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  1. FT: Queen of the South 3-0 Dundee - Dobbie hat trick to take season's tally to 37
  2. FT: Stenhousemuir 1-4 Aberdeen - McGinn, Cosgrove (pen), Stewart & Donaldson og; Munro for League One side
  3. Original ties both ended 1-1
  4. FT: Ayr Utd 2-3 Inverness CT - hosts miss chance to go top of Championship
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Live Reporting

By Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Cowdenbeath v Rangers next

    There's one game to go before the Scottish Cup's fifth round line-up is complete and that comes tomorrow night.

    Cowdenbeath host Rangers in a rearranged game after the original was called off because of a frozen pitch.

    Rangers have helped out the League Two club with the cost of an incubation system designed to ensure it will beat the cold snap this time.

    It was be a surprise if it doesn't go ahead this time - and an even bigger one should Steven Gerrard's side fail to secure an all-Premiership tie away to Kilmarnock.

    Join us tomorrow for live coverage from Central Park along with the top flight meeting between leaders Celtic and St Johnstone.

    Scottish Cup fifth-round draw

    Aberdeen v Queen of the South

    Celtic v St Johnstone

    East Fife v Partick Thistle

    Hearts 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 weekend of 9 and 10 February

  2. 'Embarrassing' for Dundee

    FT: Queen of the South 3-0 Dundee

    Dundee manager Jim McIntyre has described the defeat by Queens as "embarrassing" and says more new signings are "clearly needed".

    He has also promised changes to his side for Saturday's crunch game away to relegation rivals Hamilton Academical.

    Dundee manager Jim McIntyre left dejected
    Image caption: Jim McIntyre was left dejected as his opponents celebrated
  3. Queens 'will relish big challenge'

    FT: Queen of the South 3-0 Dundee

    Queen of the South assistant manager Dougie Anderson is delighted to be through to the next round.

    "We managed the game well," he tells BBC Scotland. "Dundee started quite well and a bit of magic from Stephen settled us down.

    "We didn't let them get any momentum and we did well over the piece.

    "It is great for the club. It is fantastic to go somewhere like Pittodrie and it is a big challenge against a top three club.

    "The manager will have them organised and it will be a game to remember."

  4. 'No pride' in Ayr fightback

    FT: Ayr United 2-3 Inverness CT

    Ayr United manager Ian McCall is not taking any consolation from his side's two-goal fightback after the break.

    "I am not feeling any pride at all because we lost the game," he tells BBC Scotland. "I did not think it was a game of two halves.

    "They had 18 minutes and we had the rest of the game.

    "You can't give anyone three goals of a start and we gifted them at least two of them."

    Ayr are left dejected
  5. Caley Thistle boss looking up

    FT: Ayr United 2-3 Inverness CT

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager John Robertson thinks a win over Partick Thistle on Saturday would bring his side right back into the title race.

    "We are delighted with the three points and we just about deserved it," he tells BBC Scotland.

    "I love this place. It is a throwback and you know 3-0 was never going to be enough.

    "If we win again on Saturday, we are back in the hunt."

  6. Dons 'have too much about them'

    FT: Stenhousemuir 1-4 Aberdeen

    Derek Ferguson

    Former Rangers and Hamilton midfielder on Sportsound

    Quote Message: Queen of the South are formidable at Palmerston, but I watched them at Partick Thistle on Saturday and they were disappointing. I think Aberdeen would just have too much about them. They are a good side when they are at it
  7. 'Man-mark Dobbie'

    FT: Queen of the South 3-0 Dundee

    Tam McManus

    Former Hibernian striker on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: I would fancy Queens more at home. I would fancy Aberdeen at Pittodrie, but if they can bring them back to Palmerston then it's game on. If I was Aberdeen, I would just man-mark Dobbie
  8. McMenamin accepts responsibility

    FT: Stenhousemuir 1-4 Aberdeen

    Stenhousemuir manager Colin McMenamin: "It's probably my fault the way I set the team off, but we sat off them too much early on.

    "But we acquitted ourselves well in both games and it's made some money for the club, at least, so we can get on with the league campaign now."

    McMenamin thinks his side have shown enough in their two games against Aberdeen - and Saturday's league win over Airdrieonians - to suggest they can lift themselves off the foot of League One.

    Meanwhile, he thinks Aberdeen are capable of going all the way in the cup - and challenging Celtic for the Premiership title.

    Stenhousemuir manager Colin McMenamin
  9. Dons 'more clinical' - McInnes

    FT: Stenhousemuir 1-4 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes on BBC Radio Scotland: "I thought we were bright with our work, similar to our last game against Stenhousemuir.

    "The difference this time was that we were far more clinical.

