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FA Cup wrap: Tyson ends Salisbury's dreams

Nathan Tyson struck again to send Nottingham Forest into the third round of the FA Cup at the expense of plucky non-Leaguers Salisbury.

The Coca-Cola League One leaders were tested for 53 minutes by the Nationwide Conference South side in their second-round replay at the City Ground, but Tyson eased nerves with his fourth goal in two games.

Nicky Southall then secured a home clash with Premiership strugglers Charlton by wrapping up a 2-0 win nine minutes from time.

Jordan Robertson struck twice as League Two strugglers Torquay accounted for Leyton Orient 2-1 at Brisbane Road. James Walker equalised for Orient, but Robertson settled it after 81 minutes.

Torquay will be joined in the third round by fellow League Two outfit Bristol Rovers, who stunned League One Bournemouth at Dean Court.

Richard Walker hit the target in the 64th minute to put Rovers through to face Hereford, the Cherries suffering late disappointment when Josh Gowling had a goal disallowed.

Doncaster will play Bolton in round three, after goals from Mark McCammon and Paul Heffernan gave them a 2-0 win over Mansfield.

Andy Bishop, Glynn Hurst and Dwayne Mattis helped Bury to a 3-1 win at Chester - after conceding an early lead to Laurence Wilson.

The other Conference South side in action, Basingstoke, went down 3-1 at home to neighbours Aldershot.

Louis Soares scored twice, and Darren Barnard also netted for the Conference club after Basingstoke had taken a fourth-minute lead through Neville Roach.

Nathan Doyle agonisingly headed into his own net six minutes from the end of extra-time as Millwall edged out Bradford 1-0 in a tense encounter at the New Den.

Jermaine Johnson had missed a glorious chance for the Bantams and Millwall's Darren Byfield had a goal disallowed in the second half but neither side looked like winning as normal time drew to a close.

The Lions will now travel to Stoke in round three.