Everton have been handed a home tie against Rotherham United in the second round of the Carabao Cup.
Marco Silva's men will face the Millers at Goodison Park on the week commencing August 27.
The Championship side, who are managed by Paul Warne, qualified for the second round with a 3-1 victory over Wigan Athletic on Tuesday night.
Everton’s last meeting with Rotherham also came in a League Cup round two clash at Goodison, back in October 1992.
Back then, the tie was played over two legs and the Toffees came into the home game having been edged out 1-0 at Millmoor, the south Yorkshire side’s old ground.
The Blues swept aside Rotherham at Goodison though, with a Paul Rideout double and a Tony Cottee strike ensuring progress into the next stage.