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  1. FT: Aberdeen 1-1 Kilmarnock (Shinnie: Boyd pen)
  2. FT: Celtic 3-0 Morton (Dembele, 2, Edouard)
  3. Winter weather wipes out all SPFL fixtures

Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

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  1. Cheerio

    With the bad weather wiping out the entire league card, the spotlight was solely on the Scottish Cup.

    Celtic were worthy winners after struggling to break down a game Morton side in the first half and now await Sunday's semi-final draw.

    Aberdeen and Kilmarnock could not be separated at Pittodrie and will need to meet again a week on Tuesday.

    See you tomorrow for more cup capers from Fir Park and Ibrox...

    Celtic beat Morton 3-0 in the early kick-off
    Image caption: Celtic beat Morton 3-0 in the early kick-off
  2. Logan lucky to avoid red?

    FT: Aberdeen 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock boss Steve Clarke on the penalty incidents involving his side:

    "Both were far away from me. What I would say about the second one is that if it was (Shay) Logan that brought him down, and I think it was, it should have been a second yellow."

  3. Clarke pleased with Killie response

    FT: Aberdeen 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke, talking to BBC Sportsound.

    "It was really scrappy; the pitch is not conducive to good football but both teams tried to play.

    "We were positive from the start and maybe a little disappointed with the draw. I thought we did enough in periods of the game to win it.

    "The first goal was a soft one to lose but we responded well. We always do.

    "I thought we were well worth the replay."

  4. Aberdeen still favourites - Boyd

    FT: Aberdeen 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd: "It was a difficult game. It always is, coming to Pittodrie.

    "Aberdeen are still the favourites because we haven't been able to beat them since 2012 but we are confident we can match them."

  5. Post update

    FT: Aberdeen 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Billy Dodds

    BBC Scotland summariser

    Quote Message: I don't think Derek (McInnes) can complain too much about the penalty. (Jordan) Jones was certainly looking for it but as soon as he gets in front and feels that contact, he's down
  6. McInnes bemoans penalty call

    Aberdeen 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Speaking to BBC Scotland, Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes: “I don’t think it’s a penalty. There isn’t any contact, he goes down and I can understand maybe why at first he thought it could’ve been a penalty but I don’t think my players bring [Jordan] Jones down.

    “We got off to a brilliant start and I thought Shinnie’s driving runs from full-back were a key part of that in the first half. We were the better team in the first half, we had the better of the opportunities and we played the game more in their half."

  7. 'I don't think it's a penalty'

    FT: Aberdeen 1-1 Kilmarnock

    "I don't think it's a penalty. There is no contact."

    More to come from Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes...

  8. Double helpings of Sportscene

    The BBC Scotland TV cameras will be at Fir Park and that Motherwell v Hearts game can also be seen right here on the BBC Sport website. BBC Radio Scotland will also be in on the action.

    As ever, we'll be offering text updates on both matches.

    There will be TV highlights of today's games on at 22:30 on BBC One Scotland.

  9. What's in store tomorrow?

    We've got two more Scottish Cup quarter-finals on Sunday.

    Motherwell v Hearts (14:15)

    Rangers v Falkirk (16:15)

  10. Home form will comfort Killie

    FT: Aberdeen 1-1 Kilmarnock

    The pitch at Pittodrie really is appalling but the artificial grass at Rugby Park is also pretty ropey, so the replay may well be fought out in a similarly scrappy fashion.

    Kilmarnock will be the happier side, having come from behind, and their home record is heartening, without a defeat in eight games on their own patch.

    That's three without a win for Aberdeen now...

  11. Killie spirit shines through

    FT: Aberdeen 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Billy Dodds

    BBC Scotland summariser

    Quote Message: Kilmarnock can fashion a result, even when they don't play well. They have got momentum and a good spirit about them now
    Kilmarnock hit back to earn a Scottish Cup draw at Pittodrie
    Image caption: Kilmarnock hit back to earn a Scottish Cup draw at Pittodrie
  12. A 'scrappy' affair ends all square

    FT: Aberdeen 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: It's been a really scrappy game. Not much quality on show today.
  13. FULL-TIME Aberdeen 1-1 Kilmarnock

    These teams will need to do it all again at Rugby Park on 13 March.

  14. Post update

    Aberdeen 1-1 Kilmarnock

    It looks like a replay as Chidi Nwakali hits an awkward shot well wide from 20 yards.

  15. Post update

    Aberdeen 1-1 Kilmarnock

    There will be two added minutes at Pittodrie. Plenty of time for some late drama...

  16. Post update

    Aberdeen 1-1 Kilmarnock

    The home fans are not particularly impressed as playmaker Ryan Christie is removed and replaced by defensive midfielder Chidi Nwakali.

  17. Post update

    Aberdeen 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Adam Rooney looks so much more comfortable in a central area as he nods a Graeme Shinnie cross on target but it's straight at Jamie MacDonald.

  18. Post update

    Aberdeen 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Shay Logan is given far too much time and space to win a cross in the Kilmarnock penalty area. The ball eventually breaks to Adam Rooney, who sends a first-time shot wide from 10 yards or so.

  19. Post update

    Aberdeen 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Kris Boyd goes off to a warm ovation from the 1368 Kille fans in a crowd of 8,739. Greg Kiltie is on.

  20. Post update

    Aberdeen 1-1 Kilmarnock

    Kris Boyd shanks a first-time effort wide from near the edge of the box following a nice pass from Lee Erwin.

    Aberdeen have fallen out of this completely and decide to replace Stevie May with Gary Mackay-Steven. Adam Rooney will move into a central position, having been stuck out wide.