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  1. 14 Scottish Cup fourth-round ties
  2. FT: Rangers 2-1 Motherwell (Miller 2) (Moult)
  3. Bonnyrigg Rose 1-8 Hibernian; Elgin City 1-2 Inverness
  4. Aberdeen 4-0 Stranraer; Ross County 6-2 Dundee Utd;
  5. Partick 4-0 Fromartine; St Johnstone 2-0 Stenhousemuir
  6. Kilmarnock 0-1 Hamilton; Dundee 0-2 St Mirren; Morton 2-0 Falkirk
  7. Livingston 0-1 East Fife; Stirling 2-2 Clyde;
  8. Alloa 2-3 Dunfermline; Ayr 0-0 Queen's Park

Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan and Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

Scottish Cup recap

Hibernian ensured there wasn't a Scottish Cup upset at Tynecastle this afternoon, as the holders ran riot against junior outfit Bonyrigg Rose.

Kenny Miller fired a brace as Rangers came from behind to floor Motherwell at Ibrox.

Elsewhere in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup, there were wins for: 

  • Aberdeen 
  • Dunfermline
  • St Mirren 
  • Inverness CT
  • Hamilton 
  • East Fife 
  • Morton 
  • Partick Thistle
  • Ross County 
  • St Johnstone

Throw in a couple of replays: Queen's Park v Ayr United (Tue 24 Jan) & Clyde v Stirling Albion (Tue 31 Jan) - and it's been a pulsating day of Scottish Cup action.

Thanks for your company this afternoon. Highlights of all today's Scottish Cup ties will be on Sportscene tonight at 22:30 on BBC One Scotland. 

And we'll have them on our website in due course.

We're back tomorrow for Raith Rovers v Hearts and Albion Rovers v Celtic - followed by the draw for the fifth round. 

Hope you can join us then. Cheers.

Kilmarnock boss Lee Clark

Kilmarnock 0-1 Hamilton Accies

"We didn't deserve to win the game - it wasn't a good match at all. We didn't create enough, we were a bit toothless at the top of the pitch. We had some very good individual performances, my goalkeeper was very good all day, but if you don't do the basics right, keeping possession of the ball, you're going to have problems. 

"As the game wore on, Hamilton grew into it and we've made committed a couple of horrendous errors to give the penalty away. It's a very disappointing day, another cup competition where we've gone out with a whimper."

Kilmarnock boss Lee Clark
"It's a very disappointing day, another cup competition where we've gone out with a whimper"

Hamilton Accies boss Martin Canning

Kilmarnock 0-1 Hamilton

"We've been done by [late goals] a few times ourselves in the league this season, so it feels nice to get the benefit of it.

"It looked [like it was heading for a replay], but in the game we were the slightly better team, we created more opportunities. But we didn't think the goal was going to come.

"We had enough opportunities, but it looked like it was going to be one of those days. The boys kept working hard and thankfully we got our reward. The boys in the middle of the park were good, and we defended really well. That gave us a platform to go on and win the game."

Hamilton Accies boss Martin Canning
"We didn't think the goal was going to come..."

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Elgin City boss Jim Weir

Elgin City 1-2 Inverness CT

"I'm absolutely thrilled with the effort. Getting the first goal was maybe key for us but we lost the goal too early after going in front. 

"Second half Caley controlled the game but unfortunately we couldn't get that second.

"If we'd got to half-time with that one goal lead obviously a bit of fear goes into their game as well.

"They were worthy winners and what a fantastic crowd, it just shows the potential of this football club."

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes

Aberdeen 4-0 Stranraer

"Even if the first goal didn't come as early as we wanted, we kept doing the right things. We had movement ahead of the ball in McLean and Rooney, McGinn and Hayes. 

"It was difficult for Stranraer to cope with."   

Aberdeen players celebrate
The Dons proved too strong for Stranraer

Inverness CT boss Richie Foran

Elgin City 1-2 Inverness CT

"Character: credit to them. It's been a tricky season so far. Weaker players or a weaker team would've folded having gone 1-0 down. They would've panicked. We never did. We controlled most of the game, particularly the second half.  

"In cup football there are always upsets - there wasn't one here today - so I'm delighted."  

