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Roddie McVake

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    That's it from us today then folks.

    It's been a huge day for Raith Rovers who recorded a famous win over Rangers to reach the last eight of the Scottish Cup, after Dundee United saw off Stranraer to also book a quarter final berth.

    Thanks again for joining us.


    "Bitterly disappointed. I didn't think there was a whole lot in the game. I thought if we could get the first goal we would go on and win it.

    "Getting the goal back, we were on the front foot but we committed the cardinal sin of giving away another goal that has put us out the cup. We've conceded two goals far too easily.

    "I'm sorry for the supporters, they want to see their team winning, just like we do, and I can only apologise.

    "We're out the cup and we need to pick ourselves up and go again in the league.

    "There's a lot of pressure at the club but the players have still got to turn up and play football, that's what they get paid for."

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    Raith Rovers celebrate

    It was party time for the Raith Rovers at Ibrox after their 2-1 Scottish Cup win over Rangers.

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    Rangers are now out of all the cup competitions and are 19 points behind Hearts in the Championship title race, although the Ibrox men do have three games in hand.


    "We did really well, we defended well and we knew we would get chances.

    "We knew we would surprise people today. It's a really good feeling.

    "I'm going to the gym every day to stay in shape and just try to play on as long as I can.

    "If there was 10 players in my way [at the goal] I would have put all of them in the net."

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    We're hoping to hear from what will no doubt be a very disappointed Rangers caretaker manager Kenny McDowall...

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    Remember the draw for the last eight is at 14:00 GMT on Monday, with Scotland's world darts champion Gary Anderson doing the honours.


    "I'm delighted for the players and everyone involved in the club. I think in the end we deserved it. We got pinned back after taking the lead but the players kept going and they're delighted.

    "Coming to places like this is huge for any club. The players stepped up to the plate today. The whole club take credit for it.

    "We'd be delighted with a home tie in the next round but we have to just enjoy today."

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    Raith Rovers become the fourth Championship club to go into the Scottish Cup quarter-final draw, joining Hibernian, Queen of the South, and Falkirk.

    Celtic, Inverness Caley Thistle and Dundee United are already there, while Spartans and Arbroath need a replay.



    The whistle goes and Raith Rovers have secured a huge win away to Rangers, sealing their spot in the last eight of the Scottish Cup.

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    Rovers aren't exactly under the cosh here as the hosts struggle to get into the final third.

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    We are into five minutes of injury time at Ibrox...

  13. CLOSE!

    Kris Boyd is left kicking the post in anger after somehow missing a free header from four yards out. Andy Murdoch provided a perfect delivery but Boyd nodded well wide.

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    Time is running out for Kenny McDowall's Rangers side with only a minute left of the 90.

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    If Raith hold on this will be a monumental result for the Stark's Park outfit, who have not beaten Rangers at Ibrox since November 1959.


    Martin Scott is on for Raith Rovers in place of goal hero Christian Nade.

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    Christian Nade

    Christian Nade was all smiles after firing Raith Rovers into a 2-1 lead at Ibrox.

  18. CLOSE!

    Raith Rovers have another chance through Grant Anderson but Steve Simonsen saves, before Christian Nade claims for a penalty after a challenge from Lee Wallace. Referee Bobby Madden is not interested though.

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    Lee McCulloch takes out Mark Stewart and is lucky to escape without a booking, which would have meant a red for the Rangers captain.

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    There's around 15 minutes left at Ibrox and as it stands it will be Raith Rovers who are in the last eight draw on Monday.

  21. GOAL

    RANGERS 1-2 RAITH ROVERS [Christian Nade]

    Jason Thomson get to the line and drills the ball across goal, keeper Steve Simonsen fails to deal with it and when it breaks there is Christian Nade to fire home.


    Rangers' Ian Black leaves the field with youngster Andy Murdoch on in his place.

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    Kenny Miller picks out Nicky Law at the edge of the box, the Rangers midfielder drives the ball well over the bar though.

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    Haris Vuckic

    Haris Vuckic produced a fine finish to haul Rangers level against Raith Rovers at Ibrox.

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    Ryan Conroy flights a free kick into the Rangers box and Dougie Hill rises highest but his header is easy for keeper Steve Simonsen.

