Portsmouth and Sunderland have been handed away ties for the second round of the FA Cup.
Sky Bet League One leaders Portsmouth, the highest ranked club in the draw, will face Rochdale at Spotland.
Sunderland also face a fellow third-tier side, after they were drawn to play Walsall at the Banks's Stadium.
National League leaders Wrexham will play Newport County at the Racecourse Ground, while Guisely of National League North will entertain Fleetwood, managed by Joey Barton.
Guiseley caused one of the first round's biggest upsets on Sunday when they beat Cambridge 4-3 at Nethermoor, having held on after leading 4-0 at one stage.
Elsewhere, National League side Solihull Moors were drawn to play Blackpool at home, with another non-league side, Woking, earning a trip to managerless Swindon.
The Robins sacked Phil Brown at the weekend, despite defeating York in the first round of the cup.
AFC Wimbledon, also without a manager after they parted company with Neil Ardley on Monday, will travel to the winners of the replay between Morecambe and FC Halifax Town.
Meanwhile, League Two leaders Lincoln will play Carlisle at Sincil Bank and Salford City will entertain Scunthorpe if they can see off Shrewsbury in their replay.
That means Salford are also due to play a side in the competition currently without a manager, after Shrewsbury sacked John Askey on Monday with the Shropshire side 18th in League One.
FA Cup 2nd Round Draw:
Guiseley v Fleetwood Town
Bury v Luton Town
Wrexham v Newport County
Tranmere or Oxford City v Southport
Southend or Crawley v Barnsley
Shrewsbury or Salford City v Scunthorpe
Solihull Moors v Blackpool
Chesterfield or Billericay v Grimsby
Peterborough v Aldershot Town or Bradford
Swindon v Woking
Maidstone v Oldham
Lincoln v Carlisle
Morecambe or Halifax Town v AFC Wimbledon
Plymouth v Oxford or Forest Green Rovers
Barnet or Bristol Rovers v Stockport
Rochdale v Portsmouth
Walsall v Sunderland
Accrington Stanley v Ebbsfleet or Cheltenham
Mansfield or Charlton v Chorley or Doncaster
Sutton or Slough v Gillingham or Hartlepool
Ties will be played between November 30 and December 3.