The Scottish Cup fifth round draw is set to take place on Monday, February 8th and will see some of the country’s biggest clubs battle it out for a place in the quarter-finals.
The draw will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football from 7pm GMT, with the draw itself taking place at 7.30pm GMT.
The draw will feature the twelve clubs who have made it through to the fifth round, including reigning champions Celtic and bitter rivals Rangers. Other clubs include Aberdeen, St Johnstone, Hibernian and Motherwell.
The draw will be conducted by former Scotland internationals Gary McAllister and Jackie McNamara, who will be joined by former Scotland manager Alex McLeish.
The fifth round of the Scottish Cup is always an exciting event and this year will be no different. With the likes of Celtic and Rangers in the mix, the competition is sure to be fierce.
The winners of the fifth round will progress to the quarter-finals, where they will face off against the other seven teams who have made it through. The quarter-final ties will be played in March, with the semi-finals and final taking place in April.
Whoever makes it through to the final will be crowned Scottish Cup champions and will take home the famous trophy.
So make sure you tune in on Monday night to see who will be facing off in the fifth round of the Scottish Cup. It promises to be an exciting night of football.