There were few shocks in the fourth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup with Scotland’s bigger clubs all in the draw, although Dundee United and Hibernian will meet again in a replay.
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Robbie Neilson felt his Dundee United side proved to the doubters they could compete with a top-six Premiership team after holding Hibernian to a 2-2 draw in the William Hill Scottish Cup.
Louis Appere earned Dundee United a William Hill Scottish Cup replay against Hibernian after netting a brilliant solo effort at Tannadice.
Joe Aribo admits Rangers were in a low gear against Stranraer but the midfielder expects to see Steven Gerrard’s team hitting top speed soon.
Neil Lennon was pleased to see Celtic kick off 2020 with a William Hill Scottish Cup win over Partick Thistle.
Kilmarnock derailed Rangers’ title bid this time last year but Chris Burke insists his side have no interest in who emerges victorious from the current scrap at the top.
Derek McInnes has played down talk of a departure for Sam Cosgrove after the striker’s late penalty fired Aberdeen into the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup in a 1-0 win over Dumbarton.
Mark Kerr says learning lessons in defeat during his early days as a manager helped Ayr cause the shock of the William Hill Scottish Cup fourth round.
Hearts manager Daniel Stendel hopes to bolster his squad before Wednesday’s return to Ladbrokes Premiership action at Ross County.
St Mirren manager Jim Goodwin plans to emulate Broxburn Athletic’s game plan when he takes his team to Ibrox on Wednesday night.
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson backed Christopher Long to go all the way to the top after the striker’s hat-trick propelled his side into the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
Leigh Griffiths told doubters his time at Celtic was far from over after getting back on the goal trail in the 2-1 William Hill Scottish Cup win over Partick Thistle in Maryhill.
Christopher Long’s hat-trick fired Motherwell into the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup with a 3-0 win at Dens Park.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon insists there is more to come from Leigh Griffiths after the striker got back on the goal trail in the 2-1 William Hill Scottish Cup win over Partick Thistle in Maryhill.
Leigh Griffiths’ first goal in over five months helped Celtic see off Partick Thistle in their William Hill Scottish Cup fourth-round tie in Maryhill.
Livingston manager Gary Holt insists he never lost faith in his side as they produced a late comeback to avoid a Scottish Cup shock against Raith.
Brian Rice praised the impact of debutant Andy Dales after Hamilton secured their place in the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
Alex Dyer was delighted to see Stuart Findlay reap the rewards of his recovery work after the defender marked his Kilmarnock return with two goals against Queen’s Park.
Boss Derek McInnes was pleased Aberdeen grabbed a late goal to see off League One Dumbarton, but called for his side to take more responsibility in front of goal.
Manager Mark Kerr praised his Ayr team for controlling Premiership side Ross County to win 1-0 at Somerset Park.