Team Pd GD Pt
1 Falkirk 3 7 7
2 Raith Rovers 3 3 6
3 Forfar 2 3 6
4 Airdrieonians 3 1 6
5 Stranraer 3 0 4
6 Dumbarton 3 -6 3
7 East Fife 2 0 2
8 Peterhead 3 -1 2
9 Montrose 3 -2 1
10 Clyde 3 -5 1
Updated: 17th Aug

Match Preview: Ross County Colts (Away)

Tuesday August 13th 2019

Ross County Colts 

Raith Rovers 

Tuesday 13th August 

The Global Energy Stadium

Kick-off: 7.45pm

The Tunnocks Caramel Wafer Cup

 

Match Preview:

After an encouraging start to their league campaign, Raith Rovers face a long trip north on Tuesday evening, to face the Ross County development squad in the second round of the Tunnocks Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup.

Rovers go into the game on the back of a 5-2 win over Clyde at the weekend, with the goals coming from five different scorers, as John McGlynn’s men easily overcome the Bully Wee at Stark’s Park for the first since 1991.

It was a result which put Rovers top of the league, and while it’s early days, it’s just the second time in 2019 that Raith have won back-to-back league games, a fact which augurs well for the season ahead.

Ross County’s development squad reached this stage of the competition thanks to a 3-2 win at Fraserburgh, a result which was all the more impressive considering they played the entire second period with just 10 men, after Joel Macbeath was dismissed in first half stoppage time.

This will be the second time the two sides have met in this competition in two years, with Rovers running out 4-0 winners in September 2017.

Goals from Liam Buchanan, Bobby Barr and a double from Lewis Vaughan had Raith four up after just half an hour, but they eased off with the job done, allowing the Dingwall youngsters to head back up the road with a semi-respectable score line.

Tuesday night’s match referee will be Graham Beaton

Match Odds:

Ross County: 7/2 | Raith Rovers: 61/100 | Draw: 10/3

Rovers defeat St. Andrews University 15-2 at Stark's Park in the first round of the Fife Cup. John Jarvis scored a record nine goals with others coming from McLaren (2)
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