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Home tie against Stranraer waiting if Brora Rangers can make it past Camelon Juniors and Hearts in opening rounds of Scottish Cup

By Andrew Henderson

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Brora Rangers could have a home tie against Stranraer in the third round of the Scottish Cup if they can make it past two other opponents first.

The Cattachs are still to play their first round match against Camelon Juniors after a string of postponements, with a home fixture against Hearts awaiting the winner of that tie in the second round.

Brora do have a decent recent history in the competition, reaching the fourth round in 2014/15 and the fifth round in 2017/18 – where they were rewarded with a trip to Premiership outfit Kilmarnock.

Stranraer defeated Kelty Hearts 3–2 in the second round of this year's competition, after thrashing The Spartans 5–0 in the first round.

Third round matches are scheduled to take place on the weekend of Saturday, January 30.

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