Rangers have been drawn against Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-finals.
Rangers have been drawn against their Old Firm rivals Celtic in the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup, having hammered Dundee on Saturday afternoon.
The Gers swept Dundee aside with a 4-0 victory, as goals from Harry Forrester, Jason Holt, Andy Halliday and Lee Wallace sent Rangers into the last four of the competition.
Fans were then handed a real treat, as Rangers were drawn against their Old Firm rivals Celtic, after they beat Morton 3-0 earlier this afternoon.
The two sides met last season in the Scottish League Cup, with Celtic winning the tie 2-0 at Hampden Park, but that's the only game the two teams have played against each other since 2012.
This is a much different Rangers team to the one that rolled over against Celtic over a year ago though, as manager Mark Warburton has enjoyed a superb season, losing just two league games.
After the draw was made, a host of Rangers players took to Twitter to share their excitement, as youngsters Jordan Thompson, Tom Lang and Ross McCrorie all reacted with great pleasure at being paired up with Celtic.
Former Rangers star Peter Lovenkrands - who had a superb record against Celtic during his playing days at Ibrox - also reacted on Twitter, saying he can't wait for the game to be played next month.
Here are some of the reactions from Rangers players past and present after being drawn against Celtic in the Scottish Cup...
what a draw that is— Tom Lang (@TomLang05) March 6, 2016
Old Firm, keeeemon!!— Ross McCrorie (@RossMcCrorie4) March 6, 2016
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