Cup draw machine for tonight. What a hilarious National Lottery joke. And the first fixture is Stevenage vs Nantwich or Kettering. IT'S ALL KICKING OFF NOW, CLIVE. 7:12PM Your Davids, your Goliaths Hyde, Heybridge Swifts and Ossett Town are the lowest ranked teams in the competition, with all three occupying the eighth tier of English football.  7:10PM David Sharpe The Wigan chairman, grandson of Dave Whelan, fancies Wigan's chances this season. And now it's time for the draw!   7:05PM Who do the small teams want to get in the draw? According to a couple of Hyde football staff (manager and player), the management want to play against a team they can probably beat whereas the players want to draw Blackburn or Charlton - one of the 'big' clubs. Hyde actually own the record for biggest defeat in the FA Cup. A 26-0 hiding (see what I did) by Preston North End. 7:00PM The live coverage begins! Here we go. The draw is being held at Hyde United's ground. Look how cool their sun was earlier: Red sun today. FA Cup draw at Hyde United. Is that an omen. #EmiratesFACuppic.twitter.com/LoZ27mZjKW— Hyde United FC (@hydeunited) October 16, 2017   6:47PM The difference the FA Cup actually makes I wrote this in January about just how much an FA Cup run is worth to a small club. It turns out the answer is everything. The FA awards a prize of £1.8million to the winners of the competition, the kind of short-change a Champions League club might use as a sweetener for a promising youth prospect’s signing-on fee. For non-league side Curzon Ashton just qualifying for the second round of the competition will, and has, had an enormous impact.   Image     Landscape Portrait Square Original/Custom   Edit Selected Crop... Caption:   Description: curzon ashton Agency: GETTY IMAGES Artist:       Edit...   Delete     “It means so much to us a club,” says their CEO Natalie Atkinson. “The FA Cup is enabling us, through prize money, funds gained and TV money to work with the FA and football foundations to replace our 3G pitch next to the stadium.” Curzon Ashton, currently 15th in the National League North, lost 4-3 to AFC Wimbledon in December, conceding four goals in the final 10 minutes of the game. The prize for qualifying for the second round was £27,000, in addition to £18,000 earned from the first round. Those sucker-punch goals prevented a windfall of £67,500 for making it to third round. However, thanks to the wonder of television money, the club received more for their defeat to Wimbledon than they would have if they’d won a non-televised second round match. There's more on the article, if you fancy clicking on it. 6:30PM The magic of the cup This most holy of trophies always produces magical moments and even if a guilty few/most don't pay attention to the competition until their team is involved, those matches between minnows of the lower leagues and giants of... in this case, League One, are always thoroughly enjoyable.  Sutton are looking to make a lot more money from another (pie free) run at the cup this year, Accrington Stanley's involvement will be upping the YouTube view count on this milk advert, and today is the first time I have ever heard of Gainsborough Trinity. Perhaps they will become my new favourite non-league - maybe they'll be yours! It all depends who has to play who - and which of those games the people in charge at BBC decide to broadcast... 