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- Group wins for Ayr, Inverness, Kilmarnock, Queen of the South, Rangers, Ross County, St Johnstone, St Mirren, Stirling & Stranraer
- East Fife, Forfar and Morton win penalty shoot-outs
Kilmarnock lead the section on three points after beating Clyde.
Greenock Morton's penalty shoot-out win over Albion Rovers gives them two points, Rovers getting one.
Wins for Ayr United and St Mirren give them three points each with Hamilton Academical and Livingston, respectively, beaten today.
Rangers and Stranraer take three points each after wins over Motherwell and Annan Athletic, respectively.
Queen of the South join Partick Thistle on three points after beating Queen's Park.
Thistle beat Airdrieonians last night.
League Cup holders Ross County join Raith Rovers on three points after beating Montrose.
Raith beat Cove Rangers last night.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle go top of the section on three points after beating Cowdenbeath.
Dundee United picked up two points last night by winning their penalty shoot-out against Arbroath, who have one point.
Three points for St Johnstone, victors over Elgin City, and Stirling Albion, who beat Falkirk.
East Fife and Forfar Athletic take two points each after winning the penalty shoot-outs against their respective opponents, Dundee and Dumbarton, who take a point each.
Albion Rovers 0-0 Greenock Morton (3-4 pens)
East Fife 1-1 Dundee (4-2 pens)
Forfar Athletic 2-2 Dumbarton (5-4 pens)
Albion Rovers 0-0 Greenock Morton
East Fife 1-1 Dundee
Forfar Athletic 2-2 Dumbarton
Annan Athletic 1-2 Stranraer
Ayr United 2-1 Hamilton Academical
Clyde 1-2 Kilmarnock
Cowdenbeath 1-2 Inverness CT
Elgin City 1-3 St Johnstone
Livingston 2-3 St Mirren
Montrose 0-1 Ross County
Motherwell 0-2 Rangers
Queen's Park 0-2 Queen of the South
Stirling Albion 1-0 Falkirk
Louis Longridge pulls one back for Accies.
Forfar down to 10 men as Jamie Bain is sent off for a second yellow card.
Martyn Waghorn sets himself for a shot just outside the Motherwell box and curls the ball in off the left-hand post to double Rangers' lead.
Jamie Watson's strike reduces Clyde's deficit.
Brian Graham's penalty puts the League Cup holders in front against Montrose.
Annan's Przemyslaw Dachnowicz pulls a goal back with a toe poke.
A Barrie McKay shot deflects on to the arm of Ben Heneghan in the Motherwell box but referee Steven McLean allows play to continue.
Motherwell goalkeeper Craig Samson comes off his line and out his box to block a Martyn Waghorn shot. The ball appears to strike his elbow but no free-kick is awarded.
David Clarkson scores again from outside the area to put St Mirren back into the lead.
Marvin Johnson's free-kick into the Rangers box is dangerous and is touched wide by goalkeeper Wes Foderingham under pressure from the Motherwell attack but a goal kick is awarded.
Blair Alston crosses for Steven MacLean, who chests the ball home for Saints' third.
Kevin Smith equalises for the hosts direct from a free-kick.
Gary Warren heads in Greg Tansey's corner to put Inverness back in front.
A header from Frank McKeown doubles the visitors' lead.
Will Boyle heads in Jordan Jones' cross to double Killie's advantage.
Lewis Morgan loops the ball into the net from a tight angle to bring St Mirren level.
Graham Cummins rounds the goalkeeper and slots home after being played in by Chris Millar.
Chris Cadden heads just wide for Motherwell. That was a big chance.
Josh Windass makes an instant impact, driving at the Motherwell defence and the ball eventually falls for Barrie McKay but he shoots over with the goal gaping.
Josh Windass makes his debut for Rangers as a replacement for Jason Holt.
Sixty seconds after coming on for his debut, Dale Carrick scores for Livingston with his first touch.