FOUR matches from the fourth round of the Scottish Cup will be broadcast live on television, the Scottish FA have confirmed.

Rangers' home fixture against Stranraer has been selected as the Friday night game, kicking off at 7:45pm on 17 January, and will be broadcast live on Premier Sports.

Holders Celtic will make the short trip across Glasgow to face Partick Thistle on Saturday 18 January, with Premier Sports showing the game live. Kick-off is scheduled for 5:30pm at Firhill.

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Later that evening the BBC will be showing Dundee v Motherwell. The match at Dens Park will get under way at 7:20pm.

And on Sunday, the BBC will be broadcasting what is arguably the tie of the round when Championship leaders Dundee United host Jack Ross' Hibernian. The match at Tannadice will kick-off at 3pm on Sunday 19 January.