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Dundee derby in cup

Dundee United are to host neighbours Dundee in the Scottish League Cup third round.

Holders Aberdeen welcome Livingston to Pittodrie and Celtic meet Championship pacesetters Hearts.

And Rangers tackle Inverness Caledonian Thistle if they can defeat Falkirk in their delayed second round tie.

Elsewhere, Hamilton Academical host rivals Motherwell, Hibernian travel to Ross County, Kilmarnock entertain St Johnstone and Partick Thistle are paired with visitors St Mirren.

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Date:Wednesday August 27 2014

Time: 1:32PM

 

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