RANGERS defeated Peterhead at Ibrox on Tuesday night to secure a quarter final draw against Queen of the South but who else is still in the competition?
On Tuesday night Alloa Athletic shocked Inverness Caley Thistle 1-0 at the Indodrill Stadium as Jason Marr’s 28th-minute goal proved decisive as the Wasps reached the last eight of the competition for the first time since 1965/66.
Dundee United defeated Partick Thistle at Tannadice thanks to a Cammy Smith hit a first-half hat-trick before Sean Welsh coverted a penalty to pull one back.
Greenock Morton hit back to beat Hamilton Accies 2-1 at the SuperSeal Stadium with goals from Ross Forbes and Jai Quitongo after Dougie Imrie had converted an early penalty for Accies.
Paul Halon gave Hibernian the lead at Easter Road against Queen of the South, but the Doonhamers battled back and won the game 3-1 thanks to second-half goals from Stephen Dobbie, Grant Anderson and Lyndon Dykes.
On Wednesday night Celtic defeated Motherwell 5-0 at Parkhead through doubles from Tom Rogic and Moussa Dembele and one from Scott Sinclair.
Aberdeen overcame Ayr United 2-1 at Somerset Park thanks to a Daryll Meggatt o.g and a Niall McGinn goal before Alan Forrest pulled one back.
St Johnstone defeated Hearts 3-2 at McDiarmid Park where Danny Swanson’s early opener was overturned by Callum Paterson and Jamie Walker (penalty) before half-time. Swanson equalised from the spot with 15 minutes left and fellow former Tynecastle player Brad McKay won it for Tommy Wright’s men.
The draw for the quarter finals was held after last night’s matches and the following ties will be played on the 20 and 21 September.
Morton v Dundee United
Celtic v Alloa Athletic
Rangers v Queen of the South
Aberdeen v St Johnstone