Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis apologised to his team-mates in the dressing room after his late mistake handed St Mirren a 2-1 win and a place in the quarter-finals of the Betfred Cup.
Aberdeen crashed out of the Betfred Cup following a 2-1 defeat at St Mirren.
An Alan Trouten penalty in the second period of extra-time catapulted Alloa to a shock victory over Hearts in the Betfred Cup.
Boss Derek McInnes is relieved Andy Considine won’t be absent from his decimated squad today after his wife gave birth to a baby boy.
Gary McAllister has told Rangers’ understudies to grasp their opportunity against Falkirk and they might earn themselves a role in the Light Blues’ push for the Europa League knockout stages.
Two Falkirk players have tested positive for Covid-19 ahead of Sunday’s Betfred Cup second-round tie with Rangers.
Aberdeen’s draw with Hamilton was very disappointing and they can’t afford to let St Mirren off the hook in the same way tomorrow.
St Mirren are without the suspended Joe Shaughnessy and Ethan Erhahon for their Betfred Cup tie against Aberdeen in Paisley on Saturday.
Defender Jeremie Frimpong is suspended for Celtic’s Betfred Cup tie against Ross County at Parkhead on Sunday.
Aberdeen attacker Scott Wright is set to be on the sidelines for six weeks, with the 23-year-old requiring a double hernia operation.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis ahead of St Mirren clash: ‘Now is the time to prove how strong our squad is’
Captain Joe Lewis has challenged Aberdeen to prove their strength during the ongoing injury crisis, as they prepare to take on St Mirren in the Betfred Cup.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes admits he will have to patch up a decimated squad on Saturday to keep the Betfred Cup bid alive against St Mirren.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is encouraged the SFA have apologised for the Covid chaos that leaves him without three key players.
Defeat to Rangers was very disappointing – but Aberdeen need to ensure it is only a blip because this can still be a successful season.
Peterhead need to take Betfred Cup standards into today’s League One clash with Dumbarton – Assistant boss Davie Nicholls
Peterhead assistant Davie Nicholls says the players "won't be allowed to drop their standards" as they look to turn promising Betfred Cup showings into their first home League One win of the campaign.
St Mirren defender Marcus Fraser believes they can emerge stronger from their early-season challenges.
Aberdeen ’s Betfred Cup tie has been selected for television broadcast next weekend.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally was proud of his side’s efforts in the League Cup despite exiting at the group stage.
Peterhead paid penalty for referee’s decisions in Betfred Cup loss to St Johnstone – Andrew McCarthy
Peterhead’s Andrew McCarthy was frustrated after two penalty decisions proved key in killing off their League Cup hopes.
Substitutes Jamie Gullan and Melker Hallberg were on target as Hibernian scored three times in six minutes to beat Dundee 4-1 in the Betfred Cup.
Stuart Kettlewell hopes Ross County’s Betfred Cup form can kick-start a good run in the Premiership.
St Mirren midfielder Ryan Flynn was delighted to seal his long-awaited return with a crucial victory over Queen’s Park.
Stuart Kettlewell was pleased to tick several boxes after Ross County’s 3–0 win over Stirling Albion in the Betfred Cup.
Rory McAllister's second-half penalty ensured Cove Rangers finished their Betfred Cup group with a win against 10-man Forfar Athletic.
Skipper Scott Brown says reaching the knockout stages of the League Cup would be a “massive” achievement for Peterhead.
Ryan Strachan believes Cove Rangers are getting the recognition they deserve for their rise up the SPFL.
Peterhead’s Gary Fraser hopes to prove his stunner against Kelty Hearts was no fluke.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally is relishing their shot at League Cup glory after a penalty shoot-out win over Kelty Hearts earned them two points.
Cove Rangers boss Paul Hartley hailed the efforts of his players as they were reduced to nine men in their 3-0 Betfred Cup defeat to Dundee.
Dundee United manager Micky Mellon felt his side had improved their attacking play despite a fourth goalless draw in five games.