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Latest FA Cup Second Round TV selections confirmed

The much anticipated latest batch of FA Cup Second Round TV selections have been confirmed, coming just days after the draw was made.

A total of fourteen non-league sides have made it into Monday night’s draw and will join 28 EFL clubs from League One and League Two in the draw.

It was made prior to live coverage of the tie between National League South club Oxford City and League One newcomers Northampton Town.

The Second Round Proper ties are to played between the 27th and the 30th of November 2020, with Premier League and Championship sides joining the competition from the Third Round as they would usually do.

The following Emirates FA Cup second round proper fixtures have been chosen for live multi-camera broadcast on BBC and BT Sport.

The FA live broadcast fee for these fixtures is £37,500 per Club.

FRIDAY 27 NOVEMBER 2020
Tranmere Rovers v Brackley Town (7.55pm) – Live on BBC Two

SATURDAY 28 NOVEMBER 2020
Morecambe v Solihull Moors (12.30pm) – Live on BBC and BT digital platforms
Portsmouth v King’s Lynn (3pm) – Live on BBC and BT digital platforms
Peterborough United v Chorley (5.30pm) – Live on BT Sport 2

SUNDAY 29 NOVEMBER 2020
Shrewsbury Town v Oxford City (1.30pm) – Live on BBC and BT digital platforms
Bristol Rovers v Darlington (1.30pm) – Live on BBC and BT digital platforms
Marine v Havant & Waterlooville (2.45pm) – Live on BT Sport 1

MONDAY 30 NOVEMBER 2020
Canvey Island v Boreham Wood (7.45pm) – Live on BT Sport 1

The eight fixtures selected for live single-camera broadcast on BBC digital platforms will be released in due course.

Winning clubs in the Emirates FA Cup Second Round Proper will receive £25,500 from The FA prize fund, with losing clubs receiving £8,500. 

*All kick-off times in GMT

FA CUP SECOND ROUND DRAW:

Barnet v MK Dons
Barrow or AFC Wimbledon v Crawley Town
Bradford City v Oldham Athletic
Bristol Rovers v Darlington
Canvey Island v Boreham Wood
Carlisle United v Doncaster Rovers
Cheltenham Town v Crewe Alexandra
Gillingham v Exeter City
Harrogate Town v Blackpool
Mansfield Town v Dagenham & Redbridge
Marine v Havant & Waterlooville
Morecambe v Solihull Moors
Newport County v Salford City
Peterborough United v Chorley
Plymouth Argyle v Lincoln City
Portsmouth v Kings Lynn Town
Shrewsbury Town v Oxford City or Northampton Town
Stevenage v Hull City
Stockport County v Yeovil Town
Tranmere Rovers v Brackley Town

The biggest shock came at League Two Colchester United, with non-league side Marine knocking them out on penalties, after drawing 1-1.

The NPL Division One North West side took the lead through Anthony Miley in the 21st minute before Harry Pell got one back for the U’s in the second half.

Marine then stepped up and came away from Colchester, winning 5-3 in the shootout, cue scenes!

National League side Stockport County pulled off a 2-1 victory against League One club Rochdale, and one of their goals was simply stunning.

Wayne Rooney’s brother John scored from within his own half to put the Hatters one up after five minutes, looking up inside his own half, spotting the ‘keeper off his line and executed it.

Stockport went 2-0 up shortly after, a corner was cleared as far as Connor Jennings on the edge of the area, he got the ball on his left foot and hit a low shot which was flying wide, but Alex Reid was there to turn it home from close range.

Rochdale got one back on the 24th minute, Matty Lund with a header from close range. However, Stockport held on for the win and booked a place in the next round.

Swindon Town, another team that tends to get knocked out by a non-league club in the FA Cup, did just that this weekend.

This time it was National League North side Darlington who had former Newcastle player Adam Campbell to thank, scoring twice, either side of Swindon’s leveller with Brett Pitman tapping in.

National League Dagenham hit Ian Holloway’s Grimsby of League Two for three. Scott Wilson putting the Daggers one up after 9 minutes.

Windsor scored from the spot to level the tie. Dagenham’s Justham guessed the right way but couldn’t keep the spot-kick out on the 60th minute.

Scott Wilson got his second goal for the club on the 90th minute, before Mitch Brundle scored from his spot-kick in the 96th minute to secure Dagenham’s place in the second round.

A non league upset now and Canvey Island of the eighth tier have knocked out a level above in Banbury United.

It was all thanks to Hubble (23′) and Ronto (71′) – scoring either side of Johnson’s 68th minute equaliser and put the Essex side into the next stage of the competition.

King’s Lynn Town, the National League newcomers and in the First Round Proper for the first time ever, got a late winner to knock out Port Vale of League Two.

On the 82nd minute, Adam Marriott produced the most incredible footwork in the box and his effort fell to Sonny Carey who smashed the ball in from close range.

A surprise between two EFL sides saw League Two Mansfield, who this week appointed Nigel Clough but for today saw caretaker boss Richard Cooper in charge, produce a 1-0 win against League One side Sunderland, a team many non-league clubs wanted.

Gordon whipped in a wonderful cross and George Lapslie headed home to send the Stags into the second round and pick up their first win in 15 games in all competitions this season.

Take a look at the three FA Cup upsets from Sunday afternoon simply by clicking HERE.

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