Annan Athletic have been drawn at home to Old Firm giants Rangers in the fifth round of the Scottish Cup.

Peter Murphy's side earned the plum tie after a thrilling 4-3 extra-time victory over Clydebank.

They will host Gianni van Bronckhorst's Scottish champions at Galabank next month.

The mouthwatering tie will see Annan take on the Glasgow club for the first time since the 2016/17 season, when the Galabankies lost 2-0 at Ibrox in the Scottish League Cup.

And it will be the Gers' first visit to Annan since January 2013, when they were league rivals, Rangers winning 3-1 on that occasion in the Third Division.

The cup tie, set to be played on the weekend of February 12, could see stars like Alfredo Morelos facing Murphy's men.

While Rangers eased into the fifth round with a 4-0 win over Stirling Albion on Friday, Annan were involved in a pulsating tie at Holm Park the following afternoon.

Former Carlisle United youngster Owen Moxon shot Annan into an early lead before Hamish McKinlay levelled for the West of Scotland League side before half-time.

Another ex-Carlisle man, Matt Douglas, put Annan back in front but a Christopher Black leveller for Clydebank took the tie to extra-time.

Ciaran Mulcahy struck four minutes into extra-time and the underdogs looked set to pull of an upset - until ex-Carlisle City forward Rob McCartney rescued Annan in the 119th minute.

And then deep into added time, Iain Anderson became Annan's hero with the dramatic goal that took them through.

It was a tenth game unbeaten in all competitions for Annan, whose boss, Carlisle United legend Murphy, was recently named League Two manager of the month for December.

Rangers are currently four points clear of Celtic at the top of the Scottish Premiership, with Annan sitting third in League Two.