Highland League side Formartine United are set to face Premiership club Partick Thistle in the Scottish Cup fourth round.
Their captain Paul Lawson was on the wrong end of two of the biggest shock results in Scottish football history.
We have picked out our own top 10, which includes Aberdeen’s 2-0 defeat away to Stenhousemuir in 1995.
The list also includes Highland League side Inverness Thistle’s famous victory over Kilmarnock in 1985.
1967 – Berwick Rangers 1 Rangers 0
Sammy Reid scored the only goal in what is regarded as the king of Scottish Cup shock results.
Future Ibrox boss Jock Wallace was in goal for the Wee Gers as they knocked out the cup holders at Shielfield Park in front of a capacity 13,365 crowd.
1982 – Hearts 0 Forfar 1
Only 5,672 fans turned out at Tynecastle to witness the Loons winning in the fourth round.
Former Celtic player Stevie Hancock scored for the Second Division side.
1984 – East Fife 2 Hibs 0
The Fifers held Hibs at Easter Road to earn a third-round replay.
Tom McCafferty and Stevie Kirk scored past Hibs and Scotland keeper Alan Rough to give the Second Division strugglers a famous victory.
1985 – Inverness Thistle 3 Kilmarnock 0
This defeat by Highland League opposition is regarded as the worst in Kilmarnock’s history.
The Jags totally dominated and earned victory through goals from Dave Milroy, Gordon Hay and Brian Fraser.
1987 – Rangers 0 Hamilton 1
Adrian Sprott wrote his name into Scottish Cup folklore by netting the only goal at Ibrox.
His goal stunned Graeme Souness’ star-studded Rangers side.
1995 – Stenhousemuir 2 Aberdeen 0
Roy Aitken’s second match in charge as Dons boss ended in disaster at Ochilview.
Dairy farmer Tommy Steele had worked that morning before scoring twice for the Second Division Warriors.
2000 – Celtic 1 Inverness Caley Thistle 3
Steve Paterson led the Highlanders to a win that led to the sacking of Celtic manager John Barnes.
Goals from Barry Wilson and future Don Paul Sheerin and an own goal by Lubomir Moravcik ensured super Caley could go ballistic in Glasgow.
2003 – Falkirk 4 Hearts 0
The Bairns went goal crazy inside the opening 31 minutes as they beat the Jam Tarts in the third round.
Collin Samuel scored a hat-trick and Owen Coyle got the fourth to delight Falkirk boss Ian McCall.
2006 – Clyde 2 Celtic 1
Roy Keane’s debut match for Celtic proved to be a nightmare for the former Manchester United captain.
Craig Bryson and Eddie Malone scored on a day that ended in calls for the head of Hoops boss Gordon Strachan.
2013 – Albion Rovers 1 Motherwell 0
Rovers were third bottom of Scotland’s lowest division when they welcomed the Steelmen to Cliftonville.
Gary Phillips scored the winner in the third minute of injury-time.