BRADFORD (Park Avenue) are set for a home tie in the FA Cup third qualifying round if they get through their replay at home to Blyth Spartans tonight.

The draw was made at lunchtime, and whoever comes out on top at Horsfall later on will host Worksop Town on the weekend of September 30.

Worksop are in the same division as Avenue, the Northern Premier League Premier Division.

Avenue boss Mark Bower has bemoaned always seeming to be on the road in football's oldest competition, but he could face two games in BD6 in the space of 12 days if all goes to plan tonight.

Farsley Celtic are the only one of our other clubs left in the FA Cup, and the winner of their replay at Scarborough Athletic tomorrow will travel to Darlington in the third qualifying round.