6:15PM Good evening! Hello there sports fans. Welcome to our live coverage of what is sure to be a riveting FA Cup first round draw. The action will kick-off at 7:10pm and we'll keep you up to date with the draw as it happens. For right now, that wait should give you time to look at all the nice photographs of that weird looking sun from earlier today. It was like being in Blade Runner. 6:09PM Preview What is it? It's the draw for the first round proper of the FA Cup: the oldest competition in world football.  The first round sees the 48 teams from League One and League Two joined by 32 non-league sides. When is it? Monday October 16. What time is it? The draw itself will begin at 7:10pm on Monday evening. The first round of the FA Cup will take place on Saturday November 4  Credit: AP  What TV channel is it on? The draw will be broadcast live on both BBC Two and BT Sport. Mark Chapman will present the BBC's coverage of the draw in half-hour long episode from 7pm, while BT Sport 3's show will also begin at 7pm.  When will the matches take place?  The first round will take place over the weekend of Friday November 3 to Monday 6 November 2017 Who's in the hat? Sutton United made it to the fifth round of the FA Cup last season  Credit: Getty Images  Three teams from the eighth tier of English football are among the non-league teams in the hat for the first round. Hyde United, who play in the Northern Premier League, beat Scarborough Athletic on Sunday afternoon to book their place in the competition.  Hampton and Richmond, who are coached by Sky Sports commentator Martin Tyler, failed in their bid to reach the FA Cup proper after losing to  National League South rivals Truro City. Truro's 2-0 victory over their league rivals means they become the first Cornwal team to reach the FA Cup first round since 1969.  Billericay Town, whose current players include Jamie O'Hara, Paul Konchesky and Jermaine Pennant, will also take their place in the draw.  FA Cup first round numbers 1 ACCRINGTON STANLEY 2 AFC WIMBLEDON 3 BARNET 4 BLACKBURN ROVERS 5 BLACKPOOL 6 BRADFORD CITY 7 BRISTOL ROVERS 8 BURY 9 CAMBRIDGE UNITED 10 CARLISLE UNITED 11 CHARLTON ATHLETIC 12 CHELTENHAM TOWN 13 CHESTERFIELD 14 COLCHESTER UNITED 15 COVENTRY CITY 16 CRAWLEY TOWN 17 CREWE ALEXANDRA 18 DONCASTER ROVERS 19 EXETER CITY 20 FLEETWOOD TOWN 21 FOREST GREEN ROVERS 22 GILLINGHAM 23 GRIMSBY TOWN 24 LINCOLN CITY 25 LUTON TOWN 26 MANSFIELD TOWN 27 MILTON KEYNES DONS 28 MORECAMBE 29 NEWPORT COUNTY 30 NORTHAMPTON TOWN 31 NOTTS COUNTY 32 OLDHAM ATHLETIC 33 OXFORD UNITED 34 PETERBOROUGH UNITED 35 PLYMOUTH ARGYLE 36 PORT VALE 37 PORTSMOUTH 38 ROCHDALE 39 ROTHERHAM UNITED 40 SCUNTHORPE UNITED 41 SHREWSBURY TOWN 42 SOUTHEND UNITED 43 STEVENAGE 44 SWINDON TOWN 45 WALSALL 46 WIGAN ATHLETIC 47 WYCOMBE WANDERERS 48 YEOVIL TOWN 49 TRANMERE ROVERS 50 SOLIHULL MOORS OR OSSETT TOWN 51 HARTLEPOOL UNITED 52 SHAW LANE ASSOCIATION 53 CHORLEY OR BOSTON UNITED 54 AFC TELFORD UNITED 55 GAINSBOROUGH TRINITY 56 NANTWICH TOWN OR KETTERING TOWN 57 GATESHEAD 58 GUISELEY 59 AFC FYLDE 60 KIDDERMINSTER HARRIERS 61 HYDE UNITED 62 MACCLESFIELD TOWN 63 BRACKLEY TOWN OR BILLERICAY TOWN 64 DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE OR LEYTON ORIENT 65 HEREFORD 66 ALDERSHOT TOWN  67 BATH CITY OR CHELMSFORD CITY 68 OXFORD CITY 69 MAIDENHEAD UNITED 70 HEYBRIDGE SWIFTS 71 WOKING OR CONCORD RANGERS 72 TRURO CITY 73 DOVER ATHLETIC OR BROMLEY 74 SLOUGH TOWN 75 DARTFORD 76 BOREHAM WOOD 77 MAIDSTONE UNITED OR ENFIELD TOWN 78 LEATHERHEAD 79 SUTTON UNITED 80 EAST THURROCK UNITED OR EBBSFLEET UNITED

