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Full second round draw

University of Stirling v Linlithgow Rose

Albion Rovers v Fort William

East Kilbride v Gretna 2008

Edinburgh City v Banks O'Dee

Cowdenbeath v Broxburn Athletic

Nairn County or Clachnacuddin v Brora Rangers

Rothes v Inverurie Loco Works

Spartans or Deveronvale v Queen's Park

Elgin City v Berwick Rangers

Formartine United v Gala Fairydean Rovers

Penicuik Athletic v Stenhousemuir

Annan Athletic v Brechin City

Lochee United v BSC Glasgow

Auchinleck Talbot v Cove Rangers

Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic v Buckie Thistle

Stirling Albion v Strathspey Thistle.

 

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Full second round draw

University of Stirling v Linlithgow Rose

Albion Rovers v Fort William

East Kilbride v Gretna 2008

Edinburgh City v Banks O'Dee

Cowdenbeath v Broxburn Athletic

Nairn County or Clachnacuddin v Brora Rangers

Rothes v Inverurie Loco Works

Spartans or Deveronvale v Queen's Park

Elgin City v Berwick Rangers

Formartine United v Gala Fairydean Rovers

Penicuik Athletic v Stenhousemuir

Annan Athletic v Brechin City

Lochee United v BSC Glasgow

Auchinleck Talbot v Cove Rangers

Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic v Buckie Thistle

Stirling Albion v Strathspey Thistle.

 

The Edinburgh City vs Banks  Dee should be interesting.

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Guest Singaporesteve

When do the bigger teams join in ?   Can the winners of these ties get a Premier league team ? 

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Third Round :

 

 

Auchinleck Talbot v Arbroath

Stranraer v Dunfermline Athletic

Dumbarton v Forfar Athletic

Raith Rovers v Peterhead

Elgin City v Alloa Athletic

Greenock Morton v Brora Rangers

Formartine United v East Kilbride

Partick Thistle v Penicuik Athletic

Albion Rovers v Airdrieonians

Queen of the South v Queen's Park

Edinburgh City v Annan Athletic

Stirling Albion v Clyde

East Fife v BSC Glasgow

Linlithgow Rose v Falkirk

Inverurie Locos v Broxburn Athletic

Bonnyrigg Rose v Montrose.

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Huns are at home therefore the other arse cheek must get an away tie. Thems the rules

Haha good point, does the random draw ever throw up both at home?

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The tie will take place on the weekend of 18th/19th January 2020 and full details will be announced in due course.



THE FULL FOURTH ROUND DRAW IS:

St Mirren v Broxburn Athletic


Kilmarnock v Queen’s Park


Heart of Midlothian v Airdrieonians


Alloa Athletic v Inverness Caledonian Thistle


Livingston v Raith Rovers


Auchinleck Talbot/Arbroath v Falkirk


Dundee United v Hibernian


Ayr United v Ross County


Aberdeen v Dumbarton


Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic v Clyde


St Johnstone v Greenock Morton/Brora Rangers


Hamilton Academical v Edinburgh City


Partick Thistle v Celtic


East Kilbride v BSC Glasgow


Dundee v Motherwell


Sevco v Stranraer.


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Nice first step. Say what you want about cringey American fans with their coordinates chants and whatnot, but it works for business and atmosphere. Every MLS team does a large “supporters section” behind the goal and it’s their key to revenue. They’re usually about half the price of seated tickets so they sell out large sections, and it draws in seated section folks who want a view and to take in the atmosphere.

 

I think the key aspect here is that whatever section this is, merkland, S, etc.. it needs to be cheaper than the rest of the seated tickets.. and it needs to be general admission with no regulations on standing, flags, etc. otherwise it’s just the same old nonsense

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Hearts v Hibernian and Aberdeen v Celtic semi-finals to be played Saturday 31st October & Sunday 1st November.

Think we'll be the Sunday.

 

Final to be played Sunday 20th December.

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