Rangers draw Hibernian in cup

Date published: Monday 29th June 2015 3:02

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The mouth-watering Easter Road fixture will provide the first competitive match for new Gers boss Mark Warburton and is a repeat of last year’s first round tie which Rangers won 2-1 after extra time.

All 30 teams from the Scottish Championship, League One and League Two were included in the draw, which was split into two regionalised north and south sections.

St. Mirren, who were relegated from the top flight last season, will face Berwick Rangers at home, while holders Livingston will host Clyde.

Raith Rovers, who beat Rangers in the final of the competition two years ago, face an away trip to Cowdenbeath while last year’s beaten Scottish Cup finalists Falkirk will take on East Fife.

Highland League winners Brora Rangers and Lowland League Champions Edinburgh City were also included in the hat, drawing Alloa Athletic and Queen’s Park respectively.

Draw in full: 

North:

Cowdenbeath v Raith Rovers

Forfar v Montrose

Arbroath v Dunfermline

Brechin v Peterhead

Falkirk v East Fife

Elgin v Stirling Albion

East Stirling v Stenhousemuir

Brora Rangers v Alloa Athletic

South:

Annan Athletic v Airdrieonians

St Mirren v Berwick Rangers

Edinburgh City v Queen’s Park

Morton v Dumbarton

Ayr United v Albion Rovers

Livingston v Clyde

Hibernian v Rangers

Queen of South v Stranraer

Ties to be played Saturday, July 25 

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