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Summary

  1. Auchinleck draw Hearts away in Scottish Cup last 16
  2. Celtic host St Johnstone, Inverness travel to face Ross County
  3. Cowdenbeath or Rangers visit Kilmarnock, Hibs host Raith Rovers
  4. Debutant Vanacek sets up Clare's first goal for Hearts to beat Livi
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  1. Oh Clare!

    Sean Clare's fine finish ensures that the Scottish Cup fourth-round weekend comes to a close with Hearts progressing to the next stage.

    There, they will face a rematch with junior giant killers Auchinleck Talbot.

    Holders Celtic host St Johnstone, but two ties await replays and a rearranged game before the full draw takes shape.

    It's been a busy and thrilling weekend of cup football, but it's back to a full card of Premiership games on Wednesday.

    Join us then.

    Scottish Cup fifth-round draw:

    Aberdeen or Stenhousemuir v Dundee or Queen of the South

    Celtic v St Johnstone

    East Fife v Partick Thistle

    Heart of Midlothian v Auchinleck Talbot

    Hibernian v Raith Rovers

    Kilmarnock v Cowdenbeath or Rangers

    Ross County v Inverness Caledonian Thistle

    St Mirren v Dundee United

    Ties to be played 9/10 February

    Hearts' Sean Clare celebrates
  2. Talbot brothers 'can't wait'

    Scottish Cup fifth-round draw reaction

    Auchinleck brothers Stephen Wilson and Gordon Wilson welcomed the draw with Hearts and recalled that a Gordon Pope equaliser was controversially chopped off when they lost at Tynecastle in 2012.

    Midfielder Steven tells BBC Sportsound: "I thought Hearts were poor today and Livingston were really unlucky not to get a draw.

    "It was going to be difficult for us whoever we got in the draw, but we look forward to it.

    "It's a massive place to come, so I can't wait for it"

    Striker Gordon, Talbot's top scorer, adds: "It's going to be a tough ask, but I think we'll set up much the same as we did yesterday - try and stay in the game as long as possible and you never know what can happen."

    Gordon Pope finds the net for Auchinleck against Hearts
    Image caption: Gordon Pope found the net for Auchinleck against Hearts, but his effort was disallowed
  3. Player Rater - the result

    FT: Hearts 1-0 Livingston

    Craig Halkett was on the losing side today, but the Livingston captain was voted man of the match in the BBC's Player Rater.

    Craig Halkett and David Vanacek
    Image caption: Craig Halkett (left) had a fine game for Livingston
  4. Omen for Hearts?

    Scottish Cup fifth-round draw reaction

    Hearts assistant manager Austin MacPhee hopes drawing Auchinleck Talbot in the fifth round of the Scottish Cup will be an "omen" for his side.

    "On the way to winning the cup in 2012, Hearts beat Auchinleck 1-0," he recalls on Sportsound.

    "We can’t take it lightly. We're pleased with a home tie and avoid Celtic and Rangers in the early rounds.

    "We’ve got a great record at Tynecastle and hope to progress to the next round."

    Hearts' Gordon Smith scores against Auchinleck
    Image caption: Hearts' Gordon Smith scored the only goal against Auchinleck in 2012
  5. Livi 'lacked luck and composure' - Holt

    FT: Hearts 1-0 Livingston

    Livingston head coach Gary Holt tells BBC Scotland: "I thought it was a good cup tie, I thought both teams were at it.

    "A wee bit more luck for us in the final third and composure, we could have created better chances.

    "I thought we gave it a right good go, but the one really good bit of quality was from them."

    Hearts' Ben Garuccio (left) competes with Livingston's Declan Gallagher.
  6. Clare here 'to excite fans'

    FT: Heart of Midlothian 1-0 Livingston

    Hearts assistant manager Austin MacPhee tells Sportsound: "I don’t think today was ever going to be a classic.

    "Livi are really good at what they do and we’ve struggled to score against them in the last three hours and that’s been well documented.

    "We brought Sean Clare here to do things that will win us games - to excite the supporters and hopefully today will be the start of it."

    Austin MacPhee
  7. Big ties in cup draw

    Scottish Cup draw reaction

    Holders Celtic have been handed the only guaranteed all-Premiership tie of the fifth round but will fancy their chances against St Johnstone considering they are at home.

    Kilmarnock will probably be facing Rangers in what could be the tie of the round - unless League Two side Cowdenbeath can spring a surprise in their rearranged tie against Steven Gerrard's Ibrox men.

    Aberdeen could be hosting Dundee, but both sides face tricky away ties first, against Stenhousemuir and Queen of the South respectively.

