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Summary

  1. FT: Hamilton 0-3 Celtic (Christie, Martin O/G, Griffiths)
  2. FT: Hibernian (Kusunga O/G, Porteous) 2-2 Dundee (Miller, McGowan)
  3. FT: Motherwell (Johnson x2, Turnbull) 3-0 Aberdeen
  4. FT: Rangers (Candeias, Morelos, Arfield) 3-0 Livingston
  5. FT: St Johnstone 0-0 Kilmarnock
  6. FT: St Mirren (Hammill x2) 2-0 Hearts

Live Reporting

By Andy Campbell

All times stated are UK

  1. Good night

    Well, that's all from me.

    I'll leave you with Off the Ball and BBC Alba's 'as live' coverage of St Mirren v Hearts above.

    Please join us again on Thursday evening for live coverage of Celtic and Rangers' Europa League matches.

  2. Derbies and familiar foes in cup

    Scottish Cup fourth round

    So, some interesting ties in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.

    There's an Ayrshire derby between Auchinleck Talbot and Ayr United and a meeting of Fife rivals Raith Rovers and Dunfermline Athletic.

    Two all-Premiership ties: Hearts v Livingston and St Johnstone v Hamilton.

    Holders Celtic open their campaign at home to Airdrieonians while last season's finalists Motherwell are at home to Ross County.

    Steven Gerrard's first Scottish Cup tie will be away to Cowdenbeath while League Cup finalists Aberdeen take on the only current Scottish league side they have played but never beaten - Stenhousemuir.

  3. Scottish Cup fourth-round draw in full

    Cowdenbeath v Rangers

    East Fife v Greenock Morton

    Auchinleck Talbot v Ayr United

    St Mirren v Alloa Athletic

    Edinburgh City or Inverness CT v East Kilbride

    Hibernian v Elgin City

    Celtic v Airdrieonians

    Heart of Midlothian v Livingston

    Aberdeen v Stenhousemuir

    St Johnstone v Hamilton Academical

    Dundee v Queen of the South

    Motherwell v Ross County

    Raith Rovers v Dunfermline Athletic

    Montrose or Annan Athletic v Dundee United

    Kilmarnock v Forfar Athletic

    Partick Thistle v Stranraer

    Ties to be played weekend of 19 January

  4. Morelos gave Rangers a spark - Gerrard

    FT: Rangers 3-0 Livingston

    Ibrox manager Steven Gerrard talking to RangersTV: "It wasn't a typical Rangers performance, where it looks great on the eye, with flowing, attacking football. We've won in a different way today.

    "We stood strong, we stood firm. Livingston came here to spoil the game, to intimidate us, and we had to stand up to it.

    "We didn't build on the early goal but when I made the change for the last 30 minutes. Alfredo [Morelos] came on and gave us a spark and we've gone and killed the game.

    "Special mention to Kyle Lafferty too. He did all of the ugly work, taking the bumps.

    "We're trying to make this place a fortress again and that will take time but so far so good."

    Alfredo Morelos came off the bench to score Rangers' second goal at Ibrox
    Image caption: Morelos came off the bench to score Rangers' second goal at Ibrox
  5. Post update

    Kilmarnock v Forfar Athletic

    Partick Thistle v Stranraer

  6. Post update

    Dundee v Queen of the South

    Motherwell v Ross County

    Raith Rovers v Dunfermline Athletic

    Montrose or Annan Athletic v Dundee United

  7. Post update

    Celtic v Airdrieonians

    Heart of Midlothian v Livingston

    Aberdeen v Stenhousemuir

    St Johnstone v Hamilton Academical

  8. Post update

    St Mirren v Alloa Athletic

    Edinburgh City or Inverness CT v East Kilbride

    Hibernian v Elgin City

  9. Post update

    East Fife v Greenock Morton or Peterhead

    Auchinleck Talbot v Ayr United

  10. Post update

    The draw starts with the first tie:

    Cowdenbeath v Rangers

  11. Scottish Cup fourth-round draw

    The Scottish Cup fourth-round draw is just about to start. It will be conducted by former St Johnstone captain Dave MacKay, who won the trophy, and boxer Josh Taylor.

    You can watch the draw here above.

  12. McIntyre boosted by Easter Road point

    Hibernian 2-2 Dundee

    Dundee manager Jim McIntyre on Sportsound: "We got off to the worst possible start but the response from the players was excellent.

