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  1. Scottish Cup replays
  2. FT: Hibernian 1-0 Hearts (Cummings)
  3. Hibs' Cummings and Hearts' Augustyn sent off
  4. FT: Kilmarnock 1-2 Rangers (Waghorn, Clark) (McKenzie)
  5. Premiership result
  6. Dundee United 0-3 Motherwell (McManus, McDonald 2)

Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

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So, Hibs have bragging rights following tonight's pulsating Edinburgh derby win. Alan Stubbs' men have booked a Scottish Cup quarter final tie against holders Inverness CT.

Victory at Rugby Park sees Rangers through to face Dumbarton or Dundee, meanwhile, Dundee United's relegation fears are heightened with a bruising defeat by Motherwell.

We'll have highlights of all three games on our website tomorrow. 

Thanks for your company tonight.    

Dundee United boss Mixu Paatelainen

United 0-3 Motherwell

"The first goal is always important but after that we had chances. On the other hand, set-piece goals against us, the first two goals were set-pieces. They cost us.

"It's been the story of the season - conceding goals like that.

"I'm disappointed we've lost the game, I thought we had plenty to worry them. But we were flat and the performance was unacceptable.

"We'll concentrate now on Saturday's match [at home to Hearts] and do our best.

"It [trying to avoid relegation] is a long road."

United are 13 points adrift at the foot of the Premiership with 13 league games remaining.

Dundee United boss Mixu Paatelainen

Kilmarnock assistant boss Lee McCulloch

Kilmarnock 1-2 Rangers

"A lapse in concentration in the first minute of the game gifted a penalty - and I think it was a clear penalty - but we showed great character to come back into the game. Usually this season if we've gone 1-0 down, we've collapsed and it's ended up four or five. But we showed great character, [scored] a great goal and then a lapse in concentration in the last minute of the game has cost us not picking up at a set play. In the last 25 minutes, Rangers really dominated, created chances and probably deserved to go through."                  

Kilmarnock assistant boss Lee McCulloch

Motherwell boss Mark McGhee

Dundee United 0-3 Motherwell

"We got a goal just before half time - a great time to score. We set out to do a job and I thought we did it very well. 

"The fact it was 3-0 is a bonus but I think we did enough to win the game.

"Once it went to 2-0 I never really felt under that much pressure. The goalie was in good form; the back three were terrific and everyone else did their jobs.

"So, I can't complain. And it was important for the supporters because Saturday [the defeat by Kilmarnock] was such a disappointment for everyone."    

Two-goal Motherwell hero Scott McDonald is congratulated by his team-mates at Tannadice

Hibs head coach Alan Stubbs

Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

"Jason Cummings' [first booking] is what we’ve said all along: we’re not allowed to celebrate now. 

"Jason didn’t leave the pitch, I don’t think he’s been provocative, he’s just stood there. The second booking I think is for kicking the ball away, which is not what he did. If anything, he was getting the ball. We’re disappointed with that. 

"I thought the red cards spoiled the game a little bit. We want to play these games and these occasions with 11 players on the pitch for both teams.

"When you look at the whole of the game, I thought we had the clearer chances. Hearts put us under a lot of pressure with balls into the box where anything can happen.

"They had a couple of goals disallowed for offside – I’ve seen them and they were offside – but they are a really good team. We stood up to everything they’ve thrown at us and I don’t think anyone can deny us going through tonight."

Hibs boss Alan Stubbs
Hibernian striker Jason Cummings is given his marching orders

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Dundee United can't stay up after that result. Not sure they appointed the right manager. Good club badly mismanaged.


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Come on Gers. We can go all the way and win this!

Dave B Singapore Rangers.

Sending off 'shocking'

Miguel Pallardo was shown the red card in a fiery Edinburgh derby at Easter Road.

Asked for his assessment of the dismissal, Neilson said: "shocking."

"It's not a sending off. The boy shies it back to him and we're trying to get the game going. He throws it back to the exact area where the free kick is [going to be taken] but I don't think the referee sees it.

"I think he just sees the ball coming back in."    

Miguel Pallardo is sent off

Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson

Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

"We're devastated to be put out [of the Scottish Cup]. We should've scored at the end and had numerous chances.

"We had the ball in the net twice [chalked off for offside] and other chances we didn't take. The game was lost in the last 10 minutes of the first leg. 

"We lost a bad goal at the start then dominate the rest of the game but don't take our chances." 

Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson

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Mixu again proving to be a poor appointment. Sitting making no changes as more points ebb away to inevitable relegation.


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Another Premiership scalp for Hibs. No surprise really. They're a Premiership side stuck in the wrong league

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Go on the Teddy Bears!!

