Hampden Park and Tynecastle to host Scottish League Cup semi-finals
Celtic face Ross County, with Hibernian up against St Johnstone in the competition's final four.
The venues for the semi-finals of the 2015/16 Scottish League Cup have been announced.
Hampden Park will host the final four clash between holders Celtic and Ross County, with Hibernian and St Johnstone facing each other at Tynecastle.
Both semi-finals will kick-off at 3pm, with Hibs and St Johnstone's match to be played on Saturday, 30 January and the clash between Celtic and Ross County on Sunday, 31 January.
Celtic reached the last four by defeating Raith Rovers at home before a 2-1 win over Hearts at Tynecastle.
St Johnstone, who enjoyed two 3-1 away wins in the competition so far, ending the hopes of Rangers and then Morton.
Ross County came through ties against Ayr United, Falkirk and Inverness to reach this stage, knocking in 11 goals in the space of three matches.
Hibernian were the last side to take their place in the semi-finals, defeating Dundee United 3-0 at Easter Road.
United’s was the second Premiership scalp taken by Alan Stubbs’ team, following the win against Aberdeen in the quarter-finals. Hibs had previously accounted for Stranraer and Montrose in the earlier rounds.