Wycombe Wanderers have been drawn to play Lincoln City in the FA Cup second round, if they were to defeat Hartlepool United in next week’s replay.

The draw, which was conducted on Monday, November 8, saw the Chairboys be one of the first clubs to be pulled out of the hat, where they could face their League One rivals at the start of December.

However, Gareth Ainsworth’s men will have to get past a dogged Hartlepool side who twice took the lead against the Chairboys in Saturday’s original encounter which finished 2-2 at Victoria Park, and if it wasn’t for a series of misses by Pools forward Luke Molyneux, Wanderers could already be out of the world’s oldest football competition.

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But thanks to a late Joe Jacobson penalty, a replay was secured. 

And if Wycombe were to defeat Anthony Sweeney’s side next week, then another away day beckons for the Adams Park outfit, as they will have to travel to Sincil Bank to take on Michael Appleton's men.

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Out of their 22 games so far this campaign, Wycombe have played 14 away from home.

However, following their trip to the North East, the Chairboys will play their next four matches at home, which will begin with their EFL Trophy match against Burton Albion this evening (November 9).