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Anonymous: "Hearts only 4 wins away from the title"
Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager John Hughes
"We stuck to the task. It's all about winning the game. We all know what the prize is - a semi-final at Hampden."
Jim east lothian gers supp: "We need a new manager now. We have no leader on or off the pitch. Bring in Terry Butcher now."
Hearts are 20 points clear of Hibernian and 22 in front of Rangers. Rangers have a game in hand, with the top two having played 26 games each.
Dean Oban jambo: "we are that far ahead now that a think most hearts fans have forgot how many points clear we are,what game can we secure title now"
Rangers miss the opportunity to go level on points with second-place Hibernian in the Scottish Championship and are now two points off Alan Stubbs' side. Queens remain six points behind Rangers.
Danny Devine secured Inverness Caledonian Thistle's place in the Scottish Cup semi-finals.Copyright: SNS
Ryan Esson collects a Raith Rovers cross and the full-time whistle sounds. Inverness Caledonian Thistle are in the Scottish Cup semi-finals, where they will face either Celtic or Dundee United, thanks to Danny Devine's second-half goal.
Substitute Aidan Smith tucks away on the rebound after Lee Robinson keeps out an initial Queens effort and it's all square again at Ibrox.
Time beginning to run out for Raith Rovers in the Scottish Cup and for Queen of the South at Ibrox.
Haris Vuckic sees a gap and drives the ball into the net to give Rangers a precious lead.
Around 10 minutes left at the Caledonian Thistle and Tarmo Kink comes on to make his debut as a substitute, replacing Edward Ofere. Aaron Doran is also on for Danny Williams.
Danny Devine's first goal of the season put Inverness in front against Raith Rovers and on course for the Scottish Cup semi-finals.Copyright: SNS
Rangers defender Marius Zaliukas and Queens forward Gavin Reilly challenge for an aerial ball. Still go goals at Ibrox.Copyright: SNS
Danny Devine almost turns from hero villain. The Caley Thistle man concedes possession to Raith Rovers forward Christian Nade in a dangerous area but the hosts eventually scramble clear.
At last, Inverness get the lead as Danny Devine rises to meet a Greg Tansey free-kick and heads into the net via the post.
Ryan Christie is off balance as he gets away a shot and the ball flies over the Raith Rovers crossbar.
Edward Ofere has caused Raith Rovers plenty of problems this evening but, on this occasion, the visitors do enough to put the Caley Thistle striker off as he rises to meet a cross.
Lee Wallace swings a cross in from the left flank and Jon Daly, taking up a good position inside the area, heads just wide of the Queen of the South goal.
Marley Watkins gets on the end of another cross, this time with a header, and forces a save from Raith Rovers goalkeeper David McGurn.
Marley Watkins meets a back-post cross on the volley but cannot direct his effort on target. The second half has started as the first ended - with Caley Thistle on top.
BBC Scotland at Ibrox
"Queens have not allowed Rangers to take a foothold at Ibrox, and have also attacked briskly and with purpose on the break.
"Haris Vuckic has been a dangerous figure in attack for Rangers, often committing Queens defenders with his quick footwork, but the home side needs to find a way to involve him more regularly."
The Scottish Cup tie resumes.
Will there be a winner at the Caledonian Stadium this evening or is this tie heading for a replay?Copyright: SNS
It's been a tight match so far between Rangers and Queen of the South.Copyright: SNS
Second halves beginning.
Scottish League One
Ayr United 0-0 Airdrieonians
Peterhead 2-1 Forfar Athletic
Scottish League Two
Elgin City 1-0 Clyde
No goals at Ibrox either. Both these sides need points in their push for promotion and will be eager to get the win tonight.
Inverness have done most of the pressing so far but no goals yet in this Scottish Cup quarter-final.
They're getting closer. Danny Williams lines up another long-range shot and clips the top of the Raith crossbar.
Graeme Shinnie goes in on the Raith goal and fires in a shot. David McGurn makes the save only for the ball to ricochet back the way. The visitors are relieved to see the ball nip wide.
Former Rangers captain, manager and director John Greig (far left) is a guest of Rangers' new board in the directors' box this evening.Copyright: SNS
Gavin Reilly heads over the Rangers crossbar after goalkeeper Lee Robinson parries a shot straight out to the striker.
Edward Ofere's header flashes just wide of the Raith Rovers goal. The closest Inverness have come so far.
An effort by Danny Williams from long range sails wide. It's been that sort of first half for Inverness.