    Junior side Auchinleck's reward for knocking out Championship high-flyers Ayr is a return to Tynecastle, where they lost narrowly to Hearts in the Scottish Cup in 2012.

    Meanwhile, there's a Highland derby with Ross County hosting Championship rivals Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

    Lots of mouth-watering ties there then.

  8. Livi 'unlucky'

    FT: Heart of Midlothian 1-0 Livingston

    Gordon Smith

    Former SFA chief executive at Tynecastle

    Quote Message: Livingston worked very hard in the second half. They changed their system and threw players forward. From that point of view, they were unlucky
  9. Rovers will 'put up a show'

    Scottish Cup draw reaction

    John McGlynn

    Raith Rovers manager John McGlynn on Sportsound

    Raith Rovers manager John McGlynn sounded a little downbeat at having been given an away tie against a Premiership side - Hibernian - after their fine win over Fife neighbours Dunfermline.

    "Obviously away from home to a team in the top league is going to be difficult," he tells Sportsound. "No-one will expect is to win. We'll go there and put up a show."

  10. Hearts forwards enthused after cup win

    FT: Hearts 1-0 Livingston

    Hearts match winner Sean Clare said it was "amazing" to score his first goal for the club and told BBC Scotland: "I'm enjoying it. It's a very fast-paced game, very physical game."

    Team-mate Steven Naismith said of Hearts' chances in the Scottish Cup: "There's an expectation there, especially in the cup competitions. There is belief."

    Sean Clare
  11. Holders Celtic host St Johnstone

    Scottish Cup fifth-round draw

    Ross County v Inverness Caledonian Thistle

    Hibernian v Raith Rovers

    Kilmarnock v Cowdenbeath or Rangers

    Heart of Midlothian v Auchinleck Talbot

    St Mirren v Dundee United

    East Fife v Partick Thistle

    Aberdeen or Stenhousemuir v Dundee or Queen of the South

    Celtic v St Johnstone

    Ties to be played 9/10 February

  12. Draw live on BBC Scotland

    Scottish Cup fifth-round

    Here comes the draw for the fifth round...

  13. Hearts on an 'upward curve'

    FT: Heart of Midlothian 1-0 Livingston

    Tom English

    BBC Scotland's chief sports writer

    Quote Message: Hearts were strong defensively today. There's no questioning their resilience, their resolve. They showed plenty of desire. They're on an upward curve.That's three good wins on the bounce. Especially that game against Hibs
  14. Hearts v Livingston - rate the players

    Rater

    Who impressed and who didn't as Hearts beat Livingston in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup?

    Hearts v Livingston player rater - who was man of the match?

    Rater

    Who impressed the most as Hearts beat Livingston in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup?

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  15. Story of the game

    FT: Heart of Midlothian 1-0 Livingston

    FT Stats
  16. FULL-TIME Heart of Midlothian 1-0 Livingston

    It was no classic, but Hearts won't bother about that as they take their place in this afternoon's draw for the fifth round of the Scottish Cup.

    Sean Clare's first Hearts goal shortly after the break was enough to give the Edinburgh side sweet revenge for that 5-0 thumping by Livingston in the Premiership last month.

    New signing David Vanecek played his part, setting up the former Sheffield Wednesday midfielder for a fine finish.

    David Vanecek and Sean Clare celebrate Hearts' goal
    Image caption: David Vanecek and Sean Clare combined for Hearts' goal
  17. Post update

    Heart of Midlothian 1-0 Livingston

    Livi goalkeeper Liam Kelly thumps a long ball into the Hearts penalty box and counterpart Colin Doyle makes a mess of coming for it, but a foul is given against the visitors for a bit of barging.

    Time running out on Livi...

  18. Post update

    Heart of Midlothian 1-0 Livingston

    Declan Gallagher is lucky not to be booked as the Livi centre-half batters David Vanecek into the sidelines.

    We are into stoppage time...can Livi force a replay?

  19. 'Relief' for Hearts

    Heart of Midlothian 1-0 Livingston

    John McGlynn

    Raith Rovers manager John McGlynn on Sportsound

    Quote Message: Hearts will be relieved. They were having to defend set plays a lot. They're now playing in the Livingston half
    Livingston striker Dolly Menga goes off
    Image caption: Livingston have lost striker Dolly Menga through injury
  20. Morrison off, Mulraney on

    Heart of Midlothian 1-0 Livingston

    That is Callumn Morrison's last contribution as the winger is replaced with fellow winger Jake Mulraney.