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Latest News - 26/05/2018

Betfred cup draw

The draw for the Betfred Cup group stage took place on Friday 25th May.

Annan Athletic will be joined in Group F by Hamilton Academical, Livingston, Berwick Rangers and Airdrieonians.

The full fixture list and TV selections will be confirmed in due course.

Group A
Ross County
Dundee United
Arbroath
Elgin City
Alloa Athletic

Group B
St Johnstone
Falkirk
Montrose
East Fife
Forfar Athletic

Group C
Heart of Midlothian
Inverness Caledonian Thistle
Raith Rovers
Cowdenbeath
Cove Rangers

Group D
Dundee
Dunfermline Athletic
Stirling Albion
Brechin City
Peterhead

Group E
Partick Thistle
Morton
Albion Rovers
Ayr United
Stenhousemuir

Group F
Hamilton Academical
Livingston
Berwick Rangers
Airdrieonians
Annan Athletic

Group G
Motherwell
Queen of the South
Clyde
Edinburgh City
Stranraer

Group H
Kilmarnock
St Mirren
Dumbarton
Queen’s Park
Spartans

Betfred Cup 2018/19 dates

Group stage MD1 – Weekend of Saturday July 14
Group stage MD2 – Tuesday/Wednesday July 17/18
Group stage MD3 – Weekend of Saturday July 21
Group stage MD4 – Tuesday/Wednesday July 24/25
Group stage MD5 – Weekend of Saturday July 28

Second round – Weekend of Saturday August 18
Quarter-finals – Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday September 25/26/27
Semi-finals – Saturday/Sunday October 27/28
Final – Sunday December 2

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