FA Cup first round draw: Hyde United (eighth tier) host MK Dons

  7:28PM And that's the draw The excitement is over! No more balls will be drawn! Morecambe vs Hartlepool is pretty good, Doncaster will visit either East Thurrock or Ebsfleet. Hyde vs MK Dons is a brilliant tie for the minnows. I was really hoping for a Slough vs Swindon draw, purely for Office quotes.  7:25PM Eighth tier Hyde will play MK Dons! The crowd goes wild in the BBC studio as the draw is announced. That's the big club the players wanted. 7:24PM Lads, can we please have some music Or something. This draw is not one of the most exciting things I've ever seen on television. That Liverpool vs Man Utd game on Saturday was more entertaining. 7:21PM AFC Wimbledon vs Lincoln City AFC Wimbledon are one of the clubs to have benefited immensely from TV money brought by the FA Cup and they are drawn against Lincoln City.  7:19PM Some more fixtures for you Peterborough Utd v Tranmere Cambridge Utd v Sutton Utd Forest Green Rovers v Macclesfield Town AFC Fylde v Kidderminster Harriers Luton v Portsmouth Shrewsbury v Aldershot Hereford v AFC Telford Utd Guiseley v Accrington Stanley Blackburn Rovers v Barnet 7:16PM No huge match ups so far Bradford City v Chesterfield Port Vale v Oxford Utd Newport County v Walsall Morecambe v Hartlepool Utd 7:14PM And it's set of balls number eight And Lancelot is the FA Cup draw machine for tonight. What a hilarious National Lottery joke. And the first fixture is Stevenage vs Nantwich or Kettering. IT'S ALL KICKING OFF NOW, CLIVE. 7:12PM Your Davids, your Goliaths Hyde, Heybridge Swifts and Ossett Town are the lowest ranked teams in the competition, with all three occupying the eighth tier of English football.  7:10PM David Sharpe The Wigan chairman, grandson of Dave Whelan, fancies Wigan's chances this season. And now it's time for the draw!   7:05PM Who do the small teams want to get in the draw? According to a couple of Hyde football staff (manager and player), the management want to play against a team they can probably beat whereas the players want to draw Blackburn or Charlton - one of the 'big' clubs. Hyde actually own the record for biggest defeat in the FA Cup. A 26-0 hiding (see what I did) by Preston North End. 7:00PM The live coverage begins! Here we go. The draw is being held at Hyde United's ground. Look how cool their sun was earlier: Red sun today. FA Cup draw at Hyde United. Is that an omen. #EmiratesFACuppic.twitter.com/LoZ27mZjKW— Hyde United FC (@hydeunited) October 16, 2017   6:47PM The difference the FA Cup actually makes I wrote this in January about just how much an FA Cup run is worth to a small club. It turns out the answer is everything. The FA awards a prize of £1.8million to the winners of the competition, the kind of short-change a Champions League club might use as a sweetener for a promising youth prospect’s signing-on fee. For non-league side Curzon Ashton just qualifying for the second round of the competition will, and has, had an enormous impact.   Image     Landscape Portrait Square Original/Custom   Edit Selected Crop... Caption:   Description: curzon ashton Agency: GETTY IMAGES Artist:       Edit...   Delete     “It means so much to us a club,” says their CEO Natalie Atkinson. “The FA Cup is enabling us, through prize money, funds gained and TV money to work with the FA and football foundations to replace our 3G pitch next to the stadium.” Curzon Ashton, currently 15th in the National League North, lost 4-3 to AFC Wimbledon in December, conceding four goals in the final 10 minutes of the game. The prize for qualifying for the second round was £27,000, in addition to £18,000 earned from the first round. Those sucker-punch goals prevented a windfall of £67,500 for making it to third round. However, thanks to the wonder of television money, the club received more for their defeat to Wimbledon than they would have if they’d won a non-televised second round match. There's more on the article, if you fancy clicking on it. 6:30PM The magic of the cup This most holy of trophies always produces magical moments and even if a guilty few/most don't pay attention to the competition until their team is involved, those matches between minnows of the lower leagues and giants of... in this case, League One, are always thoroughly enjoyable.  