The Carling Cup fourth round draw has been made, and most of the Premier League clubs left in the competition will be happy.
Ten of the 16 clubs left were from the top-flight, but the draw has thrown-up just two all-Premier ties and there is now a realistic proposition that the quarter-finals will be an all Premier League affair.
Holders Chelsea continue their defence at home to Leicester City - who overcame Aston Villa in the third round.
Coventry's reward for claiming the scalp of Manchester United is a home tie with West Ham.
The two all-Premier ties see Manchester City travel to Bolton, and Portsmouth host Blackburn.
Other highlights include Arsenal visit to Sheffield United, whilst Robbie Fowler will return to Anfield with his new club Cardiff after they drew Liverpool.
The only team from outside the top two divisions still left in the tournament, Luton, have been handed a home tie with Everton.
Draw in full:
Luton v Everton
Portsmouth v Blackburn
Chelsea v Leicester
Sheffield United v Arsenal
Tottenham v Blackpool
Bolton v Man City
Coventry v West Ham
Liverpool v Cardiff