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FA Cup 2018: Kent teams’ numbers to look out for in tonight’s FA Cup first round draw

PUBLISHED: 13:08 16 October 2017

Wembley awaits the two teams that reach the FA Cup final

Wembley awaits the two teams that reach the FA Cup final

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A number of clubs face replays

The draw for the first round proper of the FA Cup will feature a number of Kent names tonight.

Several clubs face replays, with Dartford the only club in the county sure of its place in the next round, after a 1-0 win away to Burgess Hill Town on Saturday.

Dover Athletic will have to travel to Bromley after a goalless draw at Crabble, while Maidstone United and Ebbsfleet both drew in their cup games, meaning they’ll be drawn with Enfield Town and East Thurrock United respectively.

A total of 80 balls, containing League One and Two opposition as well as non-league sides, will be drawn live on BBC Two tonight from 7pm.

Here are the numbers for Kent’s teams:

Dover Athletic or Bromley: 73.

Dartford: 75.

Maidstone United or Enfield Town: 77.

East Thurrock United or Ebbsfleet United: 80.

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