SAM RICKETTS doesn't mind who Wrexham draw in the second round of the FA Cup - but he would like to be at home.

Wrexham beat National League South strugglers Weston-super-Mare 2-0 in Sunday's first round tie at The Woodspring Stadium thanks to second half goals from Luke Summerfield and Stuart Beavon.

The draw takes place tonight and will be broadcast live on BBC Two, starting at 7pm, and National League leaders Wrexham will be ball number 40.

Having seen his side drawn away at Harrogate Town in the fourth qualifying round - it finished in a goalless draw with Wrexham winning 2-0 in the replay at The Racecourse - Ricketts is hoping for a home tie.

"I honestly don't mind," said Ricketts when asked who he would like to draw.

"We are a good side, we are in a good place at the minute and working incredibly hard.

"We will take anyone.

"It would be nice to have one at home, we have been away twice so it would be nice to have a home tie."

The second round is scheduled to take place over the weekend of Friday November 30 and each winning club will receive £54,000 from The FA Prize Fund.

Draw numbers:1 AFC Wimbledon; 2 Maidstone United; 3 Ebbsfleet United or Cheltenham Town; 4 Hampton & Richmond Borough or Oldham Athletic; 5 Swindon Town; 6 Mansfield Town or Charlton Athletic; 7 Woking; 8 Scunthorpe United; 9 Sunderland; 10 Aldershot Town or Bradford City; 11 Grimsby Town; 12 Chorley or Doncaster Rovers; 13 Fleetwood Town; 14 Peterborough United; 15 Southport; 16 Plymouth Argyle; 17 Chesterfield or Billericay Town; 18 Lincoln City; 19 Barnet or Bristol Rovers; 20 Stockport County; 21 Bury; 22 Gillingham or Hartlepool United; 23 Oxford United or Forest Green Rovers; 24 Tranmere Rovers or Oxford City; 25 Accrington Stanley; 26 Barnsley; 27 Shrewsbury Town or Salford City; 28 Newport County; 29 Walsall; 30 Rochdale; 31 Solihull Moors; 32 Sutton United or Slough Town; 33 Guiseley; 34 Blackpool; 35 Luton Town; 36 Morecambe or FC Halifax Town; 37 Carlisle United; 38 Southend United or Crawley Town; 39 Portsmouth; 40 Wrexham.