Sunday, November 07, 2010
Non-league minnows Swindon Supermarine face a trip to League One promotion chasers Colchester in the second round of the FA Cup.
FC United of Manchester, who overcame League One Rochdale in the first round, will visit either Brighton or Woking.
Ties will be played on the weekend of 27 and 28 November.
Milton Keynes Dons and AFC Wimbledon will meet for the first time if they win replays against Stevenage and Ebbsfleet respectively.
AFC Wimbledon were formed in 2002 by unhappy fans when Wimbledon FC, the 1988 FA Cup winners, were controversially given permission to relocate to Milton Keynes - and have worked their way up to the top flight of the non-League pyramid.
Wimbledon FC subsequently moved to Milton Keynes in September 2003, and were renamed as MK Dons in the summer of 2004.
Dover, who overcame local rivals Gillingham of League Two on Saturday, will entertain Brentford or Aldershot, while Droylsden will be at home to Dagenham and Redbridge or Leyton Orient.
Big-spending Crawley Town will host League One outfit Swindon Town and fellow Blue Square Bet Premier side Darlington will play the winner of the tie between Rotherham and York City.
Full FA Cup second round draw:
Sheffield Wednesday v Northampton Town
Burton Albion v Chesterfield
Cambridge Utd/Huddersfield Town v Macclesfield Town/Southend Utd
AFC Wimbledon/Ebbsfleet United v Stevenage/MK Dons
Hartlepool United/Vauxhall Motors v Yeovil
Bury v Stockport County/Peterborough United
Notts County v Bournemouth
Droylsden v Dagenham & Redbridge/Leyton Orient
Crawley Town v Swindon Town
Brighton & Hove Albion/Woking v FC United of Manchester
Southampton v Cheltenham Town
Torquay United v Fleetwood Town/Walsall
Barnet/Charlton Athletic v Corby Town/Luton Town
Colchester United v Swindon Supermarine
Hereford United v Lincoln City
Dartford/Port Vale v Accrington Stanley
Wycombe Wanderers v Chelmsford City
Carlisle United v Tamworth
Dover Athletic v Brentford/Aldershot Town
Darlington v Rotherham United/York City
Ties to take place on weekend of 27 and 28 November