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Live Reporting

Emma Sanders

All times stated are UK

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    That's all from us tonight but join us again tomorrow for another nine games in the FA Cup second round.

    Head over here for all the info. And here's tonight's match report.

    See you tomorrow!

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    BBC Two

    Stick around on BBC Two for “When Lineker Met Maradona”.

    First transmitted in 2006, the documentary sees Gary Lineker traveling to Buenos Aires to meet and chat to Maradona about the 1986 World Cup quarter final between Argentina and England. And of course, THAT Hand of God goal.

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    BBC One

    Don't forget the third-round draw is live on BBC One from 19:00 GMT on Monday, Tranmere Rovers fans!

  4. 'We want a game we can win'

    FT: Tranmere Rovers 1-0 Brackley Town

    BBC Two

    More from Tranmere Rovers manager Keith Hill: "I want another good opportunity to progress because we want to go as far as we can. I think that will stimulate league form as well."

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    FT: Tranmere Rovers 1-0 Brackley Town

    Tranmere boss Keith Hill is also asked who he would like in round three:

    "Nobody in particular but a winnable. We want to go as far as we can go so I'm not really bothered."

  6. 'Brackley made it awkward but happy to win'

    FT: Tranmere Rovers 1-0 Brackley Town

    BBC Two

    Tranmere Rovers boss Keith Hill speaking to BBC Sport: "It's a difficult fixture - it was a good goal. They made it very awkward with the two defensive midfielders they played with and our diamond.

    "We had to try and stretch the game in the second half and get the ball into the wide areas. It's a good goal and I'm so glad that the substitutions worked.

    "We've gone with the same starting XI for the last three games, so they needed the energy levels again and we've got a good bench.

    "If we'd lost the last two games it would have all been my fault. I've just come in to support what's already working.

    "The players deserve the opportunity to play, and if you ask them they'd rather than play than be rested. I wanted to play the same side, win and go through to the next round.

    "It was very difficult to gauge what formation they'd play - they played three last weekend and played a 4-4-2 today. It was difficult to gauge and get the information into the players but I'm pleased with the performance and the clean sheet and we're into the next round."

  7. 'We're all so confident'

    FT: Tranmere Rovers 1-0 Brackley Town

    BBC Two

    Tranmere Rovers match-winner Kaiyne Woolery speaking to BBC Sport: "It bobbled as I went to shoot - I caught it pretty sweetly. I either do that or it went into row Z.

    "I was really impressed with them, they came here and played ball, they were well organised and had a couple of good chances.

    "I think we're seven games unbeaten now and we're just so confident, the subs, the starting XI and staff. It's clicked and we're all so confident and I think it's showing in our performances."

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    "I was really impressed with them tonight!" says Tranmere goalscorer Kaiyne Woolery.

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    Tranmere Rovers 1-0 Brackley Town

    Dion Dublin

    Former Aston Villa & Man Utd striker on BBC Two

    What a performance from Brackley - energy and enthusiasm. Their manager, Kevin Wilkins, will be delighted with their performance.

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    FT: Tranmere Rovers 1-0 Brackley Town

    Karen Carney

    Former England and Chelsea winger on BBC Two

    Brackley can be very proud of their performance, they made it hard work for Tranmere. But it was just the quality in the end that won it for Tranmere.

  11. FULL-TIME

    Tranmere Rovers 1-0 Brackley Town

    Harry Flowers comes on for the last kick of the game for Brackley - a launching free-kick. It's aimed towards him but he can't get on the end of it.

    And that's it. All over. Tranmere are through but Brackley put up a good fight.

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    Tranmere Rovers 1-0 Brackley Town

    Jay Spearing does he job to break down another Brackley Town attack before Shane Byrne comes in very late on James Vaughan.

    He gets away without a yellow but more importantly, it's Tranmere who have the ball and not Brackley - who need it.

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    Tranmere Rovers 1-0 Brackley Town

    Karen Carney

    Former England and Chelsea winger on BBC Two

    Peter Clarke reads it well and is brave. Obviously with just two minutes left, Shane Byrne is going to go for it, but Clarke is experienced.

  14. CLOSE!

    Tranmere Rovers 1-0 Brackley Town

    Last big chance for Brackley? There's space on the edge of the box for Lee Ndlovu but he doesn't shoot, instead he picks out Wes York on the right.

    He takes one touch then fires it across the six-yard area. Any touch goalwards would have caused problems but the experienced Peter Clarke slides in to make a crucial block.

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    Tranmere Rovers 1-0 Brackley Town

    Karen Carney

    Former England and Chelsea winger on BBC Two

    There is still time - it is the FA Cup. There is still perhaps a goal in it.

  16. Woolery gives Tranmere lead

    Tranmere Rovers 1-0 Brackley Town

    Minutes to go. Here's the goal that is taking Tranmere through to the third round unless Brackley can equalise late on.

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    Video caption: Woolery gives Tranmere lead with 'fabulous' finish
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    Tranmere Rovers 1-0 Brackley Town

    It's a great touch on to Kaiyne Woolery on the right side of the box. He cuts back sharply inside and wins a corner when his shot is blocked.

    The set-piece is half cleared, headed back in by Jay Spearing, before eventually being booted up field.

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    Tranmere Rovers 1-0 Brackley Town

    Karen Carney

    Former England and Chelsea winger on BBC Two

    James Vaughan took his eye off the ball. Of all the people you want it to fall to it would be him - it's most unlike him.

  19. CLOSE!

    Tranmere Rovers 1-0 Brackley Town

    Goalscorer Kaiyne Woolery probably should have had an assist to add to his goal, here.

    He is onside on the right and he whips it in low. It bobbles through to James Vaughan but he completely misses it from close range.

  20. SUBSTITUTION

    Tranmere Rovers 1-0 Brackley Town

    Danny Lloyd is on for Tranmere. Corey Blackett-Taylor is off.