DUNFERMLINE will face a Fife derby in the Scottish Cup third round if they can advance to the next round tomorrow evening (Tuesday).

Stevie Crawford's team will travel to East Fife over the weekend of January 30-31, if they can overcome Greenock Morton in their rearranged third round tie, following yesterday's draw.

A pitch inspection had been called at Cappielow on Friday morning and, with the pitch frozen and deemed unplayable due to last week's cold snap, the game was postponed.

With cup fixtures taking priority over the league, the teams will now meet tomorrow night to compete for a place in round four, with ex-Par Darren Young's League One side the prize on offer.

The Methil men's tie with Tranent Juniors did beat the weather on Saturday and, despite falling behind early on, recovered to win 5-1 thanks to Scott Agnew's hat-trick, and goals from Craig Watson and Kevin Smith.

If Dunfermline progress, it will mean a return to East Fife for Crawford, who played for the club towards the end of his career as well as having a spell as player/manager.

The rearrangement of the Morton tie means that Athletic's scheduled trip to face league leaders Hearts in the Championship at Tynecastle will now be moved to another date.

It also means that the Pars will face Morton away in successive games, as they return to Greenock on Friday evening for a league match to be beamed live by BBC Scotland.

Tomorrow night's game will be played to a conclusion, with extra time and penalties if required.

Morton, who won the first league meeting of the teams at East End Park last month, have won three of the last five occasions the clubs have gone head-to-head in the cup, the last of which came at East End in the fourth round two years ago.

The home side are unbeaten in their last nine Scottish Cup ties at Cappielow, while the Pars are seeking their first win there in seven visits.

Dunfermline are also bidding to go beyonf the first hurdle in the competition since the 2017/18 season, having been knocked out by Raith Rovers and Stranraer respectively in each of the last two seasons.

The game is available to stream by visiting tv.gmfc.net.

Meanwhile, Kelty Hearts suffered last-gasp heartbreak in their bid to reach round four on Saturday.

Their tie with Stranraer, switched from a frozen New Central Park to Stark's Park, seemed to be going their way when Nathan Austin and a Kallum Higginbotham penalty gave them a 2-0 half-time lead.

However, Thomas Orr and Scott Robertson pulled the League Two side level and, in stoppage time, a Ruari Paton penalty denied Kelty a third round spot for the first time.

The full draw is:

Camelon Juniors or Brora Rangers or Hearts v Stranraer

Celtic v Arbroath or Falkirk

Dumbarton or Huntly v Aberdeen

Dundee United v Partick Thistle or Cowdenbeath

Dundee v St Johnstone

East Fife v Greenock Morton or PARS

Elgin City or Ayr United v Keith or Clyde

Forfar Athletic v Edinburgh City

Formartine United or Annan Athletic v Motherwell

Fraserburgh v Nairn County or Montrose

Hamilton Academical v St Mirren

Livingston v Stirling Albion or Raith Rovers

Peterhead or Stenhousemuir v Kilmarnock

Queen of the South v Hibernian

Rangers v Cove Rangers

Ross County v Buckie Thistle or Inverness Caledonian Thistle.