Rangers face trip to Forfar

Rangers have been drawn away to Forfar Athletic in the opening round of the Scottish League Cup.

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St Mirren: Last year's winners

St Mirren: Last year's winners

The newly-promoted Glasgow outfit, who were among the unseeded teams in the draw, travel to Station Park for the all-second division tie on Saturday, August 3.

Premier League new boys Partick Thistle have a home tie against Ayr United while first division champions Queen of the South entertain Annan Athletic.

First round draw:

Falkirk v Clyde

East Fife v Morton

Arbroath v Montrose

Berwick v Cowdenbeath

Forfar Athletic v Rangers

Stranraer v Brechin City

Partick Thistle v Ayr United

Stirling Albion v Hamilton

Dumbarton v Albion Rovers

East Stirling v Dunfermline

Queen of South v Annan

Peterhead v Alloa

Raith Rovers v Queen's Park

Elgin City v Livingston

Airdrieonians v Stenhousemuir

Ties to be played August 3.

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