Date: 7th December 2015 at 9:39am
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The Bradford run in the FA Cup is continuing for at least one more round after the second round win against Chesham United at Valley Parade on Sunday.

An upset is something the non-league side were looking to cause, having beaten Bristol Rovers in the first round, but Bradford were comfortable four-nil winners.

Kyel Reid and James Hanson had the Bantams in control at half time with Gary Liddle and Devante Cole, having both come on, scoring in injury-time at the end of the game to complete the victory and book a place in round three.

The full second round results were as follows:-

Saturday 5th December 2015
Barnet 0 – 1 Newport
Chesterfield 1 – 1 Walsall
Leyton Orient 0 – 0 Scunthorpe
Millwall 1 – 2 Wycombe
Northampton 3 – 2 Northwich Victoria
Portsmouth 1 – 0 Accrington
Sheff Utd 1 – 0 Oldham
Stourbridge 0 – 2 Eastleigh
Yeovil 1 – 0 Stevenage

Sunday 6th December 2015
Rochdale 0-1 Bury
Bradford 4-0 Chesham United
Cambridge 1-3 Doncaster
Colchester 3-2 Altrincham
Dag & Red 1-1 Whitehawk
Exeter 2-0 Port Vale
Oxford Utd 1-0 Forest Green
Peterborough 2-0 Luton
Welling 0-5 Carlisle

Monday 7th December 2015
Grimsby v Shrewsbury 19:45

Some interesting results (so far), with some upsets, but on the whole those expected to go through did go through! I would say anyway….

But the stand out results, with them causing upsets to progress, have to be the wins for Wycombe and Exeter beating League 1 opposition in the shape of Millwall and Port Vale respectively, to put them into the next round keep those cup dreams alive!

Which is also the case for Whitehawk as well after a draw with struggling Dagenham on Sunday.

Following the win we know our name will be in that pot for the draw for the next round, which takes place on Monday night.

Bradford are back in action at the weekend with a home game against Southend in League 1.

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