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Welsh clubs' FA Cup Third-Round Draws

  • Stoke v Wrexham
  • Oxford or Tranmere Rovers v Swansea
  • Cardiff v Colchester

Wrexham face a tough game against Premier League side Stoke in the third round of the FA Cup. The matches will take place over the first weekend of January, and sees the Premier League and Championship sides join the competition.

The draw was held at 'The Deep' aquarium in Hull

Full time: Wrexham 3 - 1 Maidstone United

Wrexham are through to the third round of the FA Cup, after beating Maidstone United 3-1 at the Racecourse.

Andy Bishop scored with a penalty and a header in the second half, to add to Manny Smith's first-half strike.

Maidstone were reduced to 10 men when Aaron Simpson was dismissed, before Alex Flisher got their goal.

Wrexham were comfortable against a side who play their football two tiers below them, and will now go into Monday's third round draw, hoping for a prestigious and valuable tie against one of the country's big clubs.


Wrexham host Maidstone in FA Cup second round

Wrexham face Maidstone United in the FA Cup this evening, with a place in the famous third round of the competition, and a potential draw against a big club, at stake.

Wrexham reached the second round last season, but lost to Oxford United. Credit: PA

Maidstone play in the Isthmian League Premier division, two tiers of the football pyramid below Wrexham, but they stunned League Two Stevenage in the first round of the cup.

Wrexham beat fellow Conference side Woking 3-0 to set up this evening's second round tie at the Racecourse.

Torquay United 2-1 Wrexham (FT)

Wrexham couldn't retain their half time lead away to Torquay. Goals from Louis Briscoe and Luke Young in the second half sealed the victory for the homeside. Final score Torquay United 2-1 Wrexham.


Wrexham secure 3-0 win over Eastleigh

Wrexham AFC managed a win over Eastleigh in the Conference this afternoon.

Elliott Durrell scored the side's opener in the 12th minute followed by Wes York's goal in the 27th minute.

The home side went into the second half confident rounding off the game with a right footed shot from outside the box by Andy Bishop in the 71st minute.

Wrexham now move to sixth place in the table.

Wrexham 1 - 1 Woking (HT)

Wrexham are currently drawing with Woking in the Conference after a late goal just before the half time whistle.

Woking's Scott Rendell put the visitors in the lead with a goal in the 23rd minute.

Wrexham equalised 15 minutes later after a right footed shot by Louis Moult.

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