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Tuesday 13th October 2020

Betfred Cup

Team of the Week

Craig Fowler from A View From the Terrace names his Team of the Week, with St Johnstone striker Stevie May the star man...

GK - Callum Erskine (Stenhousemuir)
The new signing saved three penalties, one in normal time and two in the shoot-out, to help Stenhousemuir to a bonus-point triumph over Edinburgh City in Group H of the Betfred Cup.

DC - Jason Thomson (Arbroath)
Arbroath are the leaders in Group D after two fixture rounds. Their 3-1 victory over local rivals Montrose was achieved in large part by Thomson, who netted once and notched two assists.

DC - Craig Halkett (Heart of Midlothian)
Hearts weren’t at their best against League 2 Cowdenbeath but they were spared any blushes by Halkett heading home the only goal of the game at Bayview.

DC - Euan Murray (Dunfermline Athletic)
The Pars beat rivals Falkirk in their Group E clash at End East Park on Friday night with Murray playing a huge role. The defender did his part at the back and netted twice in the 2-0 win.

MR - Joe Cardle (Partick Thistle)
Cardle didn't start but still deserves his inclusion in Team of the Week for being the difference-maker after rising off the bench to score twice as Thistle beat Queen’s Park 2-0.

MC - Max Anderson (Dundee)
The teenager put in a power of work in the middle of the park as Dundee avoided an upset with a 2-0 win at Highland League champions Brora Rangers.

MC - Barry Cuddihy (Clyde)
Cuddihy scored a stunning goal and was dominant in the midfield area alongside the also-excellent Josh Jack as Clyde won their first match of the Betfred Cup, defeating Dumbarton 3-2 at Broadwood.

ML - Steven Boyd (Peterhead)
The League 1 side pulled off the shock of the weekend by going to Tannadice and beating top-flight Dundee United 1-0. In what was a deserved victory, Boyd netted the winning goal.

AM - Dylan Tait (Raith Rovers)
An outstanding performance from Tait helped Rovers to overcome a stubborn East Fife side. The hosts rebounded from an early 1-0 deficit to win the match in the closing stages.

AM - Russell Dingwall (Elgin City)
Dingwall netted the clinching goal from the penalty spot and generally excelled as Elgin were able to defeat League 2 rivals Stirling Albion 2-0 despite having Kane Hester sent off.

FC - Stevie May (St Johnstone)
An easy choice for star man this week. May netted three times as St Johnstone hit Brechin City for seven in a match that could rekindle the Perth side's confidence in front of goal.