LIVINGSTON have lowered admission prices for their Scottish Cup third round tie with Glenafton Athletic by £2 following a backlash from supporters.

The Lion's supporters were left bemused after the club confirmed on Monday adult tickets for match against the Junior Cup holders would cost £20. Consessions were £10 and £5 for under 16s.

However, just 24 hours later the club were forced into making the reduction. Consessions and under 16s prices were unaffected.

Glens travel to Almondvale on Saturday, November 18, as they bid to reach the fourth round of the Scottish Cup for the first time.

The most expensive single match ticket at Almondvale is usually £20 and supporters hit out on social media following the announcement.

Richard Boden said on Twitter: "Looks like the club are trying to get a record with their lowest gate for a Scottish Cup tie - no one, or very few people will pay these prices - is the club trying to alienate their own fan base - this was an opportunity to profile the club - supporters are loyal but not stupid!"

William Fegan added: "Baffling fluffster. Totally baffling. It's like charging £60 for a Scotland top and not going to the world cup. Who's going to pay that?"

On their website on Tuesday evening, Livingston said: "We became aware very quickly that our supporters were concerned with the proposed pricing for Saturday’s William Hill Scottish Cup tie with Glenafton Athletic.

"Having listened carefully to these concerns, the following revised admission prices will now apply this weekend."