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Live Reporting

By Bryn Palmer

All times stated are UK

  1. Hibs makes four changes

    Hibernian v Livingston (19:45)

    Hibernian boss Neil Lennon was furious with his side's second-half display against Motherwell on Saturday, as they blew a two-goal lead to draw 2-2.

    Lennon said he would make changes and he has been true to his word. In comes goalkeeper Ross Laidlaw, with Ofir Marciano - at fault on Saturday - on the bench.

    Lewis Stevenson, Vykintas Slivka and Danny Swanson also start, with Steven Whittaker, Simon Murray and Brandon Barker having to settle for spots on the bench.

    We're still waiting on confirmation of the Livi team...

    Ross Laidlaw in action for Hibs
    Image caption: Ross Laidlaw has only featured once for Hibs this season, in an earlier round of the cup against Arbroath
  2. LINE-UPS at Firhill

    Partick Thistle v Rangers (19:45)

    Partick Thistle: Scully; McGinn, Keown, Devine, Elliott; Turnbull, Barton; Spittal, Edwards, Lawless; Sammon.

    Substitutes: Sneddon, Bannigan, Doolan,Nitriansky, Nisbet, McCarthy.

    Rangers: Alnwick; Tavernier, Cardoso, Alves, John; Dorrans, Jack, Pena, Candeias, Morelos, Windass.

    Substitutes: Foderingham, McCrorie, Hodson, Dalcio, Holt, Nemane, Herrera.

  3. Pena makes first start for Rangers

    Partick Thistle v Rangers (19:45)

    Rangers make three changes to their starting line up, with goalkeeper Wes Foderingham, injured defender Lee Wallace and the rested Kenny Miller all dropping out.

    They are replaced by goalkeeper Jak Alnwick, left-back Declan John and Carlos Pena, who will play in a midfield three alongside Graham Dorrans and Ryan Jack, with Daniel Candeias, Alfredo Morelos and Josh Windass up front.

    Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald makes two changes to the side that drew with Rangers last Friday night.

    Midfielder Chris Erskine is suspended for Tuesday's Scottish League Cup quarter-final, while forward Miles Storey is ineligible.

    They are replaced in the starting line up by Steven Lawless and Conor Sammon.

    Carlos Pena celebrates scoring for Rangers against Dundee
    Image caption: Pena scored as a substitute in Rangers' recent 4-1 win over Dundee
  4. Easter Road for redemption?

    Hibernian v Livingston (19:45)

    Easter Road could also be lively tonight. Hibs boss Neil Lennon was pretty scathing about his side's second-half efforts against Motherwell on Saturday, describing their defending - when they let a 2-0 lead slip to draw 2-2 - as "like an under 8s side".falsefalse

    So you'd expect a reaction from the home side, who have a decent cup record in recent years.

    Local rivals Livingston, though, have made a decent start to life in the second-tier Championship - sixth place, four points off the top - after romping to the League One title last season.

    What price Livi causing an upset and reaching the last four?

    Neil Lennon makes a point to his Hibs players
    Image caption: Neil Lennon will expect a reaction from his Hibs side against Livingston
  5. Firhill for...aggro?

    Partick Thistle v Rangers (19:45)

    This is the second meeting in four days between the two sides from west Glasgow, and it's fair to say the fallout from the first encounter has been a bit spicy.

    One word seems to have cropped up more than any other - aggression.

    Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha believes Thistle's approach in Friday's 2-2 Premiership draw - which saw the Jags shown five yellow cards and one red, with Ryan Edwards perhaps fortunate to receive neither for a tackle on Ryan Jack - showed that opponents are more aggressive against Rangers than other teams.

    Thistle boss Alan Archibald, unsurprisingly, disagreed. "I really wish we were a bit more aggressive," he said. "We are probably not aggressive enough."

    Judge for yourself if you haven't caught the highlights of Friday's game yet.

  6. Up for the Scottish League Cup?

    Evening all. It's Scottish League Cup action tonight, with the first two of four intriguing quarter-finals on the menu.

    Champions Celtic are at Dundee tomorrow evening, while Aberdeen travel to Motherwell on Thursday. But tonight we have Partick Thistle v Rangers, and Hibernian v Livingston.

    Pumped?

    Rangers' Bruno Alves tangles with Partick Thistle's Miles Storey
    Image caption: Can Rangers maintain their dominance over Thistle, who haven't beaten them for 24 years?