Steve O

Following your coverage from Barbados and disgusted to follow news from Tannadice. How can the fortunes of a great club change so quickly? Answer? Gross mismanagement. Shambles!


United headache

Motherwell's 3-0 victory at Tannadice leaves Dundee United, 13 points adrift at the foot of the table, with the proverbial mountain to climb.

Can Mixu's Men somehow avoid relegation?

Cup update

The Hibs fans express their appreciation via the club classic Sunshine On Leith. With victory and bragging rights following the Edinburgh derby, Hibs will face Scottish Cup holders Inverness CT in the last eight. 

Rangers will take on the winners of Dundee v Dumbarton in the quarter finals.

FULL-TIME Dundee United 0-3 Motherwell

FULL-TIME Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

CLOSE! Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

Another massive chance for the Jambos. Juanma stabs his shot wide from point-blank range. There are five minutes of stoppage time for Hearts to snatch this one from the fire.

FULL-TIME Kilmarnock 1-2 Rangers

Nick it at the end?

Kilmarnock 1-2 Rangers

Rangers take the lead in injury time at Rugby Park and Nicky Clark is the man of the moment, his close range header firing the visitors in front.

Nicky Clark scores the winner for Rangers

GOAL Kilmarnock 1-2 Rangers (Clark)

Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

Hibs are really on the ropes here as the final minutes of normal time tick away. Anthony Stokes cuts a forlorn figure around the halfway line - Hearts flying forward in pursuit of the equaliser.  

Steelmen show mettle

Mark McGhee's side are motoring towards victory at Tannadice and navigating safe passage out of the bottom two. 

Scott McDonald, Dundee United's tormentor-in-chief, grabs his second and Motherwell's third of the night with a 25-yard piledriver.

Another dagger to Dundee United hearts...

GOAL Dundee United 0-3 Motherwell (McDonald)

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That's it confirmed, Dundee United are a goner #bbcsportscot

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addicted to #bbcsportscot radio for the #Hibs and #Hearts game Bettwer than the #PSGvCFC game #2redcards #3disslowed goals #ComeonHearts

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Atmosphere at Leith San Siro sounds immense! Hibs must now have the biggest attendances at both Edinburgh Gounds now? #bigteam #bbcsportscot

RED CARD Jason Cummings

Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

What a ridiculous two-minute period in this game. Hearts lose Augustyn, then Hibs' star striker Jason Cummings is also shown a second yellow for something said to referee John Beaton. 

Like a scene from Total Wipeout, or for an older audience, It's A Knockout...

RED CARD Blazej Augustyn

Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

Blazej Augustyn is sent-off! A crazy second yellow for the Hearts stopper as he throws the ball away from a Hibs free-kick. Could that prove a pivotal moment in this tumultuous Edinburgh derby?

Whacka from Macca

Dundee United 0-2 Motherwell

The predatory Scott McDonald doubles Motherwell's lead, lashing the ball home from close range.

Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

Richard Wilson

BBC Scotland at Easter Road

"Hearts are much more prominent in this half, even if the game is often untidy and hurried. It is occasionally fiery, too, and the referee John Beaton has handled it shrewdly. Hibs have been less threatening in attack, so the score line remains finely balanced, although John McGinn has been the outstanding player so far."

GOAL Dundee United 0-2 Motherwell (McDonald)


Kilmarnock 1-1 Rangers

Kilmarnock goakeeper Jamie MacDonald shows his worth again as he pushes a Jason Holt effort round the post.

GREAT SAVE! Hibs 1-0 Hearts

Hearts keeper Neil Alexander saves comfortably from Jason Cummings as Hibs mount a rare but rapid raid forward. 

The Jambos continue to enjoy the better of the second half but they still trail at Easter Road.


Dundee United 0-1 Motherwell

So close to a Dundee United equaliser as Blair Spittal sends a header against the crossbar after goalkeeper Connor Ripley flaps at a John Rankin cross. 

A case of the Talented Mr Ripley? 

Dundee United 0-1 Motherwell

Simon Murray makes some room for himself inside the Motherwell penalty area but fires straight into the arms of goalkeeper Connor Ripley.

Can United find an equaliser?

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#bbcsportscot not long in. Champs League on TV and iPad, with Hibs v Hearts on radio. Edinburgh Derby sounds most entertaining. No surprise


Kilmarnock goalkeeper Jamie McDonald dives to turn wide a curling drive from Jason Holt.


You get the feeling an equaliser in the post at Easter Road... Juanma has the ball in the net after a long spell of maroon pressure. 

Again, though, the offside flag is raised, and Hibs breathe a massive sigh of relief.

Kilmarnock 1-1 Rangers

Big shouts for a penalty from the Rangers fans as Kenny Miller claims he was held inside the Kilmarnock penalty box, but referee Bobby Madden waves play on.