Burton Albion claimed the only upset on FA Cup second-round day as a fifth-minute goal from Calvin Zola proved enough to give the npower League Two outfit a 1-0 away to League One strugglers Crewe.
Fellow League Two side Port Vale had looked set to join them in the headlines with Tom Pope's 33rd-minute strike putting Micky Adams' men within sight of a famous win over Sheffield United at Bramall Lane. But the Blades dealt a double blow to Vale's dreams of an upset with a late Shaun Miller brace to give his side a dramatic 2-1 win.
Blue Square Premier Luton are the first non-league side guaranteed a place in the third-round draw after goals from Andre Gray and Alex Lawless gave the Hatters a 2-1 victory over Conference South Dorchester at Kenilworth Road.
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