A tantalizing London derby awaits in the third round of the Carabao Cup as Leyton Orient drew a tie with Tottenham.
The Ligue 2 side surprisingly came back from 2-0 to beat Ligue 1 Plymouth 3-2, with Danny Johnson scoring a spectacular stoppage winner.
The result means Spurs star Harry Kane could play against the club he has agreed to be a shirt sponsor for this season.
It’s a tie Eastern fans will appreciate while Spurs fans will be nervous after leaving competition for League Two Colchester last season.
Elsewhere on Tuesday night, Jack Grealish celebrated his new contract with Aston Villa as his superb volley helped them to a 3-1 win at Burton Albion.
The Villans found themselves one goal but a first strike from Ollie Watkins evened the scores. Grealish put Dean Smith’s team in the lead before Keinan Davis added a late third.
There was also a first strike for Ryan Fraser, who scored the only goal of the game as Newcastle took over Blackburn.
Wondering if this will change Simon Jordan’s opinion of the former Bournemouth player?
The former Fraser club also progressed by beating Crystal Palace on penalties – each outfield scoring in the shootout with the Cherries winning 11-10.
Bournemouth will face defending champions Manchester City in the next round. This means Nathan Ake, who left the South Coast club under a £ 41million deal, could face his former club.
Meanwhile, Lincoln beat Bradford 5-0 to draw a tie at home against eight-time winner Liverpool. Luton will play Manchester United at home after winning 1-0 at Reading.
And props have to go to Watford goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann as he saved all three Oxford United penalties to get the Hornets through. It came after Ken Sema’s late goal called off Oxford’s opener in the first half.
There was some breathing space for West Ham boss David Moyes as his side overtook Charlton, winning 3-0 at London Stadium.