MORTON will take on either Peterhead or Dumbarton at Cappielow in the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.

Jim Duffy’s side were handed a home tie for the match, which looks set to be staged on Saturday February 10.

The draw was held yesterday afternoon, immediately after the Edinburgh derby clash between Hearts and Hibs, which Hearts won 1-0.

Meanwhile, jubilant Duffy reckoned Saturday’s sensational 2-1 win over Dunfermline in the fourth round was a game that had it all.

Duffy’s side emerged victorious from a breathless 90 minutes at East End Park thanks to goals in either half from Gary Oliver and Jai Quitongo.

And the Ton boss was delighted at full time.

He said: “It was a fantastic result and I thought it was a terrific cup tie. 

“There were a lot of goalmouth incidents, a lot of saves and Lee (Robinson) got one cleared off the line and Thomas (O’Ware) cleared one off the line.

“They cleared one off the line in the second with a header from Jack Iredale, while Derek Gaston’s got a couple of great saves — and Lee’s made a couple of great saves. And in between time I thought there were some terrific goals.” 

“Obviously I’m looking at it from our perspective but I thought it was two outstanding goals we scored. And it was great to get the win. The most important thing in any cup tie is to get into the next round and we are.”

Duffy reckoned a key moment in the game was Derek Gaston’s stunning second half save from Nicky Clark’s header.

He said: “Derek Gaston had an unbelievable save from a Nicky Clark header and they are the type of things that can turn a game. 

“We were a bit nervous for about five minutes there as Dunfermline took the game to us but we calmed down again and over the piece, it’s about making it into the next round and thankfully we achieved that.”