Team Pd GD Pt
1 East Fife 6 8 14
2 Raith Rovers 6 8 12
3 Falkirk 6 9 11
4 Airdrieonians 6 -1 10
5 Dumbarton 6 -4 9
6 Clyde 6 1 8
7 Peterhead 6 -3 8
8 Forfar 6 -2 7
9 Stranraer 6 -8 4
10 Montrose 6 -8 1
Updated: 14th Sep

Match Preview: Queen of the South (Away)

Friday May 17th 2019

Queen of the South 

Raith Rovers 

Saturday 18th May 2019

Palmerston Park

Kick off: 4.05pm

 

 

 

 

Ladbrokes Championship Play-Off Final 

Admission Prices:

Adults – £15.00
Concessions – £8.00
Under 16s – £2.00

Adult Accessible – £5.00
Conc. Accessible – £3.00
U16 Accessible – £1.00

Entry will be by ticket only – they should be purchased from one of the ticket kiosks before making your way to the turnstiles. Please ensure you have the correct money to ease pressure on the ticket office.

A number of tickets have been forwarded to us for prior sale and these will be on sale until 3pm on Friday.

Match Preview:

If Raith Rovers are to gain promotion to the Championship, they’re going to have to do it the hard way, after a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Queen of the South in Wednesday evening.

First half goals from Lyndon Dykes and Callum Murray handed Queen’s a massive advantage going into the interval, and Darren Brownlie’s headed third appeared to seal the tie.

However, David McKay’s late goal gives Raith a sliver of a chance heading into the second leg in Dumfries.

You have to go back to 2011 for the last time Raith won by two clear goals at Palmerston Park, when efforts from Brian Graham and John Baird sealed a 3-1 away win.

You have to go back significantly further for the last time Raith won by more than that in Dumfries though, 1987 to be exact, when Rovers won 5-1 in a First Division encounter.

Rovers do have a decent record in this one, with five wins and two draws from the last 10 meetings.

Saturday’s match referee will be David Munro

Head-To-Head-Away-League Record:

Queen of the South Wins: 20 | Raith Rovers Wins: 16 | Draws: 16

Queen of the South Goals: 83 | Raith Rovers Goals: 71

Current Form:

Queen of the South: W-L-L-L-W-W

Raith Rovers: D-W-D-W-D-L

Top Goal Scorers:

Queen of the South: Stephen Dobbie 43 | Lyndon Dykes 10

Raith Rovers: Kevin Nisbet 34 | Liam Buchanan 13 | Lewis Vaughan 9

Match Odds:

Queen of the South: 3/4 | Raith Rovers: 16/5 | Draw: 3/1

Iain Munro is installed as the new Raith Rovers manager replacing the long-serving Tommy McLean.
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