Falkirk face Fifers while Warriors face Dingwall trek in Scottish Cup

William Hill Scottish Cup Portrait
William Hill Scottish Cup Portrait
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Stenhousemuir and Falkirk have learned their fate in the William Hill Scottish Cup fourth round draw this morning.

The Warriors have a long trip ahead of them as they face the most northerly club in senior football - Ross County - in Dingwall after sending Annan Athletic - the most southerly team, out of the Cup on Saturday.

Falkirk have familiar opponents. They will host East Fife in a mirror image of the Ramsdens’ cup quarter final in Methil earlier this season that the Bairns won with goals from Kallum Higginbotham and Craig Sibbald.

Ties will be played on January 7.