Livingston FC are up next in our last Betfred Cup game this year as we travel to the Tony Macaroni Arena in Almondvale for a 3pm kick off.
Fair to say Berwick will be glad to see the back of this competition as the team prepares for the first league match vs Bonnyrigg on Tuesday.

Manager Ian Little was happy with the side’s gradual improvement against Falkirk and with the way the players competed physically against the First Division club.

Berwick played Livingston in this competition last season almost to the day losing 2-0 to the newly promoted Premier League side with ex Berwick loanee Jack Hamilton scoring for the hosts.
On that day only Sean Brennan, Jack Cook and Grant Rose from our current squad featured as we continue rebuilding our young side.

Team news


Euan Smith is unavailable as is new signing Yaw Osei as he awaits clearance otherwise we travel with a full squad. Newly announced signing Ciaran Brian will also travel tomorrow.

Assistant manager Kevin Haynes has been impressed by the commitment and fitness of the players and thanks the companies and individuals who have stepped forward this week to sponsor the player’s kit. Players are still available to sponsor, the link can be found here

New signing Ciaran Brian. Photo Credit Graham Black

Officials

The match referee is Colin Steven assisted by Brian Templeton and Craig Ferguson

Travel

Tony Macaroni Arena

By car

The Tony Macaroni Arena 

EH54 7DN

From the East and the West, exit the M8 at junction 3 (Livingston).

Take the A899 (south) and follow signs for St John’s Hospital or for the Stadium.

Train/bus

Livingston North train station has a bus service no 25 directly to the ground

Admission

Betfred prices apply

Adults £12 Concessions £6 and kids u12 go free

The club and players appreciate the support you give each week and wish you all a safe journey