Team Pd GD Pt
1 Raith Rovers 26 30 57
2 Ayr Utd 25 35 51
3 Arbroath 24 15 41
4 Alloa Athletic 24 8 39
5 Stranraer 26 -9 35
6 Airdrieonians 25 -8 32
7 East Fife 26 -11 30
8 Forfar Athletic 26 -23 24
9 Albion Rovers 24 -11 23
10 Queen's Park 26 -26 21
Updated: 22nd Feb

Match Preview: Ayr United (Away)

Monday November 13th 2017
Ayr United

V

Raith Rovers

Somerset Park

Tuesday 14th November 2017

Kick off: 7.45pm 

Admission Information:

Adults – £16

OAP’s, students and 18-21 year old – £10

Under 18s – £5

Match Preview:

Raith Rovers will look to put their Irn Bru Cup exit behind them this Tuesday, when they travel to Somerset Park, for the rearranged League One fixture with top-of-the-table Ayr United.

Ian McCall’s men are in exceptional form at the moment and are unbeaten since losing to Raith in the previous meeting between the two at the start of September.

Rovers had to come from behind that day after Lawrence Shankland had put the visitors in front, but second half efforts from Lewis Vaughan and Jason Thomson, saw Raith emerge 2-1 winners.

In the seven games since however, the free-scoring Honest Men have won six and drawn one, while taking their goals for tally to 35 in just 12 fixtures, allowing them to overtake Rovers on goal difference.

Raith had a mixed record at Somerset Park last term. Goals from Ross Matthews and Ross Callachan gave them a win on the opening day of the Championship season, but the next fixture in February, saw Rovers lose 1-0, after arriving at the venue without a goalkeeper.

Rovers have the slightly inferior record over the most recent games between the two, with three wins and three draws from their last ten meetings.

Tuesday evening’s match referee will be Barry Cook.

Head-to-Head League Record At Ayr:

Ayr United Wins: 32 | Raith Rovers Wins: 16 | Draws: 22

Ayr United Goals: 89 | Raith Rovers Goals: 72

Current Form:

Ayr United: W-W-D-W-W-W

Raith Rovers:  L-W-W-D-W-L

Top Goal Scorers:

Ayr United: Craig Moore 12 | Lawrence Shankland 9 | Michael Moffat 8

Raith Rovers: Lewis Vaughan 18 | Liam Buchanan 7 | Greig Spence 6

Match Odds:

Ayr United: 6/4 | Raith Rovers: 7/4 | Draw: 5/2

Rovers defeat Rangers 3-1 in a league match at Stark's Park in front of 24000. The Rovers scorers were Harry Colville (pen) Willie Penman and George Brander.
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