OXFORD United will face a home clash with Sutton United in the second round of the Emirates FA Cup if they overcome Bristol Rovers in a replay.

The south London side have a special history in the FA Cup, having famously beaten Coventry City in 1989.

The then Conference side knocked First Division Coventry out in the third round with a 2-1 win.

More recently, Sutton stunned AFC Wimbledon and Leeds United en route to the fifth round in 2017.

At the time in the National League, Sutton narrowly lost 2-0 at home to Arsenal with Lucas Perez and Theo Walcott grabbing the goals.

If the U’s beat Rovers on November 16, they will face the Sky Bet League Two side, with second round ties to be played across the weekend of Friday, December 3 to Monday, December 6.

The 20 clubs which reach the next stage will collect £34,000 each.

Sutton are 9th in League Two, under the management of Matt Gray.

Karl Robinson’s side fell at the first hurdle in the FA Cup last season, losing 2-1 at home to Peterborough United.

Josh Ruffels equalised in first half stoppage time following a Siriki Dembele opener.

Jack Taylor ensured Posh went through with a goal after 63 minutes.

The U’s have however reached the third round in six of the last nine seasons, going on to make the fourth round twice and even getting to the fifth round in 2016/17.

Barrow, who beat Banbury United 4-0 in the first round, will face Ipswich Town or Oldham Athletic in the second round.