CHIPPENHAM Town will face League One strugglers Burton Albion in the Bluebirds' first ever FA Cup second-round tie.

The draw for the second round was made this evening, and the Bluebirds found themselves in the hat at this stage of the competition for the first time in their 135 year history. 

Their prize for slaying League One giants Lincoln City in the previous round was a trip to Burton Albion, who currently sit rock bottom of the same division, five points adrift of safety.

The Bluebirds Bar was brimming with supporters who had gathered to learn their side's fate during the draw.

Those who came were not disappointed, with loud cheers greeting the announcment that another potential giant killing was on the cards. 

"It's a big draw, it's not as big as it could have been, it would have been nice to draw Wrexham", said supporter and Chippenham Town Youth Secretary Terry McCosh.

"But with Burton not doing very well you just never know... if we got to that third round that would be brilliant".

Burton recorded a routine 2-0 win over Needham Market to make it to this stage.

However, they have just three wins in 17 league games this season, and Chippenham fans will hope the momentum of a historic win can carry them through to another cup shock.