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A cross is delivered by Callum Fordyce.
The game is over, as the referee blows the whistle.
Corner taken by Martin Scott from the left by-line. Goal scored by Danny Denholn to to the top right corner of the goal. Livingston 1-2 Motherwell.
Corner taken by Martin Scott. Danny Denholn grabs a goal. Livingston 1-2 Motherwell.Assist by Martin Scott.
Coll Donaldson takes the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Coll Donaldson by John Sutton results in a free kick.
Shot by Lionel Ainsworth went over.
Danny Denholn fouled by James McFadden, the ref awards a free kick.
Corner taken by Lionel Ainsworth from the left by-line.
Zaine Francis-Angol restarts play with the free kick.
Simon Mensing receives a yellow card for unsporting behaviour.
Simon Mensing concedes a free kick for a foul on John Sutton.
Mark Burchill comes on in place of Andrew Barrowman.
Craig Moore replaces Steven Hammell.
Shot by Simon Ramsden.
Stefan Scougall goes off and Danny Denholn comes on.
Stuart Carswell is cautioned.
Stuart Carswell gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Marc McNulty.
James McFadden slots the ball right footed into the goal. Livingston 0-2 Motherwell.Simon Ramsden provided the assist for the goal.
(Motherwell) makes a substitution, with Adam Cummins coming on for Robert McHugh.
Connor McDonald replaces Keaghan Jacobs.
Gunnar Nielsen restarts play with the free kick.
Jason Talbot sent from the field by the ref for violent conduct.
Jason Talbot concedes a free kick for a foul on Steven Hammell.
The ball is sent over by Callum Fordyce.
Stephen McManus takes the free kick.
Stephen McManus fouled by Andrew Barrowman, the ref awards a free kick.
The ball is swung over by Lionel Ainsworth.
Burton O'Brien restarts play with the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Keaghan Jacobs by Paul Lawson results in a free kick.
Lionel Ainsworth delivers the ball.
Paul Lawson concedes a free kick for a foul on Marc McNulty.
The offside flag is raised against Robert McHugh.
The referee gets the second half underway.
The half-time whistle blows.
Marc McNulty takes a shot and missed to the right of the target.
Lionel Ainsworth sends in a cross.
Andrew Barrowman takes a shot and cleared the bar.
The assistant referee signals for offside against Zaine Francis-Angol.
Stuart Carswell challenges Stefan Scougall unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Header at goal by Simon Ramsden misses left of the target.
Robert McHugh has an effort at goal. Coll Donaldson gets a block in.
Foul by Andrew Barrowman on Stephen McManus, free kick awarded.
Zaine Francis-Angol is caught offside.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Lionel Ainsworth.
Corner taken by Martin Scott from the left by-line.
Free kick taken by Shaun Hutchinson.
Jason Talbot gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Stuart Carswell.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Lionel Ainsworth.
Jason Talbot takes the free kick.
James McFadden challenges Martin Scott unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Marc McNulty challenges James McFadden unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Stefan Scougall restarts play with the free kick.
Paul Lawson challenges Martin Scott unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Robert McHugh scores a headed goal. Livingston 0-1 Motherwell.Assist by Simon Ramsden.
Callum Fordyce restarts play with the free kick.
Foul by Steven Hammell on Stefan Scougall, free kick awarded.
Foul by Andrew Barrowman on Simon Ramsden, free kick awarded.
Shaun Hutchinson challenges Andrew Barrowman unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Robert McHugh has an effort at goal. Darren Jamieson catches the ball.
Corner taken by Stefan Scougall from the right by-line.
The game kicks-off.
Mampuya worry for Livi
Livingston defender Mike Mampuya is a doubtful for the Scottish Communities League Cup visit of Motherwell.
He picked up a knock in the Lions' first league win of the season when they defeated Dumbarton on Saturday and will be monitored ahead of kick-off.
Recently-appointed manager John McGlynn is hoping that his side will take confidence from that success.
He said: "It was great to get that monkey off our backs. It was also a good win to get as we were a goal down and we came back to win it 2-1.
"Motherwell are a good side who I know well from my time at Hearts and I know that we have to play really well to get through."
Motherwell defender Simon Ramsden is determined to start atoning for last season's cup disappointment.
Motherwell fell at the first hurdle of four cup competitions last season, including the Champions League and Europa League.
But it was the domestic tournaments that hurt the most. Motherwell became the first top-flight club to lose to post-liquidation Rangers when they lost at Ibrox in the League Cup, and they also conceded a last-gasp equaliser at Pittodrie before losing to Aberdeen in a Scottish Cup replay.
Ramsden and his team-mates still enjoyed a memorable season as they finished second in the league but the cup heartache still stings ahead of their League Cup third-round clash in West Lothian on Wednesday night.
"It's a very big game for us," the Englishman said. "Last season we let ourselves down in the cup competitions so we are determined to put that right.
"The league side of things was tremendous last season but this is definitely something we want to put right.
"The league is obviously your bread and butter but last season was very disappointing because we felt we should have done a lot better in the cup.
"The manager stressed that (Rangers game) was probably our most disappointing performance of the season. There was a lot of hype around the fixture, it was the first time Rangers played one of the SPL sides.
"The atmosphere was tremendous and whether that got to a few of the players, I'm not too sure. But we definitely want to put that right.
"The quality we have in the team, there is no reason why we can't go far in the competition.
"I have never played in a cup final so to lift that trophy would be tremendous."
Ramsden would surely have thought his chances of winning silverware were enhanced when he left Bradford for Fir Park in the summer of 2012. But he then watched from a distance as the Bantams reached the Capital One Cup final before losing to Swansea.
Ramsden said: "I still stand by the decision to come up here. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time and I love playing for the club.
"But it was a great time for Bradford last year, probably never to be repeated again, a team from the bottom tier getting to the cup final.
"I was very happy for them."
Seeing his friends reach Wembley has made the 31-year-old even more determined to enjoy cup success of his own.
"Even the lads here who got to the (Scottish) cup final a few years back, you speak to them and they talk about the experience," said Ramsden, who has been a regular at right-back this season.
"That's why you are in the game, to be playing in games like that - big stadiums and big crowds. It's something we are very focused on and very motivated for this game to take that on."
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