Celtic have been drawn against Rangers or Cove Rangers in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup, with a tie against St Johnstone or Clyde awaiting in the quarter-final for whichever team progresses.
Fourth-round ties will take place on the weekend of April 17 and quarter-final games are to be played on the weekend of April 24.
Reigning Scottish Cup champions Celtic overcame League One Falkirk 3-0 at Parkhead on Saturday with goals from James Forrest, Ryan Christie and Mohamed Elyounoussi.
Steven Gerrard will be hoping he can lead Rangers to their first successful Scottish Cup campaign since 2009, while interim boss John Kennedy has set his sights on retaining the trophy after Celtic missed out on the 2020/21 Premiership title to their Old Firm rivals.
Inverness, who claimed Highland bragging rights by beating rivals Ross County 3-1 on Friday, will face St Mirren away in the fourth round.
Motherwell play Championship side Greenock Morton after their 5-0 triumph over Formartine United on Saturday. Aberdeen face Livingston in the fourth round after they edged past Dumbarton.
St Johnstone have been drawn to face Clyde and Kilmarnock will play Montrose.
In the two remaining third-round ties, Rangers face Cove Rangers, of the Scottish third tier, in the third round on Sunday evening (kick-off 6:30pm). Queen of the South versus Hibernian takes place on Monday night at Palmerston Park (kick-off 7:45pm).
There are no replays in this season’s Scottish Cup, meaning matches that end in a draw after 90 minutes will go to extra time and penalties if necessary.
Scottish Cup fourth-round draw
Stranraer vs Queen of the South or Hibernian
Motherwell vs Greenock Morton
St Mirren vs Inverness
St Johnstone vs Clyde
Rangers or Cove Rangers vs Celtic
Aberdeen vs Livingston
Forfar vs Dundee United
Kilmarnock vs Montrose
Rangers or Cove Rangers or Celtic vs St Johnstone or Clyde
Kilmarnock or Montrose vs St Mirren or Inverness
Aberdeen or Livingtson vs Forfar or Dundee United
Stranraer or Queen of the South or Hibernian vs Motherwell or Greenock Morton