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Latest News - 01/12/2014

Scottish Cup 5th round draw

Scottish Cup

The draw for the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup took place this afternoon.

Annan have yet to overcome fourth round opponents Brechin City after the weekends 1-1 draw, but the winner of the replay will face a trip to the Falkirk Stadium in the fifth round to face Falkirk FC.

The fourth round replay will take place on Tuesday the 9th December at Glebe Park, and the fifth round ties are scheduled for the 7th of February.

The draw in full…….

Queen of the South v St Johnstone
Rangers v Raith Rovers
Dundee v Celtic
Hibernian v Arbroath
Falkirk v Annan Athletic or Brechin City
Stranraer or Dunfermline Athletic v Dundee United
Partick Thistle v St Mirren or Inverness Caley Thistle
Spartans v Berwick Rangers or Albion Rovers

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