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Andy Campbell

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  1. Post update

    St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright

    "Overall we deserved our victory. Two very good goals put us in total command. We're hopeful that on any given day we can beat anybody. The cup's all about on the day and getting a wee bit of good fortune. We'll look forward to the draw and see who we get in the next round."

  2. Post update

    Let's give the last word to Tommy Wright, manager of Scottish Cup holders St Johnstone, who beat St Johnstone.

  3. Post update

    We'll be back tomorrow with live text commentary of Rangers v Kilmarnock and Hearts v Celtic. These matches will also be on BBC Radio Scotland 810MW, DAB and online.

  4. Post update

    It's almost time for me to go. Thank you for joining us today.

  5. Post update

    Spartans manager Dougie Samuel

    "It's wonderful. Everybody will spend the weekend dreaming of drawing their favourite side. Second-half, my players were superb."

  6. Post update

    Is St Johnstone's name on the Scottish Cup again this season? James McFadden (right) scored what turned out to be the winner for Tommy Wright's side against Ross County.

    Tommy Wright and James McFadden
  7. Post update

    Keith Watson headed Dundee United's winner against Motherwell.

    Keith Watson celebrates after scoring for Dundee United against Motherwell
  8. Post update

    Stewart Dickson on Facebook: "Great comeback from Dundee United - go on United!"

  9. TEXT 80295

    Anonymous: "Got to love the optimism of the Hibs fans re-SC. And it's well over 100 years, 112 actually. 112."


    Scottish League Two

    Clyde 0-2 Queen's Park

    East Stirlingshire 1-1 East Fife

  11. Post update

    And there are still two fourth-round ties tomorrow. Rangers host Kilmarnock at 12:45 GMT before Celtic visit Hearts in the 15:15 GMT kick-off. Join us again for more live coverage tomorrow.

  12. Post update

    So, Arbroath, Dundee, Dundee United, Falkirk, Hibernian, Partick Thistle, Queen of the South, Raith Rovers, Spartans and St Johnstone are into Monday's fifth-round draw.

    The replay between Inverness Caledonian Thistle and St Mirren will take place on Tuesday 2 December.

    Berwick Rangers and Annan Athletic will replay on 9 December, as will Albion Rovers and Berwick Rangers and also Dunfermline and Stranraer.


    Scottish Cup fourth round

    Alloa Athletic 1-2 Hibernian

    Annan Athletic 1-1 Brechin City

    Berwick Rangers 1-1 Albion Rovers

    Bo'ness United 0-5 Arbroath

    Dundee 2-1 Aberdeen

    Falkirk 1-0 Cowdenbeath

    Motherwell 1-2 Dundee United

    Partick Thistle 2-0 Hamilton Academical

    Queen of the South 4-1 Brora Rangers

    Spartans 2-1 Greenock Morton

    St Johnstone 2-1 Ross County

    St Mirren 1-1 Inverness CT

    Stirling Albion 0-2 Raith Rovers

    Stranraer 2-2 Dunfermline


    Partick Thistle 2-0 Hamilton Academical

    Thistle overcome their Premiership rivals Accies to reach round five.


    Spartans 2-1 Greenock Morton

    Spartans reach the last 16 of the Scottish Cup after overcoming Scottish League One Greenock Morton.


    Stranraer 2-2 Dunfermline

    Stranraer drew level against the Pars through Craig Malcolm's late goal and the two sides will contest a replay at East End Park on 9 December.


    St Johnstone 2-1 Ross County

    St Johnstone's defence of the Scottish Cup begins with victory over Ross County.


    Motherwell 1-2 Dundee Utd

    Last year's finalists Dundee United are in the next round after coming from behind to beat Motherwell.

  19. GOAL

    Spartans 2-1 Greenock Morton (Beesley)

    Jack Beesley's low shot puts Spartans ahead against Morton.


    Alloa Athletic 1-2 Hibernian

    A narrow win takes Hibernian through.


    St Mirren 1-1 Inverness CT

    A replay will be required to decide whether St Mirren or Inverness progress to the fifth round. Their replay is scheduled for Tuesday in Inverness.


    Queen of the South 4-1 Brora Rangers

    Queens comfortably through to the next round.

  23. RED CARD

    Partick Thistle 2-0 Hamilton Academical

    Hamilton's Dougie Imrie is dismissed after a challenge on Stuart Bannigan.

  24. RED CARD

    Alloa Athletic 1-2 Hibernian

    Hibs are down to 10 men as Dominique Malonga is shown a straight red for an off-the-ball incident.


