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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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  1. Dundee United v Motherwell (19:45)

    Defender Paul Dixon starts for Dundee United, with forward Ryan Dow dropping out the squad.

    Motherwell manager Mark McGhee makes five changes and hands former Scotland forward James McFadden his first start since his return to the club. 

    Fit-again Ben Hall starts in defence, while Louis Laing, captain Keith Lasley and Louis Moult also all start. Stephen Pearson is missing through suspension, while Stevie Hammell, Josh Law and Lionel Ainsworth drop to the bench; Kieran Kennedy misses out.

  2. Hibernian v Hearts (19:45)

    Blazej Augustyn and Igor Rossi return to the Hearts defence, with John Souttar and Sam Nicholson dropping to the bench.

    Veteran midfielder Kevin Thomson starts for Hibs, with striker Chris Dagnall dropping to the bench. 


    Kilmarnock: Macdonald, Hodson, Balatoni, Findlay, Smith, Dicker, Slater, Kiltie, McKenzie, Magennis, Obadeyi.Subs: Brennan, Ashcroft, Robinson, O’Hara, Carrick, Frizzell, Boyd.

    Rangers: Foderingham, Wallace, Wilson, Kiernan, Tavernier, Ball, Halliday, Holt, McKay, Miller, Waghorn. Subs: Bell, Law, Zelalem, Shiels, Law, Clark, Hardie


    Dundee Utd: Kawashima, Donaldson, Gunning, Dillon, Spittal, Paton, Demel, Rankin, Dixon, Murray, McKay. Subs: Ofere, Knoyle, Durnan, Fraser, Riski, Zwick, Sinama Pongolle.

    Motherwell: Ripley, Laing, Hall, McManus, Cadden, Lasley, McFadden, Gomis, Johnson, McDonald, Moult. Subs: Hammell, Ainsworth, Fletcher, Samson, Law, Jack Leitch, Thomas.

    Referee: Greg Aitken

  5. Hibernian v Hearts (19:45)

    Quote Message: There's a full house here tonight and it's been a while since that was last the case. Both sets of supporters will come into the game thinking it's one they can win. It's not often you say that with teams in two different divisions, but Hibs are at home going very well and Hearts are going very well in the top-flight and are third on merit: a very strong team. Both sides showed what they were capable of in the first game at Tynecastle: Hearts going 2-0 ahead and Hibs clawing it back to 2-2. There's been heavy rain but I don't think that'll dampen the enthusiasm. There's a lot of people looking forward to this game as supporters but also to see just how good this Hibs side is that Alan Stubbs has put together at Easter Road. from Richard Wilson BBC Scotland at Easter Road
    Richard WilsonBBC Scotland at Easter Road
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    Hibernian: Oxley, Gray, McGregor, Hanlon, Stevenson, Bartley, Thomson, McGinn, Henderson, Stokes, Cummings. Subs: Virtanen, Fontaine, Boyle, Keatings, Carmichael, Gunnarsson, Dagnall

    Hearts: Alexander, Paterson, Augustyn, Rossi, McGhee, Pallardo, Cowie, Djoum, Walker, Juanma, Dauda. Subs: Hamilton, Oshaniwa, Souttar, Beith, Zanatta, Nicholson, Reilly.

    Referee: John Beaton

  8. Killie Me Softly

    Lee McCulloch oversaw Kilmarnock securing a goalless draw at Ibrox in his debut as caretaker boss.

    Rangers were denied twice by the woodwork before Killie's Kallum Higginbotham was sent off.

    How will tonight's replay go? Get in touch with your predictions.

    Kilmarnock fought out a goalless draw at Ibrox
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  10. Edinburgh expects

    The Scottish Cup cracker at Tynecastle was arguably one of the best games of the season. 

    Arnaud Djoum and Sam Nicholson saw Hearts race into a two-goal lead before Jason Cummings and an injury-time equaliser from Paul Hanlon ensured a replay.

    More of the same tonight, please...  

    Sam Nicholson celebrates Hearts' second goal
    Paul Hanlon celebrates Hibs' late equaliser
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    Are you heading to one of tonight's games? Lucky enough to get a ticket for Easter Road? Munching a pie at Rugby Park? Enjoying a pre-match bovril at Tannadice?

    Steering your canoe through the floods to get to the game in time?

    Text using 80295, tweet #bbcsportscot or @bbcthomasmcg and we'll include your pearls of wisdom...

    People in a canoe
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  14. General Lee

    But that's not all. Kilmarnock take on Rangers at Rugby Park in their Scottish Cup replay, with new Killie boss Lee Clark watching from the stand as Lee McCulloch puts his side through their paces.  

    And last, but not least, Premiership basement side Dundee United host Motherwell with Mixu's men aiming to breathe fresh life into their battle to beat the drop.  

    Kilmarnock boss Lee Clark
  15. Capital appointment

    What better way to light up the Tuesday night sky in the Scottish capital than an Edinburgh derby in the Scottish Cup?

    Hibs host Hearts in their fifth-round replay after Alan Stubbs' troops came roaring back to secure a 2-2 at Tynecastle.

    The sides lock horns at Easter Road tonight with the winners rewarded with a last eight tie against Inverness CT.  

    The sides drew 2-2 at Tynecastle