WREXHAM will travel to either Solihull Moors or Rangers Colts in the quarter-finals of the Scottish Challenge Cup.

Dean Keates' side booked their place in the last eight with a 4-1 fourth round victory over St Mirren under 21s on Saturday.

The quarter-finals are scheduled to take place on the weekend of November 15-17 and Wrexham could come up against National League counterparts Solihull.

Moors' fourth-round match against Rangers Colts will be played on Tuesday October 29.

Meanwhile, Wrexham face Sheffield FC at The Racecourse tonight in an historic FA Youth Cup Third Qualifying Round tie.

The match takes place at the oldest international football stadium in the world and will host the world’s oldest football club, Sheffield FC, against Wrexham - the oldest football club in Wales.