    St Johnstone 2-1 Ross County

    It's another great chance for St Johnstone. David Wotherspoon races onto Brian Graham's ball and rifles an effort towards the near post but Mark Brown makes a superb save.

  26. Post update

    tom and 20 others: "I know Ive been saying it 4 over 100yrs, but i really believe that hibs' name is on that trophy this season #scottishcup #bbcscotfootball"

  27. RED CARD

    Spartans 1-1 Greenock Morton

    Morton's Stefan McCluskey receives a second yellow card and the visitors are down to 10 men.

  28. GOAL

    Motherwell 1-2 Dundee Utd (Watson)

    Keith Watson, a late inclusion in the starting line-up following an injury to Jaroslaw Fojut, nods home Conor Townsend's cross to put the visitors in front for the first time.

  29. Post update

    Partick Thistle 2-0 Hamilton Academical

    Accies have been pressing since falling two behind to those Ryan Stevenson goals. A few close things but no goals for the visitors.


    Motherwell 1-1 Dundee Utd

    Great chance for Stuart Armstrong has he goes one-on-one with Motherwell goalkeeper Dan Twardzik. Armstrong attempts to round the keeper but Twardzik is alert to his intentions and claims the ball.

  31. Post update

    John Souttar made the crucial connection as Dundee United drew level against Motherwell.

    John Souttar scores for Dundee United against Motherwell
  32. GOAL

    Queen of the South 4-1 Brora Rangers (Kidd)

    Lewis Kidd finishes with composure to surely seal Queens' place in round five.

  33. CLOSE!

    St Johnstone 2-1 Ross County

    Seconds after Brian Graham's miss, Saints miss two more great chances. Dave Mackay screws a volley past the post after a corner from David Wotherspoon. Then Graham knocks wide with the goal gaping. It could have been 5-2 in the past few minutes with four golden chances missed at both ends.

  34. GOAL

    Stranraer 1-2 Dunfermline (Gibson)

    Willie Gibson pulls one back for Stranraer against Dunfermline.

  35. GOAL

    Spartans 1-1 Greenock Morton (Bremner)

    Spartans draw themselves level against Greenock Morton through William Bremner.


    St Johnstone 2-1 Ross County

    Saints' Brian Graham rattles the crossbar after racing onto Simon Lappin's long ball. That should have booked the Scottish Cup holders their place in the fifth round.

  37. Post update

    Richard Winton

    BBC Sport at Fir Park

    "Dundee United are all over Motherwell now, with goalkeeper Dan Twardzik keeping the hosts in the game. A year ago tomorrow, the Fir Park side went out at this stage against Albion Rovers; if they don't get a grip on this game soon, they might make a similarly early exit this year."

  38. Post update

    David Gray's goal put Hibs ahead against Alloa.

    David Gray celebrates after scoring for Hibernian against Alloa
  39. GOAL

    Falkirk 1-0 Cowdenbeath (Sibbald)

    Craig Sibbald drive home powerfully to give the Bairns an advantage.

  40. #bbcscotfootball

    James Leask: "Up at 3.30am in Melbourne to follow the live text! C'mon United!!!! #bbcscotfootball"

  41. CLOSE!

    St Johnstone 2-1 Ross County

    Jake Jervis knows he should have made it all square in Perth. Filip Kiss picks him out beautifully in the box but he swipes at the ball and it's wide.

  42. Post update

    Motherwell 1-1 Dundee Utd

    Dundee United are piling on the pressure at Fir Park. Aidan Connolly has come close on a couple of occasions.

  43. GOAL

    Queen of the South 3-1 Brora Rangers (Russell)

    Iain Russell nets to restore Queens' two-goal lead against Brora.

  44. GOAL

    Motherwell 1-1 Dundee Utd (Souttar)

    John Souttar rises to head Dundee United level from a corner.

  45. GOAL

    Queen of the South 2-1 Brora Rangers (Greig)

    Andrew Greig pulls one back for Brora.

  46. GOAL

    St Mirren 1-1 Inverness CT (Meekings)

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at St Mirren Park

    "Josh Meekings eventually drives the ball low into the net after a good old Arthur Montford 'stramash' in the box. St Mirren failed to clear from a corner and Gary Warren's shot off a post ends up falling to defender Meekings, who makes no mistake for his third goal of the season."

  47. #bbcscotfootball

    bringthemonjpn: "#bbcscotfootball Surely McFadden is ready for a Scotland call-up now. Fit and scoring. That's what we need."

