Alloa Athletic 1, Airdrie United 0
Rangers defiant in face of ban threat, Johnston certain of Ibrox exit and Old Firm could face weakened opposition next week.
In today's Rumour Mill: Brazil not sorry over Neymar comments; Maurice Ross signs for Motherwell; Rangers takeover bid rumbles on; plus the rest of the day's football news and gossip.
Airdrie United 3, Forfar Athletic 1
AIRDRIE UNITED will approach Hearts this summer to renew Mark Ridgers' loan deal for next season, so impressed has manager Jimmy Boyle been with the young goalkeeper.
Lennon to miss CIS cup final, Samaras negotiations stepped-up while Diouf and Bougherra look set to escape further punishment.
Airdrie United manager Jimmy Boyle is looking for a huge improvement from his men against East Fife tonight after his team capitulated in the second half of their game against Ayr United at the weekend and lost five goals.
HIBS have become the latest club to be linked with a move for highly-rated former Liverpool youngster Gary Mackay-Steven.
Queen of the South's first home league fixture since 13 November, against Ross County, failed to be played to a conclusion last night as a corner of Palmerston Park was plunged into darkness midway through the second half due to floodlight failure.
FIRST division Morton pulled rank to claim a fifth round trip to Inverness after this all-action clash at the Excelsior Stadium.
With leaders Livingston idle because of a frozen surface in West Lothian, Ayr United had the chance to complete a great week for the club by moving to the top of the table by seeing off Peterhead, however Brian Reid's side were brought back down to earth when the Blue Toon hit back twice in the second half to force a 2-2 draw.
In today's Rumour Mill: Miller's Turkish move held up as Rangers reject first offer; Hearts defenders watched by English scouts; Everton striker set for Celtic loan; plus the rest of the day's news and gossip from the transfer market.
TEN-MAN Morton had to battle back from two goals down to salvage a replay against Second Division Airdrie and keep alive their hopes of a trip to Inverness Caley Thistle in the fifth round of the Scottish Cup.
A TEAM outside the Old Firm has been guaranteed a place in the final of the Scottish Cup following today's fifth round draw.
Burnley want McInnes, home internationals set for return and Samaras unimpressed by new contract offer.
SCOTTISH Cup fourth round ties at Queen of the South, Morton and Falkirk were called off today as the weather continued to play havoc with the weekend football card.
In today's Rumour Mill: Miller move to south of France put on ice by Marseille; Bouzid says he's in demand; Houston wants one million for striker; plus the rest of the gossip from the transfer market.