Sutton are looking to make a lot more money from another (pie free) run at the cup this year, Accrington Stanley's involvement will be upping the YouTube view count on this milk advert, and today is the first time I have ever heard of Gainsborough Trinity. Perhaps they will become my new favourite non-league - maybe they'll be yours! It all depends who has to play who - and which of those games the people in charge at BBC decide to broadcast... 6:15PM Good evening! Hello there sports fans. Welcome to our live coverage of what is sure to be a riveting FA Cup first round draw. The action will kick-off at 7:10pm and we'll keep you up to date with the draw as it happens. For right now, that wait should give you time to look at all the nice photographs of that weird looking sun from earlier today. It was like being in Blade Runner. 6:09PM Preview What is it? It's the draw for the first round proper of the FA Cup: the oldest competition in world football.  The first round sees the 48 teams from League One and League Two joined by 32 non-league sides. When is it? Monday October 16. What time is it? The draw itself will begin at 7:10pm on Monday evening. The first round of the FA Cup will take place on Saturday November 4  Credit: AP  What TV channel is it on? The draw will be broadcast live on both BBC Two and BT Sport. Mark Chapman will present the BBC's coverage of the draw in half-hour long episode from 7pm, while BT Sport 3's show will also begin at 7pm.  When will the matches take place?  The first round will take place over the weekend of Friday November 3 to Monday 6 November 2017 Who's in the hat? Sutton United made it to the fifth round of the FA Cup last season  Credit: Getty Images  Three teams from the eighth tier of English football are among the non-league teams in the hat for the first round. Hyde United, who play in the Northern Premier League, beat Scarborough Athletic on Sunday afternoon to book their place in the competition.  Hampton and Richmond, who are coached by Sky Sports commentator Martin Tyler, failed in their bid to reach the FA Cup proper after losing to  National League South rivals Truro City. Truro's 2-0 victory over their league rivals means they become the first Cornwal team to reach the FA Cup first round since 1969.  Billericay Town, whose current players include Jamie O'Hara, Paul Konchesky and Jermaine Pennant, will also take their place in the draw.  FA Cup first round numbers 1 ACCRINGTON STANLEY 2 AFC WIMBLEDON 3 BARNET 4 BLACKBURN ROVERS 5 BLACKPOOL 6 BRADFORD CITY 7 BRISTOL ROVERS 8 BURY 9 CAMBRIDGE UNITED 10 CARLISLE UNITED 11 CHARLTON ATHLETIC 12 CHELTENHAM TOWN 13 CHESTERFIELD 14 COLCHESTER UNITED 15 COVENTRY CITY 16 CRAWLEY TOWN 17 CREWE ALEXANDRA 18 DONCASTER ROVERS 19 EXETER CITY 20 FLEETWOOD TOWN 21 FOREST GREEN ROVERS 22 GILLINGHAM 23 GRIMSBY TOWN 24 LINCOLN CITY 25 LUTON TOWN 26 MANSFIELD TOWN 27 MILTON KEYNES DONS 28 MORECAMBE 29 NEWPORT COUNTY 30 NORTHAMPTON TOWN 31 NOTTS COUNTY 32 OLDHAM ATHLETIC 33 OXFORD UNITED 34 PETERBOROUGH UNITED 35 PLYMOUTH ARGYLE 36 PORT VALE 37 PORTSMOUTH 38 ROCHDALE 39 ROTHERHAM UNITED 40 SCUNTHORPE UNITED 41 SHREWSBURY TOWN 42 SOUTHEND UNITED 43 STEVENAGE 44 SWINDON TOWN 45 WALSALL 46 WIGAN ATHLETIC 47 WYCOMBE WANDERERS 48 YEOVIL TOWN 49 TRANMERE ROVERS 50 SOLIHULL MOORS OR OSSETT TOWN 51 HARTLEPOOL UNITED 52 SHAW LANE ASSOCIATION 53 CHORLEY OR BOSTON UNITED 54 AFC TELFORD UNITED 55 GAINSBOROUGH TRINITY 56 NANTWICH TOWN OR KETTERING TOWN 57 GATESHEAD 58 GUISELEY 59 AFC FYLDE 60 KIDDERMINSTER HARRIERS 61 HYDE UNITED 62 MACCLESFIELD TOWN 63 BRACKLEY TOWN OR BILLERICAY TOWN 64 DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE OR LEYTON ORIENT 65 HEREFORD 66 ALDERSHOT TOWN  67 BATH CITY OR CHELMSFORD CITY 68 OXFORD CITY 69 MAIDENHEAD UNITED 70 HEYBRIDGE SWIFTS 71 WOKING OR CONCORD RANGERS 72 TRURO CITY 73 DOVER ATHLETIC OR BROMLEY 74 SLOUGH TOWN 75 DARTFORD 76 BOREHAM WOOD 77 MAIDSTONE UNITED OR ENFIELD TOWN 78 LEATHERHEAD 79 SUTTON UNITED 80 EAST THURROCK UNITED OR EBBSFLEET UNITED

EFL probe AFC Wimbledon's refusal to recognise rivals MK Dons by full name

EFL probe AFC Wimbledon's refusal to recognise rivals MK Dons by full name

EFL probe AFC Wimbledon's refusal to recognise rivals MK Dons by full name

EFL probe AFC Wimbledon's refusal to recognise rivals MK Dons by full name

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