Scottish Cup semi-final draw will take place on Monday, March 4. The Scottish season is nearing towards the business end and the teams left are battling out for the prestigious glory.
Story of quarterfinals
The defending champions Celtic eased past Hibernian 2-0 to register their name in the Semifinals.
Steven Gerrard’s Rangers picked up a draw against Aberdeen thus forcing a quarter-final replay which is to be played next week.
Inverness produced a dramatic win against Dundee thereby becoming the second team to qualify for the semis after the Hoops.
Partick Thistle are set to face the Hearts tomorrow at Firhill stadium.
Scottish Cup Semi-final draw
The Scottish Cup semi-final draw is due on Monday, March 4 following the Hearts game. (h/t The Scottish Sun)
The draw will be screened live on The Nine, a brand new BBC Scotland show at 9.15 pm. Scotland assistant coach James McFadden and the singer of Scots rock band Twin Atlantic, Sam McTrusty will preside over the draw.
Celtic could end up facing Rangers or Aberdeen in the semi-final.
The Light Blues will be hosting the Dons at replays next week. The Gers have gone 13 matches without facing a defeat at Ibrox, Given that, Steven Gerrard’s side has the odds to succeed.
Inverness may compete against Hearts or Thistle.
The fixture against the Jags and the Jambos is difficult to predict since both the sides couldn’t be productive in their recent fixtures. And moreover, their success rate at the Scottish Cup looks similar.
Celtic could play Hearts in the final.
The Hoops might beat past the Light Blues in the Semifinals. Neil Lennon’s side have the upper hand in terms of statistics and history.
And the Light Blues have won only one game in their last three meeting with the table toppers which includes a massive defeat in the last year’s Scottish Cup semi-final.
The semifinals are set to be played on the weekend of 13 April.
The Scottish Cup final will be played at Hampden Park, Glasgow on May 25.