Stanley host Toon, Trotters head south

11 August 2010 11:20
Accrington can look forward to a Carling Cup second-round tie with Newcastle after the draw on Wednesday, while Bolton travel to Southampton.[LNB] League Two side Stanley have been rewarded for Tuesday night's victory over Doncaster with a home tie against the north east giants.[LNB]Accrington made the headlines last year when they reached the fourth round of the FA Cup before losing 3-1 to Fulham.[LNB]Everton were handed a tricky draw at home to League One promotion hopefuls Huddersfield while Sunderland will host Colchester.[LNB]MK Dons will hope to cause an upset when they host Blackpool while their fellow Barclays Premier League newcomers West Brom travel to Leyton Orient.[LNB]Hartlepool, 2-0 winners over Sheffield United in round one on Wednesday night, will fancy their chances of another upset at home to Wigan.[LNB]Of the other Premier League teams in action, Wolves host Southend, Blackburn face Norwich, Birmingham entertain Rochdale and West Ham welcome Football League newcomers Oxford.[LNB]Bolton look to have a tricky tie away at Southampton while Fulham face Port Vale and Stoke host Shrewsbury.[LNB]Portsmouth and Crystal Palace will be able to commiserate over their financial woes when they meet at Fratton Park while other notable ties include Leeds v Leicester, Brentford v Hull, and Middlesbrough's visit to Millwall.[LNB]The matches will be played in the week commencing August 23.[LNB]Second round draw in full: [LNB]Accrington v Newcastle, Portsmouth v Crystal Palace, Leeds v Leicester, Wolves v Southend, Blackburn v Norwich, MK Dons v Blackpool, Tranmere v Swansea, Everton v Huddersfield, Peterborough v Cardiff, Reading v Northampton, Scunthorpe v Sheffield Wednesday, Brentford v Hull[LNB]Sunderland v Colchester, Leyton Orient v West Brom, Morecambe v Burnley, Birmingham v Rochdale, Crewe v Ipswich, Watford v Notts County, West Ham v Oxford, Southampton v Bolton, Bradford v Preston, Fulham v Port Vale, Millwall v Middlesbrough, Stoke v Shrewsbury, Hartlepool v Wigan.

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