Marseille will take on Ligue 1 leaders Monaco in the last 16 of the Coupe de France.
Monaco have been on fire under Leonardo Jardim this season, but will have to find a way past the 10-time winners at Stade Velodrome in the tie of the round.
Holders Paris Saint-Germain – winners in each of the last two years – are away to Ligue 2 team Chamois Niortais.
Aside from Marseille v Monaco, there was only one other all-Ligue 1 fixture drawn out of the hat, with Bordeaux to play at home against Lorient.
— AS MONACO (@AS_Monaco) February 2, 2017
Two teams from the fourth tier made it to the last 16 and both were rewarded with home ties.
Bergerac take on top-flight side Lille, while EFC Frejus Saint-Raphael host second-tier Auxerre.
Matches will be played on February 28 and March 1.
Coupe de France last 16 draw:
EFC Frejus Saint-Raphael v Auxerre
Bergerac v Lille
US Quevilly-Rouen v Guingamp
Marseille v Monaco
Bordeaux v Lorient
CA Bastia v Angers
Chamois Niortais v PSG
US Avranches v Strasbourg