YORK City will take on Chelmsford City in the next round of the Isuzu FA Trophy after the Clarets’ 2-1 win over Wealdstone.

Vanarama National League South outfit Chelmsford overcame National League side Wealdstone on Wednesday night at the Melbourne Stadium.

Chelmsford took the lead inside the opening minute, with Callum Jones blasting City ahead.

Former Crawley Town midfielder Nathan Ferguson brought the scores level with a composed finish from close range, before an own-goal from team-mate Olufela Olomola confirmed the Stones’ departure from the Trophy.

York will now welcome Chelmsford to the LNER Community Stadium next Saturday (January 14, 3pm) for a first meeting between these two sides.

Chelmsford have had a promising season so far, sitting fourth in the National League South table, trailing division leaders Dartford by 10 points.

Robbie Simpson’s side have already faced two different National League teams this season, defeating Aldershot Town 2-0 and holding Barnet to a 1-1 draw before an eventual 1-0 defeat in an FA Cup replay.

The Minstermen will be confident following a 5-0 thumping of National League North side Blyth Spartans last month.

A first home goal of the season for captain Lenell John-Lewis was bolstered by a brace each from Manny Duku and Nathan Thomas, allowing the Minstermen to progress into the fourth round.

If York were to defeat Chelmsford next week, David Webb’s side will progress to the last 16 on Saturday, February 11 (3pm).

The draw for the fifth round will take place on Monday, January 16, with talkSPORT drawing the numbers.