Got a TV Licence?

You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.

Find out more
I don’t have a TV Licence.

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Tune in to Sportsound

    That's all for now on the Scottish Cup semi-finals. Thanks for joining us. Our colleagues will have much more on the big games at Hampden on BBC Radio Scotland's Sportsound at 18:30. Presenter Geoff Webster will be joined by former Hibs boss Alan Stubbs, ex-Rangers midfielder Alex Rae, Motherwell striker Scott McDonald and former Aberdeen defender Willie Miller. 

  2. Celtic up for the fight


  3. 'Ref should apologise to Sviatchenko'

    Celtic v Rangers (Sun at 12.00)

    Chris McLaughlin

    BBC Sport Scotland at Celtic's media conference

    Brendan Rodgers says the Scottish Football Association's head of refereeing called him this week to discuss the controversial penalty awarded to Ross County that denied the champions a league victory last weekend.

    Striker Alex Schalke dived in the box to win his side a spot kick with just minutes to go with Celtic leading 2-1. His team-mate Liam Boyce converted from the spot to earn the Staggies a 2-2 draw.

    Don Robertson, who awarded the penalty, will be an official for Sunday's League Cup semi-final between Celtic and Rangers at Hampden and Rodgers thinks he owes defender Erik Sviatchenko an apology.

    "I had a call from John Fleming this week and I respected that - he didn't have to," said Rodgers.

    "Don Robertson doesn't have to call me or apologise to me, John Fleming did that.

    "What I would say to Don Robertson is 'make sure you apologise to Erik Sviatchenko'.

    "We have to help referees and help them become better because mistakes happen but in situations like that you have to get them right or you lose the trust of the players."

    Robertson will be one of the officials behind the goal for Sunday's Hampden clash but Rodgers has no issue with his involvement.

    He said: "Do I think he should be involved in Sunday's game? Listen, we will all make mistakes but he just needs to get back out on the field and as long as he doesn't make the same one as he did in the match against Ross County, then I'll be happy enough."

  4. On skipper Scott Brown


  5. Celtic 'ready' for Hampden

    Celtic v Rangers (Sun at 12.00)

  6. Precious silverware

    Celtic v Rangers (Sun at 12.00)

    Brendan Rodgers
    Image caption: Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers hopes to get his hands on the Scottish Cup, the oldest trophy in world football, at the end of the season
  7. The (semi) final hurdle

    Celtic v Rangers (Sun at 12.00)

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers is holding his media conference now about Sunday's Scottish Cup semi-final against Rangers. Here's what he has to say...

  8. Here's my combined starting XI

    Hibernian v Aberdeen (Sat 12:15)

    Willie Miller

    BBC Sportsound pundit

    Combined starting XI
  9. BBC Sportsound pundit Tam McManus' selection


    Squad selector
  10. Get Involved - Old Firm combined XI

    Twitter comments

    Paul Gormley: Hyndman ahead of Armstrong? Behave yourself. 

    Mark Graham: That's easy given that not one Rangers player would make the Celtic squad nevermind first 11 

  11. Combined Hibs/Aberdeen starting XI


    The same drill with Saturday's semi-final. Which team has the better squad? If you could pick a team from both squads, who would you select? 

    Pick your team here

    Hibs and Aberdeen combined starting XI
  12. Combined Old Firm starting XI


    Celtic and Rangers go head to head at Hampden on Sunday for a place in the Scottish Cup final.

    Celtic have their eyes on a domestic treble in Brendan Rodgers' first season in charge, while their old rivals Rangers have settled well to the methods of new manager Pedro Caixinha.

    If you could pick a team from both squads, who would you select?

    Choose your formation, pick your starting XI and share with your pals.

    Pick your team here 

    Old Firm combined XI
  13. No thoughts on treble - McGregor

    Celtic v Rangers (Sun at 12:00)

    Chris McLaughlin

    BBC Sport Scotland at Celtic's media conference

    Thoughts of the treble?

    "No, not at all," says Callum McGregor. "We just take each game as it comes."

    Good to have Scott Brown available?

    "Yeah it's massive. He's a leader. You can see it every day. Even around here at training he sets high standards so it's great to have him available."

  14. Rangers playing 'more direct'

    Chris McLaughlin

    BBC Sport Scotland at Lennoxtown

    Callum McGregor: "Obviously their [Rangers] new manager has come in and he's got them playing a lot more direct. They get the ball forward and we'll need to be ready for that."

  15. 'We didn't play well'

    Celtic v Rangers (Sun at 12:00)

    Celtic midfielder Callum McGregor on drawing the last Old Firm derby at Celtic Park: "We didn’t play particularly well on the day, just shows if you are not at it you can get punished," he says.