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Dundee United boss Jackie McNamara will face his old club Partick Thistle at Tannadice in the third round of the Scottish League Cup.

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Draw for the third round of the Scottish League Cup

Draw for the third round of the Scottish League Cup

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Queen of the South's reward for knocking out last season's winners St Mirren is a tie with another Scottish Premiership club, when they play Hearts at Tynecastle.

Hibernian were the first team to come out of the drum in the draw at Easter Road, and they will host Stranraer, while Greenock Morton face an away tie with Celtic.

Scottish League Cup third round draw

Hibernian v Stranraer

Dundee v Inverness CT

Celtic v Greenock Morton

Livingston v Motherwell

Hearts v Queen of the South

Falkirk v Aberdeen

Dundee Utd v Partick Thistle

Hamilton v St Johnstone

Ties will be played on Tuesday 24 and Wednesday 25 September.

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