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  1. FT: Rangers 0-0 Kilmarnock
  2. Higginbotham sent off for Kilmarnock
  3. FT: Annan 1-4 Morton, FT: Dumbarton 0-0 Dundee, FT: Dundee Utd 1-0 Partick Th, FT: Motherwell 1-2 ICT, FT: Ross County 4-2 Linlithgow
  4. Premiership: FT: St Johnstone 3-4 Aberdeen (Wotherspoon, Anderson, Scobbie; Rooney 2, Pawlett, McGinn)

Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

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That's enough from me. 

I suspect you're all off watching the rugby now but if there's anyone left out there thanks for your company and enjoy the rest of your Saturday.

"There are more chances of seeing a unicorn in East Kilbride tomorrow than Celtic losing," says BBC Radio Scotland's Chick Young.

You can follow that 15:00 GMT kick-off on BBC Scotland, it's on the telly, it's being streamed online and the radio team will be there too.

After holding on for that 4-3 win in Perth, Aberdeen are level on points with Premiership leaders Celtic, who enjoy a vastly superior goal difference and have played a game less.

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes on BBC Radio Scotland

"The players deserve credit for getting over the line. Games against Celtic take it out of you - we had a lot of tired bodies out there after putting so much into Wednesday night. At 2-1 we needed a response and we got that with two more goals. We're unbeaten in over three months and throughout it all the players are giving us 100% commitment."

Ross County, Dundee United and Morton join Scottish Cup holders Inverness CT in the last eight.

Dundee were held to a goalless draw at boggy Dumbarton and Rangers and Killie also drew a blank. Those replays will be played on 16 February.

Tomorrow, Edinburgh rivals Hearts and Hibs go at it at Tynecastle, while Celtic meet minnows East Kilbride. 

St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright on BBC Radio Scotland

"Overall, we probably did enough to get something from the game but we can't give away four soft goals like that at home. Give the players credit for scoring three and keeping at it but we should never have been in that position."

That's 13 goals in 2 games served up by St Johnstone and Aberdeen, the Dons avenging a 5-1 loss at Pittodrie with today's 4-3 success in Perth.

Ross County manager Jim McIntyre on BBC Radio Scotland

"We were sloppy on the ball, we didn't move it quick enough, but all credit must go to Linlithgow Rose.

"We'll see what the draw brings but that and the League Cup final are on the back-burner because we've got a lot of tough games coming up."

The Ton go marching on

FT: Annan 1-4 Morton

Morton are into the last eight in the Scottish Cup after a polished performance at Galabank.

Stefan McCluskey was the main man for the Greenock side, knocking in a hat-trick.

Stefan McCluskey

Juniors go down fighting

FT: Ross County 4-2 Linlithgow Rose

It's the end of the road for Linlithgow Rose in the Scottish Cup but the juniors put up a good fight in Dingwall. They drew level with League Cup finalists Ross County before the interval and hit back for 3-2 before Brian Graham bagged his second goal of the day.

Linlithgow Rose

League Two

Full-time scores

Arbroath 1-1 Stirling

Berwick 2-2 East Stirling

Montrose 2-2 East Fife

Queen's Park 0-0 Elgin

League One

Full-time scores

Airdrieonians 2-0 Cowdenbeath

Ayr 1-2 Peterhead 

Forfar 1-1 Stranraer

Stenhousemuir 0-3 Dunfermline

Well, well. That's was an action-packed afternoon. Late goals all over the place, with Scottish Cup holders Inverness CT and Dundee United progressing to the quarter-finals in the closing stages.

St Johnstone struck twice in the last 10 minutes but it wasn't enough to prevent Aberdeen leaving McDiarmid Park with maximum points.


St Johnstone 3-4 Aberdeen

The Dons draw level on points with Premiership leaders Celtic after a late scare in Perth. Close to 3,000 visiting supporters explode with relief/delight.


