Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes on BBC Radio Scotland: “The Scottish Cup’s a big deal for us. We say at the start of every season, we want to go the full way in the cup competitions.
“We had an opportunity to try to deal with business at home and we were well comfortable in the game, but in any game, failing to get that second goal can come back to bite you and it did.
“Thankfully we’ve got a chance to rectify a few wrongs from the first game.
“Stenhousemuir will treat this as a cup final and we get that, but we are looking forward to the game.”
By the luck of the fifth-round draw, the winners of tonight’s replays will face one another at the next stage.
The winners of the game at Stenhousemuir’s Ochilview Park will have home advantage.
Scottish Cup fifth-round draw
Aberdeen or Stenhousemuir v Dundee or Queen of the South
Celtic v St Johnstone
East Fife v Partick Thistle
Hearts v Auchinleck Talbot
Hibernian v Raith Rovers
Kilmarnock v Cowdenbeath or Rangers
Ross County v Inverness Caledonian Thistle
St Mirren v Dundee United
Ties to be played weekend of 9 and 10 February
Stenhousemuir: Smith, Alan Reid, McBrearty, Munro, Donaldson,
Duthie, Ferry, Dickson, Cook, Halleran, McGuigan.
Substitutes: McMenamin, Paterson, Gibbons, McMinn, Garcia Tena.
Aberdeen: Lewis, Logan, Considine, Hoban, Lowe, McGinn,
Ferguson, Shinnie, Wright, Cosgrove, Stewart.
Substitutes: Wilson, Gleeson, Mackay-Steven, May, Cerny, Ball, Ethan Ross.
Stenhousemuir manager Colin McMenamin on BBC Radio Scotland: “Big night, big crowd, big atmosphere and it should be a good night.
“It was always going to be difficult up there at Pittodrie and to get the performance was great for everybody and the community.
“There is plenty of confidence because we’ve been playing well.”
Asked whether his side could repeat that famous 1995 win, McMenamin says: “I’ve been reminded about it a million times.
“We’re going to be organised and we’re going to have to ride our luck, but at the same time we’ve got a bit of quality.”
The 37-year-old former Livingston and Dundee striker recently said retired from playing to concentrate on his new role as manager but names himself on the bench tonight.
“It is unfortunate we got three injuries on Saturday and a couple of new signings are not eligible, so I’ve had to put myself on the bench, but I’m here for emergencies only,” he explains.
“If it goes to penalties, I might throw myself on.”
Stenhousemuir are hoping to emulate the side who famously knocked Aberdeen out of the Scottish Cup in 1995.
Manager Terry Christie made the duffel coat famous that night as he led his side, who like tonight’s team were in the third tier, to one of the biggest cup upsets.
Scottish Cup fourth round
- Queen of the South v Dundee (19:45)
- Stenhousemuir v Aberdeen (19:30)
- Ayr United v Inverness Caledonian Thistle (19:45)
It’s a big night of Scottish Cup replays, with two top-flight sides under threat of being knocked out after being held to draws on their own patch.
Championship side Queen of the South host Dundee, while Stenhousemuir, who sit bottom of League One, are dreaming of another (more of that later) giant-killing act against Aberdeen.
Meanwhile, there is also an important game in the Championship, with Ayr United having the chance to take over at the top from Ross County should they win at home to Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
Stay with us for the build-up, live commentary and post-match reaction on BBC Radio Scotland and online.