Break for Queens and Gavin Reilly slides the ball into the path of Michael Paton, whose shot hits the post.
Haris Vuckic shoots from distance and Zander Clark pushes the ball away but it falls for Jon Daly and he stabs the rebound over the Queens crossbar.
BBC Scotland at Ibrox
"Neither side has taken control of this game, and it remains finely-balanced. Rangers have enjoyed more possession, but Queens have pressed with industry and intent.
"Kyle Hutton and Andy Murdoch will need to do more on the ball in central midfield if Rangers are to prevail, but Mark Millar in the holding role for Queens has been canny."
Inverness right-back David Raven gets on the end of a cross from left-back Graeme Shinnie but cannot keep his volley down.
Raith Rovers restricting Inverness to long-range shots in the Highlands. The Kirkcaldy side have had a couple of breaks without really resting Ryan Esson.
David Raven cuts out a Raith Rovers cross and almost scores an own goal. The Inverness defender is relieved to see the ball trickle wide.
Edward Ofere's header is deflected wide of the Raith goal after an enterprising move by Inverness.
Rangers forceful so far at Ibrox with Lee McCulloch then Lee Wallace have efforts blocked but the Queens defence.
Danny Devine rises to meet an Inverness corner and stings the palms of goalkeeper David McGurn. However, the whistle blows for some pushing in the Raith box.
Early chance for Rangers at Ibrox. Nicky Law cuts back and Nicky Clark rifles a first-time shot just wide from the edge of the area.
"All eyes were trained on the directors box, where John Greig and Walter Smith took their seats alongside the new board of directors at Ibrox.
"Fans have turned out in numbers also, in support of the new regime, but can the team deliver on the pitch?
"Queen of the South have impressed all season and this will be a testing challenge for Rangers, who start with Jon Daly and Nicky Clark up front, while Kris Boyd and Kenny Miller are on the bench."
An early, dipping shot from Greg Tansey curls wide. The Inverness midfielder was around 30 yards out.
The game at the Caledonian Stadium is underway and matches in the Championship, League One and League Two are also getting started.
The Caledonian Stadium earlier this evening.Copyright: SNS
The pitch looks as if it has recovered from the weekend heavy rain.
The winner of the Inverness/Raith tie will face either Celtic or Dundee United in next month's semi-final. Of course, if tonight's match ends drawn after 90 minutes, the tie will go to a replay.
Inverness make one change from the side that lost 2-1 to Motherwell 10 days ago. Marley Watkins, who was suspended against Well, comes into the side at the expense of Nick Ross, while new signing Tarmo Kink is named on the bench.
The visitors make one switch from the line-up that beat Livingston on February 28 with Lewis Vaughan dropping to the bench and Christian Nade coming into the team.
Rangers: Robinson, McGregor, McCulloch, Zaliukas, Wallace, Hutton, Murdoch, Clark, Law, Vuckic, Daly. Subs: Mohsni, Black, Boyd, Miller, Shiels, Simonsen, Walsh.
Queen of South: Alexander Clark, Millar, Dowie, Higgins, Holt, McShane, Carmichael, Kidd, Russell, Paton, Reilly. Subs: Mitchell, McKenna, Atkinson, Hooper, Dean Smith, Aidan Smith, Pickard.
Referee: John McKendrick.
Inverness CT: Esson, Raven, Devine, Meekings, Shinnie, Tansey, Draper, Watkins, Christie, Williams, Ofere. Subs: Vincent, Doran, Ross, Tremarco, Polworth, Kink, Mackay.
Raith Rovers: McGurn, Thomson, Watson, Barr, McKeown, Anderson, Fox, Callachan, McKay, Stewart, Nade. Subs: Cuthbert, Hill, Moon, Scott, Conroy, Vaughan, Matthews.
Referee: Crawford Allan.
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There's also action in Scottish Leagues One and Two:
Ayr United v Airdrieonians (League One)
Peterhead v Forfar Athletic (League One)
Elgin City v Clyde (League Two)
In the Scottish Championship, Rangers take on Queen of the South at Ibrox.
With promotion the ambition for both sides, points are vital. A win for the hosts would take them level on points with second-place Hibernian. A victory for Queens would reduce the gap between themselves and Rangers to three points.
At the Caledonian Stadium, Inverness Caledonian Thistle take on Raith Rovers in the Scottish Cup.
The match was originally due to played on Saturday but heavy rain and a waterlogged pitch forced the postponement.
It's a night of rearranged games in Scotland.
Good evening and welcome to this evening's live Scottish football coverage.