Stevenage will be aiming for another famous FA Cup giantkilling when they host Everton in the FA Cup fourth round.
The League One side eliminated Newcastle in 2011's third round -- 13 years after they had first threatened to do so as a non-league outfit -- and they were handed Premier League opposition at their Lamex Stadium home once again in this season's fourth-round draw.
Liverpool will go to to Bournemouth after the Championship side beat Burton Albion in a third-round replay.
There is only one all-Premier League clash in the 16-tie draw, with Chelsea hosting Stoke. Rochdale may be a touch disappointed after their shock victory over Leeds United as the League Two team were denied a dream clash with a top-flight outfit -- though their chance may come in the fifth round if Sheffield Wednesday, who needed a relay to get past Conference side Macclesfield, can be beaten at Spotland.
Elsewhere, Manchester City will face Watford, while Nottingham Forest have a home tie against Preston after League One PNE's 3-2 win over Ipswich in a replay.
Conference club Kidderminster Harriers will travel to Sunderland after they produced a shock win at Peterborough.