BRADFORD (Park Avenue) and Guiseley have both been handed tricky draws in the FA Trophy Second Round, with those games due to take place next Tuesday.

Avenue will visit high-flying divisional rivals Chester, who currently sit fifth in the National League North, following their dramatic 5-3 win over Hereford last night.

It will be the first of two games against Chester in the space of a month, with Mark Bower's men welcoming them to Horsfall for a league clash on January 9.

Guiseley are all too aware of their second round opponents Chorley, having lost to them in the National League North last night.

But this at least means they have the chance to exact some revenge quickly. Furthermore, Guiseley are at home for this FA Trophy clash, whereas last night's league match took place in Lancashire.

The trophy may offer some respite for the Lions, who plunged to second bottom after last night's defeat, with just eight points from their opening 10 games.

The third round draw was also made this lunchtime. If Avenue can win their tie at Chester, they face another tricky clash at Altrincham, who currently sit just outside the play-offs in the National League.

And whoever wins in the game between Guiseley and Chorley will also face a tall order against their round three hosts, Stockport County.

County are currently fifth in the National League, but have only played nine games, winning six of them, and have three or four games in hand on all of the teams above them.

There is only a very short gap between the second and third round, with the latter due to take place next Saturday.