FA Cup 2019/20 – Second Round Draw – Live TV Coverage on BBC Two

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FA Cup 2019/20 – Second Round Draw – Live TV Coverage on BBC Two
Updated on Monday 11 November 2019
Posted by @TVNewsroom

The FA Cup 2019/20 second round draw will take place this evening (11th Nov), live on BBC Two.

The draw will be held at Oaklands Park, the home ground of Chichester City – the lowest-ranked club left in the competition.

Mark Chapman will be live on BBC Two and BBC Two HD from 7pm, where he’ll be joined in the ground by Dion Dublin and Mark Bright, who will conduct the draw.

The draw will also be streamed live via the BBC iPlayer.

The second round is scheduled for the weekend of Friday 29 November. TV selections will be announced in due course.

Update: The draw

Blackpool v Maidstone United

Harrogate Town or Portsmouth v Altrincham

Shrewsbury or Bradford v Mansfield Town

Coventry City v Ipswich Town or Lincoln City

Kingstonian v AFC Fylde

Tranmere or Wycombe v Chichester City

Walsall or Darlington v Oxford United

Cambridge United or Exeter v Yoevil or Hartlepool

Stourbrigde or Eastleigh v Crewe Alexandra

Forest Green Rovers v Carlisle United

Solihull Moors v Rotherham United

Sunderland or Gillingham v AFC Wimbledon or Doncaster

Wrexham or Rochdale v Boston United

Stevenage or Peterborough v Dover Athletic

Oldham Athletic v Salford or Burton

Maldon & Tiptree v Grimsby or Newport

Crawley Town v Fleetwood Town

Cheltenham or Swindon v Port Vale

Northampton Town v Notts County

Bristol Rovers or Bromley v Plymouth

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