SPFL cinch Championship
Raith Rovers v Inverness
Saturday 28th January 2023
Kick off: 3pm
Tickets are now available for all supporters to purchase for Saturday’s home match v Inverness at Stark’s Park.
Raith Rovers supporters will be in the Penman Family (South) and Turnbull Hutton (Main) Stands.
Inverness supporters will be in the North Stand.
Prices for tickets are as follows:
Senior Citizen (Over 65) £13
Under 21 £12
Under 16 £8
Under 12 £5
Under 5s FREE
Tickets can be purchased right up until kick-off (3pm on Saturday) online via the “Buy Now” button, and scanned at the turnstiles either from your smartphone screen or by printing off the pdf ticket emailed to you:
We encourage all supporters to purchase tickets online in advance to avoid queues building up at the Ticket Office on matchday.
QR codes are also available at all turnstiles.
Disabled tickets (with carer free of charge subject to eligibility) are priced as per age group above, and can be purchased by calling the Main Ticket Office on 01592 263514
- The advice to all is to arrive early, as a software upgrade to our ticketing software has taken place this week which may result in slight delays at the turnstiles.
- The stadium turnstiles will open at 2pm and stewards will be on hand to check tickets and undertake searches.
- Anyone arriving at the turnstiles intoxicated or in possession of alcohol or pyrotechnics will be refused entry.
- All supporters are reminded that all forms of smoking including Vapes are prohibited.
- SPFL Ground Rules are displayed at all points of entry.
After edging out Linlithgow Rose in the Fourth Round of the Scottish Cup on Tuesday evening, Raith Rovers return to league action this weekend, when they face Inverness Caledonian Thistle at Stark’s Park.
A brace from Jamie Gullan saw Rovers into the next round, where they’ll face a home tie against Motherwell on the second weekend of February.
Saturday’s opponents go into this one in fine fettle, with a 0-0 draw against Queen’s Park last time, following excellent wins over Cove Rangers and Arbroath, 6-1 and 4-1 respectively.
That sequence has helped ease relegation fears around the Caledonian Stadium, after eight league games without a win had seen them slide down the table.
However, in a tight division, they now sit sixth in the table, one place and point better off than Raith, and just three points behind fourth placed Partick Thistle.
Tuesday’s win now makes it eight games without loss for Raith in all competitions, but they’ll need to overturn a horrendous record against Inverness, if they’re to get the three points.
Rovers have now went 30 matches without a win over Inverness in 90 minutes, with this season’s fixtures producing a 2-0 defeat at Stark’s Park in September, and a 1-1 draw in Inverness in November, with Sam Stanton opening the scoring after 13 minutes, only for Robbie Deas to equalise before half time.
Inverness have had some movement in the January window, with George Oakley leaving the club to join Morton, while right midfielder, Jay Henderson has joined on loan from St Mirren.
Saturday’s match referee will be Scott Lambie.
Raith Rovers wins: 5
Inverness Caledonian Thistle wins: 17