Dundee 0
St Johnstone 2
League Cup (Premier Sports Quarter Final)


Dundee
0 - 2
St Johnstone 

League Cup (Premier Sports Quarter Final)
Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021
Kilmac Stadium
Attendance: 4,707
7:45 PM Kick-off

Goalscorers
None. Shaun Rooney (70)
Ali Crawford (84)

Team Managers
James McPake
Callum Davidson

Starting Eleven
1. Adam Legzdins
3. Jordan Marshall
2. Cammy Kerr
4. Liam Fontaine
14. Lee Ashcroft
6. Jordan McGhee
8. Shaun Byrne
10. Paul McGowan
24. Max Anderson
18. Paul McMullan
29. Leigh Griffiths
Zander Clark .1
James Brown .2
Jamie McCart .4
Efe Ambrose .25
Shaun Rooney .19
Ali Crawford .21
David Wotherspoon .10
Liam Craig .26
Callum Booth .24
Glenn Middleton .14
Chris Kane .9

Bench
21. Ian Lawlor
30. Harrison Sharp
16. Christie Elliott
27. Corey Panter
19. Finlay Robertson
23. Cillian Sheridan
17. Luke McCowan
7. Alex Jakubiak
Elliot Parish .13
Lars Dendoncker .5
Reece Devine .3
Charlie Gilmour .15
Cammy Ballantyne .23
Michael O'Halloran .11
Eetu Vertainen .17
Callum Hendry .22
Stevie May .7

Substitutions
Cillian Sheridan for Jordan McGhee (75)
Luke McCowan for Max Anderson (81)
Michael O'Halloran for James Brown (45)
Stevie May for Glenn Middleton (65)
Charlie Gilmour for Ali Crawford (91)
Callum Hendry for Chris Kane (91)

Cautions
None. Ali Crawford (46)
David Wotherspoon (72)

Red Cards
None. None.
Match Officials

Steve McLean (Referee)
Ross Macleod & Craig Ferguson (Assistants)
Euan Anderson (Fourth Official)



Match Report


This match has no report.



Squad Statistics (as at September 22nd, 2021)


2021-22 All Time
Age
Adam Legzdins (GK)34 11 - 27 -
Jordan Marshall24 8 - 631
Jordan McGhee25 10 - 627
Lee Ashcroft28 111448
Liam Fontaine35 8 - 324
Cammy Kerr25 6 - 1874
Max Anderson20 9 - 364
Paul McGowan33 10226220
Shaun Byrne28 9 - 70 -
Leigh Griffiths22 3 - 6533
Paul McMullan25 102302
Cillian Sheridan (sub)32 5 - 5 -
Luke McCowan (sub)23 8181






League Table (as at September 22nd, 2021)


No league table has been added for this season.


Manager's Programme Notes


Good evening and welcome to Dens for tonight's Premier Sports Cup Quarter Final against St. Johnstone.

I'd like to start be welcoming Callum and his backroom staff along to the Kilmac Stadium for tonight's match.

We come into the match determined to get a result on the back of Sunday's match at Tannadice. We feel our play and chances created deserved so much more and it was a tough one to take.

We were well in the game and had enough chances to win two games, which is really frustrating.

We do not believe we should have lost that game. But we have and we need to move on. Tonight's match gives us the opportunity to do just that.

It's a massive game for the club this evening as we try and get back to Hampden for a Semi Final for the first time in 15 years.

That would help us move on from Sunday and get us back on track for other big games we have coming up.

We have power at the top end of the pitch to hurt teams, the performances have been good. We need to keep believing in what we are doing.

Performances have been good and it will need to be again tonight as we face a St. Johnstone side who have had so much joy in the cup competitions over the past 12 months.

I love the night games at Dens and know we will have another big crowd tonight roaring us on as we try and get that return to Hampden.