Team Pd GD Pt
1 Raith Rovers 24 15 46
2 Falkirk 24 33 45
3 Airdrieonians 25 9 42
4 East Fife 25 6 39
5 Montrose 23 7 38
6 Dumbarton 24 -11 29
7 Peterhead 24 -9 25
8 Clyde 23 -10 25
9 Forfar 24 -17 23
10 Stranraer 24 -23 16
Updated: 18th Feb

Match Preview: Partick Thistle (Away)

Friday February 14th 2020

Partick Thistle 

Raith Rovers

Firhill Stadium

Friday 14th February

Kick-off: 7.45pm

Admission Information:

Adults – £15

Over 65s – £10

Under 16s – £5

Cash gates will be in operation at Firhill Stadium until kick-off.

Raith Rovers fans will be housed in the Jackie Husband Stand, not the Colin Weir Stand as stated on pre-purchased tickets. Entry can be gained through turnstiles 40, 41 and 42. 

Match Preview:

Raith Rovers have an opportunity to reach their fifth cup final on Friday evening when they travel to Firhill to play Partick Thistle in the semi-finals of the Tunnocks Caramel Wafer Cup.

The Maryhill side currently sit bottom of the Championship, two points behind ninth placed Alloa Athletic.

Ian McCall’s side reached the last four with wins over Montrose, Connah’s Quay Nomads and Stenhousemuir, and will be looking to reach their first final since 2013, when they lost on penalties to Queen of the South in the final of the Ramsdens Cup.

The two sides haven’t met since 2013, when they drew 0-0 in a SFL First Division match, and they last met in a cup competition at the quarter final stage of this competition in September 2012, when the Jags won by three goals to nil.

The two teams can’t be separated across their last 10 meetings, with three wins and four draws apiece.

Friday night’s match referee will be Alan Newlands.

Head-To-Head Cup Record Versus Partick Thistle:

Partick Thistle Wins: 5 | Raith Rovers Wins: 8 | Draws: 3

Partick Thistle Goals: 26 | Raith Rovers Goals: 23

Current Form:

Partick Thistle: D-L-L-L-D-L

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

Top Scorers:

Partick Thistle: Kenny Miller 10 | Shea Gordon 7

Raith Rovers: Kieron Bowie 9 | Jamie Gullan 7 | Lewis Allan 6

Match Odds:

Partick Thistle: 1/1 | Raith Rovers: 13/5 | Draw: 13/5

Rovers take on Kirkcaldy Union in the semi-final of the Kirkcaldy Junior Cup. Union were the lessees of Stark's Park at that time. The emotion of the fixture spilled over into the crowd and a pitched battle between rival fans ensued. Officials failed to clear the pitch of battling fans and so Councillor Stark took matters into his own hands and released a young bull from the byre at the North End of the ground and order was restored.
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