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Tuesday 6th April 2021

Team of the Week

Craig Fowler from A View From the Terrace names his Team of the Week, with Caley Thistle's Daniel Mackay the star man

GK - Sam Ramsbottom (Dumbarton)
Although he ended up on the losing side, Ramsbottom was excellent in Dumbarton's Scottish Cup defeat to Aberdeen, pulling off several fine stops and keeping the scores tied at 0-0 before the Premiership side finally broke the deadlock late on.

DR - Craig Howie (Clyde)
We're squeezing the centre-back in on the right side of the back four to reward him for his dominant defensive showing as Clyde provided one of the upsets of the round by going to Ayr United and winning 1-0.

DC - Vytas Gaspuitis (Dunfermline Athletic)
The towering Lithuanian international was the stand-out for Stevie Crawford's men as they were unlucky to earn just a point in a 0-0 draw with Championship leaders Hearts at East End Park.

DC - Liam Gordon (St Johnstone)
Saints were made to sweat for their advancement to the next round of the cup with a hard-fought 1-0 win in Dundee but they got the job done, with Gordon impressing the most.

DL - Brody Paterson (Queen’s Park)
The full-back's use of the ball as he offered Ray McKinnon's side another option on the wing was the most impressive aspect of the Spiders' performance as they edged out Stirling Albion 1-0 at the Falkirk Stadium to go 10 points clear at the top of League 2.

MR - Daniel Mackay (Inverness CT)
The winger was excellent and netted the second goal as Inverness CT upset rivals Ross County 3-1 in the Scottish Cup on Friday night. For his masterful performance, Mackay is this week's star man.

MC - Craig Sibbald (Livingston)
Livingston were another well-fancied side who had to fight for their victory but they eventually got it in extra-time of their clash with Raith Rovers. Sibbald was the stand-out in the centre of the park. 

MC - Nicky Low (Arbroath)
Dick Campbell's men earned a huge victory in the Championship relegation battle as David Gold's winner beat Alloa Athletic 2-1. While the late goalscorer and striker Jack Hamilton impressed, the best performer in the home ranks was the former Aberdeen and Dundee midfielder, who is on loan from East Stirlingshire.

ML - Conor O’Keefe (Elgin City)
The lively winger set Elgin City on the road to a 3-0 victory away to Annan Athletic that solidifies their place in the League 2 play-off spots, setting up Tony Dingwall for the crucial opener after Annan had spurned a couple of opportunities to take the lead.

FC - Christian Doidge (Hibernian)
The Hibs striker netted twice and came within the width of the post of scoring a hat-trick as Hibs defeated Queen of the South 3-1 at Palmerston on Monday night to take their place in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.

FC - Kyle Lafferty (Kilmarnock)
Doidge may not have got his hat-trick, but this man did. Lafferty continued his terrific form since signing for Tommy Wright's side by bagging three goals in the 4-0 win over Stenhousemuir.

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