RANGERS have been drawn at home against Kilmarnock in the next round of the Scottish Cup at today’s draw at Hampden Park.
Former Gers star and Hall of Fame inductee Brian Laudrup and World Darts champion Gary Anderson made the draw this evening.
Laudrup lifted the famous trophy in 1996 in a 5-1 win over Hearts in which he scored two goals in a match dubbed ‘The Laudrup Final’.
The tie will see an Ibrox return for Kris Boyd, Lee McCulloch and Steven Smith who are all currently at the Rugby Park club having left the Light Blues in the summer.
The Gers defeated Cowdenbeath at Ibrox yesterday thanks to a hat-trick scored by Martyn Waghorn, a great team goal finished off by the captain Lee Wallace and a great individual goal by Barrie McKay.
Rangers defeated Kilmarnock 3-0 in the Scottish Cup fourth round at the end of August 2014 with Nicky Law bagging a brace and Kris Boyd scoring the third.
The Light Blues have played Killie 25 times in the Scottish Cup, with nine of them being played at Ibrox, the Gers winning six of the matches at home and 16 in total.
The Gers have never been beaten at Ibrox by Kilmarnock in the Scottish Cup and Mark Warburton’s men will be hoping to carry on that run when the two sides meet in February on either the 6 or 7th of the month.
Here’s tonight’s draw in full:
— Scottish FA (@ScottishFA) January 11, 2016