FA Cup first round: Bury expulsion means bye to second round for one team

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The club left in the pot from the FA Cup first-round draw is set to receive a bye to round two, following the elimination from the contest of Bury.
The Shakers were expelled in the English Football League – and then the cup – from August.
The 47 League One and League Two clubs will join 32 outfits that are non-league .
The club that receives the bye will be awarded the #36,000 prize cash for a winner.
On Wednesday, Bury were awarded a 14-day expansion following a winding-up request was adjourned at the High Court.
The team have been given the time to pay businesses that are smaller back, reports BBC Radio Manchester.
A buyer for the club stopped their interest on Monday, leaving Bury.
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