2017-18 English FA Cup, Round 2
  • Michael Doughty (29')
  • Jack Marriott (45', 69')
  • Marcus Maddison (78' PEN)
  • Gwion Edwards (90'+4')
  • Inih Effiong (19')
  • Matt Young (68')

Peterborough topple Woking to set up FA Cup third-round trip to Aston Villa

Peterborough will travel to Championship side Aston Villa in the third round of the FA Cup after defeating non-league Woking 5-2 in a replay.
After a 1-1 draw in their first match, Michael Doughty and Jack Marriott gave the home side a 2-1 half-time lead following Inih Effiong's early opener.
Matt Young equalised on 68 minutes, but Marriott fired in a minute later for the League One side before a Marcus Maddison penalty and Gwion Edwards' stoppage-time strike sealed the tie.
Effiong's curler from 20 yards after 19 minutes opened the scoring for the National League side, but Peterborough responded 10 minutes later when Doughty fired low into the corner from an Edwards pass.
Three-time Woking loanee Marriott then poked in at the back post from Edwards' cross on the stroke of half-time.
Substitute Young equalised with a shot from the right of the area, but a minute later Marriott fired low into the near post.
Maddison's penalty was scored on 78 minutes after Richard Orlu brought down Danny Lloyd, before Edwards shot low into the net from a corner.