Crystal Palace striker Jermaine Easter is hoping to face the team he supported as a boy, Arsenal, when the Carling Cup quarter-final draw is made. "Arsenal were the team I supported when I was growing up, so to draw them would be fantastic," said the 29 year old.
"When I was at Plymouth and we played them, I had a medial ligament injury and could only watch, which was disappointing.
"Hopefully, we can get them in the next round and I'll be playing. Whether it's here or at the Emirates, if we could get one of the big boys like Arsenal it would be good for the club."