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    Raith have Rangers hemmed in for a spell without getting a shot on goal and the hosts break upfield well, but Kris Boyd's effort is saved by David McGurn.

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    Ryan Conroy goal

    Ryan Conroy's free kick was a thing of beauty but Raith Rovers were unable to hold the league for long.


    Rangers striker Jon Daly goes off, Kris Boyd is on.

  29. GOAL

    RANGERS 1-1 RAITH ROVERS [Haris Vuckic]

    The on-loan Newcastle man gets Rangers back on level terms. Kyle Hutton plays Haris Vuckic in on the left of the box and the Slovenian stays calm and rifles the ball beyond David McGurn into the corner of the net.

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    At the other end Richard Foster gets a great cross into the box but Kenny Miller can't control in time to get a shot away.

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    The visitors continue to look dangerous when they get into the final third.


    John on Twitter: "Dancing in the streets of Raith, maybe? #bbcscotfootball"

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    Ryan Conroy celebrates

    Ryan Conroy has handed Raith Rovers a massive boost at Ibrox with a brilliant free kick to make it 1-0.

  34. CLOSE!

    Nicky Law looks for an immediate response but after receiving Jon Daly's header, the midfielder's low drive is well saved by David McGurn.

  35. GOAL

    RANGERS 0-1 RAITH ROVERS [Ryan Conroy]

    Ryan Conroy punishes Rangers with a cracking free-kick, lifting the ball over the wall and into the corner.

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    Raith Rovers win a free kick at the edge of the area as Kyle Hutton trips Ross Callachan...


    Rovers' on-loan Hearts man Dale Carrick picks up a hamstring injury and makes way for Mark Stewart.

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    Raith Rovers are getting in the faces of their opponents and Grant Anderson gets a sight of goal, but his left foot effort is blocked at the edge of the box.

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    The hosts go direct at the start of the second half but Jon Daly's chest down does not find Kenny Miller and the ball runs through to David McGurn.

  40. KICK-OFF

    Rangers get the second half going...

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    The Raith Rovers players have made their way on to the pitch...

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    Remie Streete

    On-loan Newcastle defender Remie Streete lasted less than 45 minutes on his Rangers debut before going off with a suspected groin problem.

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    Rangers and Raith Rovers are battling it out for a place in the Scottish Cup quarter final draw, with Dundee United having already booked their spot with a 3-0 win at Stranraer earlier today.

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    Billy Davies

    Former Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies is watching on from the stand at Ibrox. That is sure to spark speculation, with the former Ibrox player having been linked with the manager's job in the past.

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    Paul Watson went closest to a goal in that first half but the Raith star's header cannoned off the post and fell kindly for keeper Steve Simonsen.


    Referee Bobby Madden ends the first half and we're no wiser as to who will be going into Monday's last eight draw.


    Remie Streete comes off for Rangers with a suspected groin problem and Darren McGregor is into the action.

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    Raith's Ross Callachan crashes an effort in from distance but it's straight at keeper Steve Simonsen, and at the other end Lee McCulloch does the same.

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    Richard Foster gets another cross into the danger area and again Jon Daly is waiting at the back post but David McGurn does just enough to divert it away from the Rangers striker.

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    BBC Scotland pundit Allan Preston at Ibrox

    "For an experienced player at international and club level, I think Kenny Miller is trying too hard."

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    A lot better from Kenny Miller with his latest effort. A left foot shot from outside the box at least draws a save from David McGurn.

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    Ian Black's effort was well over, Kenny Miller's attempted volley was lucky to still be in the same postcode by the time it came down.

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    Rangers midfielder Ian Black is allowed to run through midfield and as the defence backs off he has a dig that rises well over the bar.

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    Haris Vuckic tries to free Kenny Miller but the latter is unable to control the ball as he runs through on goal.

  55. CLOSE!

    Paul Watson almost makes it 1-0 to Raith Rovers. He rises in the box to nod a corner kick goalwards but the ball cannons off the post and straight into the arms of keeper Steve Simonsen.

  56. CLOSE!

    Rangers right back Richard Foster lashes in a cross and Jon Daly rises at the back post but his header is brilliantly saved by keeper David McGurn.


