Charlie Mulgrew made the draw for the third round of the Scottish Cup at Hampden Park following yesterday’s action.
After their victory against Stranraer, Darvel will travel to Brechin City as they aim for further progression.
Queen’s Park will be eying an upset against Kilmarnock and Gala Fairydean Rovers will take on League 2 opposition, Annan Athletic.
After the draw, Charlie Mulgrew looked back on his memories of winning the competition twice with Celtic, scoring a memorable free-kick in 2011 against Motherwell.
He said: “The Scottish Cup is a tournament all players across Scotland want to be involved in for as long as possible and reach Hampden Park. I managed to win two with Celtic and it’s a brilliant feeling - a great way to end the season.
“The final in 2011 was an amazing day and my first season back at Celtic. I managed to get myself into the team around January and was involved in the Scottish Cup run. To score that goal and secure the 3-0 victory was a dream come true to lift a trophy.
“I remember watching Celtic play in the Scottish Cup when I was younger, in 1995 when things weren’t great at the club and they beat Airdrie. It was surreal to be involved with it myself.
“Those medals and jerseys are something I treasure. The biggest challenge is making sure my sons don’t wear them about the garden! Winning Scottish Cups are memories that last a lifetime so I’ve made sure to collect mementos from the day.
Looking back on doing the draw, Mulgrew said: “That was pressure! The 6 and 9 was stressing me out as I didn’t want to put them the wrong way up but we got there in the end.”
Full Third Round Draw
Alloa Athletic v Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic
Arbroath v Forfar Athletic
Auchinleck Talbot v Hamilton Academical
Ayr United v Albion Rovers
Banks O’Dee v East Fife
Brechin City v Darvel
Civil Service Strollers v Peterhead
Clydebank v Clyde
Cove Rangers v Queen of the South
Dalbeattie Star v East Kilbride
Dumbarton v Sauchie Juniors
Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale v Edinburgh City
Falkirk v Raith Rovers
Gala Fairydean Rovers v Annan Athletic
Inverness Caledonian Thistle v Greenock Morton
Kelty Hearts v Montrose
Partick Thistle v Dunfermline Athletic
Queen's Park v Kilmarnock
Stenhousemuir v Airdrieonians
Stirling Albion v Tranent Junior
The ties will be played on the weekend of Saturday 27 November.