Well, three games ended 7-0 and two went to penalties. Hopefully the fans were entertained. We'll be back tomorrow for Dundee United's match against Dunfermline, where the winner will go through to the last 16. Indeed, a draw will be enough for United. The draw for the last 16 follows the Sunday action. Have a great evening.
- Rangers, Peterhead, St Johnstone, ICT, Alloa, Partick, Hamilton and Morton through as group winners.
- Motherwell, QoS and Ayr through as best runners-up, plus Dunfermline or Dundee Utd.
Kilmarnock manager Lee Clark: "We've huffed and puffed. We have lots of work to do and we have to dust ourselves down. Players select themselves and they deselect themselves. We are still very confident and we still believe in one another."
Peterhead manager Jim McInally: "We had three penalty kicks to win that and we missed them. It must have been a terrific game for a neutral to watch. We looked out on our feet but we never gave in, we went at it again and up until the last 5-10 minutes I thought we played well. I knew we had two ways of doing this today - win the game or win on penalties. I think two of our penalties are away down to Alexandria by now! The format gets you up to speed, that's for sure. I think it's £26,000-£30,000 we get now. It's been a terrific start."
So there we have it. Rangers, Peterhead, St Johnstone, Inverness CT, Alloa, Partick Thistle, Hamilton and Morton go through as group winners.
Motherwell, Queen of the South and Ayr United go through as the best runners-up, plus either Dunfermline or Dundee United from Group C. They play tomorrow.
Alloa, Partick Thistle, Rangers and Morton will be seeded in the draw for the last 16 along with the four European representatives who are joining the competition - Celtic, Aberdeen, Hearts and Hibernian.
Dundee manager Paul Hartley: "It's going to be a tough league this year. All the preparation begins for Ross County. It's a tough away game. We want to push for the top six but it's not going to be easy. I've got a good group and I think we're entertaining to watch. Greg Stewart is such a terrific player for us. If we've got him at the end of the transfer window, terrific. Bigger clubs are going to come and watch your players."
Dumbarton 3-3 Peterhead (Peterhead win on penalties)
Dundee 7-0 Forfar Athletic
Falkirk 2-0 Brechin City
St Johnstone 4-0 Stirling Albion
Dundee United v Dunfermline Athletic (playing Sunday)
Inverness Caledonian Thistle 7-0 Arbroath
Raith Rovers 0-1 Alloa Athletic
Ross County 7-0 Cove Rangers
Queen of the South 1-0 Stenhousemuir
Partick Thistle 2-0 Queen's Park
East Stirlingshire 0-2 Annan Athletic
Stranraer 0-3 Motherwell
Hamilton Academical 2-1 Livingston
St Mirren 3-0 Edinburgh City
Greenock Morton 2-0 Berwick Rangers
Kilmarnock 0-0 Albion Rovers (Albion Rovers win on penalties)
Nicky Riley scores the decisive penalty for the Blue Toon and they go through as Group A winners, leap-frogging East Fife.
Dear oh dear! The Blue Toon have blown two chances to win the sudden-death penalty shoot-out and top the group...and go through.
Dumbarton and Peterhead are now into sudden death in their penalty shoot-out after drawing 3-3 in their match. Peterhead can go through if they win. Drama!
Two minutes into injury time, David Wotherspoon adds some gloss to St Johnstone's win over the Binos.
Brian Graham heads home the Staggies' seventh of the day and in doing so makes it a hat-trick.
Gary Warren beats two men and crosses for Carl Tremarco who backheels the ball into the Arbroath net.
Good grief! Yordi Teijsse heads in a seventh goal for Dundee! They won't, however, be going through.
Scott McDonald seals the win for the Steelmen.
Marvin Johnson looks to have made the points and second place secure for Mark McGhee's men.
Craig Curran taps into an empty net for his second of the day.
Rangers pull a goal back in their friendly at Ibrox.
The Jags' incessant pressure pays off as Liam Lindsay nods in their second against the Spiders.
Scott Boden slots home with his left foot to secure his hat-trick. What a thumping this is for the Red Lichties.