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Dundee United and Ross County to meet again in Cup

Scottish Cup

Dundee United and Ross County, who contested last year's Scottish Cup final, will meet at the fourth-round stage of this season's tournament.

First Division Dundee will welcome Motherwell, while Third Division Berwick Rangers will play Celtic.

There are two all-Scottish Premier League ties - Rangers host Kilmarnock and Hearts take on St Johnstone.

If Threave Rovers can progress past Stenhousemuir, they will play host to Third Division leaders Stranraer.


Scottish Cup fourth round draw

Aberdeen v East Fife
Berwick Rangers v Celtic
Dundee v Motherwell
Dundee United v Ross County
East Stirlingshire v Buckie Thistle
Falkirk v Partick Thistle
Hamilton Accies v Alloa Athletic
Hearts v St Johnstone
Hibernian v Ayr United
Inverness CT v Elgin City
Montrose v Dunfermline
Morton v Airdrie or Beith
Queen of the South v Brechin or Annan
Rangers v Kilmarnock
Stenhousemuir or Threave Rovers v Stranraer
St Mirren v Peterhead

The ties will be played on 8 and 9 January.



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Airdrie United 2-2 Beith
20 Nov 10 |  Scottish Cups
Alloa 4-2 Raith Rovers
20 Nov 10 |  Scottish Cups
Ayr United 5-0 Sunnybank
20 Nov 10 |  Scottish Cups
Bo'ness 0-2 Buckie
20 Nov 10 |  Scottish Cups
Brechin 2-2 Annan
20 Nov 10 |  Scottish Cups
Cove Rangers 0-3 Berwick
20 Nov 10 |  Scottish Cups
Dumbarton 1-2 Morton
20 Nov 10 |  Scottish Cups
East Fife 3-1 Forfar
20 Nov 10 |  Scottish Cups
Elgin 2-1 Livingston
20 Nov 10 |  Scottish Cups
Montrose 3-1 Whitehill Welfare
20 Nov 10 |  Scottish Cups
Peterhead 2-0 Cowdenbeath
20 Nov 10 |  Scottish Cups
Ross County 4-1 Deveronvale
20 Nov 10 |  Scottish Cups
Spartans 1-2 East Stirlingshire
20 Nov 10 |  Scottish Cups
Stenhousemuir 2-2 Threave Rovers
20 Nov 10 |  Scottish Cups
Stirling 1-3 Partick Thistle
20 Nov 10 |  Scottish Cups
Stranraer 4-2 Girvan
20 Nov 10 |  Scottish Cups


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