    "I thought we passed the ball really well at times, just a wee bit sloppy in the final third when we had a real chance on the counter.

    "Any time coming away to Easter Road then a point is never a bad result.

    "Fair play to the teams above us who have gone and got positive results but that's not going to determine where we finish, it's what we do.

    "We've just got to concentrate and build on our performance."

  13. Hearts need to get back to basics - Levein

    FT: St Mirren 2-0 Hearts

    Hearts manager Craig Levein was frustrated after his side lost 2-0 to St Mirren.

    He told BBC Scotland: "We didn't play with an awful lot of conviction, particularly in the last third.

    "I think everybody is waiting for somebody to provide some piece of magic to win us a game. We should be doing our own jobs properly.

    "The fact that we're not scoring - that's always a situation that gets everyone a little bit nervous.

    "I was really angry at the end of the first half as there was a really bad tackle on Michael Smith, which I felt was a red card. That didn't go our way."

    Hearts manager Craig Levein
  14. Hibs short of confidence - Lennon

    FT: Hibernian 2-2 Dundee

    Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon on Sportsound: "We were totally dominant in the first half but we’re not putting teams away.

    "We conceded a really poor goal from my point of view before half-time and then we’re not taking anything on board at half-time because we concede more or less straight away again.

    "We look a little bit fragile, a little bit short of confidence."

    Neil Lennon
  15. Who is in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup?

    Aberdeen

    Airdrieonians

    Alloa Athletic

    Annan Athletic or Montrose

    Auchinleck Talbot

    Ayr United

    Celtic

    Cowdenbeath

    Dundee

    Dundee United

    Dunfermline Athletic

    East Fife

    East Kilbride

    Edinburgh City or Inverness CT

    Elgin City

    Forfar Athletic

    Hamilton Academical

    Heart of Midlothian

    Hibernian

    Kilmarnock

    Livingston

    Motherwell

    Partick Thistle

    Peterhead or Greenock Morton

    Queen of the South

    Raith Rovers

    Rangers

    Ross County

    St Johnstone

    St Mirren

    Stenhousemuir

    Stranraer

  16. Run has been tough on St Mirren - Kearney

    FT: St Mirren 2-0 Hearts

    St Mirren manager Oran Kearney was "very pleased" to get his first win since taking charge.

    He told BBC Scotland: "It's been eight weeks since I've been in. It's been a long road. It's been tough on the players.

    "To win a game in that manner today - had we won a couple of games and lost a couple of games then we're sitting mid-table. To win that game with the scars of the last few weeks and what the players have been through, I think it's a huge testament to them and the character that they showed today.

    "In the past few weeks there's been so many positives bar the results on the pitch. But we had showed big signs that it was coming. I could see it in the players. All morning, and when I got to the ground, I had a good feeling, a gut feeling."

    Oran Kearney
  17. Killie were the better team - Clarke

    FT: St Johnstone 0-0 Kilmarnock

    After a tight game, Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke tells BBC Scotland he thought his side had the better of the match.

    "It was two teams determined not to lose the game," he said. "We probably shaded the game in terms of territory, possession, chances created but didn't really do enough in the final third to cause them too many problems.

    "Their goalkeeper has made the best save of the match, but for that we could have nicked the win.

    "I think if you said to us a couple of weeks ago that we'd get four points from two difficult away games we'd probably accepted that. Looking at the balance of play I thought we were the better team marginally on the day."

    Steve Clarke thought his side deserved victory
    Image caption: Steve Clarke thought his side deserved victory
  18. Motherwell looking up - Robinson

    FT: Motherwell 3-0 Aberdeen

    Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson on Sportsound: "Pleased with it. I still think we can improve on it.

    "A terrific reaction to the last result [a 7-1 loss at Rangers]. I wanted us to take responsibility and not get into a blame game about referees and decisions.

    "We battled and were very well organised and we showed a heck of a lot of quality today and with some young players in the team.

    "We've had three wins out of four now and three clean sheets. We have to start looking up the table and be really positive."

    Stephen Robinson
  19. Scottish Cup fourth round draw

    Remember, the draw for the fourth round is coming up at 17:45...

    Who will get their hands on the famous old trophy this season?

    Celtic are going for three-in-a-row.

    Scottish Cup
  20. County up to second

    Scottish Championship

    Scottish Championship table