Rangers paired with Albion

Rangers have been drawn away to Albion Rovers in the first round of next season's Ramsdens Cup.

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Queen of the South will defend the Ramsdens Cup this season

Queen of the South will defend the Ramsdens Cup this season

Ally McCoist's side will begin their campaign at Cliftonhill on July 27 after they were paired with Rovers in the competition's South/West section.

Rangers were beaten in the quarter-finals last season by eventual winners Queen of the South, who open up the defence of their trophy at home to Spartans or Threave Rovers.

Dundee, relegated from last season's Scottish Premier League, are away at Alloa in the North/East section.

North/East Section draw:

Formartine United v East Stirlingshire

Stenhousemuir v Arbroath

Forfar Athletic v East Fife

Elgin City v Montrose

Cowdenbeath v Dunfermline Athletic

Peterhead v Brechin City

Alloa Athletic v Dundee

Raith Rovers v Stirling Albion

South/West Section draw:

Annan Athletic v Morton

Berwick Rangers v Livingston

Queen's Park v Ayr United

Queen of the South v Spartans or Threave Rovers

Albion Rovers v Rangers

Clyde v Falkirk

Stranraer v Dumbarton

Airdrieonians v Hamilton Academical

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