Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Morton v St Johnstone live Stream Scottish League Cup Quarter-Final – Preview 30 Oct, 2013

Match Preview: Wednesday, 30,Oct 2013, One of the important match Morton v St Johnstone of Scottish League Cup Quarter-Final  HD Quality Live Morton v St Johnstone streaming is available here Morton v St Johnstone Live Stream online video Scottish League Cup Quarter-Final  Video Free The match will take plcae at Cappielow Park, Greenock on 10/30/13 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Morton v St Johnstone Live Stream Morton v St Johnstone, Morton v St Johnstone online free, Morton v St Johnstone live stream video.Morton v St Johnstone at Cappielow Park, Greenock on Wednesday Oct 30, 2013, kick-off 19.30 (GMT). Slovakian defender Tomas Peciar is rated as a doubt for Morton's League Cup quarter-final against St Johnstone.He picked up a knock in the 2-1 Championship defeat by Raith Rovers and could join Scott Taggart, Thomas O'Ware and David O'Brien on the sidelines.St Johnstone defender Frazer Wright returns from suspension after the weekend league win over Motherwell.

Team News:
Steven Anderson, David Robertson and Steven MacLean remain on the sidelines due to injury for the Premiership side.
Saints beat Championship leaders Hamilton Accies in the last round, while Morton, who sit bottom in the second tier, caused the surprise of the competition by knocking out Celtic after extra-time.
Greenock Morton manager Allan Moore: "We seem to go from one extreme to the other. We obviously had a great result against Celtic, which everybody got the praise for.
"Players are raising their games for some games and it's not good enough for others.
"But myself and Mark McNally will take the brunt of it, because the manager's the one who puts the team out on the pitch.
"I would have swapped that result for three victories in the league over the last couple of weeks, because that's where it matters most.
"The players have now got to stand up and be counted.
"We went there to frustrate Celtic, to try to nick a goal and get everybody behind the ball and our game plan paid off.
"It paid off because we defended really well in our box, which baffles us at this moment in time why we're losing goals in our own league, but it's a different mentality, a different set-up.

"In our league, you've got to go and attack teams. Against Celtic, they needed to attack us and the onus was on them.
"I felt we deserved to win the game, not through our great football but through the fact our resilience pulled through.
"For some reason, we have just not kicked on from that result.
"However, we have the chance to get our season going by winning this tie."
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright: "They are the only team to beat Celtic this year, so they've obviously got good players.
"They've not really done it in the league so far. But, in a one-off game, they have shown they are capable of beating the best team in the country.
"That's what makes it a difficult game for us.
"It doesn't make us more wary of them. We respect everybody that we play and we don't expect to just turn up and win games.
"We will approach the game as though we were playing any top-flight club.
"We can't go into the game thinking we are just going to win and it's going to be easy."
The defender was suspended for the weekend Scottish Premiership win over Motherwell but is back in contention for the cup clash.
Steven Anderson (dislocated thumb), David Robertson (ankle) and Steven MacLean (knee) remain on the sidelines.
St Johnstone (from): Mannus, Miller, Scobbie, Easton, MacKay, McDonald, Cregg, Davidson, Millar, Wotherspoon, Edwards, May, Hasselbaink, Caddis, Brown, Jahic, Fallon, Banks, Wright. 

Competition: Scottish League Cup Quarter-Final
Match: Morton v St Johnstone                                       
Date: Wednesday, 30,Oct
Kickoff: 19:30  BST
Venue: Cappielow Park, Greenock
Live/Repeat: Live

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