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Live Reporting

Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye for now

    Talking of Glasgow derbies, join us again on Friday as Partick Thistle host champions Celtic in the Premiership.

    But, for now, I'm signing off after another long and thrilling night of Scottish football.

    Motherwell's Chris Cadden and Ross MacLean celebrate
    Image caption: Chris Cadden and Ross MacLean both scored for Motherwell in Dingwall
  2. Tasty quartet of ties

    The reward for a Dundee derby win is a difficult home tie against holders Celtic for Neil McCann's Dark Blues.

    Hibs will be pleased to be drawn against the only Championship side left in the competition, albeit Livingston are unbeaten so far this season.

    Last year's runners-up, Aberdeen, have it tough again, away to Premiership rivals Motherwell.

    But the tie of the round is arguably at Firhill, where Partick Thistle, who swept aside St Johnstone last night, host a Glasgow derby against a Rangers side who also found their shooting boots tonight.

    Dundee v Celtic

    Hibernian v Livingston

    Motherwell v Aberdeen

    Partick Thistle v Rangers

  3. FULL-TIME Ross County 2-3 Motherwell

    That last-ditch miss by Jamie Lindsay proves crucial as Ross MacLean's composed finish in the second half of extra time is enough for Motherwell to secure that final place in the League Cup quarter-finals.

    Stephen Robinson's side will host Premiership rivals Aberdeen in the next round.


    Ross County 2-3 Motherwell

    Trevor Carson makes an outstanding save from close range to deny Jamie Lindsay and County a dramatic equaliser.

    The on-loan Celtic midfielder should have levelled.

  5. Difficult whoever we get - McInnes

    FT: Hamilton Academical 0-1 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes on BBC Radio Scotland: "It was a difficult game.

    "Hamilton have a brilliant attitude. They make the game untidy at times and don't give you a minute.

    "But I thought, once we got the goal, that settled us down.

    "Hamilton kept us on our toes until the end.

    "By and large, pleased to get a clean sheet and win at a difficult venue.

    "Away from home against either Ross County or Motherwell will be difficult again."

    Aberdeen's Derek McInnes celebrates
  6. GOAL Ross County 2-3 Motherwell

    Ross MacLean

    Despite being down to 10 men, Well edge back in front as midfielder Ross MacLean rounds County goalkeeper Scott Fox to score.

  7. We were absolutely brilliant - McCann

    FT: Dundee 2-1 Dundee United

    Dundee manager Neil McCann on BBC Radio Scotland: "I thought we absolutely dominated the match.

    "We knew United, like any team, would have a spell.

    "Disappointed with the goal, but overall I thought that was a flattering scoreline.

    "I thought to a man we were absolutely brilliant.

    "I am delighted we have a home tie, but we've drawn the strongest side in the country.

    "We enjoy this and tomorrow we concentrate on playing Hamilton next."

    Paul McGowan (right) celebrates his goal for Dundee against United
    Image caption: Paul McGowan (right) scored Dundee's winner against United
  8. HALF-TIME IN EXTRA-TIME: Ross County 2-2 Motherwell

    Motherwell have another 15 minutes to get through with only 10 men.

    Motherwell’s Alex Fisher (right) jumps for the ball with Ross County’s Jamie Lindsay
    Image caption: Motherwell’s Alex Fisher (right) jumps for the ball with Ross County’s Jamie Lindsay
  9. Lots of positives for United boss

    FT: Dundee 2-1 Dundee United

    Dundee United manager Ray McKinnon on BBC Radio Scotland: "I think the first 30 minutes, Dundee were better than us.

    "We moved our players around and we scored a very good goal.

    "The second half was more even, but we have undone ourselves by slack defending.

    "We had chances, but we lost by fine margins.

    "Congratulations to Dundee, but we can take lots of positives from this."

  10. GOAL Ross County 2-2 Motherwell

    Craig Curran

    Craig Curran scores from the penalty spot and it is all level in Dingwall.

    County must be favourites now to progress with Well down to 10 men.

    A home tie against Aberdeen awaits the winners.


    Ross County 1-2 Motherwell

    Ross County have a penalty and Charles Dunne is sent off for Motherwell after handling the ball on the goal line.

  12. Quarter-final draw

    Hibernian v Livingston

    Ross County or Motherwell v Aberdeen

    Dundee v Celtic

    Partick Thistle v Rangers

  13. Post update

    Ross County 1-2 Motherwell

    Alex Schalk fires just wide of the post for Ross County.

  14. Post update

    FT: Dundee 2-1 Dundee United

    Tom English

    Chief sports writer, BBC Scotland at Dens Park

    Quote Message: I thought it was a terrific game. Even better than the last Dundee derby and three outstanding goals. El Bakhtaoui was excellent
    Dundee celebrate Faissal El Bakhtaoui's goal
    Image caption: Faissal El Bakhtaoui (right) scored a superb opening goal for Dundee
  15. GOAL Ross County 1-2 Motherwell

    Chris Cadden

    Chris Cadden edges Well into the lead after Ryan Bowman's header comes off the crossbar from Alex Fisher's cross.

  16. Quarter-final draw shortly

    The draw for the quarter-finals is to come shortly, but who will be the eighth and final team to make it - Ross County or Motherwell?

    Aberdeen, Dundee and Rangers, have joined holders Celtic, Hibernian, Championship outfit Livingston and Partick Thistle in the draw.

  17. FULL-TIME Dundee 2-1 Dundee United

    Two fabulous goals give Dundee quick revenge over their city rivals, who won the penalty shoot-out at the same venue to top their qualifying group.

    A fully-deserved win it was and not just because of the quality of the goals from Faissal El Bakhtaoui and Paul McGowan.

  18. FULL-TIME Ross County 1-1 Motherwell

    It's another 30 minutes in Dingwall as it finishes all square and we head into extra-time.

  19. Post update

    Dundee 2-1 Dundee United

    Scott McDonald chests cleverly down to Paul McMullan, but the United winger's curling effort directed at the far post is a couple of feet over.

    United's last chance?


    Rangers 6-0 Dunfermline Athletic

    Big win for Rangers with Alfredo Morelos scoring twice in the rout against Dunfermline.

    Kenny Miller, Bruno Alves, James Tavernier and Daniel Candeias were also on target in a comfortable win for the hosts against their Championship visitors.

    Alfredo Morelos
    Image caption: Morelos scored his first Rangers goals