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  1. Scottish Cup fifth round draw completed
  2. Dundee entertain Celtic in all-Premiership tie
  3. Lowland League Spartans at home to Berwick Rangers or Albion Rovers
  4. Ties to be played on 7 or 8 February 2015

Live Reporting

By Roddie McVake

All times stated are UK

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That's it from me then. Keep an eye on the BBC Sport Scotland website for reaction to today's draw.

Thanks very much for joining us.

So the fifth round draw has been made.

All that's left now is for the eight sides involved in replays to battle it out to ensure their place in the next round.

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Martin: "Decent draw for the Hibees, maybe this will be the year.."

Neil Robertson: "Superb home tie at Anslie Park v Berwick or Albion Rvrs for the mighty Spartans."

James Whitson: "Yet again #PartickThistle drawn against a team from the same league. Dull, dull, dull."

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Tam from Edinburgh: "Hibs all the way to final then."

Logie: "Great draw for the Bairns!!"

Patrick: "Dundee away about as tough as it gets - if Celtic are going to win the treble we're going to have to do it the hard way!"

Another stand-out tie is Rangers against Raith Rovers at Ibrox.

Raith Rovers

The Stark's Park outfit beat the Ibrox men in the Challenge Cup Final at Easter Road last season and will be hoping for a repeat when they face their fellow-Championship side in February.

Maths was never my strong point but it looks as though there will be a maximum of four Premiership teams in the draw for the quarter-finals.

Is the door creaking open for a shock winner?

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Alan: "I fancy Dundee against Celtic given Clarkson is as good as a 1 goal start."

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Colin: "I bet Spartans are happy with that home draw. Absolutely nothing to stop them reaching the Quarter Finals!"

Paul Hartley's Dundee side drew 1-1 with the Scottish Champions at Dens Park in August and just last week they ran Ronny Deila's side close again, losing 2-1 at Celtic Park.

There were five all-Premiership ties in round four and today's draw has thrown up two more.

Alan Archibald's Partick Thistle side will entertain the winner of Tuesday night's replay between St Mirren and Inverness CT.

The tie of the fifth round, however, is arguably Dundee v Celtic.

So Spartans director David Bryce was granted his Scottish Cup wish of a home draw.

And with Berwick Rangers or Albion Rovers heading to Ainslie Park, the Lowland League outfit might just fancy their chances of sealing a spot in the last eight.

Here's the fifth round draw in full:

Queen of the South v St Johnstone

Rangers v Raith Rovers

Dundee v Celtic

Hibernian v Arbroath

Falkirk v Annan Athletic or Brechin City

Stranraer or Dunfermline Athletic v Dundee United

Partick Thistle v St Mirren or Inverness CT

Spartans v Berwick Rangers or Albion Rovers

The fifth round ties will be played on 7 or 8 February.

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Ted: "Excellent draw for Queen of the South. Holders out?"

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So that's the draw complete.

Let us know your thoughts.

Spartans v Berwick Rangers or Albion Rovers

Partick Thistle v St Mirren or Inverness CT

Stranraer or Dunfermline Athletic v Dundee United

Falkirk v Annan Athletic or Brechin City

Hibernian v Arbroath

Dundee v Celtic

Rangers v Raith Rovers

Queen of the South v St Johnstone

Former Wigan, Bolton, Burnley and St Johnstone manager Owen Coyle will pull the names out.

It's almost time for the draw...

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David Dick: Rangers Vs Celtic at Ibrox

Also in the hat for today's draw are Lowland League outfit Spartans, who have cornered the market in terms of Cup romance this term.

Their giant killing exploits have accounted for Clyde and Morton so far and director David Bryce told BBC Scotland earlier today that he is

dreaming of a home draw.

Will he get his wish...

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Paul: "Would like Queen of the South away for Dundee. Nearest game for the Manchester Dark Blues!!"

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The Wright stuff

St Johnstone winning the Scottish Cup

St Johnstone made history last season when manager

Tommy Wright's men won the trophy for the first time in the club's history, beating Dundee United in the final, and the men from Perth are in the mix again after seeing off Ross County on Saturday.

The line-up for the draw is as follows:

Annan Athletic or Brechin City


Berwick Rangers or Albion Rovers



Dundee United



Inverness CT or St Mirren

Partick Thistle

Queen of the South

Raith Rovers



St Johnstone

Stranraer or Dunfermline

All but four of Saturday's fourth round ties were settled at the first attempt, meaning 20 teams remain in the competition, all with their hearts set on lifting the oldest domestic trophy in world football in the end-of-season showpiece.

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The names should start coming out of the hat at 14:00 and we're keen to hear your take on proceedings.

Text us on 80295, tweet using the hashtag #bbcscotfootball or post comments at the BBC Sport Scotland Facebook page.

Good afternoon and welcome to BBC Scotland's coverage of the fifth round draw for the Scottish Cup.