Quote Message: It's a massive game for us tonight, as it is for St Johnstone. It has been different the last couple of days but you have to block that out. With four games to go [before the split], there's not any room for error from Ross County manager Jim McIntyre SNS
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- Quote Message: We need to be fully at it, we need to play at a high tempo. If you can get in the top six again, it's a great achievement from St Johnstone assistant manager Callum DavidsonCopyright: SNS
St Johnstone: Mannus, Easton, Scobbie, Anderson, Shaughnessy, Swanson, Lappin, Davidson, Wotherspoon, MacLean, Kane. Subs: Doyle, Millar, Sutton, Clark, Cummins, Craig, Krachunov.
Ross County: Gary Woods, Davies, Quinn, Fraser, Gardyne, Irvine, Martin Woods, McShane, Franks, Graham, Goodwillie. Subs: Robertson, Boyce, Foster, Konopka, Murdoch, Schalk, De Vita.
Referee: Steven McLean.
Tonight's games are getting underway.
Inverness CT: Fon Williams, Meekings, Warren, Devine, Tremarco, Horner, Draper, Wedderburn, Vigurs, Foran, Hughes. Subs: Esson, Ryan Williams, Roberts, Danny Williams, Polworth, Storey.
Hibernian: Oxley, Gray, McGregor, Fontaine, Stevenson, Keatings, Bartley, Henderson, McGinn, Stokes, Cummings. Subs: El Alagui, Handling, Boyle, Gunnarsson, Dagnall, Thomson, Virtanen.
Referee: Stephen Finnie.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright is not in attendance at McDiarmid Park due to illness.
Assistant Callum Davidson says Wright is recovering from "a bug".Copyright: SNS
Inverness, 2-1 winners over Falkirk in last season's final, are bidding to be the first team since Rangers in 2009 to claim back-to-back Scottish Cup trophy wins.
- Quote Message: Hopefully, we'll take care of business. I think we've got a real affinity with the Scottish Cup from Inverness manager John HughesCopyright: SNS
- Quote Message: We will all stick together when we've had a couple of indifferent results. We've actually been playing okay without getting rewards from Hibernian head coach Alan StubbsCopyright: SNS
Hibs were the side County beat in Sunday's final at Hampden with Alan Stubbs' side going down 2-1.
The Easter Road side are in contention for promotion from the Championship and will be desperate to maintain their Scottish Cup ambitions.Copyright: SNS
Saints have not played since last Wednesday's 1-0 win over Inverness.
Chris Kane's late goal gave them victory that night.Copyright: SNS
Scottish League Cup winners Ross County return to action at McDiarmid Park against St Johnstone.
The two sides are level on points in the top six of the Premiership and have the same goal difference. Will it be the same come close of play tonight or will one team push up closer to third-placed Hearts?Copyright: SNS
At the Caledonian Stadium, Inverness and Hibs contest a Scottish Cup replay after drawing 1-1 at Easter Road earlier this month.
Dundee United will face the winner in the semi-finals.Copyright: SNS
Good evening and welcome. There's league and cup action in Scotland this evening with plenty at stake.