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Live Reporting

Thomas Duncan

All times stated are UK

  1. Until tomorrow

    Thanks for your company tonight, it was a slow start but we got some decent action in the end. Premiership sides Hibernian and St Johnstone book their places in the last four, but who will join them?

    We'll bring you coverage of the other two quarter-finals tomorrow, and the draw for the last four. Join us then! Cheers.

    • Livingston v Ross County (19:45)
    • St Mirren v Rangers (20:00)
  2. Davidson 'delighted' after shootout win

    FT: Dunfermline 1-1 St Johnstone (St Johnstone win 4-3 on penalties)

    St Johnstone boss Callum Davidson is a happy man after his side's shootout win: "Delighted and a bit of relief after the way the game went. The performance at times tonight was excellent and we should've seen the game out when we were in front. Credit to Dunfermline they kept going, kept going and got the equaliser.

    "I think it's fantastic for a club like St Johnstone to get to these sorts of occasions [the semi-finals]. The players were desperate to get there, it's just a shame the supporters couldn't be here to watch us."

  3. All about progression for Ross

    FT: Alloa 1-2 Hibernian

    Hibernian head coach Jack Ross is pleased his side have managed to squeak into the last four.

    "It was a difficult game, I knew it would be," he told BBC Scotland. "I expected nothing less because I'm familiar with Alloa and seen them a lot.

    "It's about progression and we've done that. This result is just as important as the one we had at the weekend."

    On match-winner Christian Doidge, Ross said: "The thing with Christian - and this is going to sound bizarre - is I think he scores most goals when he's missing most opportunities because he gets in good areas.

    "When he had a barren spell recently he wasn't missing opportunities, but when he's in this vein of form he will miss chances, but equally he scores too. He was the matchwinner tonight and again proved his worth."

  4. Post update

    FT: Dunfermline 1-1 St Johnstone (St Johnstone win 4-3 on penalties)

    Relieved St Johnstone fans?

    Both second-tier sides have impressed tonight. Not to be, though, for Dunfermline or Alloa.

  5. GOAL

    Dunfermline 3-4 St Johnstone

    The St Johnstone captain Liam Craig scores and the Premiership side join Hibernian in the semi-finals!

  6. MISSED PENALTY

    Dunfermline 3-3 St Johnstone

    Zander Clark saves from Kevin O'Hara!

    Liam Craig to win it...

  7. GOAL

    Dunfermline 3-3 St Johnstone

    Callum Booth scores despite Owain Fon Williams getting a hand to the ball. Four penalties each!

  8. GOAL

    Dunfermline 3-2 St Johnstone

    Ryan Dow leathers the ball into the corner.

  9. MISSED PENALTY

    Dunfermline 2-2 St Johnstone

    Callum Hendry hits the bar! It's 2-2 after three penalties each.

  10. GOAL

    Dunfermline 2-2 St Johnstone

    No mistake from Dunfermline's Kyle Turner.

  11. GOAL

    Dunfermline 1-2 St Johnstone

    Stevie May's strike is just powerful enough to beat Owain Fon Williams.

  12. GOAL

    Dunfermline 1-1 St Johnstone

    Good stuff from Dunfermline's goalscorer Iain Wilson. Sends Zander Clark the wrong way.

  13. GOAL

    Dunfermline 0-1 St Johnstone

    Craig Conway puts it to the goalkeeper's left and St Johnstone have the ideal start.

  14. SAVED!

    Dunfermline 0-0 St Johnstone

    Paul Watson is denied by Zander Clark! Advantage St Johnstone.

  15. PENALTY SHOOT-OUT

    Dunfermline 0-0 St Johnstone

    Here we go. Who can handle the pressure? Who will be the hero? etc etc.

  16. FULL-TIME - Dunfermline 1-1 St Johnstone

    Penalties it is!

  17. Post update

    Dunfermline 1-1 St Johnstone

    Just a minute left of extra-time. Will there be a winner?

  18. Post update

    Dunfermline 1-1 St Johnstone

    James McFadden

    Former Scotland forward on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: Credit to Dunfermline, their defending has been brilliant. As a neutral I wouldn't mind seeing penalties. We're here anyway so we might as well see them.
  19. GOAL - Dunfermline 1-1 St Johnstone

    Iain Wilson

    A long throw-in causes havoc in the St Johnstone defence, and as the visitors struggle to get the loose ball cleared, Iain Wilson fires into the corner of the net.

    Game on again!

    Dunfermline