MICHAEL DUNLOP is aiming for the third major scalp of his career by stunning Celtic today.
Queen’s Park deservedly forced a Hampden Park replay on Tuesday evening as they extended their rich run of form, which has brought only one defeat in the last 11 games.
Dunfermline have a decent Scottish Cup pedigree and seem intent on keeping their interest in this season’s competition alive as long as possible. But they will need to keep a tighter lock on their defence.
Not a cup classic to reverberate down the ages, but with a place in the fifth round secured courtesy of an eventually comfortable win over their Championship rivals the feel good factor at Cappielow is stronger and stronger as Jim Duffy’s men continue to be the dark horse nobody can write off and…
• St Mirren beat Dundee 2-0 at Dens Park • Chris Erskine scores two as Partick beat Formartine Hibernian began their Scottish Cup defence with an 8-1 thrashing of non-league Bonnyrigg Rose . Jason Cummings and James Keatings both scored two each, with Andrew Shinnie, Chris Humphrey, Lewis Stevenson…
Ross County booked their place in the last 16 of the William Hill Scottish Cup with a glut of goals against fourth-round opponents Dundee United at Global Energy Stadium.
St Mirren defied their lowly Ladbrokes Championship status by defeating Dundee 2-0 in the William Hill Scottish Cup fourth-round at Dens Park.
Hibs cruised into the fifth round of the Scottish Cup with a comfortable win over junior outfit Bonnyrigg Rose at Tynecastle.