Met Police to host League One high-fliers Crawley

Croydon Guardian: Met Police rewarded with mouth-watering FA Cup clash against Crawley Town Met Police rewarded with mouth-watering FA Cup clash against Crawley Town

Met Police's reward for reaching the first round proper of the FA Cup is a money-spinning home tie with near neighbours Crawley Town of League One.

In a twist of fate, the tie pits the Met's on-fire loanee Jonte Smith against his parent club - whether he will be allowed to play, or indeed if his goals in a Met shirt will not have persuaded Crawley to take him back before the sides meet, remains to be seen.

Smith hit two in the 3-0 win over South Park on Saturday that set up the mouth-watering meeting - Howard Newton got the other.

Elsewhere, Brentford face a trip Hayes & Yeading of the Blue Square South, and AFC Wimbledon face the long trip to League Two rivals York City.

The ties are due to be played on the weekend of November 3.

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