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Live Reporting

Thomas Duncan

All times stated are UK

  1. Sportscene reminder klaxon

    REMEMBER, Sportscene will have highlights of all this weekend's ties.

    Neil McCann and Livingston midfielder Marvin Bartley join Jonathan Sutherland in the studio to give you analysis and reaction to the main events and the draw.

    19:15 on the BBC Scotland channel, which you'll be able to access on our website. Don't miss it.

  2. 'The boys stayed professional' - Kennedy

    FT: Clyde 0-3 Celtic

    Celtic assistant manager John Kennedy tells BBC Scotland: "Confidence taken from wins gives you the mindset you can go it again. It's been a great mentality from the team in the way they've approached every game.

    "At the [quarter-final] stage it's always going to be difficult no matter who you get. It's a place we've done well of late [at St Johnstone], but delighted to get through first and foremost.

    "We felt comfortable, it was a controlled game - the boys were professional. We'd have liked to have scored more goals but Clyde defended well and stayed in a good shape.

    "Ntcham has been terrific - especially since the turn of the year before Christmas. He's really kicked on since the training camp in Dubai. He's showing with great desire and hunger, and it's difficult to leave him out of the team.

  3. Joy for Bayo

    FT: Clyde 0-3 Celtic

    Vakoun Bayo came off the bench to add Celtic's third goal
    Image caption: Vakoun Bayo came off the bench to add Celtic's third goal
  4. 'We competed well against the country's best' - Lennon

    FT: Clyde 0-3 Celtic

    Clyde manager Danny Lennon tells BBC Scotland: "The positives we'll take out of this game is that we competed for long periods against the country's best.

    "The shape for the majority of the game was very good and the desire and hunger to get back behind the ball.

    "The simplicity in the way Celtic plays is very good, and I thought they had a very good disciplined performance.

    "We more than matched them in the second-half, but quality is always going to come through.

    "The level of training has went up three or four notches this week - as a manager you're pleased with that but also frustrated. That's got to be the level we're always at."

    Danny Lennon
  5. Post update

    FYI, Celtic's trip to St Johnstone will likely be on Sunday 1st March, because they play in the Europa League the Thursday before.

    Rangers are also still in the Europa League of course, but their away leg against Braga in the last 32 is being played on the Wednesday.

  6. Tasty ties

    A tasty last eight draw there with Inverness CT the only non-Premiership side left. They face a tough trip to Easter Road but have good pedigree in the competition having won it in 2015 and reached the semi-final last year.

    Hearts v Rangers at Tynecastle should be a cracker given Daniel Stendel's side emerged victorious in the last meeting at the same venue recently.

  7. The Scottish Cup QF draw

    • Hibernian v Inverness CT
    • St Mirren or Motherwell v Aberdeen or Kilmarnock
    • St Johnstone v Celtic
    • Hearts v Rangers

    Ties to be played on either 29th February or 1st March

  8. Hearts v Rangers

  9. St Johnstone v Celtic

  10. St Mirren or Motherwell v Aberdeen or Kilmarnock

  11. Hibernian v Inverness CT

  12. Standby for the QF draw...

  13. Recap: watch the goals from yesterday's ties

    Sportscene is on with a full highlights show from 19:15 on the BBC Scotland channel.

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  14. Post update

    Celtic captain Scott Brown
  15. Celtic good value for their win

    FT: Clyde 0-3 Celtic

    Jim Duffy

    BBC Sportsound summariser

    Quote Message: Celtic went about their business very professionally - I thought their attitude was terrific, none more so than captain Scott Brown, and they ultimately deserved to go through comfortably
  16. Quarter-final draw coming up

    You can watch the draw for the last eight live at the top of this page in around 20 minutes' time.

    Here are the teams and the numbers:

    1. Aberdeen or Kilmarnock
    2. Celtic
    3. Hearts
    4. Hibernian
    5. Inverness CT
    6. Rangers
    7. St Johnstone
    8. St Mirren or Motherwell
  17. 'Bayo sends message to Lennon with goal'

    FT: Clyde 0-3 Celtic

    Jim Duffy

    BBC Sportsound summariser

    Quote Message: Bayo had a couple of chances to score - his movement was terrific, it looks simple, but he gets to the byline, checks him, and gets his technique right. He'll be delighted and is sending a message out to Neil Lennon that 'you may have signed a £3m striker in Patryk Klimala but I'm still here'
  18. FULL-TIME- Clyde 0-3 Celtic

    A straightforward win for Celtic who progress to the quarter-finals. That's 12 away wins in a row domestically.

    Olivier Ntcham cracked in the opener with Scott Brown squeezing in the second from a yard out. The second half wasn't a great spectacle, but substitute striker Vakoun Bayo capped things off in the final minute.

    Clyde were spirited, but ultimately never really threatened.

  19. GOAL- Clyde 0-3 Celtic

    Vakoun Bayo

    And the Ivorian gets his goal!

    He finishes well inside the post from close range after good work from Moritz Bauer, who set him up.

    Goal! - Celtic

    Clyde 0-2 Celtic

    Superb goalkeeping by Clyde's David Mitchell as he claws away Boli Bolingoli's cross. Vakoun Bayo had a tap in there if he didn't get there.

    Shortly after, Ryan Christie's effort cracks the top of the bar!