Rangers striker Nicky Clark insists his side can take confidence from their 2-2 draw with Alloa when they bid to avoid another defeat to Hibernian on Sunday.
Dundee’s reward for beating Aberdeen at the weekend is a home tie against Celtic in the last 16 of the Scottish Cup.
Scottish Cup holders St Johnstone and last year’s beaten finalists Dundee United have both been handed difficult fourth round ties after the draw was made this afternoon.
Raith Rovers manager Grant Murray blamed individual errors for Saturday’s crushing 6-1 defeat at Ibrox.
Kudus Oyenuga believes his loan spell with Cowdenbeath will provide the platform to fire his way back into the thoughts of Dundee United manager Jackie McNamara.
Cowdenbeath boss Jimmy Nicholl is lining up his fourth loan signing in as many weeks in time for the Fifers’ Championship clash against Hearts at Tynecastle on Saturday.
Raith Rovers’ Calum Elliot believes Saturday’s dogged extra-time victory in the League Cup over Forfar is the sort of result that can help the club’s new-look squad fully gel.
Despite the disappointment of going down 1-0 to Dumbarton in their League Cup clash at Glebe Park, Brechin City manager Ray McKinnon was fulsome in his praise for his players after the game.
Allan Moore’s first competitive game in charge of Arbroath ended in disappointment and frustration as the Red Lichties lost heavily to Barry Smith’s impressive Alloa.
Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson has told his players in no uncertain terms that he will not tolerate a drop in standards following Tuesday’s heavy friendly loss to Dundee.