    Stephen Hay on Twitter: "NUFC once said a loan to the SPL wasn't good enough for Fraser Forster. Shows how much Scottish football has improved. #bbcscotfootball"

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    Remie Streete show a couple of flashes of quality with a blistering turn of pace and then a solid challenge on Christian Nade.

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    Raith defender Paul Watson makes a brilliant headed clearance from under his own bar, with Jon Daly waiting to nod home from Richard Foster's delivery.

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    Rovers' Christian Nade has two chances in quick succession but he puts a header wide and then cracks a speculative shot miles past the post.

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    Nicky Law gets to the line and tries to cut the ball back to Kenny Miller but the striker misses his kick and Lee Wallace's drive is then blocked away to safety.

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    Raith Rovers' Ryan Conroy whips a corner across the six yard box but there's no-one there to apply the finish for the visitors. All it needed was a slight touch.

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    Defender Remie Streete gets on the end of Kyle Hutton's delivery into the box but his header is well off target.

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    BBC Radio Scotland commentator John Barnes described the atmosphere at Ibrox as eerie and he's spot on.

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    Some nice one touch stuff from Rangers on the left wing gets them into the final third and the foul by Dale Carrick on Kenny Miller gives them a chance to load up the box, but the free kick is floated straight to David McGurn.

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    Christian Nade sets Grant Anderson on his way down the right flank but his cross into the area is easy for home keeper Steve Simonsen.

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    On the park, Rangers' Haris Vuckic has enjoyed a couple of good early touches. The Slovenian appears to have a decent left foot.

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    The crowd is sparse at Ibrox today amid the ongoing boardroom battles. Some fans made their voices heard during a protest before the Scottish Cup tie against Raith.

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    Rangers have beaten Raith Rovers 6-1 and 4-0 in their league meetings this season.

  70. KICK-OFF

    Raith Rovers get the match under way at Ibrox...

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    The teams are emerging at Ibrox...


    Robbie Lamond on Twitter: "United finally get a clean sheet, last time was 1st November I think #bbcscotfootball"

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    Raith Rovers reached this round by beating Stirling 2-0 away while Rangers saw off Kilmarnock 3-0 at Ibrox to make it this far. Who will go a step further at least?

    Let us know your thoughts on Twitter using #bbcscotfootball or via the Facebook page.

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    BBC One Scotland is providing live TV coverage of today's game at Ibrox and if you want to watch that via the IPlayer just click on the Live Coverage tab.


    "Coming to Ibrox is a very difficult game and we know it's going to be tough. This football club is used to winning trophies season after season and will be wanting to be in the next round, just as we do.

    "It's up to us to stand up and be counted and use the ball well. We have to focus and have that bit of belief."


    Remie Streete and Haris Vuckic

    On loan Newcastle players Remie Streete and Haris Vuckic are in the Rangers starting line up for the fifth round tie against Raith Rovers.


    The caretaker Rangers manager Kenny McDowall refused to be drawn further on the loan players in his starting line-up

    "I said my piece on that. We're delighted to have the boys here and two are starting today. Haris [Vuckic] is a left sided midfielder and Remi [Streete] is a centre back. They have trained with the boys and are looking forward to the match.

    "You need to be professional. I'm here to do a job so I've no complaints. The boys know they have to keep the standards up. Hopefully we can get the result we're looking for."

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    There has been much talk this week about the players on loan at Rangers from Newcastle. Caretaker manager Kenny McDowall said he was told to pick the five if fit but the Ibrox hierarchy denied that.

    Fraser Aird and Darren McGregor find themselves benched today with Haris Vuckic and Remi Streete in. I wonder what Aird and McGregor will be making of it...


    "I thought we competed really well but we made a couple of individual mistakes and Dundee United were clinical. You can't afford to give them the chances we gave them.

    "But my players gave everything against a very good side. Dundee United have some quality players so we can't be too hard on the players. We just have to take it on the chin and move on."


    "Second half it was quite flat with a lot of wayward passing on our part but I said it was important we were clinical and professional, and we were that.

    "Credit to Stranraer, they put us under a lot of pressure. I'd have taken 3-0 before the match so I'm happy with that.

    "Ryan Dow played a massive part in our win last week and you could see his movement today.

    "Ryan McGowan is still getting up to sharpness but I know him very well, I know what I was getting when I brought him in.