Inverness CT boss Richie Foran

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Hibernian boss Neil Lennon

Bonyrigg Rose 1-8 Hibs

"It was a very good performance and the attitude was great. Some sloppy moments in the first half but the second half was excellent. 

"Overall, I'm very pleased and the important thing is we're in the next round. Now, we can get back to business in the league."

Hibs celebrate one of their eight goals at Tynecastle
A ruthless Hibs scored eight goals at Tynecastle

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Bonnyrigg Rose manager Robbie Horn

Bonyrigg 1-8 Hibernian

"We just didn't start the game and we gave away poor goals.There's big disappointment over how we performed. We're better than that but you can't take away anything from Hibs. They were flying."

Bonnyrigg Rose supporters at Tynecastle
Bonnyrigg Rose fans saw their side lose heavily at Tynecastle

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Rangers 2-1 Motherwell

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Easy for the Jags

Partick Th 4-0 Formartine Utd

John Barnes

BBC Scotland at Firhill

Partick Thistle turn in a thoroughly professional performance to clinch their place in the fifth round. The Premiership side had too much class for their Highland League opponents. A double for Chris Erskine and a goal each for Steven Lawless and Abdul Osman ensure a comfortable victory at Firhill.

FULL-TIME Elgin City 1-2 Inverness CT

FULL-TIME Stirling Albion 2-2 Clyde

FULL-TIME St Johnstone 2-0 Stenhousemuir

FULL-TIME Ross County 6-2 Dundee Utd

FULL-TIME Partick 4-0 Formartine Utd

FULL-TIME Morton 2-0 Falkirk

FULL-TIME Livingston 0-1 East Fife

FULL-TIME Aberdeen 4-0 Stranraer

FULL-TIME Dundee 0-2 St Mirren

FULL-TIME Bonyrigg Rose 1-8 Hibernian

FULL-TIME Ayr United 0-0 Queen's Park

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FULL-TIME Alloa 2-3 Dunfermline

FULL-TIME Stirling 2-2 Clyde

GOAL Kilmarnock 0-1 Hamilton

Rakish Bingham

GOAL Ross County 6-2 Dundee United

Jim O'Brien

GOAL Alloa 2-3 Dunfermline

Steven Hetherington

Steven Hetherington latches onto a chipped ball over the Pars defence and stabs the ball beyond Sean Murdoch. This one isn't over yet...

GOAL Stirling Albion 2-2 Clyde

Nguene Bikey

An equaliser for the hosts Nguene Bikey nets his second of the tie against 10-man Clyde.

GOAL Bonnyrigg Rose 1-8 Hibernian (Forster)

It's getting cruel now. James Keatings swings in a free kick and big defender Jordon Forster, making a rare start for Hibs, nods home from close range.

Elgin City 1-2 Inverness CT

Martin Dowden

BBC Sport Scotland at Borough Briggs

It's still a fragile lead but Inverness CT deserve real credit for not panicking after going behind and turning this around.

They're controlling this second half keeping Elgin City in their own half but all it takes is one slip for the home side to get back in this.

 The likelihood of a shock here appears to be over for now.

Bonnyrigg 1-7 Hibs

Kenny Crawford

BBC Sport Scotland at Tynecastle

It's damage limitation for Bonnyrigg now as they seek to avoid an outrageously humiliating scoreline against Hibernian. The junior side's fans have not deserted them but it must be a horrible feeling for the players knowing there is 10 minutes left to resist a rampant and professional Hibs.

GOAL Bonnyrigg Rose 1-7 Hibernian

James Keatings

Seven at Tynecastle? Hibs fans of a certain vintage can have a wee smile about that...

James Keatings squeezes in a shot from a tight angle. That's his second goal of the day.


Stirling Albion 1-2 Clyde

Peter MacDonald wins a penalty and takes it himself but goalkeeper Cammy Binnie denies the striker a hat-trick!

Partick 4-0 Formartine Utd

John Barnes

BBC Scotland at Firhill

Chris Erskine is desperate for hat-trick but he had to stand back and admire Abdul Osman making it 4-0. Conor Gethins who scored a hat-trick for Formartine in the last round as they overcame Annan is on as a substitute for Stuart Anderson.