Bradford rewarded for giant-killings with home FA Cup tie
Bradford City got the home tie they wanted in their FA Cup quarter-final, but not the glamorous opposition they had hoped for at Valley Parade after the League One giant-killers were paired with Championship side Reading.
Former U-21 Ireland international Billy Clarke said: "I think anyone would find it difficult to play at Valley Parade. We have just got to enjoy every bit of it now and embrace how far we have come."
The most tantalising match-up is Manchester United's home game against Arsenal.
That will delight the likes of Liverpool, who were handed a relatively kind home draw against the Championship side Blackburn Rovers.
Given the fact that neither United nor Arsenal are going to win the league this season, the FA Cup is the next best prize on offer, certainly for Louis van Gaal at United.
New Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood will take on West Bromwich Albion, the club he nearly took charge of last month.