Rangers forward Barrie McKay and Motherwell midfielder Chris Cadden went head-to-head in a simulated version of this weekend’s William Hill Scottish Cup fourth-round tie to celebrate the launch of the new EA FIFA 17 Game Zone at the Scottish Football Museum.
The pair visited the museum at Hampden Park and took to the control pads in a FIFA 17 contest that the clubs’ respective fans hope is replicated when they kick-off for real at Ibrox on Saturday.

In partnership with the UK’s leading games retailer, the Scottish Football Museum GAME Zone offers visitors the chance to put their digital footballing skills to the test on one of five Xbox One consoles and giant screens running FIFA 17 as part of the famous museum tour at the national stadium.

Robert Craig, Scottish Football Museum Chair of Trustees: “We are absolutely delighted to be working in partnership with GAME to broaden the appeal of our museum. The Scottish Football Museum appeals to all generations and it is fitting that we now have a GAME Zone that appeals to football fans and gamers of all ages.

“We are certain that this will provide a popular addition to the Scottish Football Museum and are pleased that Barrie and Chris have set such a high standard on its opening day.”

Steve Stretch, GAME Community Development Manager: "GAME are proud to be associated with the work of the Scottish Football Museum in making the Hampden Experience one of the top visitor attractions in Scotland."
The Scottish Football Museum reveals the sights, sounds and stories of the world’s favourite game, in the country that took football to the world. Spend a day enjoying Scotland’s football heritage, remembering the legends that inspire the champions of today. And when you are here, why not also take the Stadium Tour.
The Scottish Football Museum is open Monday to Saturday, 10am to 5pm, and Sunday 11am to 5pm.
Prices are £8 for adults, £3 for children and concessions and under-5s go free. Family, group rates and stadium tours are also available.

For more information visit www.scottishfootballmuseum.org.uk; The Hampden Experience on Facebook; @Hampden_museum on Twitter and @hampdenexperience on Instagram.