St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright feared floodlight problems would halt his side’s William Hill Scottish Cup progress before seeing out a 3-0 triumph over Morton.
Callum Booth’s first goal for St Johnstone sent the Perth side on their way to a 3-0 William Hill Scottish Cup win over Morton in a match held up by floodlight failure at McDiarmid Park.
Morton came from behind to beat Dunfermline 3-2 and inflict a fifth successive Ladbrokes Championship defeat on the visitors.
Morton boosted their bid to avoid relegation from the Ladbrokes Championship with a 2-1 win at Arbroath.
Thomas O’Ware scored his first goal in over a year against his former club as Partick Thistle won 2-1 at Ladbrokes Championship relegation rivals Morton.
Second-half goals from Nicky Cadden and Jack Baird gave Morton a 2-0 win at Alloa.
Lawrence Shankland continued his stunning scoring form as Dundee United moved 10 points clear at the top of the Scottish Championship with a 2-1 win at Morton.
Kevin Nisbet took his tally for the season to 13 with a brace as Dunfermline claimed a 3-1 win against Morton.
Morton climbed out of the Scottish Championship relegation play-off place with a 1-0 win over Arbroath at Cappielow.
Shea Gordon scored twice in seven minutes after coming on as a substitute to earn Partick Thistle a 2-1 Ladbrokes Championship win over Morton.
Substitute Jamie Ness struck the winner as Dundee moved three points behind Scottish Championship leaders Dundee United with a 2-1 home win over Morton.
Second-placed Ayr kept the pressure on Scottish Championship leaders Dundee United as they edged a 3-2 comeback victory over Morton at Cappielow Park to end a run of three successive defeats.
Bob McHugh scored a goal in each half as Morton defeated Inverness 2-1 at Cappielow.
Peterhead's Jack Leitch says they can take confidence from the Scottish Cup defeat to Morton into the league campaign.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally felt their 3-0 Scottish Cup loss to Morton was harsh on his team.
Peterhead talisman Rory McAllister has warned Morton he is back to form and aiming to dump them out of the Scottish Cup.
Jamie Stevenson won a league title with Morton – but he’s hoping to dump them out of the Scottish Cup with Peterhead.
Aberdeen's Frank Ross has agreed a one-year contract extension to remain at Pittodrie and will spend the second half of this season on loan at Morton.
Lawrence Shankland hopes to use his loan spell with Morton to prove he's good enough to play at the top level.
Lawrence Shankland has signed with Championship side Morton until the end of the season on loan.
Kenny McLean wants Aberdeen to make Hampden appearances and cup glory a regular occurrence.
Aberdeen secured their spot in the Betfred Cup final with a 2-0 victory over Morton at Hampden.
Graeme Shinnie has dismissed talk of the Dons being favourites in today's League Cup semi-final showdown with Morton at Hampden.
Derek McInnes admits facing Morton at Hampden will mean more to him than any of his previous cup semis as Dons manager.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes said he is hoping to leave Hampden today as joyful as he was when he walked out of Tynecastle in January 2014.
Peter Pawlett hopes he can help the Dons qualify for another League Cup final - just like he did in 2014.
Morton boss Jim Duffy believes Jai Quitongo could develop into a top player - but does not want to place too much pressure on the ex-Don.
When I think of Morton, one man's name comes to mind ... Andy Ritchie.
Tomorrow will be the 15th time Aberdeen have faced Morton in the League Cup.