Bradford City will be away to Derby County next month in the last-16 of the Bristol Street Motors Trophy.

The Northern and Southern Section draws were conducted live on Sky Sports News at 6:30pm, hosted by former Southampton midfielder David Prutton.

Current Forest Green striker Troy Deeney was in charge of selecting the home teams, and he picked out Derby's ball first out of the eight northern teams.

Ex-Stoke boss Gary Rowett was choosing the away teams and his first go saw him draw the Bantams' ball out of the bowl.

The pair will play their last-16 tie in the week commencing Monday, January 8.

The Bantams won all three of their group games, as well as Tuesday's last-32 tie at home to Liverpool's Under-21s, in order to reach this stage.

Derby also have a perfect record too, topping their group with nine points out of nine before beating Fleetwood Town 3-0 in the last-32 in midweek.

This is the last stage of the competition where the draws are regionalised, so whoever progresses out of Derby and City could face any of the other seven quarter-finalists in the last eight.

The upcoming clash at Pride Park looks to be the Bantams' toughest test yet in the competition, with this already their best run in the EFL Trophy since the 2016-17, when they reached the quarter-finals.