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  1. Scottish Cup fifth-round ties
  2. FT: Celtic 6-0 Inverness (Lustig, Dembele 3, Tierney, Brown), FT: Ross County 0-1 Aberdeen (Logan)
  3. FT: St Johnstone 0-1 Partick Thistle (Barton), FT: East Fife 2-3 St Mirren (Duggan, 2 pens; Smith, Morgan 2)
  4. FT: Dunfermline 1-1 Hamilton (McMullan; Redmond), FT: Ayr 1-1 Clyde (Cairney; Gormley, pen) - replays on Tuesday
  5. Premiership: Dundee 1-1 Kilmarnock (Holt; Boyd)
  6. Championship: Falkirk 3-0 Dundee Utd (Baird, Muirhead, Craigen)

Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

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  1. Cheerio

    I'm going to sign off now. Congratulations to Celtic, Aberdeen, Partick Thistle and St Mirren for making it through to the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup.

    Make sure you join us for Hearts v Hibs and Rangers v Morton tomorrow and tune into Sportscene tonight (22:30 BBC One Scotland).

    Enjoy the rest of your Saturday...

    Partick Thistle were among today's winners
    Image caption: Partick Thistle were among today's Scottish Cup winners
  2. 'Saints did not do enough to win'

    FT: St Johnstone 0-1 Partick Thistle

    St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright talking to BBC Scotland:

    "It's never nice to lose in any cup competition but we lost that game in the first 20 minutes. The first goal is always important and I don't think we started the game very well as it was about 18 minutes before we made a tackle.

    "Second half we were better and made some decent chances but we were always vulnerable to the counter-attack from Partick, which they did very well.

    "Overall, we didn't do enough to win the game. Now we have to get back to the league where we are doing well but we need to get to that 40 point target than take it from there."

  3. Jags boss delighted to make last eight

    FT: St Johnstone 0-1 Partick Thistle

    Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald talking to BBC Scotland:

    "I think we deserved the win. We started brightly after making a number of changes and a change of shape as well, so I was really pleased.

    "It's all about scoring when you are on top in games and we did that even though it would have been easier if we had taken one or two of the other ones we made. Zander Clark made a couple of wonder saves as he always seems to do against us but we worked our goal really well.

    "It's strange as St Johnstone have beaten us twice at our place and we have done the same here so it really is a funny old game as they say."

  4. Buddies look for momentum

    FT: East Fife 2-3 St Mirren

    St Mirren manager Jack Ross talking to BBC Scotland: "We scored two quality goals in the second half. Lewis Morgan is a great talent and he's so two-footed as he showed with his finishes.

    "The conditions were very difficult and East Fife made it difficult for us as well, so I'm delighted to get through.

    "Our cup form has been very good. It's been a difficult season for this group and they showed good character today. That's something to build on."

  5. Sportscene has it covered

    You can catch highlights of today's action on Sportscene later this evening. That's on at 22:30 on BBC One Scotland.

  6. Sunday sizzlers on the menu

    We'll be back tomorrow for a cracking Edinburgh derby, with Scottish Cup holders Hibernian travelling to Tynecastle for a lunchtime kick-off.

    Rangers are at home to Morton, with Graeme Murty in charge of the home side after Mark Warburton's strange departure.

  7. Aberdeen 'up for the fight'

    FT: Ross County 0-1 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen match-winner Shay Logan talking to BBC Sportsound: "We had a lot of chances and deserved the win.

    "They have a very good keeper [Scott Fox] and he did everything he could do to keep them in the game

    "It's always nice to get the winner. It's going to be a fight in the next round, whoever we get.

    "We did well to get to the final of the League Cup, but we want to give a better account of ourselves if we meet Celtic again in this one."

  8. Big day for Bairns

    FT: Falkirk 3-0 Dundee Utd

    A huge result in the Championship's only game. United chipped away at Hibs' lead last week but took a step backwards today as the Bairns ran over the top of them.

    Peter Houston's side, beaten in the play-off final last term, are just three points behind the Tannadice outfit now, as are Morton.

    It's no longer a two-horse race at the top end of the table...

  9. 'Warburton did not handle criticism'

    Former Rangers player Derek Ferguson reacting to the statement from chairman Dave King

    "He [Mark Warburton] doesn't seem to deal with criticism very well and you're always going to be scrutinised at the two big clubs in Glasgow. He doesn't seem to have been 100% committed to the club and fans won't put up with that.

    "I don't think he got what Rangers are all about.

    "He paid a lot of money for Joe Garner and he doesn't really fit into his style of play.

    "The amount of money that's already been spent [King's £18m figure] is quite interesting. I didn't realise it was as much as that."

    Mark Warburton
    Image caption: Warburton denies that he resigned from his post
  10. Logan head over heels

    FT: Ross County 0-1 Aberdeen

    Shay Logan's goal may have been a bit scruffy, with a deflection helping his shot sneak into the corner of the net. However, the Dons full-back gets full marks for his celebration - and no one at Pittodrie will give a two hoots about how the goal went in anyway...

    Shay Logan celebrates his winning goal in Dingwall
  11. Four names safely in the hat

    So, who's through to tomorrow's draw for the Scottish Cup quarter finals.



    Partick Thistle

    St Mirren

    Clyde or Ayr United

    Hamilton or Dunfermline

    Hearts or Hibernain (Sunday, 12:30)

    Rangers or Morton (Sunday, 15:00)

  12. FULL-TIME Dunfermline 1-1 Hamilton

    These two will do it all again at New Douglas Park on Tuesday. The Championship side had chances to kill the game but Accies were the stronger team after equalising.

  13. FULL-TIME Falkirk 3-0 Dundee United

    Charlie Mann

    BBC Scotland

    Falkirk move to within three points of second-placed Dundee United with an emphatic win in the day's only Championship fixture.

    Aaron Muirhead celebrates
    Image caption: Aaron Muirhead scored a penalty for Falkirk
  14. FULL-TIME Dundee 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock nudge up one place and into the top six of the Premiership following an entertaining draw. The solitary point lifts Dundee an amazing three spots to seventh.

  15. FULL-TIME East Fife 2-3 St Mirren

    The Buddies are saving their best form for the Scottish Cup it seems. Lewis Morgan grabbed a couple of goals for the visitors, the second of which was an absolute belter.

  16. GOAL East Fife 2-3 St Mirren

    Chris Duggan, pen

    With the last kick of the ball, Chris Duggan knocks home another penalty for the Methil side.

  17. FULL-TIME St Johnstone 0-1 Partick Thistle

    The Jags go marching into the last eight of the Scottish Cup thanks to Adam Barton's early goal.

    Saints were very flat, rarely threatening to find a way back.

    Adam Barton's goal was enough for Thistle in Perth
    Image caption: Barton's goal was enough for Thistle in Perth
  18. FULL-TIME Ross County 0-1 Aberdeen

    The Dons were on top for long spells but it needed a deflection on Shay Logan's shot to find a way past inspired home keeper Scott Fox.

    County offered next to nothing up front.

  19. CLOSE!

    Ross County 0-0 Aberdeen

    County are desperately pressing for a late leveller, but the towering figure of Joe Lewis is keeping them at bay. The Dons keeper beats away Jay McEveley's header, then rises to punch clear a deflected free kick with a right hook that wouldn't have looked out of place at Madison Square Gardens.

  20. Post update

    Dundee 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock almost hit the front at Dens Park with Rory McKenzie smashing in an effort from distance that Scott Bain tips over. The home side then race up the park and Faissal El Bakhtaoui drives a shot narrowly wide.