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Hibs and Bonnyrigg away. Grangemouth and Hamilton don't appeal for away days. I'm sure VT and Dunning will have suggestions for things I can do instead of going to watch Morton play Falkirk away...

Good chance to get through the group stage as well against the usual seaside league fodder.

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Hopefully they don't follow the formula of deciding which teams are home and away as previous years. Mix it up a bit.

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3 minutes ago, Dunning1874 said:

Being at home to Bonnyrigg would be an absolute travesty. An away game there is the only appealing thing about this group.

Either Hibs at ER or a decent crowd of them heading down to Cappielow will make for a good time. It's not Motherwell for the 17th time in a row, let's put it that way. 

1 hour ago, latapythelegend said:

Hibs and Bonnyrigg away please. 

Trips to the west are depressing.

Whereas trips to the Belarus-level hellscape that is Grangemouth are livened by the sheer comedy on display. 

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1 minute ago, latapythelegend said:

Bonnyrigg will be happy getting the 2 big ones at home.

Glad I can tick Bonnyrigg off the list.

They'll be happy for the potential six points against bottom half League One sides

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Was expecting Hibs away to be 16th July the date I can't make so pleased that it's not. 

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Good to see that at least one of the plucky, seaside league permaddidy outfits in the group are already creaming themselves about this competition:

https://www.falkirkherald.co.uk/sport/football/in-pictures-falkirks-last-nine-games-against-morton-3719462

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Honours have been almost even 

Erm yes, almost even. If you exclude the fact that Falkirk were de facto relegated on their own midden - never to return - by the most recent of those nine games.

Which strikes me as a rather significant weight to put on the scales. 

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Good to see that at least one of the plucky, seaside league permaddidy outfits in the group are already creaming themselves about this competition:
https://www.falkirkherald.co.uk/sport/football/in-pictures-falkirks-last-nine-games-against-morton-3719462
3a7.jpg.32b6ce3b005f17b051f35229a549b0e5.jpg
Honours have been almost even 
Erm yes, almost even. If you exclude the fact that Falkirk were de facto relegated on their own midden - never to return - by the most recent of those nine games.
Which strikes me as a rather significant weight to put on the scales. 
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You are a very sad person are you not?
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