FC Halifax Town and Warrington meet again at The Shay on Tuesday night (7.45pm) to determine who will play Morecambe away in the first round of the FA Cup.
The two sides drew 2-2 in their first meeting on Saturday, when Matty Kosylo’s equaliser kept Town in the competition after goals from Ben Garrity and Tony Gray had cancelled out Nathan Clarke’s early opener.
Town boss Jamie Fullarton said after the game on Saturday that he didn’t expect to have any of his injured players back for the replay, while striker Kyle Wootton wasn’t given permission to play in the competition by parent club Scunthorpe.
Halifax have drawn seven and lost three of their last 10 matches, but have only lost once in eight home games this season, while Warrington are yet to lose on the road this term.
Only three teams in the National League have conceded fewer home goals than Halifax, although Warrington have only conceded four league goals this campaign.
The winners will receive £25,000 in prize money and meet Morecambe in the first round.
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