Teams across the land are getting to the stage where their dreams of reaching Hampden could soon become a reality.

It's Scottish Cup weekend as the competition's fifth-round ties take place over Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

The first shock of the weekend came at Cappielow as Morton booked their place in the quarter-finals with a 2-1 victory over Motherwell.

There were then four 3pm kick-offs on Saturday afternoon prior to Scott Brown's return to Ibrox for the first team in the dugout. He took his Ayr United side to meet Rangers on Saturday evening.

The action concludes with a double-header on Sunday. First-up, St Mirren host current holders Celtic, before Hearts take on Airdrieonians in Lanarkshire.

Here are all of the details you need to know about the draw for the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup...

When is the Scottish Cup quarter-final draw? 

The draw for the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup will take place TODAY on Sunday, February 11.

It will be conducted at around 4.40pm, before Steven Naismith's Hearts take on Airdrieonians in the final match of the fifth round.

That game is scheduled for a 5pm kick-off.

Can I watch the Scottish Cup quarter-final draw on TV and can I live stream it? 

Yes, the draw will be showcased live on BBC One Scotland.

Their coverage of Airdrie vs Hearts begins at 4.30pm.

Viewers will also be able to live stream this draw via BBC iPlayer.

What teams are in the hat for the next round?

Greenock Morton







Airdrieonians or Heart of Midlothian

Matches for the fifth round will be played over the weekend of March 9/10.

Up to four matches could be selected for live TV coverage.