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2019–20 Scottish League Cup - Wikipedia

Date Match Group Stage 12 July 2019 Heart of Midlothian v Dundee United: 14 July 2019 St Mirren v Dunfermline Athletic: 19 July 2019 Motherwell v Greenock Morton: 21 July 2019 St Johnstone v Ross County: 26 July 2019 Elgin City v Hibernian: 28 July 2019 Dundee v Inverness Caledonian Thistle: Second Round 16 August 2019

Betfred Cup Final - 2019 | Hampden Park

Betfred Cup Final 2019. The 74th final of the Scottish League Cup will take place on 8th December at Hampden Park, Scotland's National Stadium.

Start dates announced for 2019/20 SPFL season and Betfred Cup ...

Betfred Cup quarter-finals. Midweek of September 24-26, 2019. Betfred Cup semi-finals. Weekend of November 2/3, 2019. Betfred Cup final. Weekend of December 7/8, 2019. Ladbrokes SPFL (all ...

SPFL Premier Sports Cup | Scottish Professional Football League

EVERY Fraser Forster Save from the Betfred Cup Final! | Rangers v Celtic | Betfred Cup Final 2019/20 Wed 11 th Dec Rangers 0-1 Celtic | Penalty and Red Card In Dramatic Old Firm Final! | 2019/2020 Betfred Cup Final

SPFL announce key dates for season 2019/20 including opening ...

Betfred Cup semi-finals. Weekend of November 2/3, 2019. Betfred Cup final. Weekend of December 7/8, 2019

Rangers 0-1 Celtic LIVE stream: Betfred Cup Final 2019 - as ...

Rangers 0-1 Celtic LIVE: Betfred Cup Final 2019 commentary stream and score - as it happened. VIEW COMMENTS. 1 /37 In Pictures | Rangers vs Celtic, Betfred Cup Final | 08/12/2019. PA.

The key dates in Scottish football for the 2018/2019 season ...

The key dates in Scottish football for the 2018/2019 season The post-season is merely days old but there is little breathing space in Scottish football with the draw for the Betfred Cup only days ...

Challenge Cup final heads to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium ...

In another change, the final will revert to a May date in 2022 and the RFL has also announced a two-year extension to Betfred’s sponsorship of the men’s, women’s and wheelchair cups. The 62,850-capacity Tottenham stadium, which was opened on the site of the old White Hart Lane in April 2019, was due to host an Ashes Test in 2020 before the series was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.