In the next round, Frank Lampard's men will play again at home and Luton manager Nathan Jones is excited about the journey.
'It's a perfect draw against the beautiful hand of the Premier League. We enjoy checking ourselves and this is going to be a big test,' Jones said on the website of his club.
'We are pleased that we have avoided anyone from our league and it gives us an experience that is different.
'It's going to be a special occasion for us to travel to such a prestigious Premier League club.'
Because of the pandemic, however, the manager is disappointed that the fans won't be able to witness this with his team just as they couldn't watch their team in the Carabao Cup this season against Manchester United.
'We get amazing draws in a cup competition in one year, there can be no supporters at either and that's the thing I'm gutted about,' he said.
Our fans have been amazing and have been purchasing season tickets to keep this club going, and we're going to go there to make sure we're proud of them.'