  48. GOAL

    St Johnstone 2-1 Ross County (Jervis)

    Great refereeing allows Ross County to pull one back. Liam Boyce takes a sore one, but John Beaton plays the advantage, Jake Jervis beats the offside trap and slots the ball past Alan Mannus.

  49. Post update

    Alloa Athletic 1-2 Hibernian

    Mark Oxley gifted Alloa their goal and the Hibs keeper continues to look far from convincing as he flaps at two corners in quick succession.

  50. GOAL

    Annan Athletic 1-1 Brechin City (Hopkirk)

    David Hopkirk draws Annan level against Brechin.

  51. GOAL

    Queen of the South 2-0 Brora Rangers

    Gavin Reilly slots home Queens' second at Palmerston.


    Motherwell 1-0 Dundee Utd

    Dan Twardzik blocks well to deny Gary Mackay-Steven after the Dundee United winger goes in on goal.

  53. GOAL

    Stranraer 0-2 Dunfermline (Buchanan)

    Gregor Buchanan doubles the Pars' lead over Stranraer.

  54. Post update

    Alloa Athletic 1-2 Hibernian

    Alloa are much-improved in the second half and Ryan McCord slices a first-time shot narrowly wide of the top corner after a neat passing sequence.

  55. GOAL

    Partick Thistle 2-0 Hamilton Academical (Stevenson)

    It's a second for Thistle and a second for Ryan Stevenson, who taps home from close range.

  56. GOAL

    Stirling Albion 0-2 Raith Rovers (Anderson)

    Grant Anderson's 20-yard shot drills its way into the net for Raith's second.

  57. Post update

    St Mirren 1-0 Inverness CT

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at St Mirren Park

    "St Mirren's Steven Thompson stabs an effort over the crossbar at the beginning of the second half but Caley Thistle are looking like they've received a John Hughes rocket at the break."

  58. Post update

    St Johnstone 2-0 Ross County

    Ross County have looked the better team for long spells, but you still feel the next goal will be a St Johnstone one. Michael O'Halloran is picked out at the edge of the box but his low drive is deflected over the bar.

  59. Post update

    Scottish Cup holders St Johnstone are well ahead against Ross County.

    St Johnstone players celebrating
  60. CLOSE!

    St Johnstone 2-0 Ross County

    Ross County know they need the next goal and they've started the second half as they ended the first. Joe Cardle jinks past a range of blue shirts but hits the ball the wrong side of the post.

  61. Post update

    Keep your thoughts coming.

    You can text 80295, tweet using the hashtag #bbcscotfootball or post comments at the BBC Sport Scotland Facebook page.

  62. KICK-OFF

    Second halves getting underway.


    Motherwell 1-0 Dundee Utd

    Richard Winton

    BBC Sport at Fir Park

    "Motherwell have had much the better of the opening half at Fir Park and perhaps should be further ahead given the pressure they have put on the Dundee United defence.

    The visitors - last season's losing finalists - might have made more of a spurt of chances on the counter around the half-hour but have offered little else of note."


    Scottish League Two

    Clyde 0-1 Queen's Park

    East Stirlingshire 0-1 East Fife


    Scottish Cup

    Alloa Athletic 1-2 Hibernian

    Annan Athletic 0-1 Brechin City

    Berwick Rangers 1-0 Albion Rovers

    Falkirk 0-0 Cowdenbeath

    Motherwell 1-0 Dundee Utd

    Partick Thistle 1-0 Hamilton Academical

    Queen of the South 1-0 Brora Rangers

    Spartans 0-1 Greenock Morton

    St Johnstone 2-0 Ross County

    St Mirrren 1-0 Inverness CT

    Stirling Albion 0-1 Raith Rovers

    Stranraer 0-1 Dunfermline


    Scottish Cup

    Bo'ness Utd 0-5 Arbroath

    Dundee 2-1 Aberdeen

  67. Post update

    Most games reaching half-time now. Will provide a full list shortly. In the meantime...

  68. GOAL

    Annan Athletic 0-1 Brechin City

    Colin Hamilton puts Brechin City in front against Annan Athletic.

  69. GOAL

    Stirling Albion 0-1 Raith Rovers (McKay)

    Barrie McKay's low shot finds the bottom corner to give Raith the lead.

  70. CLOSE!

    St Johnstone 2-0 Ross County

    Great game at McDairmid Park. A sweeping move involving Michael O'Halloran and Brian Graham leads to the former breaking clear before picking out Lee Croft and only Scott Boyd's goal-line intervention denies the winger.

  71. GOAL

    Alloa Athletic 1-2 Hibernian (Gray)

    Hibs are in front as David Gray rises at the back post to meet Scott Allan's cross and loops a header over Wasps keeper Craig McDowall.


