Inverness convert two penalties as they beat Greenock Morton in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.
Greenock Morton appoint former Scotland, Chelsea and Leeds midfielder David Hopkin as their interim manager.
Greenock Morton sack boss Allan Moore following their ninth Scottish Championship defeat of the current campaign.
Marc McNulty scores a hat-trick as Livingston humble Morton, who part company with boss Allan Moore after full-time.
Fixtures, Results & Competitions
Two first-half goals prove to be enough to give Queen of the South victory against Greenock Morton.
Mark McLaughlin's first league goal of the season helps bottom club Morton overcome Dumbarton.
Hearts, St Johnstone and Aberdeen book their places in the semi-finals of the Scottish League Cup.
A controversial goal by Gary McDonald secures St Johnstone a place in the Scottish League Cup semi-finals.
Raith Rovers stretch their unbeaten Scottish Championship run to nine games with victory over bottom club Morton.
A Kane Hemmings hat-trick helps Cowdenbeath to a convincing win over bottom side Morton at Central Park.
Championship leaders Hamilton are held at bottom of the table Morton, with Michal Habai on target for the hosts.
Former Rangers forward Nacho Novo joins Championship side Morton on a deal until January.
A goal either side of half-time secures victory for Alloa against Scottish Championship bottom side Morton.
Dundee fight back with three second-half goals to overcome Morton at Dens Park.
Hibernian are drawn to face city rivals Hearts in the quarter-finals of the Scottish League Cup.
Morton manager Allan Moore praises his players' work-rate as they stun Celtic to reach the Scottish League Cup quarter-finals.
Morton stun Celtic in extra-time to reach the last eight and there are wins for Inverness CT, St Johnstone and Hibs.
Dougie Imrie's penalty in extra-time sees Championship outfit Morton knock Celtic out of the League Cup.
Queen of the South secure their first victory since the opening day of the season with a 2-0 win away at Morton.
New Livingston manager John McGlynn watches his side throw away a two-goal lead in a draw with Morton.