Kilmarnock to win and both teams to score NO is 8/11.
Will Kilmarnock get the win they need to qualify for the second round?
So far, Derek McInnes’ side have accumulated seven points in this group, most recently swatting aside Montrose last weekend.
Kerr McInroy, Daniel Armstrong and Oli Shaw on target at Links Park.
Thus, if the Championship win this one, or win following a penalty shootout, that should be enough to see them get through.
Stenhousemuir of League Two meanwhile are still in with a chance of a top two finish.
They hammered Fraserburgh 3-0 last Saturday before a 2-0 victory over Montrose in mid-week.
So, if Stenny cause a massive upset at Rugby Park and win, they could be taking their place in the last 16.
Will Kilmarnock be far too strong for their fourth-tier visitors?