    St Johnstone 2-0 Ross County

    Alan Mannus has to pull off the save of the game so far to spare Frazer Wright's blushes after the defender's header almost crept into the far corner. County have the bit between their teeth though and have not given up on their Scottish Cup dream yet.

  73. Post update

    Steven Thompson is back in the St Mirren side today. They currently lead against Inverness.

    St Mirren forward Steven Thompson
  74. CLOSE!

    St Johnstone 2-0 Ross County

    Much like last week's league encounter between the two, Ross County are rallying after a slow start. Martin Woods is denied from close range, then Alan Mannus has to punch clear under pressure.

  75. Post update

    Ryan Stevenson (number 10) fired home to give Partick Thistle the lead against Hamilton.

    Ryan Stevenson scores for Partick Thistle against Hamilton
  76. GOAL

    Alloa Athletic 1-1 Hibernian (Craig)

    Mark Cawley is penalised for stopping a Scott Robertson shot with his hands and up steps Hibs skipper Liam Craig to bend in a lovely free-kick to level the game.

  77. CLOSE!

    St Mirren 1-0 Inverness CT

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at St Mirren Park

    "St Mirren's Kenny McLean nearly adds to his three goals so far this season with a left-foot volley wide from Steven Thompson's knockdown, but it goes wide if the post.

    "Thompson and John McGinn's presence in this side seems to have added more belief but Saints still look vulnerable at the back. David Raven went closest for the visitors."

  78. GOAL

    Spartans 0-1 Greenock Morton (Barrowman)

    Andrew Barrowman buries the ball to give Morton the lead.

  79. CLOSE!

    Motherwell 1-0 Dundee Utd

    Stuart Armstrong plays a lovely one-two with Chris Erskine before placing a low shot just wide of the Motherwell goal.

  80. CLOSE!

    Partick Thistle 1-0 Hamilton Academical

    Kallum Higginbotham wastes a glorious chance to quickly double the Jags' lead at Firhill, shooting over the bar from close range.

  81. Post update

    Motherwell 1-0 Dundee Utd

    Richard Winton

    BBC Sport at Fir Park

    "That goal has certainly enlivened the Motherwell support, who are now goading their hitherto more boisterous United counterparts and banging their drum incessantly. That seems to be rousing the home players, who have had the better of the game since taking the lead."

  82. Post update

    St Mirren 1-0 Inverness CT

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at St Mirren Park

    "Marc McAusland's first goal of the season brings some much-needed positivity to the Paisley side! The big centre-back was still up from a corner to turn in Jason Naismith's low cross from the right-hand side. Shouts of "we scored, we actually scored" from home fans near me!"


    Alloa Athletic 1-0 Hibernian

    The Hibs defence parts as Mark Cawley breaks through the middle but the Alloa midfielder skews his shot wide with just the keeper to beat. Moments later, Hibs are close to an equaliser as David Gray hammers a header against the back-post.

  84. GOAL

    Partick Thistle 1-0 Hamilton Academical (Stevenson)

    Ryan Stevenson's shot from the right side of the box finds its way into the net and Thistle are ahead.

  85. Post update

    Henrik Ojamaa fired Motherwell ahead against Dundee United.

    Henrik Ojamaa scores for Motherwell against Dundee United
  86. GOAL

    St Mirren 1-0 Inverness CT (McAusland)

    Marc McAusland's strike puts the Buddies a goal up against Inverness in Paisley.

  87. GOAL

    Alloa Athletic 1-0 Hibernian (Meggat)

    Howler alert! Daryll Meggatt lets fly with a speculative effort from distance and Hibs keeper Mark Oxley somehow lets the ball squirm through his fingers and legs.


    Bo'ness Utd 0-5 Arbroath

    Arbroath are in Monday's fifth-round draw. Simon Murray scored a hat-trick and Paul McManus netted the other two for the Scottish League Two leaders.

  89. GOAL

    Stranraer 0-1 Dunfermline 1 (Geggan)

    Andy Geggan gives Dunfermline the lead against fellow Scottish League One side Stranraer.

  90. Post update

    Alloa Athletic 0-0 Hibernian

    Lewis Stevenson has been prominent for Hibs in the opening exchanges and goes close to opening the scoring with a toe-poke which flashes wide of the top corner.

  91. Post update

    It's still goal-less at the Indodrill Stadium where Hibernian are Alloa Athletic's visitors in the all-Championship Scottish Cup tie.

