Team Pd GD Pt
1 Hearts 24 32 50
2 Raith Rovers 23 12 37
3 Dundee 23 6 37
4 Inverness CT 24 8 34
5 Dunfermline 23 2 32
6 Queen of the South 23 -8 31
7 Ayr United 24 -2 27
8 Arbroath 24 -9 26
9 Greenock Morton 24 -11 26
10 Alloa Athletic 24 -30 18
Updated: 10th Apr

Match Preview: Livingston (Away)

Friday April 2nd 2021

Livingston 

Raith Rovers 

Saturday 3rd April 2021

Tony Macaroni Arena

Kick off: 3.00pm

 

 

 

 

 

Scottish Cup Round 3

The match can be streamed live on LFC Live here for £15. 

Match Preview:

Raith Rovers will put league business to the side this weekend, when they travel to Livingston to play the Premiership side in the third round of the Scottish Cup.

Rovers go into the game on the back of one of their best performances in years, after a 5-1 win over local rivals Dunfermline in midweek.

A goal from Regan Hendry and braces from Lewis Vaughan and Jamie Gullan handed Raith their biggest victory over the Pars since 1983, and the win kept Rovers in second place in the table, with just five games remaining.

Their opponents on Saturday have enjoyed another fantastic season, reaching the League Cup final as well as securing top six football once again.

It’ll be the second time they’ve met each other in this competition in two seasons, with Livi coming out on top by three goals to one.

It hadn’t looked like that would be the case going into the final stages however.

Raith led by a goal to nil with just 13 minutes remaining thanks to a goal from John Baird, but two goals in as many minutes, from Lyndon Dykes and Steve Lawless turned the game on its head, and a goal in the final few seconds from Lawless sealed the win for the home team.

It’s just under five years since Rovers last win over Livi, when an Aidan Connolly goal was enough to seal a 1-0 win in the Championship.

The head to head record couldn’t be more even in recent times, with five wins apiece from the last 10 meetings.

Saturday’s match referee will be Bobby Madden

 

Head-To-Head Cup Record:

Livingston Wins: 3

Raith Rovers Wins: 0

Draws: 1

Livingston Goals: 3

Raith Rovers Goals: 8

Current Form:

Livingston: D-L-L-L-W-L

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

Top Scorers:

Livingston: Alan Forrest 11, Scott Pittman 6

Raith Rovers: Manny Duku 10, Daniel Armstrong 4, Jamie Gullan 4, Regan Hendry 4

Match Odds:

Livingston: 1/2

Raith Rovers: 19/4

Draw: 7/2

Rovers legend Ronnie Coyle loses his brave battle with leukemia and dies at the age of 46.
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