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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

FA Cup draw: West Ham host Man City as Man United face Reading

Manchester City will travel to the London Stadium to face West Ham in the FA Cup as clubs from the top two divisions enter the competition in the third round.

Holders Manchester United will host Championship side Reading, managed by former Red Devils defender Jaap Stam, after the draw took place on Monday.

Premier League leaders Chelsea will host the winners of a replay between Peterborough United and Notts County.

Arsenal will face Preston North End away, while Tottenham got a home draw...

Non-league Barrow shock Bristol Rovers in FA Cup second round

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Barrow players celebrate their FA Cup win over Bristol Rovers on Sunday.

National League side Barrow pulled off a major FA Cup second-round upset as they came from behind to win 2-1 at League One Bristol Rovers.

Byron Harrison netted twice to turn the tie around, cancelling out Rory Gaffney's 10th-minute opener before adding a second after 61 minutes.

Sixth-tier Curzon Ashton had looked set to cause a shock of their own but suffered heartbreak against AFC Wimbledon as they lost a 3-0 lead to go down 4-3 in a crazy match at Tameside Stadium.

Adam Morgan completed a hat...

Craig Hignett sent to stands as Port Vale ease past Hartlepool in FA Cup

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Port Vale secured a spot in the third round of the FA Cup as they ran out comfortable 4-0 winners against Sky Bet League Two Hartlepool at Vale Park.

An own goal from Jake Carroll, sandwiched between strikes from Rigino Cicilia and Alex Jones put Vale well ahead at the break before Ryan Taylor's second-half penalty sealed a convincing victory.

Hartlepool's misery was compounded when manager Craig Hignett was sent to the stands on the stroke of half-time after taking issue with an alleged stamp by Kiko...

Byron Harrison at the double for Barrow as they dump Bristol Rovers out

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A brace of goals from striker Byron Harrison gave non-League Barrow a shock 2-1 FA Cup second-round win over Bristol Rovers at the Memorial Stadium.

The League One side took a 10th-minute lead when Lee Brown's shot came back off the inside of a post. Luke James fired the rebound towards goal and Rory Gaffney turned it over the line from close range.

But National League Barrow were far from disheartened and equalised six minutes later, Harrison running onto to a flick-on from strike partner Richard...

Mikael Mandron bails out Eastleigh with late goal

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Mikael Mandron was the hero for Eastleigh as his last-minute strike ensured a 3-3 draw with FC Halifax in the Emirates FA Cup.

The National League North side had found themselves 1-0 down at half time, Mandron scoring the first goal of the Martin Allen era at Eastleigh after 18 minutes.

But the game was turned on its head in the second half with four goals in the space of 22 minutes.

First the impressive Jordan Sinnott drew the Shaymen level, firing a low shot past Eastleigh goalkeeper Ryan Huddart...