    Steven Hetherington and David Gray
  92. GOAL

    St Johnstone 2-0 Ross County (McFadden)

    It's a second for the Scottish Cup holders. No dobut about this one as James McFadden curls one from the edge of the box and past Mark Brown.

  93. GOAL

    Berwick Rangers 1-0 Albion Rovers (Lavery)

    Darren Lavery gives Berwick victory over Albion Rovers.


    Dundee were the first team through to Monday's draw.

    Luka Tankulic and David Clarkson

    David Clarkson (right) got the winning goal in the 2-1 win over Aberdeen.

  95. Post update

    Alloa Athletic 0-0 Hibernian

    Lewis Stevenson darts forward from left-back to cut in a cross for Jason Cummings but the Hibs striker can only fire narrowly wide with his first-time shot.

  96. GOAL

    Motherwell 1-0 Dundee United (Ojamaa)

    A low strike by Henrik Ojamaa gives Motherwell an early lead.

  97. GOAL

    St Johnstone 1-0 Ross County (O'Halloran)

    St Johnstone take the lead against Ross County. The visitors are furious and feel James McFadden was interfering with play, but Michael O'Halloran directs the ball beyond Mark Brown and the Scottish Cup holders lead.

  98. Post update

    "I've heard a better atmosphere at a library," laments BBC Scotland reporter Chick Young of the atmosphere at St Mirren Park, where Inverness Caledonian Thistle are the visitors.

  99. GOAL

    Queen of the South 1-0 Brora Rangers (Lyle)

    Derek Lyle gives Queens an early lead over Brora Rangers.

  100. Post update

    As well as today's cup action, there are a couple of Scottish League Two matches today: Clyde v Queen's Park and East Stirlingshire v East Fife. I'll give you half-time and full-time scores from those matches.


    Queen of the South: Holt, Dowie, Durnan, Higgins, Kerr, Reilly, Russell, Carmichael, McShane, Lyle, Atkinson.

    Brora Rangers: Malin, Houston, Williamson, Graham, Ross, Morrison, Maclean, Gillespie, Sutherland, Mackay, Greig.

  102. KICK-OFF

    Matches around the country getting underway.

  103. GOAL

    Bo'ness Utd 0-5 Arbroath (McManus)

    And Paul McManus has netted his second. Arbroath are well on their way to joining Dundee in the fifth-round draw.

  104. GOAL

    Bo'ness Utd 0-4 Arbroath (Murray, hat-trick)

    Simon Murray has scored twice in six minutes to complete his hat-trick.

  105. Post update

    Richard Winton

    BBC Sport at Fir Park

    "The atmosphere is building nicely at Fir Park, with a larger than usual travelling Dundee United support making plenty of noise.

    "Their side have made a late change, too, with Jaroslaw Fojut injured in the warm-up and his place at centre-back being taken by Keith Watson."


    Motherwell: Twardzik, Ramsden, O'Brien, McManus, Francis-Angol, Lawson, Lasley, Vigurs, Law, Sutton, Ojamaa. Subs: Reid, Ainsworth, Nielsen, Erwin, Kerr, Thomas, Cadden.

    Dundee Utd: Cierzniak, Dillon, Souttar, Watson, Townsend, Paton, Telfer, Erskine, Armstrong, Mackay-Steven, Dow. Subs: Butcher, Connolly, Spittal, Szromnik, Spark, Adeyemo.

    Referee: Craig Thomson.

  107. Post update

    Late change to the line-up for Dundee United, Jaroslaw Fojut has picked up an injury in the pre-match warm-up and Keith Watson starts in his place.

  108. GOAL

    Boness Utd 0-2 Arbroath (McManus)

    The League Two leaders have one foot firmly in the fifth round as Paul McManus doubles Arbroath's lead on 68 minutes.


    Stirling Albion: Reidford, Hamilton, McGeachie, Chris Smith, Forsyth, Johnston, McClune, Beith, Cunningham, Doris, Gordon Smith. Subs: Creaney, Comrie, Wedderburn, Paterson, Darren Smith, Munn, Fulton.

    Raith Rovers: McGurn, Thomson, Watson, McKeown, Perry, Anderson, Moon, McKay, Scott, Nade, Stewart. Subs: Hill, Elliot, Callachan, Conroy, Vaughan, Laidlaw, Matthews.

    Referee: Greg Aitken.


    Spartans: Swain, Nixon, MacKinnon, Bruce, Cennerazzo, Beesley, Grant, Stevenson, Motion, Bremner, McLeod. Subs: Errol Douglas, Brown, Beacher, Jackson, Thomson, Henretty, Stewart.

