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  1. FT: Kilmarnock 1-1 Dundee Utd (Boyd) (McKay, pen) - Findlay sent off for Killie
  2. FT: Ross Co 2-3 St Johnstone (Boyce, Davies) (Wotherspoon 2, Mackay)
  3. FT: Dundee 0-2 Aberdeen - McGinn and Rooney on target
  4. Celtic P-P Hamilton, Hearts P-P ICT, Partick Th P-P Motherwell
  5. Dumbarton beat Alloa in only Championship fixture to survive weather

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By Andy Campbell

All times stated are UK

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Signing off...

Time for me to go.

Thank you for your company and contributions and well done to all the players and fans who braved the weather for the Scottish fixtures that went ahead today.

FULL-TIME East Kilbride 2-1 Stenhousemuir (aet)

Lowland League side East Kilbride have knocked Scottish League One Stenhousemuir out of the Scottish Cup.

Jack Smith celebrates after scoring for East Kilbride against Stenhousemuir

Jack Smith (pictured) scored both of EK's goals and they will face Huntly or Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale in the fourth round.

Reaction: Kilmarnock 1-1 Dundee Utd

Unlucky not to win it in the end. They deserve a lot of credit for the way they went about it. To a man, they were excellent"

Gary LockeKilmarnock manager

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A draw would have been a fair result, certainly a game of two halves. When will Scotland accept that Highland Clubs are here to stay

County Fan

Reaction: Kilmarnock 1-1 Dundee Utd

It was an entertaining match. We had clearer chances. That's a positive. We just simply need to take them. We're getting there"

Mixu PaatelainenDundee United manager

Reaction: Ross County 2-3 St Johnstone

We showed character and showed what we're about. At 2-2, I thought we weren't going to lose it. Dave Mackay [scores] a wonderful free-kick to win it. Delighted"

Tommy WrightSt Johnstone manager

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when is Mixu going to drop Durnan simply not good enough and as Alan Preston rightly says instead we leave 3 at the back to mark Chris Boyd instead of committing the extra defender to take advantage of the extra man and then go on to win the game. We need Callum Morris back for next week for the huge game next week against thistle a must win and get back to a back four instead of this back 3 formation.

United fan

Scottish Cup

The winner of the EK/Stenny match will host Huntly or Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale in round four.

Goal in Scottish Cup

East Kilbride 2-1 Stenhousemuir

The third-round replay between East Kilbride and Stenhousemuir finished 1-1 at the end of regulation time but 10-man Stenny have fallen behind again with Jack Smith (picture right below) scoring his second of the game for EK.

East Kilbride v Stenhousemuir

Scottish Cup

Cover Rangers' win over Formartine United sets up a fourth-round tie away to Motherwell.

The winner of Wick Academy v Linlithgow Rose will host Forfar Athletic, who beat Queen's Park.

FULL-TIME Scottish Cup

Cove Rangers 4-1 Formartine Utd

Forfar Athletic 2-1 Queen's Park

FULL-TIME Scottish League Two

Stirling Albion 3-1 Elgin City

FULL-TIME Scottish League One

Dunfermline Athletic 3-1 Brechin City

Dunfermline players celebrating

FULL-TIME Scottish Championship

Alloa Athletic 0-2 Dumbarton

Dumbarton players celebrating
Grant Gallagher (centre) added to Mark Docherty's opener in the Sons' win

FT: Ross County 2-3 St Johnstone

St Johnstone's away win is their seventh in a row in all competitions.

FT: Kilmarnock 1-1 Dundee Utd

It's the draw that neither side wanted before kick-off but, in the end, one that Kilmarnock will savour more than the visitors. They rarely looked like a side who were playing with 10 men, despite doing just that for an hour

It was end to end entertainment in woeful conditions but another opportunity missed for Mixu Paateleinen's side - impressive and sharp at times in attack but nervous and unsure at the back. They need to start winning soon if they're to pull another side into a relegation battle

Worrying times for the small band of hardy souls who braved the storm to huddle in hope at the back of the away stand"

FULL-TIME Kilmarnock 1-1 Dundee Utd

It ends all square at Rugby Park. Dundee United arrest a recent run of defeats but they will be disappointed not to have taken all three points against 10-man Kilmarnock.

FULL-TIME Ross County 2-3 St Johnstone

It's all over at Victoria Park with St Johnstone stealing the points after Dave Mackay's late free-kick.

