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League One leaders Leeds United will travel to Kettering whilst Norwich will face either Carlisle or Morecambe in the second round of the FA Cup.
Kettering will face in-form Leeds United in the second round of the world's oldest club competition having overcome a tricky away fixture at Hartlepool on Saturday.
The Poppies, currently third in the Blue Square Premier standings, fought out a scrappy 1-0 win at Victoria Park, subsequently earning them a prize home tie against Simon Grayson's side who beat Oldham 2-0 at Boundary Park.
Norwich, in the meantime, will take on either Carlisle or Morecambe having thumped non-league Paulton 7-0 on Saturday.
The pair will battle once again for the right to face Paul Lambert's Canaries having fought out a 2-2 draw at Brunton Park.
Minnows Staines Town could potentially claim another giant scalp having already sprung an upset at Shrewsbury in the first round.
The Conference South side secured a narrow win at the Prostar Stadium and will face either Millwall or AFC Wimbledon who meet on Monday.
Northwich will fancy their chances against League Two strugglers Lincoln having beaten League One side Charlton in front of their home crowd.
The Imps secured a route to the second round with a 3-1 win on the road to non-league side Telford.
Colchester will no doubt be full of confidence following their 4-0 win over Conference South side Bromley.
Adrian Boothroyd's side will look to continue their impressive run of form against League Two side Hereford who beat Sutton United in the first round.
Huddersfield, in the meantime, will face either Port Vale or Stevenage having thumped Dagenham & Redbridge in a seven goal thriller at the Galpharm Stadium.
York, who ended Crewe's hopes in the last round, have been given a tricky-looking trip to Blue Square Premier rivals Cambridge United.
Draw in full:
Northwich Victoria v Lincoln City
Northampton v Southampton
Hereford v Colchester
Tranmere or Leyton Orient v Aldershot Town
Kettering v Leeds
Gillingham v Burton Albion or Oxford City
Wrexham v Swindon
Wycombe or Brighton v Rushden and Diamonds
Wealdstone or Rotherham v Luton or Rochdale
Milton Keynes Dons v Exeter City
Gateshead or Brentford v Walsall
Carlisle or Morecambe v Norwich
Accrington v Barnet
Oxford United v Barrow
Bournemouth v Notts County
Stockport v Torquay
Cambridge United v York
Bath City v Forest Green or Mansfield
Port Vale or Stevenage v Huddersfield
Staines Town v Millwall or AFC Wimbledon
Ties to be played on the weekend of November 28 and 29.
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