Live on cooncil telly courtesy of our hated foe the BBC. I'm gonnae watch it at my mates hoose to get it right up them (he disnae have a license). **** the bourgeois tellytubby Bergerac pricks that they are. Rangers midfielder Lewis Macleod is out of the Scottish Cup fifth-round clash against Dunfermline with a calf strain. Bilel Mohsni is available before serving a two-match league ban but Nicky Clark, Chris Hegarty, Kyle Hutton and Ross Perry remain on the sidelines. Dunfermline will be without deadline day signings Danny Grainger, Ross Forbes and Jonathan Page. The trio are cup-tied but on-loan Aberdeen striker Lawrence Shankland can feature. Andy Geggan is available after suspension and Callum Morris should be in contention after a hamstring injury. However, Allan Smith remains a doubt for the Pars after illness. Rangers striker Jon Daly: "It's massive. At Dundee United we won the cup and the season before we got to the League Cup final. Everyone saw how big that was. "It's a great day out for the players and their families and the fans as well. It would be great to experience that with a club like Rangers." "As players we try not to concentrate on stuff that goes on off the park. Our job is to try to do the right thing on the park. "We have done that for most of the season. We got knocked out of the League Cup early and (since then) dropped two points in the league, so I think we have done a fairly good job at the moment. "It would be great to get through to a quarter-final and great for the fans." "Dunfermline are a good side and will be well up for it. We need to make sure we match that and hopefully we can put our chances away and get through to the next round." Dunfermline manager Jim Jefferies: "Rangers have beaten us at their place already this season but we played well that night. "If we play like that again you just never know what will happen." Stolen from the website of our enemy the BBC.