With just three days to go until the 2015 William Hill Scottish Cup Final, we’ve taken a look at the numbers behind this year’s competition. How many goals were scored in total? How many Scots started in the semi-finals? Find out here:

90 – clubs that have taken part in this year’s competition

10 – most goals in a single tie (Glasgow University 1-9 Cove Rangers)

3 - winning goals scored by Falkirk's Craig Sibbald en-route to the final

25 – penalties during the Third Round shoot-out between Stirling Albion & Hurlford United

58% - goals scored by players under-25 in Quarter-finals

117 – minute Inverness scored their semi-final winner against Celtic

214 – miles travelled by Annan Athletic to play Cove Rangers in Second Round. The equivalent of Glasgow to Manchester

2 – Scottish Cup venues to have hosted a Commonwealth Games (Meadowbank, Hampden)

23.9 – average age of Falkirk’s starting 11 in semi-final win over Hibernian

24 - Scots started for their teams in the Scottish Cup semi-finals

100% - Greg Tansey’s penalty record for Inverness (2 taken, 2 scored)

2,500 – attendance at Ainslie Park to see Lowland League side Spartans take on Berwick Rangers in Fifth Round

393 – total number of goals scored (3.7 goals per game)

20 – steps the 2015 Scottish Cup winners will take to the presentation podium at Hampden Park on Saturday

Watch history unfold at Hampden. Tickets for the neutral section at Hampden Park are still available at £5 for concessions and £25 for adults.