Tough away draw for FA Cup giantkilling Ipswich Wanderers

Wanderers fans celebrate with their team after the final whistle in the Ipswich Wanderers V Canvey I

Wanderers fans celebrate with their team after the final whistle in the Ipswich Wanderers V Canvey Island (FA Cup) match at Humber Doucy Lane, Ipswich, Suffolk, UK on 12 September 2015 Picture: Steve Waller www.stephenwaller.com - Credit: Picture: Steve Waller

Giantkillers Ipswich Wanderers face a stiff test in the second qualifying round of the FA Cup, after they were drawn away to either Billericay or Enfield Town.

Glenn Read’s Ipswich side caused a big upset, knocking out Ryman Premier Canvey Island on Saturday, and they will have to be at their very best in the next round as they come up against opposition who also play in the Ryman Premier. There were home draws for Leiston, who entertain either Tonbridge Angels or Folkestone, while Bury also have a home draw – they entertain National League South, Hemel Hempstead – a team two Step levels above the Blues.

Chelmsford City entertain Ebbsfleet, while the winners of tonight’s clash at The Hawthorns between Stanway Rovers and Needham Market will have a home draw – against Faversham Town.

Witham face a tough task away at King’s Lynn, while AFC Sudbury face a tough assignment at National League South Eastbourne Borough. Should Mildenhall overcome North Greenford at Recreation Way tonight, then they will travel to Hanwell, in London, who play in the same league as North Greenford.

Ties to be played September 26.


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