BILLERICAY Town have been handed a tricky FA Cup fourth qualifying round tie as they will visit Sutton United.

The draw for the next stage of the competition took place this afternoon.

And Jamie O'Hara's Billericay are set for a trip to Sutton, who ply their trade in the top tier of non-league football.

Sutton are currently 18th in the National League standings and have history in the competition after reaching the fifth round before being knocked out by Premier League side Arsenal two years ago.

Lucas Perez and Theo Walcott scored the Arsenal goals as Sutton lost 2-0.

Billericay, who are unbeaten since O'Hara replaced Harry Wheeler as player-manager last month, booked their place in the fourth qualifying round by recording a 4-2 win over National League South rivals Bath City on Saturday.

Meanwhile, the winners of tomorrow's replay between Canvey Island and Bowers & Pitsea will be rewarded with a home tie as they look to reach the first round.

Chichester City, who are just two points outside of the Isthmian South East play-off places, will make the trip to either Park Lane or the Len Salmon Stadium at the next stage of the competition.

Canvey and Bowers were involved in a 1-1 draw at the weekend, with Gulls captain James White cancelling out Brad Warner's opener.

The ties are due to take place on Saturday, October 19.

The winners are set to bag £18,750 in prize money, whereas the losers will bow out with £6,250.