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  1. Scottish Cup fourth round
  2. FT: Hearts 0-4 Celtic
  3. Hearts captain Morgaro Gomis sent off on eight minutes
  4. Virgil van Dijk scores twice for Celtic
  5. John Guidetti nets penalty, Anthony Stokes on target
  6. FT: Rangers 3-0 Kilmarnock
  7. Nicky Law (2) and Kris Boyd on target at Ibrox

Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

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That's enough from me. I'm in danger of cramping up after back-to-back games. The matches at Ibrox and Tynecastle were more one-sided than we'd have liked in terms of spectacle but I'm sure that's of no concern to followers of Rangers and Celtic.

We'll bring you tomorrow's draw and you can catch highlights of today's games online later today and on Sportscene at 22:30 GMT.

Enjoy what's left of your weekend.

That's 11 goals for John Guidetti since his loan move from Manchester City. Can Celtic hold on to the big Swedish striker?

Celtic striker Anthony Stokes on BBC Radio Scotland

"We dominated, although the red card has changed the game. We took our time and ground them down, we were professional. After the first goal we were in control.

"We took our foot off the gas a little but that happens. The manager wants us to drive on. He's relentless.

"It's always nice to score here, coming as an ex-Hibs player.

Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson on BBC Radio Scotland

"I thought my players worked really hard. I don't want to get drawn on decisions because we are trying to be dignified and we'll use this as motivation for the rest of the season. I think there's only one person that thinks it's a penalty and that changes the game. At 1-0 you are always in the game but as soon as the second goes in Celtic can start popping the ball around.

"The main aim for us is the league. It would have been nice to have a cup run but it wasn't to be. We were playing against the best team in Scotland and had a man sent off and then there was the penalty. You need the rub of the green and we didn't get it."

Celtic manager Ronny Deila on BBC Radio Scotland

"We were quick to win the ball back and kept them under pressure. In the end, it's about winning and I'm happy to be in the next round.

"It's been a fantastic journey for me so far and I'm looking forward to more and being here for a long time."

The Norwegian has been in the job for six months now...

The draw will be made at 14:00 GMT at Hampden Park. Keep an eye on the BBC Sport website for details.

So, Rangers and Celtic are through to tomorrow's draw for the fifth round of the Scottish Cup following comfortable victories.

They will be joined in the hat / tombola by trophy holders St Johnstone, along with Dundee United, Dundee, Partick Thistle, Hibernian, Queen of the South, Falkirk, Raith Rovers, Arbroath and Spartans.

We need replays for Inverness v St Mirren, Annan v Brechin, Stranraer v Dunfermline and Berwick Rangers v Albion Rovers.

BBC Sportsound pundit Allan Preston

"The penalty was a huge call at that stage of the game against 10 men and the officials got it wrong."


Hearts 0-4 Celtic

Virgil van Dijk (left0 scored twice for Celtic at Tynecastle
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Well, that was a stroll in the park for Celtic after that early red card for Hearts captain Morgaro Gomis. Virgil van Dijk scored twice and really should have had a hat-trick. John Guidetti converted a very, very soft penalty and Anthony Stokes rattled in a low shot.

We're into stoppage time now. This will soon be over.

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Anon: "Being a Jags fan I feel a tiny bit worried ahead of Wednesday night."

Come on, Anon, you guys are still in the Scottish Cup after beating Hamilton yesterday, although it's probably best to forget the recent 6-0 thumping at Cetic Park in the League Cup.

Celtic are top of the league and in the semi-finals of the League Cup. Would you bet against a domestic treble for Ronny Deila's men?

Leigh Griffths lets fly with a wayward shot and it skelps the shins of Celtic team-mate Scott Brown diverting the ball much closer to the target. Goalkeeper Neil Alexander looks on from a static position as the hosts narrowly avoid conceding a fifth goal.

Robbie Buchanan decides to have a go himself and the 18-year-old Hearts replacement forward drills his shot narrowly wide after an enterprising run from halfway.


Kris Commons hammers the ball in from close-range after Neil Alexander fumbles a fierce dig from Aleksander Tonev. Perhaps feeling guilty about the penalty he gave or just sorry for Hearts, referee Willie Collum blows for a mystery infringement. It looks like another poor decision from the whistler.


James Keatings hobbles off, with Scott Robinson coming on.