The Perth side move to within a point of third-place Hearts in the Scottish Premiership.

GOAL Ross County 2-3 St Johnstone (Mackay)

Dave Mackay's 25-yard free-kick beats Gary Woods and puts Saints ahead again.

St Johnstone players celebrating

Scottish Cup: East Kilbride 2-2 Stenhousemuir

As things stand...

There's not going to be much change to the Scottish Premiership table with both of the 15:00 games heading for draws.

GOAL Ross County 2-2 St Johnstone (Davies)

It's all square again at Victoria Park as Andrew Davies heads the hosts level.

Andrew Davies scores for Ross County against St Johnstone

Kilmarnock 1-1 Dundee United

There's a real nervousness about Dundee United. They know they should be ahead in this game. Same last week against Hamilton. It'll be a big blow psychologically if they fail to come out on top against 10 men"

Chris McLaughlinBBC Scotland at Rugby Park

Ross County 1-2 St Johnstone

Game on. Great finish by Liam Boyce to give the Staggies some hope"

Barry WilsonFormer Inverness forward at Victoria Park

GOAL Ross County 1-2 St Johnstone (Boyce)

Liam Boyce slams the ball home from inside the box to give County a route back into the match.

Liam Boyce scores for Ross County against St Johnstone

HITS THE WOODWORK Kilmarnock 1-1 Dundee Utd

Craig Slater's shot has the beating of the Dundee United goalkeeper but comes back off the post.

Liam Craig and Jackson Irvine
St Johnstone lead Ross County with the Highlanders unable to claw back their two-goal deficit so far in the second half

Kilmarnock 1-1 Dundee Utd

Some fine football breaking out as the storm eases here in Kilmarnock. Just when you think the home side seem content to play for the point, they break and look dangerous. United on top though with Mckay and Spittal lively but, so far, off target in this second period

Chris McLaughlinBBC Scotland

Fayssal El-Bakhtaoui scores for Dunfermline against Brechin City
Fayssal El-Bakhtaoui was on target in the first half as Dunfermline built up a 2-0 lead against Brechin City

GREAT SAVE! Kilmarnock 1-1 Dundee Utd

Jamie MacDonald denies Blair Spittal to keep Killie level.

Ross County 0-2 St Johnstone

Ten minutes into the second half and Saints are looking very comfortable at the moment. Giving very little away at the back"

Barry WilsonFormer Inverness forward at Victoria Park

Kilmarnock 1-1 Dundee Utd

Connolly looked to pull Spittal back inside the box. Referee John Beaton waves play on. Killie could have been down to nine men. Mixu Paateleinen furious

Chris McLaughlinBBC Scotland at Rugby Park

PENALTY APPEAL Kilmarnock 1-1 Dundee Utd

Blair Spittal tries to get away from Mark Connolly, who appears to tug the Dundee United man's shirt in the box but no penalty for the hosts on this occasion.


Games resuming in today's depleted Scottish fixture card.

Ross County 0-2 St Johnstone

St Johnstone on course for a seventh successive win and a seventh game unbeaten. David Wotherspoon will take the headlines with a double but question marks over goalkeeper Gary Woods for both.

It was a great curling shot for the second but his hand seemed to go beyond the ball as it curled into a more central position. Long way back for the home side against a team very much in form"

Martin DowdenBBC Scotland at Victoria Park

Reaction: Dundee 0-2 Aberdeen

I was disappointed with the performance, especially the first half when we couldn't cope with the intensity Aberdeen played at and we struggled. The second half was better as we worked harder and created a couple of chances but overall it was a disappointing day”

Paul HartleyDundee manager
Dundee manager Paul Hartley

Reaction: Dundee 0-2 Aberdeen

"It was a very good three points as the conditions weren't great but we still produced a lot of quality football at times. We showed a real eagerness to get after the game as we proved right from the start and even in the second half we created some great chances"

Derek McInnes
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes


Scottish Championship

Alloa Athletic 0-0 Dumbarton

Alloa Athletic v Dumbarton

Scottish League One

Dunfermline 2-0 Brechin City

Scottish League Two

Stirling Albion 0-1 Elgin City

Scottish Cup

Cove Rangers 2-0 Formartine Utd

East Kilbride 1-1 Stenhousemuir

East Kilbride v Stenhousemuir

  Forfar Athletic 0-0 Queen's Park  

HALF-TIME Ross County 0-2 St Johnstone

David Wotherspoon's double the difference at the break.