Scottish Cup Quarter Final Reminder – Where to Watch Both Draws from 5.30pm

Both Ange Postecoglou and Fran Alonso’s teams will be in the hat for for Scottish Cup quarter-final draws that take place from 5.30pm live on the Scottish FA’s Scottish Cup social media channels (Twitter, Facebook and You Tube ).

Links to your social media channel of choice listed above.

Celtic v St Mirren – Daizen Maeda celebrates with Aaron Mooy after scoring in the Scottish Cup fifth round match at Celtic Park, Saturday February 11, 2023. Photo Steve Welsh

Ange Postecoglou’s Celtic side, progressed to the quarter finals of the Scottish Cup  with a 5-0 win over Greenock Morton followed by a 5-1 victory over St Mirren at the weekend. Joining Celtic in the quarter final draw this afternoon are Hearts, Ayr Utd, Kilmarnock, Inverness Caley Thistle, Raith Rovers, theRangers and of course the winners of this evenings match between Darvel and Falkirk which is live on BBC Scotland this evening.

Highlights below of Celtic’s win over St Mirren…

Boroughmuir Thistle v Celtic FC Women -Tegan Bowie is congratulated by her team mates after she scores the opening goal during the Women s Scottish Cup match at Meadowbank Sports Centre, Edinburgh on 12 February 2023. Photo Malcolm Mackenzie PSI

Fran Alonso’s Celtic FC Women side are of course the Scottish Cup holders and have enjoyed a hassle free journey to the quarter finals with 5-0 wins away to both Falkirk and Boroughmuir Thistle. Joining the Scottish Cup holders in the quarter finals draw are Glasgow City,  Glasgow Women (who got a rare win this season against Ayr Utd), Hibs, Kilmarnock, Motherwell, Hearts and theRangers.

Watch Celtic’s win over Boroughmuir below…

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