    Morton: McGowan, Kilday, Crighton, Milojevic, Lamie, Jamie McCluskey, O'Ware, McKee, Russell, Stefan McCluskey, Barrowman. Subs: Miller, Thomas Orr, Allan, Gaston, McNeil, Crawford.

    Referee: Euan Anderson.


    Berwick Rangers: Andrews, Jacobs, Fairbairn, Young, Drummond, Willis, Lee Currie, Notman, Hoskins, Dargo, Lavery. Subs: Maxwell, Gold, Russell, Dalziel, Gray, Bald, Paul Currie.

    Albion Rovers: Parry, Reid, Ross Dunlop, Michael Dunlop, Turnbull, McKenzie, Davidson, Chaplain, Phillips, McGuigan, Gemmell. Subs: Love, Fisher, Hughes, Mullin, Pollock, Donnelly, Cusack.

    Referee: Matt Northcroft.

  112. Post update

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at St Mirren Park

    "L D L L L is St Mirren's record over their last five games and management, players and fans alike are desperate a change of competition brings a better fortunes. To help them do that is the return of striker Steven Thompson, as well as midfielders John McGinn and Isaac Osbourne.

    "Inverness Caledonian Thistle, on the other hand, are without two key players for this cup tie; top scorer Marley Watkins and influential midfielder Greg Tansey are suspended. But the Highland side, who have won four of their last five, have form on their side."


    Stranraer: Mitchell, Gallagher, Rumsby, McKeown, Longridge, Winter, Bell, Aitken, Gibson, Malcolm, Stoney. Subs: Russell, Marenghi, Tobin, Pettigrew, Stirling, Longworth.

    Dunfermline: Scully, Millen, Buchanan, Martin, Whittle, Byrne, Geggan, Thomson, Stirling, Smith, Falkingham. Subs: Forbes, Moffat, Chemin, Potter, Goodfellow, El Bakhtaoui, Graham.

    Referee: Des Roache.


    Annan Athletic: Mitchell, Chisholm, Steven Black, Watson, McNiff, Sloan, Flynn, McStay, Todd, Hopkirk, Weatherson. Subs: Brown, Murray, Logan, Omar, Brannan, Davidson, Wood.

    Brechin City: Smith, McLean, McLauchlan, Darren McCormack, Hamilton, Barr, McAusland, Fusco, Trouten, Andrew Jackson, Thomson. Subs: Jamie McCormack, McNeil, Ferguson, Molloy, Tough, Greg Cameron.


    Falkirk: MacDonald, Duffie, Peter Grant, Vaulks, Leahy, Cooper, Taiwo, Alston, Sibbald, Bia Bi, Loy. Subs: Durojaiye, Smith, Bowman, Thomas Grant, Maybury, Shepherd, McGeever.

    Cowdenbeath: Robbie Thomson, Marshall, Fraser, Wedderburn, Miller, Hughes, Brownlie, Oyenuga, Milne, O'Brien, Sean Higgins. Subs: Anthony Higgins, Campbell, Jurisic, Johnston, Callaghan, Sneddon, Scullion.


    Alloa: McDowall, Doyle, Gordon, Benedictus, Meggatt, Docherty, Hetherington, McCord, Cawley, Spence, Buchanan. Subs: Forsyth, Wilson, Gibson, Ferns, Asghar.

    Hibernian: Oxley, Gray, Hanlon, Fontaine, Stevenson, Robertson, Handling, Craig, Scott Allan, Malonga, Cummings. Subs: Harris, Stanton, Heffernan, Sinclair, Booth, Kennedy, Perntreou.

  117. Post update

    St Mirren manager Tommy Craig

    "There are no points at stake but let's see if we can get ourselves into the next round."


    St Mirren: Ridgers, Naismith, McAusland, Kelly, Tesselaar, Reilly, Osbourne, McLean, McGinn, Thompson, Marwood. Subs: Ball, Drury, Brown, Teale, Kello, Caldwell, Baird.

    Inverness CT: Brill, Raven, Meekings, Warren, Shinnie, Draper, Williams, Christie, Ross, Vincent, McKay. Subs: Esson, Doran, Sekajja, Devine, Horner, Tremarco, Polworth.

    Referee: Calum Murray.

  119. Post update

    The television coverage of Dundee v Aberdeen has finished but Scottish Cup coverage continues on BBC Radio Scotland on all frequencies. To listen here, click the 'Live Coverage' tab

  120. Post update

    David Ferguson on Twitter: "Good old-fashioned Scottish Cup tie."

