It’s the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup this weekend, including 12 former winners of the competition and representatives from all corners of Scottish football.

From non-league sides taking on Premiership names to an Edinburgh derby, here’s five things to watch out for over the weekend’s fixtures.

1)    Rosie Posie’s mammoth cup journey continues

Linlithgow Rose have been on quite the William Hill Scottish Cup journey this season. The team from West Lothian has so far travelled to Galashiels, Inverness, Wick and Forfar, and tomorrow they go north once more to face Ross County in Dingwall.  Fresh from reaching the League Cup Final last weekend, the Staggies will no doubt prove to be the toughest test for the Rose, who are the first ever Junior team to reach the fifth round of the competition.

2)    A second cup journey to Tynecastle in a week for Hibernian

Sunday’s Edinburgh derby between Hearts and Hibernian will be the second visit in eight days to Gorgie for Alan Stubbs’ team. After defeating St Johnstone in last Saturday’s League Cup semi-final at Tynecastle, Hibs will be hoping to keep their interest in there competitions alive after Sunday’s match.  The Jambos, who bolstered their squad on Deadline Day with Don Cowie, John Souttar and Abiola Dauda, will be hoping to reach the sixth round for the first time since they last won the William Hill Scottish Cup in 2012.       

3)    Fond Scottish Cup memories for Killie at Ibrox

Kilmarnock may have been knocked out of the William Hill Scottish Cup by Rangers last season, but Ibrox holds great cup memories for Killie supporters. The most recent of their three Scottish Cup successes came at Ibrox, when they defeated Falkirk in 1997 with a goal from Paul Wright. After a difficult spell in the league and the recent departure of Gary Locke, they’ll be hoping to channel some of the spirit of ’97 in Saturday’s lunchtime kick-off.

4)    Another Annan upset?

The result of the fourth round was arguably the dismantling of Hamilton Academicals by League 2 outfit Annan Athletic. The Galabankies, who knocked their Premiership opponents out of the William Hill Scottish Cup with an emphatic 4-1 victory, are at home to Greenock Morton tomorrow. A victory will see them match the feat of their local rivals Berwick Rangers, who last season reached the sixth round of the competition before being knocked out by Hibernian.

5)    An historic afternoon for East Kilbride

Lowland League outfit East Kibride face the biggest match in their history on Sunday afternoon when they take on Premiership champions Celtic at Airdrie’s Excelsior Stadium.

East Kilbride knocked out Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale in the last round and, despite being massive underdogs, will be looking to challenge a Celtic team who have had lost their last two matches.