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FA Cup: Monday’s third qualifying round draw from Wembley in full

FA Cup Non-League

The weekend’s winners in the FA Cup are running the rule over their next opponents after the draw for the third qualifying round was made at lunchtime on Monday.

The forty ties are due to be played in midweek next week, commencing Monday 12 October.

The winners of the penultimate qualifying round clashes will bank £5,625 from the FA’s prize fund with the losers taking home £1,875.

All the ties must be played to a conclusion on the night with no extra-time and the results decided on penalties if still deadlocked after 90 minutes.

FA Cup third qualifying round 
Southport v South Shields
Longridge Town v Skelmersdale United
Chester v Spennymoor Town
Marske United v Blyth Spartans AFC
Farsley Celtic v AFC Fylde
Darlington v Tadcaster Albion
Marine v Nantwich Town
Chorley v York City
Guiseley AFC v Matlock Town
FC United of Manchester v Alfreton Town
St Albans City v Mickleover
Braintree Town v Maldon & Tiptree
Ilkeston Town v Alvechurch
Bishop’s Stortford v Royston Town
Stafford Rangers v Hereford
Peterborough Sports v Banbury United
Leiston v AFC Telford United
Brackley Town v Kettering Town
Cambridge City v Halesowen Town
Oxford City v Tamworth
Bury Town v Nuneaton Borough
Boston United v Hemel Hempstead Town
Haringey Borough v Bracknell Town
Havant & Waterlooville v Chatham Town
Bedfont Sports Club v Canvey Island
Cray Valley (PM) v Aveley
Hartley Wintney v Barking
Bristol Manor Farm v Cray Wanderers
Eastbourne Borough v Sheppey United
Hayes & Yeading United v Chipstead
Slough Town v Bath City
Taunton Town v Truro City
Christchurch v Dulwich Hamlet
Wimborne Town v Maidstone United
Sholing v Walton Casuals
Chichester City v Tonbridge Angels
Weston Super Mare v Larkhall Athletic
Hampton & Richmond Borough v Hornchurch
Burnham / Whyteleafe v Concord Rangers
Ebbsfleet United v Chippenham Town

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