Team Pd GD Pt
1 Queen's Park 29 20 54
2 Dundee 29 15 50
3 Ayr United 29 15 46
4 Partick Thistle 29 10 45
5 Morton 29 6 43
6 Raith Rovers 28 2 38
7 Inverness CT 28 -2 36
8 Cove Rangers 29 -28 26
9 Arbroath 28 -16 25
10 Hamilton Academical 28 -22 25
Updated: 21st Mar

Match Preview: Dundee

Friday August 5th 2022

Raith Rovers v Dundee

Stark’s Park

Saturday 6th August 2022

Kick off: 3pm

Ticket Information

Tickets are on sale for home and away supporters right up until kick-off online at the “Buy Now” button – once purchased, tickets can be scanned from your mobile phone screen at the turnstile scanners to access the stadium:

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RaithTV Live Audio

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Match Preview:

Raith Rovers make their home bow in the SPFL Championship this weekend, against a side who are generally tipped as the favourites for the division; Dundee.

However, like the Rovers, the Dens Park side lost their opening match last weekend, and are looking to bounce back under new manager, Gary Bowyer.

The former Blackburn, Blackpool, Bradford and Salford manager took the reigns at Dundee over the summer, and while pre-season results were positive last weekend’s 3-2 defeat to Partick Thistle was very much a set back in a game where they found themselves 3-0 down at one point.

Rovers also started off proceedings with a loss last weekend, after a 2-0 defeat to Cove Rangers at the Balmoral Stadium, and they’ll be hoping for a far better result when Dundee are the visitors to Stark’s Park on Saturday afternoon.

Rovers did win the last time the two clubs faced off in May last year in the second leg of the Premiership promotion playoffs, when a Lewis Vaughan goal handed Rovers the victory, but a 3-0 loss in the first leg meant Dundee advanced in the playoffs, and ultimately gained promotion against a poor Kilmarnock side.

Rovers also won the last time the two sides met in the Championship at Stark’s Park back in January last year, when goals from Kyle Benedictus, Reghan Tumilty and Kai Kennedy cemented a 3-1 win.

Head to Head

Raith Rovers Wins: 35

Dundee Wins: 74

Draws: 36

In front of 48275 at Tynecastle Rovers take on Falkirk in the Scottish Cup semi-final. Falkirk take an early lead through Grierson but Jimmy McEwan and Copland make it 2-1 before half-time. A minute into the second half an Andy Leigh OG levels the scores.
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