Clyde handed Gretna tie in Scottish Cup
Clyde have been rewarded for the shock 2-1 win over Celtic with a home draw against Gretna in the Tennent's Scottish Cup fourth round draw.
The Bully Wee claimed a tremendous result against the cup holders where goals by Craig Bryson and Eddie Malone ruined the debut of Roy Keane for the Hoops.
Hibernian have been handed a trip to Rangers in the last 16 of the competition in the tie of the round.
The Edinburgh club have already claimed a 3-0 triumph at Ibrox in the Bank of Scotland Premier League this season and defeated the Light Blues at Easter Road in November.
Second-placed Hearts face further SPL opposition after knocking Kilmarnock out of the competition on Saturday.
The Jambos will play host to Aberdeen next month, after the Dons staged a comeback to win at Dundee United.
First Division leaders St Mirren, who beat Motherwell, face a challenging trip to Edinburgh to face non-league Spartans.
Falkirk entertain Ross County while Inverness Caledonian Thistle will play host to Partick Thistle if they can overcome Ayr United in a replay.
Livingston are already facing a replay against Alloa but will go to either Queen of the South or Hamilton Academical in the next round if they are successful.