Rotherham United and the EFL Trophy quarter-final draw

Josh Kayode scores for Rotherham in the last round against Crewe. Picture by Jim BrailsfordJosh Kayode scores for Rotherham in the last round against Crewe. Picture by Jim Brailsford
Josh Kayode scores for Rotherham in the last round against Crewe. Picture by Jim Brailsford
ROTHERHAM United will today left waiting to discover their exact opponents in the quarter-finals of the EFL Trophy.

The Millers were drawn at home where they will face Exeter City, Portsmouth or Cambridge United.

Exeter and Portsmouth play their 'Round of 32' tie tomorrow, with the winner of that clash then facing Cambridge next week.

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Whoever comes through the last-16 clash will travel to AESSEAL New York Stadium later this month to take on the Millers.

In the group stages, Rotherham beat Doncaster Rovers, Scunthorpe United and Manchester City Under-21s before going on to see off Port Vale and Crewe Alexandra in knockout combat.

The tournament had been regionalised up to this point but now teams anywhere in the country can be paired with each other.

The quarter-final games are scheduled to be played in the week starting January 24.