EAST Thurrock United have discovered their opponents when they get their FA Cup campaign underway in the second qualifying round, while Thurrock and Grays Athletic also know who they will face should they win their respective replays.

East Thurrock United, who are flying high in the National League South, will travel to the winners of the first qualifying round tie between North Leigh and Biggleswade Town.

The two sides played out a 2-2 draw on Saturday and will meet again in a replay on Tuesday.

North Leigh, who ply their trade in the Evo-Stik Southern League, forced the tie to a replay after Eddie Stevens netted an injury time equaliser against their Southern League Premier counterparts.

Meanwhile, Mark Stimson's Thurrock face a trip to Lowestoft Town should they get the better of Harlow Town in Tuesday night's replay.

Lewwis Spence hit an 86th minute equaliser for Fleet after Thomas Fagg had put Harlow Town in front just before the break.

Lowestoft Town, like Thurrock, are in the Isthmian Premier League.

Grays Athletic will welcome Ryman North table-toppers AFC Hornchurch to Parkside should they get the better of Hertford Town on Wednesday.

Kieran Bishop scored from the penalty spot in the first half, only for Hertford Town to hit back 15 minutes before time to force a replay.

The FA Cup second qualifying round ties will be played on Saturday, September 16.

Those that progress past the second qualifying round will pocket £4,500 in prize money.