Livingston 0 - 2 Dundee Utd

League Cup - Quarter Final
Wednesday, November 13th, 2002, 7:45 PM at Almondvale
Attendance: 3,504
Referee: Mike McCurry
Livingston Dundee Utd

None. Derek Lilley (38)
Derek Lilley (pen.) (73)

Team Managers
Jim Leishman Paul Hegarty

Starting Eleven
Javier Sanchez Broto
David McNamee
Marvin Andrews
Gary Bollan
Cherif Toure Mamam
Lee Makel
Burton O'Brien
Barry Wilson
Eugene Dadi
David Bingham
Paul Gallacher
Jamie McCunnie
Jim Lauchlan
Jim Paterson
David McCracken
Mark Wilson
Charlie Miller
Craig Easton
Steven Thompson
Jim McIntyre
Derek Lilley

David McEwan
Michael Hart
Davide Xausa
Rolando Zarate
Alan Combe
Stuart Duff
Stephen O'Donnell
Allan Smart
Jim Hamilton

Quino for Burton O'Brien (65)
Rolando Zarate for David Bingham (77)
Davide Xausa for Barry Wilson (77)
Stuart Duff for Derek Lilley (62)
Allan Smart for Jim Paterson (66)
Jim Hamilton for Steven Thompson (85)

Eugene Dadi
Lee Makel
Jim Lauchlan
David McCracken

Red Cards
Rubio (73) Allan Smart (74)
Appearances & Goals To Date
Paul Gallacher (GK) 82 apps -
Jamie McCunnie 63 apps -
Jim Lauchlan 82 apps3 goals
Jim Paterson 84 apps5 goals
David McCracken 43 apps1 goal
Mark Wilson 12 apps -
Charlie Miller 85 apps11 goals
Craig Easton 211 apps16 goals
Steven Thompson 157 apps32 goals
Jim McIntyre 37 apps9 goals
Derek Lilley 68 apps17 goals
Stuart Duff (sub) 25 apps -
Jim Hamilton (sub) 73 apps12 goals
Allan Smart (sub) 8 apps -

Starting Lineup
Youngest Player:Mark Wilson (18 years 165 days)
Oldest Player:Jim McIntyre (30 years 180 days)
Average Player Age:24 years 37 days
Domestic Players:11 (100.00 % of starting eleven)

Matchday Squad
Youngest Player:Mark Wilson (18 years 165 days)
Oldest Player:Jim McIntyre (30 years 180 days)
Average Player Age:24 years 116 days
Domestic Players:16 (100.00 % of matchday squad)

First Team Debuts


United qualified for the semi-final of the CIS Insurance Cup in an exciting encounter at The City Stadium against hosts Livingston earlier this evening. Two goals from Derek Lilley did the damage and the Tangerines will now play Celtic in the first week in February.

Manager Paul Hegarty stayed with the eleven that had started the match against Celtic on Sunday.

The first half was a fairly even affair with Livingston having the territorial and possession advantage but rarely troubling Gallacher. Steven Thompson took a heavy knock in the early stages that seemed to affect him for the remainder of his involvement in the match. It took a headed goal by the industrious Derek Lilley to break the deadlock miniutes before half-time and the travelling United support were more than delighted to see their team go in at the interval one goal ahead.

Livingston came out on the attack in search of an equaliser but again, the United defence held firm. United passed up a superb scoring opportunity when Miller sent Thompson through on the keeper but the in form striker failed to convert. In what was to prove a significant substitution midway through the second period, Smart came on for Paterson with McIntyre dropping back and it was in an incident in the Livi penalty box that led to two red cards and a penalty for United. First Rubio was despatched immediately followed by Smart. Then Referee Mike McCurry pointed to the penalty spot and Derek Lilley hit an excellent penalty to put the visiting side two up. Jim Leishman’s side continued to push hard and hit the bar before the end but United won through and now Celtic stand in the way of the Tangerine’s first final slot in this tournament since 1997-98 campaign when they lost to their semi opponents at Ibrox in the final.

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