Time for me to go. Thank you for your company this evening and please join us again at the weekend for more live Scottish football coverage.
- Quote Message: I'd like to say well done to my players because they didn't bottle it tonight. I'll never doubt my players. The lads showed great character tonight from Hibernian head coach Alan StubbsCopyright: SNS
Saturday 16 April
Hibernian v Dundee United (12:15)
Sunday 17 April
Rangers v Celtic (12:15)
Both ties to be played at Hampden Park
The Scottish Cup holders are out with Hibernian progressing to the semi-final to face Dundee United, courtesy of Anthony Stokes' first-half double.
A disappointing night for Inverness as they miss out on successive cup triumphs.Copyright: SNS
Yet another chance for Hibs. Jason Cummings fires wide and Inverness are still in this quarter-final replay.
A chance for Anthony Stokes to claim a hat-trick but his effort is well saved by Owain Fon Williams.
It ends all square at McDiarmid Park and the two sides move on to 40 points with the same goal difference. They both trail Hearts by 16 points and are two ahead of Motherwell.Copyright: SNS
Hibs try to put the tie to bed on the counter-attack with Liam Henderson testing goalkeeper Owain Fon Williams.
Otso Virtanen struggles to deal with an Inverness ball into the box but Hibs scramble clear.
There will be seven minutes of stoppage time at the Caledonian Stadium.
Finnish goalkeeper Otso Virtanen, 21, makes his Hibernian debut as a substitute.
Hibernian goalkeeper Mark Oxley is booked for time wasting and will be suspended if his side reach the semi-final. Oxley then pulls up injured again and is going off.
A stoppage in play as Hibernian goalkeeper Mark Oxley receives treatment.
Michael Gardyne almost gives Ross County the lead for the first time with a long-range shot.
Liam Hughes misses from three yards, knocking the ball over after Hibernian goalkeeper Mark Oxley misses a cross.