The Steelmen start their campaign in this season's tournament at Queen of the South this Saturday

Motherwell FC's Scottish League Cup runs in each season since 2009-2010

Motherwell famously reached the Betfred Cup final under Stephen Robinson in 2017, but how have the Steelmen fared in the Scottish League Cup overall in the last 10 seasons?

With the Steelmen's campaign in this season's tournament starting with a group game at Queen of the South this Saturday, we review how the Fir Park side have performed in every year since 2009-2010.

All the group action starts this Saturday

1. This season's Betfred Cup is on the horizon

All the group action starts this Saturday
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The Steelmen, led by Jim Gannon (pictured) had a 3-2 home win over Inverness in the third round but were thrashed 3-0 by St Mirren in the quarter-finals

2. 2009-2010: Quarter-finals

The Steelmen, led by Jim Gannon (pictured) had a 3-2 home win over Inverness in the third round but were thrashed 3-0 by St Mirren in the quarter-finals
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Current Motherwell assistant boss Keith Lasley scored as the Steelmen lost 2-1 to Rangers in the semis, having won 2-0 at Brechin City and 1-0 at home to Dundee United in the previous two rounds.

3. 2010-2011: Semi-finals

Current Motherwell assistant boss Keith Lasley scored as the Steelmen lost 2-1 to Rangers in the semis, having won 2-0 at Brechin City and 1-0 at home to Dundee United in the previous two rounds.
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Despite goals by Lasley and Michael Higdon (pictured) Motherwell went out 7-6 on penalties to Hibs after a 2-2 Fir Park draw. The Steelmen had won 4-0 at Clyde in the previous round.

4. 2011-2012: Third Round

Despite goals by Lasley and Michael Higdon (pictured) Motherwell went out 7-6 on penalties to Hibs after a 2-2 Fir Park draw. The Steelmen had won 4-0 at Clyde in the previous round.
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