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Rugby Park to host Fourth Round draw

Friday, 25 November 2016


The draw for the William Hill Scottish Cup Fourth Round will take place at Rugby Park, Kilmarnock on Monday at 6.35pm following the Third Round matches this weekend.

 

This season’s competition marks the 20th anniversary of an Unrivalled moment in Kilmarnock’s history: their 1996/1997 Scottish Cup triumph.

 

Kilmarnock defeated Falkirk 1-0 in front of more than 48,000 spectators at Ibrox Stadium to earn the club their third Scottish Cup honour, ending a 68-year wait to lift the famous trophy.

 

In recognition of this achievement, the cup-winning former Kilmarnock midfielder, Gary Holt, will help make the draw at Rugby Park, alongside the Scottish FA President, Alan McRae, and Liz Poole-Adams from competition sponsors William Hill.

 

The draw will be streamed live on the Scottish Cup Facebook page and broadcasted by BBC Radio Scotland and Clyde 1.

 

Winners from the weekend’s matches will be entered into the draw as well as the Championship clubs not involved in the Third Round including the holders, Hibernian and all Premiership teams.

 

The 16 matches will be played on Saturday 21 January 2017.

 

The clubs are numbered as follows:

 

1. Aberdeen 

2. Albion Rovers or Queen of the South 


3. Alloa Athletic 


4. Beith Juniors or Greenock Morton 


5. Bonnyrigg Rose or Dumbarton 


6. Brechin City or Ayr United 


7. Celtic 


8. Clyde or Abroath 


9. Dundee 


10. Dundee United 


11. Dunfermline Athletic 


12. East Fife or Edinburgh City 


13. Elgin City 


14. Falkirk 


15. Formartine United or Annan Athletic 


16. Forres Mechanics or Stenhousemuir 


17. Hamilton Academical


18. Heart of Midlothian


19. Hibernian


20. Inverness Caledonian Thistle 

21. Kilmarnock 

22. Livingston


23. Motherwell


24. Partick Thistle


25. Queen’s Park or Montrose


26. Raith Rovers


27. Rangers


28. Ross County


29. St. Johnstone


30. St. Mirren or Spartans


31. Stirling Albion or Wick Academy 

32. Stranraer or East Kilbride 

 


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