Sky Blues at home in JPT quarters

Coventry will host Notts County or Sheffield United in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy quarter-finals, while Plymouth Argyle will take on Oxford.

Last Updated: 13/10/12 at 10:54

Johnstone's Paint Trophy: Draw made

Johnstone's Paint Trophy: Draw made

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The draw for the last-eight ties in the Northern and Southern sections was made on Saturday morning.

Johnstone's Paint Trophy Area quarter-final draw:

Northern: Crewe v Doncaster, Bury v Preston, Port Vale v Bradford, Coventry v Notts County or Sheffield United.

Southern: Northampton v Leyton Orient, Southend v Brentford, Torquay or Yeovil v Wycombe, Plymouth v Oxford.

The matches will be played in the week commencing December 3.

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