Hibs and St Johnstone have learned their fate in the League Cup semi-final draw after it was completed tonight – with the Easter Road side facing champions Rangers and St. Johnstone facing Celtic.

The last four games take place in November and St. Johnstone will be hoping their recent run of incredible form at Hampden continues as they defend the two domestic cups they won last season.

St. Johnstone and Rangers booked their place in the last four, winning their respective quarter-finals 2-0 and setting themselves up for a November trip to the national stadium.

 

Tonight’s games saw Celtic and Hibs comfortably through to the semis and the Hampden ties should be fantastic occasions as fans get to return to Glasgow’s south side for the first time since the 2020 League Cup final.

Hibs’ win over Dundee United continued their excellent start to the season as they made it seven games unbeaten while St. Johnstone are the form team in the domestic cups over the last 18 months.

The semi-finals take place on the weekend of November 20/21 and the final on Sunday December 19.

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