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July 23, 2019 7:45 pm BetFred Cup Group 2019/20 90'

Edinburgh City

1Calum Antell Goalkeeper
15Chris Kane Defender
5Conrad Balatoni Defender
22Liam Henderson Midfielder
14Callum Crane Defender
11Jordan Sinclair Midfielder
8Josh Walker Midfielder
20Adam Watson 33 Midfielder
10Danny Handling 26 Midfielder
7Allan Smith 9 Forward
19Scott Shepherd Forward
21Ryan Adamson Goalkeeper
3Robbie McIntyre Defender
6Marc Laird Midfielder
9Blair Henderson 7 Forward
16Matthew Shaw Defender
26Jonny Court 10 Forward
33Alex Harris 20 Midfielder

East Kilbride

1Alan Martin Goalkeeper
2Scott Stevenson Defender
3Bernard Coll Defender
4Craig Reid Defender
5David Brownlie Defender
6Dean Cairns Defender
7Ryan Weir Midfielder
8Graeme Holmes 14 Midfielder
9Ruairidh Paton Forward
10Danny Carmichael Forward
11Ross Kavanagh 15 Forward
12Ryan Sinnamon 15 Midfielder
14Anton Brady 8 Midfielder 71'
15Paul Woods 12 Midfielder
16Ewan MacPherson Forward
17Craig Malcolm Forward
25Jacob Kean Goalkeeper
Goals
0
1
Assists
0
1
Yellow Cards
0
2
Red Cards
0
0

A close match ended in defeat to East Kilbride in matchday 3 of the BetFred Cup

Recap

Our third outing in this season’s BetFred Cup sees us entertain East Kilbride for the second time this season.

OPPONENTS: EAST KILBRIDE

The reigning Lowland League champions head into this game on the back of arguably one of their best results, having held Premiership St Mirren to a draw over 90 minutes last Saturday and then winning on penalites at K-Park. Stuart Malcolm has had a productive pre-season, bringing in several players of note most sigfnificantly the experienced Darren O’ Dea, Danny Carmichael and Ruairi Paton. As well as this, the core of last season’s championship winning side have stayed together and signs point towards another strong season for Kilby, who will be aiming to go one better then last year, where they lost in the SPFL promotion playoff to Cove Rangers.

KITS

East Kilbride will wear their traditional colours of navy and gold halved shirts and City will be wearing…

ENTRY

Admission prices will be £12 for adults, £6 for concessions and under 12s will be free with a paying adult. A cash gate will be in operation as normal.

TEAM NEWS

Albeit it’s pre-season we still have a couple of guys on their way back to fitness, with Keiron Stewart and John Dunn not yet fit enough to feature. Last season’s top marksman Blair Henderson will face a late fitness to deceide whether he will make his first appearence of the season tonight. The only other absentee is Craig Thomson who begins a suspension.

PREVIOUS MEETING

Since promotion to the SPFL this will be the third meeting of the sides, last season City needed a late double from Allan Smith to win 3-2 at K-Park in the Challenge Cup, while only two weeks ago the teams contested the East of Scotland (City) Cup final at the Oriam. City ran out 5-2 winners, however the game was extremely tight in the early stages with Kilby twice in front, before an inexpicable tackle from Darren O’ Dea saw the defender red carded. With both sides coming off the back of brilliant results at the weekend it’s likely to be a very close match tonight.

#OURECFC

Ground

Ainslie Park
94 Pilton Dr, Edinburgh EH5 2HF, UK

KO KO 58 58 60 65 70 71 77 FT

Past Meetings

East of Scotland (City) Cup
Oriam

Challenge Cup
K-Park Training Academy