Dundee Utd 1-0 Partick Thistle


Annan 1-4 Morton


Dumbarton 0-0 Dundee


Motherwell 1-2 Inverness CT


Ross County 4-2 Linlithgow Rose


St Johnstone 3-4 Aberdeen (Scobbie)

This one isn't over just yet as Tam Scobbie thunders in a shot from 18 yards.


Motherwell 1-2 Inverness CT (Roberts)

Caley Thistle substitute Jordan Roberts twists one way then another before cracking in a wonderful shot.


Dundee Utd 1-0 Partick Thistle (Fraser)

Blair Spittal opens up the Jags defence with a lovely reverse pass and substitute Scott Fraser finishes in style with a lovely curling strike.

St Johnstone 2-4 Aberdeen

Ash Taylor should be scoring there for Aberdeen but the big defender powers a header from eight yards straight into the arms of Saints keeper Alan Mannus.


St Johnstone 2-4 Aberdeen (Anderson)

That might cheer Tommy Wright up a little. Steven Anderson wins a header from a corner and it takes a deflection on its way past goalie Scott Brown.


St Johnstone 1-4 Aberdeen (Rooney)

Saints boss Tommy Wright will be horrified by what he's seeing as Adam Rooney brushes off two weak challenges to slot the ball past Alan Mannus.


Annan 1-4 Morton (Flynn)

A late consolation for the League Two side as Matt Flynn finds the net with a header.


Ross County 4-2 Linlithgow Rose (Graham)

The Premiership side are stung into an immediate response, with Brian Graham leathering home a strike from 18 yards to restore the two-goal cushion.


Ross County 3-2 Linlithgow Rose (MacLennan)

Wait a minute... the juniors are right back in it as Ruari MacLennan finishes off a lovely flowing move.


St Johnstone 1-3 Aberdeen (McGinn)

Simon Church breaks forward, beating the Saints' offside trap, and sets up Niall McGinn for a simple finish.


Dumbarton 0-0 Dundee

Dundee's Kane Hemmings slides the ball into Dumbarton's net but he's long been flagged offside by the assistant referee.


Annan 0-4 Morton (McCluskey)

Hat-trick for Stefan McCluskey (left in the picture below) as the midfielder crashes in a shot from the edge of the penalty area.

Stefan McCluskey (left)


Motherwell 1-1 Inverness CT (McDonald)

One from the training ground... Scott McDonald moves off the post from a corner to nod home a powerful header from Stephen McManus.


Annan 0-3 Morton (McCluskey)

Stefan McCluskey doubles his tally and it looks like game over at Galabank.


Ross County 3-1 Linlithgow Rose (Schalk)

Alex Schalk gives the hosts some breathing space, shooting home soon after a goal was disallowed for County, with the referee bringing back a free-kick he wasn't ready for. Controversy over in the blink of an eye...


St Johnstone 1-2 Aberdeen

Aberdeen winger Jonny Hayes surges almost 60 yards up the park to lay the ball off for Adam Rooney, who then curls a shot narrowly wide of the far post.


Ross County 2-1 Linlithgow Rose (Graham)

The Premiership side are back in front and the damage is done from a corner again as Brian Graham rises at the near post to crash in a powerful header from Ian McShane's delivery.


St Johnstone 1-2 Aberdeen (Wotherspoon)

Lovely finish. David Wotherspoon brings the hosts right back into the game, picking his spot with a neat shot.

Motherwell 0-1 Inverness CT

Now Inverness miss a close-range chance as Miles Storey cuts the ball back for Danny Williams but the final shot is blocked by a 'Well defender.

Motherwell 0-1 Inverness CT

Oh dear, bad miss for Motherwell... Chris Cadden slides a peach of a ball into the path of Stephen Pearson right in front of goal but the former Celtic midfielder somehow misses the target from six yards.


St Johnstone 0-2 Aberdeen

Alan Mannus needs to look lively to keep out an Adam Rooney header as the visitors go close to extending their lead in Perth.


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