Both sides will prove tough tests for Corinth; Redhill, now in the Combined Counties League defeated Casuals at the same stage of the competition three years ago at Kiln Brow and will be looking to avoid a similar result.
Pagham play in the newly named Southern Combination (formerly the Sussex County League) and finished third in the league last season, just behind Littlehampton and Ryman new-boys Dorking Wanderers.
Casuals have only won twice in the past twelve FA Cup appearances but new manager James Bracken will be looking to improve on that record this term.
Casuals have also been drawn against familiar faces in the Preliminary stage of the FA Trophy. Three Bridges, who took six points from Corinth last season in the league will travel to King George’s on Saturday 3rd October. The winner of the tie will receive £2,500 and meet either Arsley Town or Redbridge in the next round.