The Rangers Colts will face Welsh club Wrexham in the quarter-finals of the Tunnocks Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup – if they can get past Solihull Moors first.

The draw for the last eight of the tournament means that English National League Wrexham AFC will travel to Glasgow should the Ibrox side get past Solihull.

Rangers are set to travel to Solihull to face the Conference side on Wednesday, October 23rd after the club postponed the tie due to youth international call-ups.

Rangers made the fourth round of the competition after beating Northern Irish side Ballymena United 1-0 in the third round of the competition.

It was a stunning result which had fans congratulating the second-string Rangers side which is largely made up of young Ibrox talent.

But it was a match that was shrouded in controversy after Albanian Rangers flop Eros Grezda found himself in controversy for allegedly spitting at an opponent [Scottish Sun].

That has done little to dampen the spirits or successes of the young Colts side who deserve every credit for getting to this stage of the competition.

Development team manager Graeme Murty will be hoping to secure the silverware for Rangers. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Managed by Graeme Murty, the Colts side will now look to the Solihull Moors match with the ambition of getting into the final few rounds of the competition.

If they can engineer a way around the English opposition, then it sets up the tie with Welsh outfit Wrexham back home in Scotland very nicely.

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