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Hibs host Hearts in League Cup

Hibernian will host Edinburgh rivals Hearts at Easter Road in the pick of the Scottish League Cup quarter-final draw.

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Liam Craig: Scored three times against Stranraer in the last round

Liam Craig: Scored three times against Stranraer in the last round

The last time the two Scottish capital clubs met in the last eight of the competition in Leith was back in November 2006 when a goal from Rob Jones sent the Hibees en route towards Hampden glory 5-1 over Kilmarnock.

Scottish Championship strugglers Morton, shock Parkhead conquerors of favourites Celtic in the last round, host St Johnstone at Cappielow.

Dundee United, with on-loan Scotland forward David Goodwillie netting a hat-trick in an eye-catching 4-1 win over Scottish Premiership rivals Partick Thistle, must travel to league leaders Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

Motherwell host Aberdeen at Fir Park in a third all-Premiership last-eight tie.

Quarter-final draw:

Tuesday, Oct 29 (1945):

Inverness v Dundee Utd

Wednesday, Oct 30:

Hibernian v Hearts (1900)

Morton v St Johnstone (1930)

Motherwell v Aberdeen (1945)

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