    "It's all to play for. I have a great belief in the squad we have."

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    Reaction coming from Stair Park...

  82. LINE-UPS

    Rangers: Simonsen, Foster, Streete, McCulloch, Wallace, Black, Hutton, Law, Miller, Vuckic, Daly. Subs: Aird, Clark, Boyd, Shiels, McGregor, Robinson, Murdoch.

    Raith Rovers: McGurn, Thomson, Watson, Hill, McKeown, Anderson, Moon, Callachan, Conroy, Carrick, Nade. Subs: Cuthbert, Fox, Stewart, Scott, Vaughan, Matthews, Barr.

    Referee: Bobby Madden (Scotland)

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    Grant Murray

    Raith Rovers manager Grant Murray will be hoping to oversee a famous Scottish Cup win for his side at Ibrox.

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    We're getting the team news through from Ibrox and the two on-loan Newcastle players in the Rangers line-up are Haris Vuckic and Remie Streete.

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    Former Dundee United defender Mark Wilson at Stair Park

    "Stranraer battled away but United went about it the right way and were totally professional."

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    Stranraer certainly didn't disgrace themselves today but the League One leaders were guilty of a few slack moments at the back and were duly punished by the Premiership outfit.


    Stranraer's Scottish Cup dream is ended by a clinical Dundee United outfit who continue their excellent form in knockout competitions.

    The Tangerines go into the last eight draw thanks to a 3-0 win, courtesy of goals from Chris Erskine and a Ryan Dow double.


    Charlie Telfer fires in a cracking free-kick that looks destined for the top corner but keeper David Mitchell tips it over the bar.

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    We're into three minutes of stoppage time at Stair Park.

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    That man Nadir Ciftci gets involved in a spat with Scott Rumsby but there's not much in it and the referee keeps his cards in his pocket.

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    Daniel Stoney is almost sent clean through but United defender Sean Dillon beats him to the ball.

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    Dundee United striker Nadir Ciftci is looking pretty frustrated out there. He seems determined to get himself on the wrong side of referee Kevin Clancy.

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    Sub striker Daniel Stoney is looking quite lively for the hosts. He's certainly not shy as Jaroslaw Fojut just found out when the pair collided.


    Scott Robertson comes on for Stranraer with Chris Aitken, the manager's brother, coming off.

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    As a Dundee United breaks down for offside, it looks like this one is petering out.

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    Ryan Dow drills a cross into the penalty area but it's just out of Nadir Ciftci's reach.


    Another United youngster gets a taste of the action as Charlie Telfer comes on for Henri Anier.

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    Henri Anier sprints at the Stranraer defence down the right flank and Ryan Dow dummies his low cross allowing the ball to run to Nadir Ciftci. However, the burly United striker is leaning back as he blazes a first-time effort over from the edge of the penalty box.


    Birthday boy Chris Erskine, who opened the scoring for United, is replaced by Blair Spittal for the final 15 minutes or so.


    Another change for the hosts as Daniel Stoney, on loan from Rangers, replaces Craig Malcolm.

  101. CLOSE!

    Stranraer's Grant Gallacher collects a poor clearance from Sean Dillon at the edge of the box but his effort goes just wide of the top corner. He probably should have hit the target...

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    Stranraer are still plugging away, searching for a way back into this game, while Dundee United appear to have taken their foot off the gas a bit...

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    Ahead of the Rangers v Raith Rovers match, we're hearing that two of the five players on loan at Ibrox from Newcastle will start the match.

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    With 11 goals to his name this season, Jamie Longworth was perhaps unlucky not to start today. Now's his chance to prove that to manager Stephen Aitken.


    Jamie Longworth comes on for the home side with Stephen Stirling making way. Can he find a goal to give the Blues hope?

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    Stranraer have a chance from a free-kick a few yards outside the box and Chris Aitken's effort is on target, but it's straight at keeper Radoslaw Cierzniak who collects easily.

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    Jackie McNamara

    Dundee United manager Jackie McNamara watches on as his side try to add to their three goal lead. He must be pretty pleased with what he's seen so far.

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    Slack play at the back from Callum Morris allows Stranraer a sight of goal but Craig Malcolm can't beat keeper Radoslaw Cierzniak, who saves with his feet at the near post.

