Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers will host his former club Swansea in the Fourth Round of the Capital One Cup.
Rodgers left the Swans in the summer after guiding them to top-half finish in the Premier League last season and replaced ousted manager Kenny Dalglish at Anfield.
"The Swansea game will be a special occasion, very much so. It is a wonderful club, a brilliant club, and I was in no rush to leave there," he said. "I could only leave there to go to another special club. It will be a great night.
"I think in the competition you prefer home games so to play Swansea at Anfield, in front of two wonderful sets of supporters, it will be a great night. I said to the players afterwards that the cup is stored at Anfield and I don't want to give it up too easy."
Manchester United have a tough away trip to Stamford Bridge to take on European Champions Chelsea, who beat Wolves 6-0 in the previous round.
Sunderland face local rivals Middlesbrough in a North East derby, while Arsenal head to Reading for an all Premier League clash.
League Two Bradford, the lowest ranked club left in the competition, face Wigan at the DW Stadium.