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Summary

  1. FT: Dundee 5-0 Dumbarton (McGinn, Hemmings, Stewart 2, Holt)
  2. Dundee to face Rangers in Scottish Cup quarter-finals
  3. FT: Partick Thistle 2-0 St Johnstone (Doolan, Amoo)
  4. Thistle up to eighth in Scottish Premiership

Live Reporting

By Andy Campbell

All times stated are UK

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With the Scottish Cup quarter-finals taking place on 5 and 6 March, it's back to league business for Scottish clubs this weekend.

Before then, Hibernian host Greenock Morton on Wednesday and you can listen to live commentary of that match on BBC Radio Scotland and the BBC Sport website.

Almost time for me to go. Thank you for your company this evening.

Partick Thistle players celebrating
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Partick Thistle were back in action tonight after a couple of recent postponements and they have crept up to eighth in the Scottish Premiership

I thought it was professional, I thought it was clinical. A good night for us. It's great to be in the quarter-finals but we've got some important games before that

Paul HartleyDundee manager
Dundee manager Paul Hartley
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Hibernian v Inverness Caledonian Thistle will be shown live on BBC Scotland.

Scottish Cup quarter-final line-up

Saturday 5 March

Rangers v Dundee (12:30)

Ross County v Dundee United (15:00)

Sunday 6 March

Celtic v Greenock Morton (12:00)

Hibernian v Inverness CT (14:00)

With Dundee having won their tie, the line-up for the Scottish Cup quarter-finals is now complete...

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Scottish League Two

Arbroath 0-0 East Stirlingshire 

Berwick Rangers 1-1 Queen's Park 

Stirling Albion 1-2 Clyde 

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Scottish League One

Albion Rovers 4-1 Brechin City

Cowdenbeath 1-4 Forfar Athletic

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Partick Thistle 2-0 St Johnstone

Partick Thistle move up to eighth in the Scottish Premiership after goals from substitute Kris Doolan and David Amoo making the difference against St Johnstone.

David Amoo scores for Partick Thistle against St Johnstone
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Dundee 5-0 Dumbarton

Dundee win handsomely to set up a Scottish Cup quarter-final against Rangers at Ibrox.

Greg Stewart scored twice in the second half for Paul Hartley's side, with Kevin Holt also on target after Paul McGinn and Kane Hemmings had netted in the first half.

Dundee players celebrating
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GOAL Dundee 5-0 Dumbarton (Stewart)

Greg Stewart nets his second of the game from a free-kick to round off a very good night's work for Dundee.

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GOAL Partick Thistle 2-0 St Johnstone (Amoo)

It looks like Partick Thistle have the three points in the bag as David Amoo doubles their lead against St Johnstone at the end of a lung-bursting run.

Partick Thistle forward Kris Doolan
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Kris Doolan gave Partick Thistle the lead against St Johnstone

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GOAL Dundee 4-0 Dumbarton (Holt)

Kevin Holt buries the rebound after Craig Wighton is denied by Mark Brown.

Dundee 3-0 Dumbarton

Darren O'Dea, who picked up a knock for Dundee earlier, is replaced by Julen Etxabeguren.

PENALTY APPEAL

Dundee fans call for a penalty following Darren Barr's challenge on Rory Loy and they are further incensed when the referee books Loy for simulation.

Dundee 3-0 Dumbarton

Christian Nade, a former Dundee player, is applauded off by both sets of fans as he is replaced in the Dumbarton line-up by Kevin Cawley.

Partick Thistle 1-0 St Johnstone

Richard Wilson

BBC Scotland at Firhill

Kris Doolan makes an immediate impact, with a low shot from the edge of the area that runs under Alan Mannus's body and into the net.

GOAL Partick Thistle 1-0 St Johnstone (Doolan)

Yes he can. Kris Doolan strikes low and hard past Alan Mannus to give Thistle a precious lead.

Partick Thistle 0-0 St Johnstone

Mathias Pogba's shift up front for Partick Thistle is over and he's replaced by Kris Doolan. Can the substitute find a winner for the Jags?

Partick Thistle 0-0 St Johnstone

Plamen Krachunov comes off the bench to make his debut for St Johnstone, replacing midfielder Chris Millar. Krachunov has slotted into defence, with Darnell Fisher moving up into Millar's defensive midfield role.

Partick Thistle 0-0 St Johnstone

Mathias Pogba's header down sends the ball into Steven Lawless's path inside the area, but his stabbed shot is comfortably held by St Johnstone goalkeeper Alan Mannus.

Greg Stewart scores for Dundee against Dumbarton
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Greg Stewart netted Dundee's third goal against Dumbarton

Double change for Dundee as Kane Hemmings and Gary Harkins are replaced by Craig Wighton and Arturo.

CLOSE!

Partick Thistle 0-0 St Johnstone

Partick Thistle's Aidan Nesbitt sends an effort narrowly wide of the St Johnstone goal.

It's been three clinical finishes from Dundee

Rob MacleanBBC Radio Scotland commentator

GOAL Dundee 3-0 Dumbarton (Stewart)

Greg Stewart cuts across the edge of the Dumbarton box and strikes low into the net to surely seal the win for Dundee.

GREAT SAVE!

Partick Thistle 0-0 St Johnstone

Thistle come even closer to scoring. Another Steven Lawless cross, this time to Frederic Frans and his header from close range catches Alan Mannus's arm before the ball bounces off the crossbar then clear.

Dundee 2-0 Dumbarton

Kane Hemmings gets away from his marker and attempts to chip goalkeeper Mark Brown but the Dundee forward misses the target.

GREAT SAVE!

Partick Thistle 0-0 St Johnstone

Chance for Partick Thistle. Steven Lawless clips ball into penalty area, Mathias Pogba controls with his thigh then hits shot on target that Alan Mannus saves.

KICK-OFF

Games resuming at Firhill and Dens Park while the matches in Scottish Leagues One and Two are also back underway.

Hartley a happy man

Dundee 2-0 Dumbarton

Brian McLauchlin

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Dundee boss Paul Hartley will be quite content with the opening 45 minutes against Dumbarton, with the Dark Blues rarely threatened at the back and Gary Harkins providing the passes for both of their goals.

Huge task ahead for Dumbarton if they are to fight their way back into the game.

Dundee manager Paul Hartley
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Tam Scobbie and Aidan Nesbitt
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St Johnstone's Tam Scobbie, pictured here holding off Partick Thistle debutant Aidan Nesbitt, required bandaging on a head wound sustained during the first half

Close encounter at Firhill

Partick Thistle 0-0 St Johnstone

Richard Wilson

BBC Scotland at Firhill

Half-time at Firhill, and an opportunity for both managers to take stock. Some refinement in attack might have produced a decisive moment, but otherwise these two teams seem well match.

Danny Swanson has looked lively for St Johnstone, while Mathias Pogba has provide a strong presence up front for Partick Thistle to play off. If the breakthrough eventually comes, there is every chance a single goal would be enough to secure all three points.

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SCOTTISH LEAGUE ONE 

Albion Rovers 3-0 Brechin City 

Cowdenbeath 1-2 Forfar Athletic 

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SCOTTISH LEAGUE TWO 

Arbroath 0-0 East Stirlingshire 

Berwick Rangers 1-1 Queen's Park 

Stirling Albion 1-0 Clyde

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Dundee 2-0 Dumbarton

A solid first-half display from Dundee puts them on course for a Scottish Cup quarter-final against Rangers at Ibrox next month.

Paul McGinn and Kane Hemmings have got the goals for the Dark Blues and only a big turnaround from the Sons will re-ignite their chances.

Dundee players celebrating
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