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    Nadir Ciftci gets on the end of a Ryan Dow pass in the box but after cutting back on to his right foot, the Dundee United striker can't get his shot away.

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    Henri Anier links brilliantly with Nadir Ciftci for Dundee United but the Estonian cannot get on the end of the return pass and the move breaks down.

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    The offside flag halts a Stranraer attack, with Craig Malcolm the guilty party on the right wing.

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    Neither manager has made any changes at the break.

  113. KICK-OFF

    Dundee United get us underway again at Stair Park...

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    And remember we have live coverage of the fifth round tie between Rangers and Raith Rovers at Ibrox, which kicks off at 15:00 GMT.


    Dundee United are in total control here at Stair Park. How do you see the second half going? A goal fest for the Tangerines or a stirring comeback from Stranraer?

    Let us know on Twitter using #bbcscotfootball or on the BBC Sport Scotland Facebook page.

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    BBC Scotland pundit Allan Preston

    "For me the tie is done and dusted. It's finished. Dundee United have been breathtaking at times."

    Don't think you'd find many people who would disagree Allan...

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    The home side had their moments in the opening 45 minutes but they made mistakes at the back that cost them dearly. Dundee United have been clinical and we'd be in miracle territory if the Blues somehow managed to overturn this result.

  118. HALF-TIME

    Referee Kevin Clancy sounds his whistle to end the first half...

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    Sean Winter tries his luck from the angle of the area but the Stranraer man's shot flashes well wide.

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    Ryan Dow scores

    Ryan Dow produced a great run and finish to make it 2-0 to Dundee United and he has since added a third.

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    More attacking threat from the hosts as Radoslaw Cierzniak fails to convince at another corner, but the United defence get the ball clear after a brief scare.

  122. CLOSE!

    United keeper Radoslaw Cierzniak comes out for a corner and misses it. allowing Frank McKeown to get a header in but Ryan McGowan is there to clear it off the line.


    Chris Erskine

    Chris Erskine got the scoring under way at Stair Park on his 28th birthday, and it's turning into a cakewalk for the men from Tannadice.

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    The visitors are flying now and Nadir Ciftci wants in on the goal action, but his low free kick from the edge of the box is easily gathered by David Mitchell.

  125. GOAL


    Jackie McNamara's men have pretty much killed this off now. Nadir Ciftci beats his man in midfield and plays in Ryan Dow who ghosts in behind Scott Rumsby, rounds keeper David Mitchell and finishes calmly

  126. GOAL


    Stranraer responded well to the goal but United go up the park and score a crucial second. Ryan Dow cashes in on hesitancy from Scott Rusmby, cuts in from the left and shows great composure to dink the ball over David Mitchell and into the net.

    It's a long way back for the Blues...

  127. GOAL

    STRANRAER 0-1 DUNDEE UNITED (Chris Erskine)

    Just as I was talking up the hosts they shoot themselves in the foot...

    Sean Winter tries to find Scott Rumsby but his pass is too strong and Chris Erskine latches on to it, poking the ball under the onrushing goalkeeper to give Dundee United the lead.

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    Premiership side Dundee United will know they are in for a real test today. Stranraer are full of energy and are working incredibly hard.

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    Smoke bombs at Stair Park

    A few smoke bombs have been thrown on to the pitch at Stair Park today.

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    We have a slight delay now as another smoke bomb is thrown on to the pitch. We had a few before the match as well. A good old metal bucket does the trick tough...

  131. Post update

    As our radio colleagues have pointed out, today's referee Kevin Clancy does have vanishing spray with him. Reckon it might have slipped his mind at that last set piece though.

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    Stephen Aitken's side have enjoyed the better of the first 10 minutes but a free kick in a good position is wasted by Willie Gibson as he drills it high over the bar.

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    Chris Aitken floats a free-kick into the United area and Frank McKeown is on the end of it but his header goes over the bar.

  134. Post update

    The hosts are trying to get the ball down and play, and the action is raging from end to end early on. Keep it up lads...

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    Stranraer show they aren't here to just sit in as Stephen Stirling breaks forward but the attack fizzles out at the edge of the box.

