Sheffield United made a safe passage into the second round after beating Colchester United by three goals top two - Chris Porter's late penalty sent Sheffield United through to the second round of the FA Cup with a 3-2 win, despite a stirring second-half comeback by Colchester. The Blades struck twice in the space of two early first-half minutes.Harry Maguire headed Tony McMahon's free-kick into the far corner of the net, in the 10th minute and the Blades doubled their lead when Porter closed down Magnus Okuonghae's attempted pass and delivered a cross-shot which flicked in off Tom Eastman, despite keeper Sam Walker's attempts to keep it out. Matt Hill struck the crossbar for the visitors and Sheffield United were the better side in the first half.But Colchester reduced the deficit three minutes after the break when Macauley Bonne headed in after Clinton Morrison had flicked on Luke Garbutt's delivery. And Garbutt drove in a superb low shot from 25 yards from Brian Wilson's throw to equalise just after the hour. But after Okuonghae was adjudged to have handled Maguire's header in the area, Porter netted from the spot to send the Blades through.
The draw will be made by Tore Andre Flo; brother of former Sheffield United striker Jostein who played for Chelsea and Glasgow Rangers and Perry Groves who featured for Arsenal and yesterday's opponents Colchester United. Thedraw will take place at 4.10PM following the commencment of the live ITV fixture between Bishop's Stortford and Northampton Town.The FA Cup with Budweiser: Second Round Proper draw numbers1 Morecambe or Southend United 2 Walsall 3 Boreham Wood or Carlisle United 4 Mansfield Town 5 Milton Keynes Dons 6 Bristol Rovers or York City 7 Tamworth 8 Grimsby Town or Scunthorpe United 9 Bury or Cambridge United 10 Dover Athletic 11 Sheffield United 12 Oxford United or Gateshead 13 Hartlepool United 14 Wrexham 15 Chesterfield 16 Bristol City 17 Coventry City18 Preston North End19 Bishop’s Stortford or Northampton Town 20 Burton Albion or Hereford United 21 Rotherham United 22 Gillingham or Brackley Town 23 Salisbury City 24 Tranmere Rovers 25 Brentford 26 Stevenage 27 Shortwood United or Port Vale 28 Leyton Orient 29 Peterborough United 30 Torquay United or Rochdale 31 Braintree Town or Newport County 32 Oldham Athletic or Wolverhamton Wanderers 33 Lincoln City or Plymouth Argyle 34 Kidderminster Harriers 35 Hednesford Town or Crawley Town 36 Stourbridge 37 Welling United 38 Macclesfield Town 39 Wycombe Wanderers or Crewe Alexandra 40 Fleetwood TownTies to be played on 7 & 8 December 2013