Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths has won the William Hill Scottish Cup Goal of the Fifth Round award.

Griffiths scored the first goal in a 2-0 win over Dundee, glancing in a neat header from a Mikael Lustig cross.

Raith Rovers winger Ryan Conroy’s long range strike against Rangers came second (34%) with Franck Dja Djedje of Hibernian in third (15%) for his volley versus Arbroath.

Celtic and Griffiths travel to Dundee United in the next round for a place in the Scottish Cup semi-finals. Here’s a quick preview of the other Sixth Round games taking place this weekend:

Queen of the South v Falkirk

Friday 6 March 2015, kick-off 7.35pm
Palmerston Park

Two teams level on points in the Scottish Championship go head-to-head in the first tie of the round. Both teams have reached the Scottish Cup final stage in the last ten years but only Falkirk have won the competition in the past (1957 & 1913).

Inverness Caley Thistle v Raith Rovers
Saturday 7 March 2015, kick-off 3pm
Caledonian Stadium

The first time these two teams have met since a 4-3 win for Caley Thistle back in April 2010. Inverness have beaten two fellow Premiership clubs to get to this stage while Raith beat Rangers 2-1 at Ibrox in the Fifth Round.

Hibernian v Berwick
Sunday 8 March 2015, kick-off 12.45pm
Easter Road

Fourth Scottish Cup meeting between the two teams. Hibernian are unbeaten in the league in 2015 and were runners-up in the competition just two years ago. Berwick Rangers beat Spartans in the last round and have former-Hearts midfielder Colin Cameron as their player-manager.

Dundee United v Celtic
Sunday 8 March 2015, kick-off 3.30pm
Tannadice Park

The only All-Premiership tie of the Sixth Round, this is the first of three Dundee United v Celtic games this month – including the QTS Scottish League Cup Final on March 21. There have been 10 goals and a win a piece in their previous two meetings so expect drama.