  136. A DOG'S LIFE

    Dog in stands

    There's all sorts in the stands at Stair Park today. I've heard of a bird's eye view but come on...

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    The visitors are the first to threaten with Chris Erskine trying his luck from distance with the left foot. No joy though as it swings well wide.

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    Dundee United's Paul Paton takes a hefty hit in the first few seconds. The Blues are looking to set down an early marker methinks.

  139. KICK-OFF

    And we're off at Stair Park...

  140. Post update

    The two teams are waiting in the tunnel...

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    Former Dundee United defender Mark Wilson at Stair Park

    "Stranraer have to keep it tight, which is going to be a difficult task against Dundee United. Any set pieces they get they have got to make them count."

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    A few minutes until kick-off folks...


    "It's a tricky place to come against a team that is going well in their own league so we have to be professional.

    "It's a cup final to Stranraer so it's important we don't give them any encouragement in the game. The pitch is better than Hampden was last weekend, and probably in better condition than ours at the moment to be honest.

    "It's important we take the game to them and start with a real intensity.

    "We've lost two lads this week and other lads have been waiting on the opportunity."

    So there's clearly no chance the Stair Park surface will be taking the blame should Dundee United crash out of the tournament today.


    "We're looking forward to the game, we've prepared well all week. We have to give them the respect they deserve and we need to keep it nice and tight. Hopefully we can grow into the game.

    "We've been playing well and it's great we're up there challenging in the league."

  145. Post update

    Stranraer will be determined to end Dundee United's dreams of glory today at Stair Park.

    The Blues beat Dunfermline 3-1 away in a fourth round replay to set up this tie, while a 2-1 win at Motherwell secured Dundee United's fifth round place.

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    Our reporters are talking to the managers just now, we'll bring you their comments soon.


    John Rankin

    There was disappointment for John Rankin and the Dundee United players last season when they lost 2-0 to St Johnstone in the Scottish Cup final at Celtic Park.

    A win against Stranraer today will edge them one step closer to banishing those painful memories.

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    United have been quite the cup specialists since Jackie McNamara took over. They reached the Scottish Cup final last season, losing to St Johnstone, and have already booked a place in this year's League Cup final, where they will face Celtic.

  149. LINE-UPS

    Stranraer: Mitchell, Pettigrew, Rumsby, McKeown, Longridge, Winter, Stirling, Aitken, Gallagher, Gibson, Malcolm. Subs: Russell, Tobin, Longworth, Robertson, Stoney.

    Dundee Utd: Cierzniak, McGowan, Morris, Fojut, Dillon, Butcher, Paton, Dow, Anier, Erskine, Ciftci. Subs: Dixon, Rankin, Telfer, Connolly, Spittal, Szromnik, Spark.

    Referee: Kevin Clancy (Scotland)

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    The team news is just reaching us and while Dundee United are minus Stuart Armstrong and Gary Mackay-Steven following their moves to Celtic, the Tannadice men still have a strong line-up.

  151. Post update

    First up today we're off to Stair Park where Stephen Aitken's League One leaders Stranraer welcome Jackie McNamara's Dundee United.


    We want to know your thoughts on today's action and the events of yesterday. Are you a sickened St Johnstone fan? A Hibee who is daring to dream? A Celtic fan confident of treble success?

    Let us know on Twitter at #bbcscotfootball or on the BBC Scotland sport Facebook page.

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    Falkirk, Hibernian and Queen of the South will fly the flag for the Championship in Monday's draw as it stands while Lowland League Spartans and League Two leaders Spartans face a replay with a quarter-final berth up for grabs.

    And, of course, the four teams in action today are also targeting a spot in the draw, which will be done by Scotland's world darts champions Gary Anderson.

  154. Post update

    As it stands only two Premiership teams have reached the last eight - Celtic and Inverness Caledonian Thistle - and only Dundee United can add to that number today.

  155. Post update

    Saturday's fifth round matches provided plenty of drama and a pretty big shock as holders St Johnstone were knocked out by Championship outfit Queen of the South at Palmerston.

    Could another big name exit the competition today as Stranraer entertain Dundee United and Raith Rovers visit Rangers?

  156. Post update

    Good afternoon and welcome to BBC Scotland's coverage of the last two Scottish Cup ties of the weekend...