Plymouth Argyle drawn away to non-League opposition in FA Cup
PLYMOUTH Argyle will be away to non-League opposition in the FA Cup first round next month.
The Pilgrims will play the winners of the fourth qualifying round replay between Worcester City and Lincoln City, which will take place on Tuesday.
Those two teams battled out a 1-1 draw on Saturday, with Lincoln's Andrew Boyce grabbing a 77th minute equaliser.
Worcester famously beat Argyle 2-0 in a FA Cup first round tie at their old St George's Lane ground in November 19878.
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However, they left their traditional home in the summer and now groundhare with Kidderminster Harriers.
Worcester are currently 20th in the Football Conference North after winning only one of their 12 games this season.
Lincoln were relegated from the Football League at the end of the 2010/11 campaign.
They are 13th in the Conference this term, with a good home record of five wins, one draw and two defeats, and only three goals conceded.
Argyle's last visit to City's Sincil Bank ground was in March 2002.
Striker Ian Stonebridge scored the decisive goal for the Pilgrims in a 1-0 win as they took another step towards the Division Three title.
Each of the 40 first round winners will receive prize money of £18,000. The ties will be played on the weekend of Novemver 9/10.
Argyle have not won a FA Cup tie since they beat Hull City 3-2 at Home Park in January 2008.