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BT Sport reveals the five Betfred Cup games it will show live

Five Betfred Cup group games will be shown live on BT Sport, two of them involving Hearts.

The first game to be screened will be Kilmarnock v St Mirren on Friday 13 July. Next up is Raith Rovers v Hearts on 21 July, with the game taking place at East Fife’s Bayview due to work at Stark’s Park.

Dundee v Dunfermline on 22 July is also live, as is Clyde v Motherwell on 28 July and Hearts’ v Inverness Caledonian Thistle the following day.

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Inverness Caley Thistle are the current holders of the IRN-BRU Cup after defeating Dumbarton in the final in March. Picture: SNS.

English clubs to be invited to play in Irn-Bru Cup

The Irn-Bru Cup will become a complete British and Irish affair after Uefa gave the SPFL approval
to include two teams from England’s Vanarama National League in next season’s knockout competition.

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Hearts manager Craig Levein and Inverness coach John Robertson will meet in the Betfred League Cup. Picture: SNS

Hearts handed reunion with John Robertson in Betfred Cup

Hearts will be up against Tynecastle legend John Robertson in next season’s Betfred Cup after the draw for the group stage paired them with Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

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Jim Duffy and Morton have agreed to part company. Picture: SNS.

Duffy leaves Cappielow as Morton season ends in defeat

The first end-of-season managerial change has happened quickly, Morton and Jim Duffy parting company in the wake of Saturday’s 3-0 home defeat by Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

George Oakley. Picture: SNS

Morton 0 - 3 Inverness CT: Caley win but miss out on play-offs

Inverness Caledonian Thistle’s late push for a Championship play-off place ended in disappointment despite this emphatic victory at Cappielow.

Angus Beith won the Ladbrokes League 1 Player of the Month award for January for his performances on loan at Stranraer. Picture: Bill Murray/SNS

Inverness Caley Thistle sign Hearts midfielder Angus Beith

Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager John Robertson has raided his former club Hearts to sign midfielder Angus Beith on a three-year deal.

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Dunfermline's Nicky Clark heads in a free kick to make it 2-2 with just seconds remaining .  Photograph: Gary Hutchison/SNS

Inverness CT 2 - 2 Dunfermline: Late show puts Pars level

Allan Johnston called on his Dunfermline side to get over the line and into the play-offs after Nicky Clark’s 95th minute goal secured a vital point against Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

Inverness' Nathan Austin scores a hat trick to make it 5-1. Picture: SNS/Bruce White

Inverness CT 5 - 1 Dumbarton: Nathan Austin hat-trick sees Caley home

A Nathan Austin hat-trick helped resurgent Caley Thistle rout the struggling Sons in their biggest win of the season.

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Inverness players George Oakley and Coll Donaldson celebrate at full time. Picture: SNS/Bruce White

Queen of the South 0 - 2 Inverness CT: Austin and Oakley secure win at Palmerston

First-half goals from Nathan Austin and George Oakley kept Inverness Caledonian Thistle’s faint play-off hopes alive.

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St Mirren's Ryan Flynn is closed down by Inverness' Iain Vigurs and Liam Polworth. Picture: SNS/Sammy Turner

Inverness CT 2 - 2 St Mirren: Champions-to-be lose two goal lead

Jack Ross, the St Mirren manager, took solace from a point gained despite St Mirren’s late collapse in Inverness.

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Inverness goalscorer Aaron Doran celebrates with his team-mates. Picture: SNS

Inverness CT 1-0 Dundee United: Doran heaps misery on Laszlo

Aaron Doran’s vital winner last night deepened Dundee United’s gloom and anxiety and set cup-winning Inverness Caley Thistle’s sights on a late-season surge back into promotion contention.

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Rumour Mill: Celtic fans hit out at Paddy Power | Ross McCrorie injury boost | McLeish explains McTominay absence

Celtic fans have hit out at bookmaker Paddy Power over criticism of Scott Brown’s testimonial, Ranggers defender Ross McCrorie is on the comeback trail from injury, and Alex McLeish has cleared up Scott McTominay’s absence from the national side.

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Jamie Robson, right, is one of a batch of talented youngsters lending exuberance to Dundee United's promotion-chasing side. Picture: SNS.

Scott McDonald counts on young guns to shoot Dundee United to play-offs

Scott McDonald has told Dundee United’s young guns to develop a swagger – and set up a final-day showdown with promotion rivals Livingston.

Inverness Caley Thistle  players celebrate their Irn Bru Cup final victory over Dumbarton. Picture: PA.

Dumbarton 0 - 1 Inverness: Cup win caps fairytale weekend

There was an element of Inverness Caley Thistle’s last-gasp victory over Dumbarton in the Irn Bru Cup final on Saturday that was down to following the road less travelled. Not many folk would care to make the testing car journey from the Highland capital to York and then back to South Queensferry as manager John Robertson did over the course of Friday and the early hours of the following morning. However, it proved ultimately to be a trophy-winning gamble.

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Inverness's Carl Tremarco scores the game's only goal. Picture: SNS/Paul Devlin

Inverness CT 1 - 0 Dumbarton: Tremarco wins cup for Caley

Cup competitions have presented Inverness Caley Thistle with many a memorable moment in their short history and yesterday another was added to their folklore as a last-gasp goal from Carl Tremarco delivered them victory in the Irn-Bru Cup final at McDiarmid Park. As a game it conspicuously lacked the fizz associated with the competition sponsors, but for Tremarco who was sent-off during the Highland side’s 2015 Scottish Cup final win over Falkirk, it provided a moment of sublime redemption.

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John Robertson is having to build a new team at Inverness. Picture: SNS.

John Robertson hails schoolboy talent replacing Inverness’s old guard

John Robertson can rattle off an Inverness Caley Thistle team fit to win any domestic cup. Sadly for him, and a club humbled by Premiership relegation last season, it is a team that, to a man, has packed their bags and departed.

Manager Stephen Aitken says Dumbarton's Irn Bru Cup run has united the town. Picture: SNS.

Stephen Aitken ready to end 120 barren years at Dumbarton

Dumbarton manager Stephen Aitken knows that facing Inverness Caledonian Thistle in today’s Irn-Bru Cup final at St Johnstone’s McDiarmid Park is a big game because his assistant Ian Durrant is getting butterflies in his stomach at the prospect.

Dundee Utd's Thomas Mikkelsen celebrates after making it 1-1. Picture: SNS/Ross Parker

Dundee United 1 - 1 Inverness Caledonian Thistle: United struggle to overcome Caley

This was supposed to herald the start of a potentially profitable sequence of home games for Dundee United, but instead it turned out to be another one of those torturous Tannadice afternoons.

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Scott Tiffoney celebrates scoring the opening goal for Morton with Michael Tidser. Picture: Bruce White/SNS

Inverness CT 0-2 Morton: Scott Tiffoney lifts Morton into third

Inverness Caley Thistle’s promotion ambitions were left hanging by a thread as ruthless Morton climbed into third place in the Championship.

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