    "We didn't start the second half properly and I'm disappointed we did not keep a clean sheet.

    "So it wasn't perfect, but it was pretty close to it and more than I expected of us and ultimately we scored some excellent goals."

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes congratulates his players
  10. FULL-TIME Queen of the South 3-0 Dundee

    Stephen Dobbie's fifth hat-trick of the season takes Queen of the South into the fifth round of the Scottish Cup.

    There, they will face Aberdeen, who will be hosts on 10 February thanks to their convincing win over Stenhousemuir tonight.

    It was a win for the Championship promotion hopefuls against a Dundee side sitting second bottom of the Premiership, so it was no real shock.

    For Dundee, it is back to concentrating on avoiding the drop.

    Stephen Dobbie (centre) celebrates scoring against Dundee
  11. FULL-TIME Ayr United 2-3 Inverness CT

    Despite their spirited second-half fightback, Ayr blow a chance to move top of the Championship ahead of Ross County on goal difference.

    Nathan Austin twice capitalised on poor defending and Liam Polworth added a third to give Caley Thistle what looked like an impregnable lead at half-time.

    The introduction of talisman Lawrence Shankland brought Ayr back to life after the break.

    He set up Declan McDaid to pull one back and added the second himself, but Ian McCall's side just fall short.

    Caley Thistle move level on points with fourth-top Queen of the South.

    Nathan Austin celebrates
    Image caption: Nathan Austin scored twice for Caley Thistle
  12. Focus on Shankland

    Ayr United 2-3 Inverness CT

    Lawrence Shankland's importance to Ayr is obvious.

    Any time, he has been out of the team this struggled.

    When he is in the side, he usually scores and it is down to him that Ayr are sitting second in the Championship.

    Lawrence Shankland scores Ayr's second goal
    Image caption: Lawrence Shankland scored Ayr's second goal after coming off the bench
  13. GOAL Ayr United 2-3 Inverness CT

    Lawrence Shankland

    Lawrence Shankland scores his 29th goal of the season.

    Hampered by a niggling injury, the striker who has been a target for top clubs north and south of the border, has come off the bench to set up Declan McDaid for Ayr's first and now sends a 30-yard free-kick thundering into the net.

    Can Ayr find another one to complete an unlikely fightback with time running out?

  14. FULL-TIME Stenhousemuir 1-4 Aberdeen

    It's all over at Ochilview, where Stenhousemuir's dream of repeating their famous 1995 win over Aberdeen was extinguished early on.

    Niall McGinn's early strike was followed by a Sam Cosgrove penalty and a Greg Stewart finish before half-time.

    The side sitting bottom of League One made a spirited attempt at a comeback after the break, their reward being a headed goal from Andy Munro.

    An unlikely fightback it would have been, but thoughts of that were quickly ended by full-back Ruaridh Donaldson's stunning own goal.

    The Premiership side were stunned by a late equaliser at Pittodrie, but they well and truly make amends to progress to a fifth-round tie that looks likely to be against Queen of the South.

    Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie celebrates
    Image caption: Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie was able to celebrate at the final whistle
  15. GOAL Queen of the South 3-0 Dundee

    Stephen Dobbie

    It looks all over now for Dundee in Dumfries.

    Stephen Dobbie completes his hat-trick, slotting home after the striker pounces on a slack pass-back from defender Genseric Kusunga.

  16. Stenny earn back respect

    Stenhousemuir 1-4 Aberdeen

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: If Stenhousemuir put the same effort, attitude and appetite into the first half then we'd have had a much closer game. Aberdeen's quality has shown, but they've got back quite a bit of respect with their second-half performance
  17. Shankland back with bang

    Ayr United 1-3 Inverness CT

    Ayr's Declan McDaid and Lawrence Shankland celebrate
    Image caption: Declan McDaid and Lawrence Shankland combined to bring Ayr back into the game.
  18. An own goal to forget or savour

    Stenhousemuir 1-4 Aberdeen

    Stenhousemuir defender Ruaridh Donaldson has scored one of the most spectacular own goals you can imagine.

    Watch out for that when we publish the highlights tomorrow.

    Stenhousemuir's Ruaridh Donaldson is left disappointed

    Stenhousemuir 1-4 Aberdeen

    It's Graeme Smith against Aberdeen at the moment.

    The veteran former Motherwell goalkeeper saves three efforts from Sam Cosgrove and produces an excellent stop from Scott Wright in quick succession.

  20. Post update

    Queen of the South 2-0 Dundee

    Stephen Dobbie robs Nathan Ralph on the edge of the Dundee penalty box, but the striker is unable to complete his hat-trick and his shot is straight at goalkeeper Seny Dieng.