Rangers have been drawn to face Alloa Athletic at Ibrox in the third round of the Scottish Cup.
Ally McCoist's side booked their place in the third round with a
1-0 victory at Highland League champions Forres Mechanics.
Second Division leaders Queen of the South host Edinburgh City and Albion Rovers entertain Morton.
Ayr United have been drawn to face Clachnacuddin and Stranraer take on Queen's Park.
Paul Hartley's side won the Third Division title last season and sit in fourth spot in Division Two, nine points behind leaders Queen of the South.
Managerless Brechin City,
who parted company with Jim Weir at the weekend,
have a home tie against Junior club Bonnyrigg Rose.
"I'm happy and I think my chairman's even happier," former Hearts and Celtic midfielder Hartley told BBC Scotland.
"It's great for the club and great for the players. Hopefully there will be a big crowd and we can go there and enjoy it.
"Rangers are still a team full of internationals, so there is no pressure on us and we will try to be positive."
Rangers v Alloa Athletic
Elgin City v East Fife
Buckie Thistle/Annan Athletic v Turriff United
Dumbarton v East Stirlingshire
Airdrie United v Raith Rovers
Stranraer v Queen's Park
Partick Thistle v Cove Rangers
Forfar Athletic v Clyde/Nairn County
Albion Rovers v Morton
Cowdenbeath v Selkirk/Vale of Leithen
Edinburgh City v Queen of the South
Stirling Albion v Deveronvale
Inverurie Loco Works v Arbroath
Ayr United v Clachnacuddin
Stenhousemuir v Berwick Rangers
Brechin City v Bonnyrigg Rose
Ties to be played