Stevenage's battle to reach the third round of the FA Cup will be beamed live to the nation - after the tie with King's Lynn Town was chosen for TV coverage.

Boro were paired away with the National League North side after Monday's draw, the tie originally set for Saturday, November 26.

It will still be played on that date but the kick-off is now 12.45pm with the game being shown on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

Boro's match will be followed by Forest Green Rovers' home tie with Alvechurch, the lowest ranked side left in the competition.

That kicks off at 3pm.

Two more games of the 20 drawn have been chosen as well with ITV the channel screening them.

National League South leaders Ebbsfleet United will host Fleetwood Town on Sunday, November 27, at 12.30pm.

The next match will be the game between Newport County and the winner of next week's first round replay between Torquay United and Derby County.

Live broadcast fees of £60,000 will be distributed to all clubs in addition to any payments from the competition’s prize fund.