Old Firm giants Rangers and Celtic have been paired against Kilmarnock and Berwick Rangers respectively in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.
Rangers won 3-2 at Killie at the weekend thanks to a Kenny Miller hat-trick and the teams will now go head-to-head in the cup at Ibrox.
Celtic were held by Dundee United last time out and Neil Lennon's troops will be expected to brush aside Berwick in the fourth round of the cup.
However, Third Division outfit Berwick have a history of cup shocks after famously dumping out Rangers 1-0 way back in 1967.
Holders Dundee United meet Ross County in a repeat of last season's final. The Tangerines lifted the trophy following a 3-0 success at Hampden Park in May.
Under-fire Aberdeen manager Mark McGhee has a tricky-looking tie against East Fife, who are managed by former winners John Robertson and Gordon Durie.
Highland League champions Buckie Thistle did not get the glamour tie they were seeking after being drawn away from home to East Stirling.
Crisis club Dundee will be hoping for a bumper crowd against Craig Brown's Motherwell at Dens Park while Hearts entertain St Johnstone at Tynecastle in an all SPL affair.