  121. Post update

    Jonathan Sutherland

    BBC Scotland

    On Twitter: "So David Clarkson was released by Derek McInnes at Bristol City? It's a funny old game. #DUNvABE"

  122. TEXT 80295

    Anonymous: "Clarkson for Scotland"

  123. Twitter comments

    gary b: "my coupon ruined before 2 o'clock.Aberdeen are unreliable"

    Graham McWilliam: "Derek is still the man."

    jeremy wood: "#bbcscotfootball looked over the line. where is goal line technology?"

  124. Post update

    Dundee manager Paul Hartley

    "Over the moon. We were looking to settle for a draw there. We had to really dig deep to get that result. The composure Clarkson showed was fantastic. We're through. I'm delighted for my group of players."


    St Johnstone: Mannus, Mackay, Anderson, Wright, Brian Easton, Croft, Millar, Lappin, O'Halloran, Graham, McFadden. Subs: Wotherspoon, Morgan, Banks, Caddis, Davidson, Miller, Brown.

    Ross County: Brown, Brittain, Boyd, Paul Quinn, Reckord, Woods, Irvine, Cardle, Carey, Dingwall, Jervis. Subs: Reguero, Arquin, Boyce, Frempah, Toshney, Dunfield, Gardyne.

    Referee: John Beaton.

  126. Post update

    Dundee forward David Clarkson

    "Ecstatic. To get the goal at the end is great. We're delighted to come away with the win. Absolutely delighted"


    Partick Thistle: Gallacher, O'Donnell, Seaborne, Frans, Carroll, Osman, Bannigan, Fraser, Stevenson, Elliott, Higginbotham. Subs: Fox, Balatoni, Craigen, Doolan, Lawless, Wilson, McDaid.

    Hamilton: McGovern, Gordon, Hendrie, Canning, Garcia Tena, Gillespie, Imrie, Crawford, MacKinnon, Redmond, Scotland. Subs: Hill, Devlin, Routledge, Watson, Longridge, Brophy, Antoine-Curier.


    Motherwell: Twardzik, Ramsden, McManus, Lawson, Sutton, Vigurs, Lasley, O'Brien, Francis-Angol, Law, Ojamaa. Subs: Nielsen, Reid, Ainsworth, Erwin, Kerr, Thomas, Cadden.

    Dundee United: Cierzniak, Dillon, Townsend, Souttar, Fojut, Paton, Telfer, Armstrong, Mackay-Steven, Erskine, Dow. Subs: Szromnik, Watson, Spark, Butcher, Connolly, Spittal, Adeyemo.

  129. FULL-TIME

    Dundee 2-1 Aberdeen

    What a finish to that match. David Clarkson gave Dundee the advantage their second lead in the match and it looked as though Aberdeen were all set to draw level when Niall McGinn lined up his shot, only for the ball to cannon off the bar. Dundee are the first team in Monday's fifth-round draw.


    More late drama. Niall McGinn's half-volley smacks off the underside of the Dundee crossbar, down on to the line then bounces clear before Adam Rooney fires wide.

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    That goal really came out of nowhere. Dundee have been poor in the second half but have got themselves in front.

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    David Clarkson achieves a club record with his eighth goal in eight games for Dundee.


    The second of three minutes of stoppage time being played.

  134. GOAL

    Dundee 2-1 Aberdeen (Clarkson)

    Late drama! Dundee launch the ball forward and James McPake nods down for David Clarkson to calmly places the ball past Scott Brown.


    David Goodwillie attempts a back-heel after Niall McGinn swings in to the Dundee box but it is too high.

  136. GREAT SAVE!

    Aberdeen win a free-kick around 22 yards out and Jonny Hayes' shot bends round the wall and forced Scott Bain to make a fine save.

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    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland

    On Twitter: "Steven Thompson and John McGinn will both start for St Mirren v ICT @BBCSportScot"

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    Luka Tankulic comes on in place of Martin Boyle for Dundee.

  139. GOAL

    Boness Utd 0-1 Arbroath

    Simon Murray puts the Scottish League Two leaders ahead against Bo'ness.

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    Cammy Smith replaces Peter Pawlett for Aberdeen.


    Dundee's Jim McAlister picks up a booking after catching Niall McGinn late.

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    This time David Goodwillie has a go for Aberdeen but his shot from the right-hand side of the box is in to the side netting.

  143. CLOSE!

    Jonny Hayes dances his way to the byline and cuts back for Adam Rooney, but the striker fires wide of the bear post. Good chance for Aberdeen.

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    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is frustrated after his side pass up a decent chance.

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes

    The Dons have created the better openings in the second half.

