AFC Sudbury and Needham Market handed potential away ties in FA Cup

PUBLISHED: 13:43 24 September 2018 | UPDATED: 13:51 24 September 2018

King's Marsh, the home of AFC Sudbury. The Suffolk side host Bognor Regis here in tomorrow's FA Cup second qualifying round replay. Picture: CARL MARSTON

King's Marsh, the home of AFC Sudbury. The Suffolk side host Bognor Regis here in tomorrow's FA Cup second qualifying round replay. Picture: CARL MARSTON

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AFC Sudbury and Needham Market, if they come through tomorrow night's second qualifying round replays, have been drawn away from home following this lunchtime's draw for the third qualifying round of the FA Cup.

AFC Sudbury recorded an excellent 1-1 draw at Nyewood Lane on Saturday, and will entertain Bognor Regis Town in the replay at KIng’s Marsh tomorrow evening.

If they get through this round, then Mark Morsley’s men will be away at Haringey Borough in the third qualifying round stage.

Needham Market, who drew 2-2 at Met Police on Saturday, will be away at Tiverton Town if they can win tomorrow night’s replay at Bloomfields.

Brightlingsea Regent, who host a replay against Egham Town tomorrow evening, following Saturday’s 3-3 draw, have been given a prize draw at home to former Football League club Torquay United if they can win that replay.

Coggeshall Town, who beat Walton Casuals 1-0 on Saturday, will be on their travels. They will be at either Salisbury or Weston-super-Mare in the next round.

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