Buxton’s reward for defeating York City in the FA Cup first round is a home tie against Morecambe. The Derbyshire side play in the seventh tier of the football pyramid, only one level below York of National League North, so face a far bigger challenge in the shape of the League One club.
St Albans of National League South, who beat Forest Green Rovers of League Two in the first round, will travel 10 miles to play Boreham Wood, one level above them.
Harrogate have the chance to reach the competition’s third round for the first time when travelling to Portsmouth.
Second-round winners will pick up £34,000 prize money, with Premier League and Championship clubs coming into the competition at the third-round stage.
In Monday night’s fixture, an early goal from Jordan Turnbull handed League Two strugglers Salford a gritty 1-0 win at National League promotion chasers Dagenham & Redbridge.
Salford struck inside three minutes in the final first round tie of the weekend. Centre-back Turnbull powered home a header from Liam Shephard’s corner-kick.
The Daggers then bossed the remainder of the first half, with Angelo Balanta forcing Connor Ripley into a smart save following a mix-up in the visitors’ defence. Ripley was repeatedly called upon to keep Salford in the game as they held on to earn a place in the next round where they will play Chesterfield.
Second round ties will be played between the 3 and 6 December.