WREXHAM have been handed a home tie against Ayr United as the make a first foray into the Scottish Challenge Cup.

The Scottish Championship outfit will visit The Racecourse in the third round of the competition over the weekend of September 7/8.

Connah's Quay Nomads, beaten finalists last season, also have home advantage as Scottish League Two side Cove Rangers head to Flintshire.

Former Wrexham attacker Michael Bakare scored for Nomads in last season's final, but Ross County ended up running out 3-1 victors.

The New Saints head to Stenhousemuir, while Solihull Moors head to Lowland League outfit Kelty Hearts, managed by former Scotland international Barry Ferguson.