Date: 24th October 2010 at 1:02pm
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Swindon Town have been drawn away to Plymouth Argyle in the F.A. Cup.

In what was as uninspiring draw for Swindon, as it always is when you draw opposition from the same division.

Town take on the Pilgrims at Home Park during the weekend of 6/7 November.

Full FA Cup 1st Round draw

Colchester United v Bradford City

Corby Town v Luton Town

Harrow Borough v Chesterfield

Notts County v Gateshead

Stevenage v MK Dons

Southport v Sheffield Wednesday

Rotherham United v York City

Havant & Waterlooville v Droylsden

Bury v Exeter City

Cheltenham Town v Morecambe

Hayes & Yeading v Wycombe Wanderers

Dagenham & Redbridge v Leyton Orient

AFC Wimbledon v Ebbsfleet United

Lincoln City v Workington or Nuneaton Town

Mansfield Town v Torquay United

Hereford United v Hythe Town

AFC Bournemouth v Tranmere Rovers

Carshalton Athletic or Chelmsford City v Hendon or Metropolitan Police

Swindon Supermarine or Bath City v Eastwood Town

Rushden & Diamonds v Yeovil Town

Southampton v Shrewsbury Town

Cambridge United v Huddersfield Town

Burton Albion v Oxford United

Gillingham v Farnborough or Dover Athletic

Tamworth or Grimsby v Crewe Alexandra

Darlington v Bristol Rovers

Guiseley v Crawley Town

Brighton & Hove Albion v Woking

Macclesfield Town v Southend United

Rochdale v FC United of Manchester or Barrow

Carlisle United v Sheffield or Tipton

Leiston or Dartford v Port Vale

Forest Green Rovers v Northampton Town

Fleetwood Town v Walsall

Barnet v Charlton Athletic

Plymouth Argyle v SWINDON TOWN
Accrington Stanley v Oldham Athletic

Hartlepool United v Vauxhall Motors

Stockport County v Peterborough United

Brentford v Aldershot Town





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