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Summary

  1. De Vita volleys County winner
  2. Scottish Cup fourth-round replay
  3. County will play Linlithgow or Forfar
  4. FT: Raith Rovers 0-1 Alloa (Flannigan, pen)
  5. Championship bottom side win in Kirkcaldy

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By Andy Campbell

All times stated are UK

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Ross County players Rafa De Vita and Alex Schalk
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Rafa De Vita (left) came off the bench to score Ross County's winner

Time for me to sign off. Please join us again at the weekend for more live Scottish football coverage, including Dundee United v Celtic on Friday evening.

I think our boys ran Ross County very close. I don't think they could've done much more. They've been fantastic - a real team effort. They don't know how to get beat"

Allan JohnstonDunfermline manager

Scott Davie

BBC Scotland at Victoria Park

"Graham's physicality created space and De Vita crashed in his second goal of the season to seal County's passage into the next round"

Click here to read Scott Davie's match report

Absolutely delighted to be in the next round but it was hard-fought. We've not played well over the two legs. We were lucky and we've certainly taken advantage of that luck tonight"

Jim McIntyreRoss County manager

FULL-TIME Ross County 1-0 Dunfermline

Ross County progress to the fifth round of the Scottish Cup and will host either Linlithgow Rose or Forfar Athletic early next month.

Rafa De Vita was the matchwinner for County.

FULL-TIME Raith Rovers 0-1 Alloa Athletic

Alloa claim a late win at Stark's Park, courtesy of Iain Flannigan's penalty.

Dunfermline have a corner and goalkeeper Sean Murdoch joins his team-mates in the Ross County box but quickly has to rush back after the Pars fail to get the ball in the box.

ADDED TIME

Four minutes of stoppage time begin in Dingwall.

GOAL Raith Rovers 0-1 Alloa Athletic (Flannigan, pen)

Iain Flannigan is fouled by Iain Davidson and the Alloa man converts the penalty to put the Scottish Championship's bottom side ahead.

Raith Rovers 0-0 Alloa Athletic

Still deadlockedin the Scottish Championship match at Stark's Park.

Scott Fox punches clear under pressure from several Dunfermline players. The visitors are running out of time to force extra-time.

SUBSTITUTION

Dunfermline have made their final change with  Michael Moffat making way and Ryan Wallace coming on.

YELLOW CARD

Goalscorer Rafa De Vita is booked after a clumsy challenge.

SUBSTITUTION

Rhys McCabe replaces Ben Richards-Everton for Dunfermline.

Fifteen minutes left in Dingwall.

SUBSTITUTION

Rocco Quinn takes over from Alex Schalk in Ross County's latest change.

Scott Davie

BBC Scotland at Victoria Park

"Super sub Rafa De Vita picks the perfect time to get only his second goal of the season for Ross County with 20 minutes to go.

"Good cross by Michael Gardyne, Brian Graham used his strength to create the opening and it was a great finish.  "Just after Faissel El-Bakhtaoui missed the best chance of the game at the other end too. Can the Pars battle back for a third time in this tie?"

How Dunfermline will be ruing that miss. Brian Graham's perseverance in the box pays off as he puts the Pars defence off and, after Jason Talbot fails to clear, substitute Rafa De Vita buries it on the volley.

GOAL Ross County 1-0 Dunfermline (De Vita)

CLOSE!

Great chance for Dunfermline Faissal El Bakhtaoui plays a one-two with Michael Moffat and gets into an excellent shooting position only to fire straight at Scott Fox.

SUBSTITUTION

Jackson Irvine makes way as Ross County send on Ian McShane.

SUBSTITUTION

David Hopkirk replaces Joe Cardle for Dunfermline.

Scott Davie

BBC Scotland at Victoria Park

"It's getting progressively more scrappy with every passing minute with neither side able to create clear-cut chances.

"The tension is building though as we start to get towards the 'next-goal-the-winner' stage of the tie."

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Brad McKay, playing his second game for Dunfermline, gets in a crucial defensive header to prevent Brian Graham putting Ross County ahead.

Michael Paton shoots straight at Ross County goalkeeper Scott Fox at the end of a promising move by Dunfermline.

Marcus Fraser makes a chance for himself with a run into the Dunfermline box and fires over. Positive start to this second half by Ross County.

KICK-OFF

The match is back underway in Dingwall.

SUBSTITUTION

Jonathan Franks is withdrawn by Ross County with Rafa De Vita coming on for the second half.

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Scott Davie

BBC Scotland at Victoria Park

"Ross County applied a bit more pressure towards the interval but their attacking play was too one dimensional for most of the first half.

"Dunfermline started well and although they didn't threaten much the longer the half went on, the pace they have on the counter-attack means they are still very much in the tie."

HALF-TIME Raith Rovers 0-0 Alloa Athletic

No goals also in tonight's Scottish Championship fixture at Stark's Park.

HALF-TIME Ross County 0-0 Dunfermline

No goals so far in Dingwall. Dunfermline started well but County were the better side towards the interval.

Not as exciting a match as Saturday's encounter and both sides need to find inspiration after the break.

A foul on Alex Schalk gives Ross County a free-kick and Michael Gardyne has a go but it does not trouble goalkeeper Sean Murdoch.

Ross County have picked up the tempo over the last few minutes and Dunfermline will be longing for the half-time whistle more than the hosts at the moment.

Scott Davie

BBC Scotland at Victoria Park

"Brian Graham's heavy touch on the ball lets the Pars defence off the hook after they were caught square again at a set piece. 

"The big striker's struggling to link up with Alex Schalk in only their second start together and County are certainly missing prolific pair Liam Boyce and Craig Curran."

CLOSE!

Brian Graham tries to clip the ball over Sean Murdoch after latching on to a headed knock-down from Andrew Davies but the Ross County forward gets too much on it.