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The William Hill Scottish Cup Fourth Round Draw

Monday, 28 November 2016


The William Hill Scottish Cup Fourth Round took place at Rugby Park, hosted by Kilmarnock with 16 ties drawn.

 

1997 cup-winning Kilmarnock midfielder Gary Holt helped make the draw at Rugby Park, alongside the Scottish FA President, Alan McRae, and Liz Poole-Adams from competition sponsors William Hill.

 

Fourth Round Draw in full:

 

Aberdeen vs. Stranraer 

 

Albion Rovers vs. Celtic


Alloa Athletic vs. Dunfermline

 

Ayr United vs. Queen’s Park

 

Bonnyrigg Rose OR Dumbarton vs. Hibernian

 

Dundee vs. St. Mirren 

 

Elgin City vs. Inverness Caledonian Thistle

 

Greenock Morton vs. Falkirk

 

Kilmarnock vs. Hamilton

 

Livingston vs. East Fife OR Edinburgh City

 

Partick Thistle vs. Formartine United OR Annan Athletic

 

Raith Rovers vs. Heart of Midlothian

 

Rangers vs. Motherwell

 

Ross County vs. Dundee United

 

St.Johnstone vs. Stenhousemuir

 

Stirling Albion OR Wick Academy vs. Clyde OR Arbroath

 

Ties to be played on the weekend of 21/22 January 2017 

 


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