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Latest News - 28/11/2016

4th Round William Hill Scottish Cup Draw

A trip to Firhill and Partick Thistle awaits the winners of this Saturdays William Hill 3rd Round Scottish Cup tie between Formartine United and Annan Athletic.

The draw took place tonight at Kilmarnocks Rugby Park and was as follows:

Ross County v Dundee United

St Johnstone v Forres Mechanics or Stenhousemuir

Albion Rovers or Queen of the South v Celtic

Livingston v East Fife or Edinburgh City

Rangers v Motherwell

Aberdeen v Stranraer or East Kilbride

Elgin City v Inverness CT

Raith Rovers v Hearts

Kilmarnock v Hamilton Academical

Bonnyrigg Rose or Dumbarton v Hibernian

Brechin City or Ayr Utd v Queen’s Park or Montrose

Partick Thistle v Formartine Utd or Annan Athletic

Stirling Albion or Wick Academy v Clyde or Arbroath

Alloa Athletic v Dunfermline Athletic

Dundee v St Mirren or Spartans

Beith Juniors or Greenock Morton v Falkirk

Ties to be played 21/22 January.

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