Team Pd GD Pt
1 Ayr United 16 12 29
2 Morton 16 8 28
3 Dundee 16 7 28
4 Queen's Park 16 2 27
5 Partick Thistle 16 2 23
6 Inverness CT 16 -1 23
7 Raith Rovers 16 0 22
8 Cove Rangers 16 -3 17
9 Arbroath 16 -12 12
10 Hamilton Academical 16 -15 11
Updated: 19th Nov

Match Preview: Arbroath

Friday January 14th 2022

Raith Rovers v Arbroath

Stark’s Park

Saturday 15th January 2022

Kick off: 3.00pm

Ticket Information (Restrictions Apply)

As we are currently acting under government crowd-restriction rules, we are only able to offer entry to those successful in our season ticket ballot. If you entered, you can check if you were successful here.

No further tickets will be available for sale, so please do not attend Stark’s Park on Saturday unless you were successful in the draw.

RaithTV Live Video

A live video stream of the game will be available on Raith TV here for £14. Season Ticket holders can view this for free (except Under 16s tickets).

Rovers Review

This week’s issue of the matchday programme – “The Rovers Review” has something for everyone:

• John Greer interviews Sam Stanton and Ben Williamson

• Daniela Florez talks to Ian Rankin

• Arbroath have a stroll in the park in 1958….. and much much more!

A  traditional paper copy is available to buy on ebay via Ian Baker at progstalktalk.net and is on sale outside the stadium for £3.

An “electronic” version can be purchased here for £3.

Adult Season Ticket holders can access the programme free in the RaithTV video lounge. Just scroll down to the foot of the page.
Reduced subscriptions for the postal and online versions for the remainder of the season are available in the Club Shop

Match Preview:

After a late goal denied Raith bringing all three points back from Inverness last weekend, they’re back in action at Stark’s Park this Saturday, to face table topping Arbroath.

The Red Lichties have defied all expectations this season, and despite last weekend’s defeat to Ayr United, Dick Campbell’s men still hold a two point advantage over Inverness and Kilmarnock, albeit both of those sides have a game in hand, with Killie having the opportunity to leapfrog Arbroath on Friday evening when they take on Partick Thistle.

The Angus side will be without two forwards who have been such a success this term, with Joel Nouble and Anton Dowds both returning to their parent clubs, but they have brought Jack Hamilton in for another loan spell from Livingston, with the forward already proving a hit during a loan move to Gayfield last term.

This will be the two sides third meeting this season, with Rovers taking four points from the six on offer.

Dylan Tait opened the scoring at Stark’s Park in October, before Ross Matthews doubled the lead just before the interval. Anton Dowds did reduce the arrears in the 94th minute, but it was little more than a consolation as Rovers ran out the winners.

It was a tighter affair last month at Gayfield, with both teams drawing a blank in a 0-0 draw.

Rovers do hold the the upper hand in the most recent meetings, but only just, with three wins and five draws from the last 10 meetings.

Saturday’s match referee will be Steven McLean.

Head-To-Head Home League Record:

Raith Rovers Wins: 22 | Arbroath Wins: | Draws: 10

Raith Rovers Goals: 76 | Arbroath Goals: 44

Recent Form:

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

Top Scorers:

Raith Rovers: Dario Zanatta 9 | Ethan Ross 6

Arbroath: Michael McKenna 12 | Anton Dowds 5 | Joe Nouble 5

Match Odds:

Raith Rovers: 7/5 | Arbroath: 7/4 | Draw: 11/5

Rovers sign youngster Chris Candlish from Lochore Welfare. The defender goes on to make 312 appearances for the club.
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