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Three all-SPL games drawn in fourth round

Last Updated: 30/11/09 3:30pm

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Three all-SPL ties

Three all-SPL ties

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Six SPL teams have been paired together in Monday's Scottish Cup fourth round draw.

Hamilton host former SPL leaders Rangers, Aberdeen take on Hearts at Pittodrie while Kilmarnock welcome Falkirk to Rugby Park.

Gers will be desperate for a cup run after slipping out of Europe altogether following a disappointing UEFA Champions League campaign.

Tony Mowbray's Celtic will play either Morton or Dumbarton in the fourth round after their first meeting finished goalless at Cappielow.

Third-placed Hibs will be confident of knocking out Scottish minnows Irvine Meadow while high-flying Dundee United travel to Partick Thistle.

Jim Jeffries' Kilmarnock will be hoping for some cup relief against fellow strugglers Falkirk after losing four straight games in SPL action.

St Johnstone travel to Forfar while St Mirren will host either Cowdenbeath or Alloa.

Fourth round draw:

Inverness CT v Motherwell

Hamilton v Rangers

Morton/Dumbarton v Celtic

Hibernian v Irvine Meadow

St Mirren v Cowdenbeath/Alloa

Raith/Peterhead v Airdrie United

Dunfermline v Stenhousemuir/Cove

Forfar v St Johnstone

Clyde/Livingston v Dundee

Albion Rovers v Stirling Albion

Aberdeen v Hearts

Edinburgh City v Montrose

Partick Thistle v Dundee United

Ross County v Inverurie Loco Works

Ayr United v Wick/Brechin City

Kilmarnock v Falkirk

Ties to played over the weekend of the 9th January

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