Two first-half goals give Clyde victory against Montrose and move them top of Scottish League Two.
Stranraer come from behind to see off Clyde and set up a Scottish Cup fifth-round tie at home to Inverness CT.
St MIrren ease past Queen of the South while Stranraer and Forfar also progress to the last 16 of the Scottish Cup.
Andrew Rodgers scores twice as Peterhead win to replace opponents Clyde at the top of Scottish League Two.
Stuart McColm's brace helps Clyde recover from a goal down to beat Annan Athletic and move top of Scottish League Two.
Holders Celtic host Aberdeen as Hibernian face Raith Rovers after the draw for the Scottish Cup fifth round.
Jamie Longworth's strike at Broadwood earns a Scottish Cup fourth-round replay for Stranraer against Clyde.
Clyde move top of League Two and stretch an unbeaten run to eight matches with a narrow win at East Stirlingshire.
Clyde extend their unbeaten run to five games and move to fourth place as they beat Elgin 2-1 at Broadwood.
Bottom side Queen's Park snatch a point in injury time in a draw at home to high-flying Clyde in League Two.
Kevin Watt scores the winner as Clyde come from behind to beat Highland League side Brora in the Scottish Cup.
Clyde lose Gavin Brown to a red card late in the game but hold on for a win thanks to goals from David Marsh and Scott Ferguson.
Ryan Frances scores his second goal of the season as 10-man Clyde beat Berwick Rangers in League Two.
Kieran MacDonald nets a stoppage-time penalty as Clyde deny nine-man Peterhead in a feisty draw at Balmoor Stadium.
Rangers host League One rivals Airdrieonians as the Scottish Cup third-round draw pairs four Championship sides.
Albion Rovers, Berwick Rangers, Clyde, Elgin City and Montrose reach the third round of the Scottish Cup.
A superb second-half performance from Montrose gives the Gable Endies three well deserved points following an win away to Clyde.
John Sweeney converts a 49th-minute penalty to give Clyde maximum points from their trip to Galabank.
Berwick Rangers' tie against Peterhead is the only pairing of senior teams in the Scottish Cup second round.
Max Wright grabs a double as East Stirlingshire beat Clyde to stretch their lead at the top of League Two.