Annan Athletic have been handed a cup clash against Celtic's Colts in the SPFL Trust Trophy.

Peter Murphy's side face a trip to take on the Parkhead B team early in the new season.

The first round tie is the latest meeting between sides who have faced each other before in the Scottish Challenge Cup.

Annan saw off the Colts 3-0 in 2017 before enjoying a 4-0 victory the following season.

The winners of this season's tie - to be played on August 10/11 - will face Morton at home in the second round.

It comes in a season where Celtic Colts will also play in the Scottish Lowland Football League for the first time.

That controversial move was mooted as a one-year "pilot" - but separate proposals are now under way that could see Celtic and Rangers' Colts teams into the SPFL in a year's time.

Murphy's side, meanwhile, are at Airdrie this Saturday in their first of four Premier Sports Cup games, with fixtures against Queen of the South, Queens Park and Motherwell to follow.

The cinch League Two season then gets under way for the Galabankies at home to Forfar on July 31.