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Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    We'll have reaction to this afternoon's draw on our website, Sportsound and Reporting Scotland later.

    Thanks for your comments and company. Cheers.

  2. Cup fever

    BBC Scotland was on hand to snap a few pictures of the draw at Hampden.

    BBC Scotland's Jonathan Sutherland interviews Celtic coach John Kennedy
    Image caption: BBC Scotland's Jonathan Sutherland interviews Celtic coach John Kennedy
    The Scottish League Cup draw at Hampden
    Image caption: Many clubs have their eyes on the prize
  3. Get Involved

    Tweet #bbcscotfootball

    Pat Perez: I'll take Rangers! Fancy our chances! Let's go! Hehe #bbcscotfootball

    Adam Campbell: Ross County away. It's certainly winnable. We've already taken one Premier League scalp. Come on ye Bairns! #bbcscotfootball

  4. Post update

    Are you happy with the draw? The sun has put in an appearance.

    Tie of the round? Hibs v Aberdeen looks a corker; as does Kilmarnock v Hearts.

  5. Scottish League Cup draw

    Kilmarnock v Hearts

    Livingston v Inverness CT

    Ross County v Falkirk

    Rangers v St Johnstone

    Celtic v Raith Rovers

    Morton v Motherwell

    Dundee United v Dunfermline Athletic

    Hibernian v Aberdeen

    The ties are scheduled for the midweek of 22/23 September

    Scottish League Cup
    Image caption: More than a few juicy ties to look forward to next month
  6. Your Views

    Tweet #bbcscotfootball

    Desmond Mehaffey: Rangers v St Johnstone. Happy with that #bbcscotfootball

    Max Baggins-Craig: Aberdeen v Hearts (possibly this will be the final, prediction), they're the two most deserved teams without doubt.

  7. Third-round ties

    The third-round ties are scheduled for the midweek of 22/23 September.

  8. Post update

    Hibernian v Aberdeen

  9. Post update

    Dundee United v Dunfermline Athletic

  10. Post update

    Morton v Motherwell

  11. Post update

    Celtic v Raith Rovers

  12. Post update

    Rangers v St Johnstone

  13. Post update

    Ross County v Falkirk

  14. League Cup draw

    Livingston v Inverness CT

  15. League Cup draw

    Kilmarnock v Hearts

  16. Post update

    BBC Sportscene's Jonathan Sutherland draws the first ball...

  17. Here we go...

    Not long to go now. SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster and Pat Bonner share a word or two ahead of the big draw at the National Stadium.

  18. Your Views

    Tweet #bbcscotfootball

    Andy Morris: Hearts for the Cup this year, as long as they don't draw Celtic before they get to Hampden. Would love and Old Firm game too.

    Pat Perez: Hoping for a St Johnstone v Falkirk game. Have a feeling it would be a good game! LOL #bbcscotfootball

  19. Last night's action

    Rangers booked their place in the third round with a 5-0 thumping of Airdrie last night.

    Rangers pair Nathan Oduwa (left) and Gedion Zelalem celebrate at full-time
    Image caption: Rangers were on song against Airdrie

    Championship rivals Hibs, meanwhile, accounted for Stranraer with a 1-0 victory, courtesy of a Scott Rumsby own goal.

    Stranraer's Scott Rumsby turned the ball into his own net
    Image caption: Stranraer's Scott Rumsby netted an own goal as Hibs progressed
  20. Get Involved

    Text using 80295

    David Limond, Shawlands: I'm a Rangers fan and I would love to draw Celtic. It would be the worst Celtic team in 10 years meeting the best Rangers team in 20 years.

    John Lloyd, Rosyth: No club would fancy Dunfermline at East End!

    Mac: Come on Aberdeen! Let's win it again!

  21. Bring me sunshine...

    Thankfully, the heavy rain and blanket of grey clouds above Hampden have given way to the odd sliver of blue sky.

    It's not barbecue weather out there but it's a start...

  22. YOUR VIEWS

    Tweet #bbcscotfootball

    Craig Mckenzie: I'd take Rangers at home for the mighty Dons. Let's see how good they really are under Mark Warburton!

    Reece: Hoping for a Glasgow derby in the draw ... Oh wait Thistle are Out #bbcscotfootball

    Rangers Till We Die: Think as a Rangers fan we'd take almost anyone on. I fancy Celtic at Ibrox... we'd welcome the chase.

    Gary Martin: Give us Celtic at Ibrox...#WarburtonIsMagic #bbcscotfootball

  23. Who's all in the draw?

    Seeded clubs and numbers:

    1 Celtic

    2 Aberdeen

    3 Inverness CT

    4 St Johnstone

    5 Dundee United

    6 Ross County

    7 Kilmarnock

    8 Motherwell

    Scottish League Cup draw

    Unseeded clubs and numbers:

    9 Hearts

    10 Hibernian

    11 Rangers

    12 Falkirk

    13 Raith Rovers

    14 Livingston

    15 Morton

    16 Dunfermline Athletic

  24. Unseeded teams

    The teams that finished in the top five of last season's Premiership enter the competition.

    Hearts, Hibernian and Rangers are among the unseeded teams and could face Premiership opponents.

    We couldn't see a certain draw, could we?

    BBC Scotland is streaming events live from Hampden...

  25. GET INVOLVED

    Tweet #bbcscotfootball

    Iain: Well, with Thistle out I'm going to be like an urchin looking through the glass of the sweetie shop, but OK then.

  26. GET INVOLVED

    Who do you fancy in the draw? Text 80295, tweet using #bbcscotfootball or @bbcthomasmcg

  27. Hampden date

    BBC Sportscene presenter Jonathan Sutherland is hosting proceedings from 14:30 BST.

    The draw will be conducted by SPFL Chief Executive Neil Doncaster, along with former Celtic goalkeeper Pat Bonner.

  28. Luck of the draw

    Glasgow may be under torrential rain this afternoon, but a ray of sunshine has appeared in the form of the Scottish League Cup draw at Hampden.

    Scottish League Cup
    Image caption: Clubs are dreaming of making it all the way to Hampden in March

    Holders Celtic, Aberdeen, Inverness CT, St Johnstone and Dundee United are among the seeded teams awaiting to hear their fate when the balls are drawn at the National Stadium.