It's all a bit flat now as Celtic move down the gears. James Keatings is in need of treatment on an ankle injury - or maybe he's just utterly spent after chasing every lost cause up front for Hearts.

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Gaz in Paisley: "Last 32 in Europe. Top of the table. Progressing in both domestic cups. When will Celtic fans start to accept that maybe... just maybe... Deila is the real deal?"

John Guidetti
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Celtic striker John Guidetti salutes the crowd after netting a controversial penalty. The striker simply lost his footing and referee Willie Collum took a while to point to the spot, suggesting he may have had a shout from his assistant. Either way, it was never a penalty...


Hearts youngster Robbie Buchanan is on for Jamie Walker, who appears to be in some discomfort.


Celtic make two more changes as Kris Commons and Leigh Griffiths come on to replace Anthony Stokes and Stefan Johansen. Those two will want to get involved in the scoring and we still have around 25 minutes to go.

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Anon: "That's as disgraceful an award of a penalty as you'll ever see - if John Guidetti had one ounce of sportsmanship about him then he would have held his hands up and told the referee."

Hearts show some spirit as Jamie Walker gets into a shooting position but his effort is easily scooped up by goalkeeper Craig Gordon.


Hearts 0-4 Celtic (Van Dijk)

It's a second goal for Virgil van Dijk, who is standing unattended right in the middle of the six yard box to nod in Stefan Johansen's corner kick. Neil Alexander gets a paw on the ball but can't keep it out.


Celtic withdraw James Forrest and bring on Aleksander Tonev. The wee winger doesn't look too happy about being taken off.

Hearts bring on Prince Buaben for Jason Holt in a bid to beef up their depleted midfield.


Hearts 0-3 Celtic (Stokes)

Celtic skipper Scott Brown slips the ball to Anthony Stokes to the left of the penalty box and the forward finds the opposite bottom corner with a shot after shifting his feet. It wasn't hit with great pace and keeper Neil Alexander should probably be keeping that out.


Hearts 0-2 Celtic (Guidetti)

Brad McKay is booked, probably for his reaction to John Guidetti's tumble rather than any trip - because there wasn't one - and Stefan Johansen is also cautioned for getting involved in some afters. TV replays show there was no contact at all but Guidetti doesn't care a jot as he slams in the penalty.


Spot-kick to Celtic as John Guidetti goes down under pressure from Brad McKay.

Howls of derision from the Hearts fans as Celtic full-back Emilio Izaguirre, in the perfect position to swing in a cross near the byline, loses his footing and falls in a heap under no pressure at all.


We're off and running again at Tynecastle.

The teams are back out and there is no sign of any substitutes.

Hearts are only one goal behind, so we can't write them off. However, they are struggling to retain possession and the 10-men were hanging on against waves of Celtic attacks in the last 15 minutes of the first half. Still, they could grab a goal from a set-piece for example. Stranger things have happened...

Highlights of both today's games will be available online later on and on Sportscene at 22:30 GMT on BBC One Scotland. Nicky Law scored a real belter for Rangers and you really need to see Virgil van Dijk's miss to believe it.

BBC Sportsound pundit Allan Preston

"Celtic have got the game by the scruff of the neck and it's theirs to throw away now. I can't see that happening. The red card has killed the contest."


Hearts 0-1 Celtic

Celtic celebrate Virgil van Dijk's 29th-minute goal
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Celtic are in good shape at Tynecastle. Hearts are down to 10 men after that early red card for Morgaro Gomis and Virgil van Dijk fired the visitors in front after 29 minutes.

John Guidetti and James Forrest exchange passes in the home penalty box but Hearts players are throwing themselves into blocks and the winger can only fire over the top under pressure.

Five minutes to go until half-time and you feel another Celtic goal before the break would kill the tie. The men in maroon are hanging tough, packing men in and around their own penalty box.

A second goal for Virgil van Dijk surely? No! The big defender somehow knocks the ball over the top from no more than a yard after a low corner from Anthony Stokes scoots into his path. Incredible...

What do Hearts do now? They can't go chasing the game with 10 men. I guess the instructions will be to keep it tight and hope they can nick a goal back later.


Hearts 0-1 Celtic (Van Dijk)

Hearts fail to clear from a corner and the ball falls to Anthony Stokes on the left edge of the box. The Irish forward has a wild swipe and the ball flies to Virgil van Dijk, who steers the ball into the bottom corner from near the penalty spot.