Hibs learn route to Scottish Cup semi-final as draw for next two rounds is made

Hibernian will head south for a second time if they can see off Queen of the South on Monday evening, after the Scottish Cup fourth round draw.

Sunday, 4th April 2021, 2:30 pm
Updated Sunday, 4th April 2021, 3:15 pm

Jack Ross’ team will meet Stranraer at Stair Park in two weeks’ time – assuming they can win at the Dumfries home of the Doonhamers in the final third round match of the competition.

Singer Nathan Evans made the fourth AND fifth round draws this afternoon, first lining up the 2016 winners with the Blues and – if Hibs can win both their away ties in south-west Scotland – they’ll have a home quarter-final against either Motherwell or Morton.

Prospective opponents Stranraer were the team to knock Hearts’ shock conquerors Brora Rangers out of this season’s competition.

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Singer Nathan Evans conducted the Scottish Cup Fourth and Fifth Round draws at Hampden Park, on April 04, 2021, in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Alan Harvey / SNS Group)
Singer Nathan Evans conducted the Scottish Cup Fourth and Fifth Round draws at Hampden Park, on April 04, 2021, in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Alan Harvey / SNS Group)

Among the other ties were two potential all-Premiership clashes – Rangers will host Celtic if they can defeat Cove Rangers this afternoon and Aberdeen host Livingston in the fourth round, which will be played on the weekend of April 17.

The quarter finals will fall the following weekend (April 24) with all ties made up of several permutations.

Fourth round draw in full: Stranraer v Hibs or QOS;

Motherwell v Morton;

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St Mirren v Inverness Caledonian Thistle;

St Johnstone v Clyde; Rangers or Cove Rangers v Celtic;

Aberdeen v Livingston;

Forfar Athletic v Dundee United;

Kilmarnock v Montrose.

Fifth round: Rangers, Cove Rangers or Celtic v St Johnstone or Clyde;

Kilmarnock or Montrose v St Mirren or ICT;

Aberdeen or Livingston v Forfar or Dundee Utd;

Stranraer, Hibs or QOS v Motherwell or Morton.

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