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    Scott Bain initially makes a mess of punching clear a Mark Reynolds header but smothers the ball before Aberdeen players can pounce.

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    Gary Harkins' latest free-kick is punched clear by Aberdeen goalkeeper Scott Brown. The midfielder soon makes way for Simon Ferry.

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    Around 25 minutes left at Dens Park. Will there be a winner?

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    Shay Logan curls a shot into the arms of Scott Bain. Aberdeen are having the better of things in this second half.

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    Ryan Jack's low drive is blocked by Dundee goalkeeper Scott Bain, who then smothers the ball out of play.

    From the corner, Jonny Hayes' delivery is headed back into the six-yard box for Niall McGinn to nod goalwards but Bain is well placed to save.

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    Liam McLeod

    Football Commentator, BBC Scotland

    "Not too much in the way of quality so far in this second half."

  151. #bbcscotfootball

    Alan David Duncan: "@AberdeenFC has anyone described the weather at Dens as "dreich" yet? It's dreich. #coyr #ScottishCup #bbcscotfootball"

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    Scotland coach Gordon Strachan, pictured in the stand at Dens Park, started his career at Dundee before joining Aberdeen.

    Scotland coach Gordon Strachan
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    There's still the same intensity at Dens Park but not as many chances. One or two heavy challenges going in.

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    That match between Bo'ness and Arbroath begins at 13:30 GMT.


    Bo'ness Utd: Peat, Philp, Campbell, Hunter, Snowden, Nimmo, Donnelly, Pitman, Walker, Anderson, Gribben. Subs: Wallace, Leiper, Sloan, Andy Scott, Murphy, Cowan.

    Arbroath: McCallum, Little, Nicoll, El-Zubaidi, McBride, Linn, Whatley, Adam Hunter, Lowdon, McManus, Murray. Subs: Johnstone, Buchan, Stewart, Smith, Wallace, Morrison, Lindsay.

    Referee: Craig Charleston.

  156. KICK-OFF

    Back underway at Dens.

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    Liam McLeod

    Football Commentator, BBC Scotland

    "Dundee have won this competition once, in 1910. They have been runners-up on four occasions."

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    This chance for Adam Rooney was one of many created by the two sides in the first half at Dens Park.

    Adam Rooney has a headed chance for Aberdeen against Dundee
  159. HALF-TIME

    Dundee 1-1 Aberdeen

    A pulsating first half draws to a close with the sides tied at the break. Superb entertainment and it's very difficult to pick a winner at this stage.

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    One minute of stoppage time being played.

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    Niall McGinn sweeps the ball wide from the edge of the Dundee box.

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    There's no let-up in this match. Crosses coming in to both boxes interrupted by some fiercely contested challenges in midfield.

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    The action keeps coming. Martin Boyle drives a low cross in towards David Clarkson and Ash Taylor's superb challenge ensures the Dundee striker does not convert the chance.

  164. GREAT SAVE!

    Scott Bain dives to his right to keep out Adam Rooney's downward header. The Dundee stopper did well not only to keep it out but also to palm the ball clear of the nearby Jonny Hayes.

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    Liam McLeod

    Football Commentator, BBC Scotland

    "Very difficult to call this tie, it's going from one end to the other at the moment."

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    A slip by Shay Logan allows Martin Boyle a free shot on the left-hand edge of the Aberdeen penalty area but the Dundee man cannot keep his shot down.

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    Dundee's Martin Boyle ends up on the floor after being closed down on the six-yard line by Mark Reynolds. Replays show the Dons defender got plenty on the ball and Boyle did not complain about the challenge.

  168. #bbcscotfootball

    Stuart: "Konrad on a hattrick #bbcscotfootball"

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    Another effort from the Dons. This time Adam Rooney gets free in the box and heads Niall McGinn's cross over. A flag is raised against the Irish striker but he looked onside.

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    Great chance for Aberdeen as David Goodwillie slides in to meet Jonny Hayes' back-post cross only to connect poorly and send the ball wide.

  171. #bbcscotfootball

    Miguel Juans: "This is the sort of game Scottish football needs more often"

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    Facebook comment from Paul Stockman: "Aberdeen will win this easily. I didn't expect Dundee to get near their box!"

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    Aberdeen levelled when Niall McGinn's cross was deflected goalwards by Thomas Konrad.

    Dundee's Thomas Konrad scores an own goal to draw Aberdeen level
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    Former Aberdeen, Manchester United and Scotland manager Sir Alex Ferguson takes in the match at Dens Park.

    Sir Alex Ferguson