Team Pd GD Pt
1 Raith Rovers 10 10 20
2 East Fife 10 9 20
3 Falkirk 10 16 19
4 Dumbarton 10 -3 14
5 Airdrieonians 10 -3 14
6 Clyde 10 0 13
7 Forfar 10 -4 10
8 Montrose 10 -5 10
9 Peterhead 10 -9 9
10 Stranraer 10 -11 7
Updated: 19th Oct

Match Preview: Glenavon (Home)

Friday October 11th 2019

Raith Rovers 


Stark’s Park 

Saturday 12th October 2019 

Kick-off: 3.00pm 





Admission Prices: 

Adults – £10 

Under 21’s / Over 65’s / Disabled – £8*

Under 12’s – £6*

*Concession tickets must be purchased from the ticket office before entering the turnstiles.

Glenavon fans will be housed in the Turnbull Hutton Stand

Match Preview: 

Raith Rovers can put league duty aside this weekend, as they welcome Northern Irish Premiership side Glenavon to Stark’s Park in the Fourth Round of the Tunnocks Caramel Wafer Cup.

The Lurgan Blues have been out of sorts of late, conceding 13 goals in their last two league outings, leaving them fourth bottom of the table, with just two wins in nine Premiership fixtures.

Gary Hamilton’s side reached this stage of the competition after a comfortable win in the Highlands, with a 3-0 win against Formantine United.

Raith also started their Challenge Cup campaign with a trip up north, as they kicked things off with a 3-2 win against Ross County’s under-20’s back in August, thanks to goals from Ross Matthews and a brace from Lewis Allan.

That then presented them with a Third Round round tie against Falkirk, which Raith navigated safely, thanks to two penalties from Regan Hendry in a 2-0 victory at Stark’s Park.

Saturday’s match referee will be Bryn Markham Jones.

Current Form:

Raith Rovers: L-W-W-W-W-D | Glenavon: L-W-L-W-L-L

Top Scorers:

Raith Rovers: Michael Miller 6 |  Lewis Allan 5 | Grant Anderson 4

Glenavon: Rhys Marshall 4 | Conor McCloskey 3 | Andrew Mitchell 3

Cammy Fraser who had retired from playing through injury at the end of the previous season signs for Rovers. The former Hearts and Dundee midfield player had been released by Rangers
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