All four William Hill Scottish Cup Sixth Round ties will be broadcast live across the competition’s official rights holders, the Scottish FA has confirmed.

The battle for a place in the semi-finals will begin at Easter Road on Saturday, 2 March (kick-off 5.15pm, live on Premier Sports), as 2016 champions Hibernian play host to the treble-treble-chasing Celtic.

A Sunday double-header then kicks off in Aberdeen, the Dons welcoming the winner of Wednesday’s replay between Kilmarnock and Rangers to Pittodrie (kick-off 1.30pm, live on Premier Sports).

Dundee United await the victors of the other Fifth Round fixture still outstanding, with Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Ross County squaring off in a replay on Tuesday night for the right to travel to Tannadice in the Sixth Round (kick-off 3.30pm, live on BBC One Scotland).

The final broadcast of the Sixth Round will see a small piece of Scottish Cup history take place under the Monday night floodlights of the Energy Check Stadium, as Partick Thistle take on Heart of Midlothian in the first match to be broadcast on the new dedicated BBC Scotland channel. (kick-off 7.05pm, live on BBC Scotland)

William Hill Scottish Cup Sixth Round

Saturday, 2 March 2019: Hibernian v Celtic, kick-off 5.15pm (live on Premier Sports)
Sunday, 3 March 2019: Aberdeen v Rangers, kick-off 1.30pm (live on Premier Sports)
Sunday, 3 March 2019: Dundee United v Inverness Caledonian Thistle, kick-off 3.30pm (live on BBC One Scotland)
Monday, 4 March 2019: Partick Thistle v Heart of Midlothian, kick-off 7.05pm (live on BBC Scotland)