Dundee defender Darren O'Dea admits he could not see where their next victory was coming from when they were bottom of the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Having two proven Premiership goalkeepers to choose from is a manager’s dream, not a manager’s nightmare, according to St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright.
Craig Wighton has made a "huge impact" for Dundee in their recent Premiership rival, manager Paul Hartley admitted.
St Johnstone midfielder Murray Davidson has received confirmation that he has broken his ankle. But the good news is the injury will heal without need for surgery, and the expected recovery time for the former Livingston man is six weeks at the worst. * For full reaction see Friday’s Courier.
A trip to Stirling Albion in the next round lies in wait for either Clyde or Arbroath when they meet for the first time at Broadwood tonight, and Red Lichties manager Dick Campbell reckons that the side with the best attitude will win through.
Dundee United midfielder Scott Fraser has admitted that Hibs are “rightly promotion favourites”.
Dunfermline manager Allan Johnston believes Farid El Alagui will offer the Pars a much-needed aerial presence after signing the striker on a deal until January.
Hull City midfielder Robert Snodgrass is going to “do everything that he can” to play for Scotland against England, according to national coach Gordon Strachan.
Allan Johnston believes the quarter-final draw has handed Dunfermline a massive incentive for this evening’s Scottish Cup replay against Hamilton Accies.
East Fife manager Gary Naysmith had to scrap plans to practice the moves that could knock Edinburgh City out of the Scottish Cup at the weekend when the Meadowbank Stadium side turned up on the next training pitch.