Celtic manager Neil Lennon has warned his side to be wary of the threat posed by Hibs in Sunday's Scottish Cup final.
Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama is free to play in the Scottish Cup semi-finals after winning an appeal against his St Mirren Park red card.
Kris Commons, James Forrest and Charlie Mulgrew fired Celtic to a comfortable win over Raith Rovers in their Scottish Cup fifth-round tie at Stark's Park.
St Johnstone earned the right to face St Mirren in the fifth round of the Scottish Cup by beating Cowdenbeath 3-0.
Second-tier side Raith have been handed a potential tie at home to Celtic, following the draw for the Scottish Cup fifth round.
Steven Doris' dramatic late free-kick for Arbroath earned a replay for the third-tier side as they drew 1-1 with Celtic in the Scottish Cup.
Hibernian have been handed the opportunity to avenge their Scottish Cup final derby thrashing after being drawn at home to Hearts in the fourth round of this season's competition.
Rangers have been drawn against Alloa in the third round of the Scottish Cup.
Neil Lennon's relationship with the Scottish Football Association could be heading towards an irretrievable breakdown after he criticised referee Euan Norris for awarding the late penalty which led to the Hoops' 2-1 Scottish Cup semi-final defeat by Hearts and claimed: "It's personal.''