The Fourth Round draw of the Scottish Cup took place at Glebe Park after Brechin City's draw with Darvel, live on BBC Scotland. 

Four-time winner Willie Miller conducted the draw alongside BBC's Amy Irons. 

Reflecting on his Scottish Cup success, Miller said: "The Scottish Cup is a magical competition. It gives the smaller teams the chance to rub shoulders with the elite of Scottish football."

"It's at the end of the season as well which means, as a player, you know league football is wrapped up, it's the showpiece event and if you're lucky enough to win it, you can go off at the end of the season and really enjoy your break."

"I feel incredibly grateful to have lifted it four times, you can't ask for much more than that."

On the Fourth Round draw, he added: "It's got a special place in Scottish football, so I know every team involved will be eagerly excited about the fourth round. It just so happened to work out that I drew out Aberdeen at home as well, so I'm sure I'll be welcomed back home tonight with open arms."

Full Fourth Round draw

Aberdeen v Edinburgh City
Alloa Athletic v Celtic
Arbroath v Darvel
Auchinleck Talbot v Heart of Midlothian
Ayr United v St Mirren
Banks O’Dee v Raith Rovers
Clydebank v Annan Athletic
Dumbarton v Dundee
Hibernian v Cove Rangers
Kelty Hearts v St Johnstone
Kilmarnock v Dundee United
Livingston v Ross County
Motherwell v Greenock Morton
Partick Thistle v Airdrieonians
Peterhead v East Kilbride
Rangers v Stirling Albion