Team Pd GD Pt
1 Queen's Park 22 14 40
2 Ayr United 22 17 39
3 Dundee 21 11 38
4 Partick Thistle 22 5 33
5 Inverness CT 22 2 31
6 Morton 21 5 30
7 Raith Rovers 23 -1 30
8 Cove Rangers 22 -17 22
9 Arbroath 23 -15 21
10 Hamilton Academical 22 -21 17
Updated: 28th Jan

Match Preview: Ayr Utd

Friday December 2nd 2022

Ayr United v Raith Rovers

Somerset Park

Saturday 3rd December 2022

Kick off: 3pm

Ticket Information

Tickets are on sale for all supporters right until kick-off online at the “Buy Now” button below – once purchased, tickets can be printed off or scanned from your mobile phone screen at the turnstile scanners to access the stadium: 
We encourage all supporters to purchase tickets online in advance.

 

Match Preview

After Raith Rovers returned to winning ways in the Scottish Cup against Auchinleck Talbot last weekend, they’ll be hoping to get one over another Ayrshire side this Saturday, when they travel to face Ayr United.

The Honest Men are on a great run of seven games unbeaten, with their last defeat coming in October against Dundee, and that sequence sees them top of the Championship, a point clear of second placed Morton.

Rovers on the other hand are now in seventh place, after two straight defeats in the league, although they are one of just three sides to come out on top against Lee Bullen’s men this season, when they last met in September.

Kyle Connell and Sam Stanton gave Rovers a 2-0 half time lead, but they were reined in by Ayr midway through the second period, after goals from Brad Young and Andy Murdoch. However, with both teams pushing for a winner, it was Raith who got it, with a rocket from Scott Brown sealing a 3-2 win.

Rovers have had a poor record at Somerset Park down the years, but they have improved that in recent years, and have lost just once at the ground in their last four visits, with their last win coming in September last year, when goals from Ethon Varian and Dario Zanatta sealed a 2-0 win, in a match which featured three red cards.

Saturday’s match referee will be Kevin Clancy.

 

Head-to-Head Record:

Ayr United wins: 54

Raith Rovers wins: 58

Draws: 50

Willie McLean takes over as Rovers manager for a period of only 12 months in charge
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