GK - Craig Gordon (Heart of Midlothian)
This weekend brought another match where Hearts were very thankful for the ongoing presence and excellent form of Gordon. The keeper made a number of key saves with the game in the balance at 0-0, allowing the hosts to go on and win 2-0.
DC - Tunji Akinola (Partick Thistle)
Thistle kept their seventh consecutive clean sheet to knock Dunfermline Athletic out of the Scottish Cup on Friday evening, winning 1-0 in Maryhill. Akinola was impressive again at the back, as he has been throughout this run.
DC - Ryan Sweeney (Dundee)
Dundee got a big victory in the battle against relegation with a 3-0 triumph over Motherwell. Sweeney got the third goal shortly after the break and was a stand-out at the back.
DC - Josh Doig (Hibernian)
They were aided by the sending off of Craig Bryson, but Hibs will feel their performance deserved the three points from the trip to McDiarmid Park. There were a good few players in contention for TOTW, but we've settled for the young full-back, who enthusiastically bolted up and down the flank.
MR - Scott Stewart (Arbroath)
The Red Lichties underlined the difference between themselves and local rivals Forfar Athletic with a comprehensive 3-0 win over the League 2 side at Gayfield. Stewart was a thorn in the away defence throughout the Scottish Cup tie.
MC - Ethan Ross (Raith Rovers)
Another excellent showing from the former Aberdeen youngster helped Rovers into the next round of the Scottish Cup, including netting the winning goal in the 2-1 triumph over Falkirk.
MC - Joe Aribo (Rangers)
Giovanni van Bronckhorst emerged victorious from his first league game as Rangers manager with a 3-1 triumph at Livingston. Aribo, arguably the club's player of the year to this point, sparkled again and scored an outrageously good second goal to help his side on their way.
ML - Rory McKenzie (Kilmarnock)
McKenzie's industry on the left of midfield was a key aspect of Kilmarnock's performance as they overcame stuffy opposition in League 1 side Queen's Park to make it through to the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.
FR - Euan Henderson (Alloa Athletic)
A hat-trick from the on-loan Hearts attacker helped Alloa Athletic into a fourth-round clash with Celtic in January. His goals were a key aspect in the Wasps thumping Bonnyrigg Rose 5-0.
FC - Dylan Mackin (Stirling Albion)
Two goals and a handy performance from the striker helped Stirling ensure there wouldn't be a shock at Forthbank as the League 2 side put paid to the challenge from East of Scotland high flyers Tranent. Their reward is a trip to Ibrox in Scottish Cup round four.
FL - Jota (Celtic)
Craig Gordon and the Celtic winger are close to establishing themselves as permanent residents in this team, such has been their excellence this term. The Portuguese winger was at it again at Celtic Park on Sunday, scoring the opener and dominating his opponents throughout as Ange Postecoglou's side beat Aberdeen 2-1.