OXFORD City and Banbury United have been handed very different assignments in the final qualifying round of the Emirates FA Cup.

While City head to National League Weymouth, the Puritans will host Bury Town.

It is a difficult test for David Oldfield's side, but they are one win away from reaching the first round proper for the fourth season in a row.

They are also a side in good form, having despatched Tamworth 6-1 in third round qualifying on Tuesday.

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Banbury, winners against Peterborough Sports on a penalty shoot-out in midweek, will start as favourites, with the visitors from Suffolk playing a division below them in the Isthmian League North.

The Puritans were in the northern section of the draw, which gave them a chance of earning a bye to the first round.

Macclesfield Town's withdrawal left an odd number of teams, so the last side left in the hat was sent straight through. 

That was taken up by Chorley.

The ties are due to be played on Saturday, October 24.