Published: 18:15, 20 November 2020
| Updated: 18:39, 20 November 2020
Gillingham will face a League 2 side in the next round of the EFL Trophy.
The draw took place on Friday night and the Gills were drawn to face Cambridge United away in the next round.
Trophy opponents Cambridge have lost just twice in their opening 12 games in League 2 and sit second in the table.
The draw, involving 32 teams, was divided north and south.
The Gills could have faced any of Exeter City, Cheltenham, Leyton Orient or Cambridge United in draw B of the southern section.
Games will take place on the week commencing December 7.
The Gills utilised their squad for all three of their group games, in a competition manager Steve Evans has often said he has no interest in.
But a win over Crawley and a point against a predominantly young Arsenal team was enough for then to progress to the next stage.
Group winners Arsenal were drawn to face AFC Wimbledon.
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