Old Firm giants Rangers and Celtic will head to Tayside for their Scottish Cup quarter-final ties after the draw was made by presenter Connie McLaughlin and OpenGoal star Paul Slane last night.
Eight Premiership teams remain in with a chance of lifting Scottish football’s most prestigious trophy this season after Dundee sent League One side Peterhead crashing out of the competition in the final fifth round tie.
The Dark Blues reward is a home tie against Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s title holders at Dens Park, while city rivals Celtic will face Dundee United across the street at Tannadice.
St Mirren head for the capital after being drawn against Hearts at Tynecastle, while the final tie saw Motherwell earn a home clash against last season’s beaten finalists Hibernian at Fir Park.
All four ties will be broadcast live on BBC Scotland and Premier Sports and are scheduled for the weekend of March 12 and 13.
Hearts Vs St Mirren
Dundee Vs Rangers
Dundee United Vs Celtic
Motherwell Vs Hibernian