BANBURY United have been handed a real chance to secure the best FA Cup run in their history.

Andy Whing's side, who have not been in the first round proper for 47 years, have been drawn at home to Canvey Island, who play one level below the Puritans in the Isthmian League North.

The club have never reached the second round, either as Banbury United or Banbury Spencer.

Oxford United were also handed a home tie, against fellow Sky Bet League One side Peterborough United.

Another third tier side will be visiting Oxford City, who are in the first round for the fourth season running.

They will host Keith Curle's Northampton Town.

The ties will be played over the weekend of November 6-9.

Before they can continue their run, Banbury have three Southern League games.

They visit Kings Langley in the Premier Central Division tomorrow night.

In Division One Central, North Leigh have the chance to back up their first league win on Saturday.

They are at strugglers Yaxley, while Kidlington could climb into the top six with a win at Kempston Rovers.