Dundee United will face Highland opposition in the quarter-finals of the William Hill Scottish Cup after the draw was made in Dingwall.
Former Tannadice striker Billy Dodds and ex-Dundee goalkeeper Rab Douglas paired the Tangerines at home against the winners of the Inverness Caley Thistle versus Ross County replay when they picked out the numbers following that 2-2 draw.
The second Highland derby will take place a week tomorrow at the Caledonian Stadium.
Of course, the Tannadice side beat County to lift the cup in 2010.
It means there will definitely be a Championship side in the semi-finals and it is a rare home tie in the competition for United after they had to travel in the previous two games against Montrose and St Mirren.
Robbie Neilson’s men battled through to the last eight by beating the Buddies 2-1 at the Simple Digital Arena in Paisley at the weekend.
Now it is either the Caley Jags or Staggies standing in their way as they dream about a semi-final at Hampden.
In the other ties, Aberdeen will host either Kilmarnock or Rangers, Partick Thistle face Hearts at Firhill and Hibs will welcome Celtic.
The ties are to be played over the weekend of March 2-3.
The cup clash means that United’s huge home Championship match against County will have to be moved.
That league fixture was due to go ahead on Saturday, March 2, but will now be rearranged.