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FA Cup First Round Possible Shocks?

FA Cup First Round Possible Shocks?

Corby Town v Luton
Harrow Borough v Chesterfield
Notts County v Gateshead
Southport v Sheff Wed
Rotherham v York
Havant & Waterlooville v Droylsden
Cheltenham v Morecambe
Hayes & Yeading v Wycombe
AFC Wimbledon v Ebbsfleet
Lincoln City v Workington or Nuneaton
Hereford v Hythe Town
Carshalton or Chelmsford v Hendon or Met Police
Swindon Supermarine or Bath City v Eastwood
Rushden & Diamonds v Yeovil
Cambridge Utd v Huddersfield
Burton v Oxford United
Gillingham v Farnborough or Dover
Tamworth or Grimsby v Crewe
Darlington v Bristol Rovers
Guiseley v Crawley
Brighton v Woking
Rochdale v FC United or Barrow
Carlisle v Sheffield or Tipton
Leiston or Dartford v Port Vale
Forest Green v Northampton
Fleetwood v Walsall
Hartlepool v Vauxhall Motors

With six ties between non-league clubs and a few non-league clubs at home there could be a large number getting through to the next stage.

Fleetwood may fancy their chances at home to Walsall.
Crewe will not fancy their trip.

Who else can we see as a possible success for non-leageu teams?



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Friday November 5 2010
Time: 10:37AM

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Rushden might fancy their chances. Forest Green as well.
VS sparkle
05/11/2010 12:27:00
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We had to wait foer ever but finally scored and then did it again as the clock ran
VSgirlT
06/11/2010 19:34:00
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