cinch SPFL Championship

Raith Rovers vs Ayr United

Stark’s Park, Kirkcaldy
Saturday 6th April 2024
Kick off: 3pm

Prices for tickets are as follows:

Adult: £22
Over-65: £14
Under-21: £13
Under-16: £8
Under-12: FREE with paying Adult

Ticket Purchase Information

Ayr fans will be housed in The Craiglea Timber Stand (North Stand).

Raith Rovers FC encourage all fans to purchase tickets in advance, online via the “Buy Tickets” button above.

The Main Office will be open for ticket purchases on matchday, but will be very busy and all supporters are encouraged to purchase online in advance.

Disabled/Carer tickets can be purchased by calling the ticket office on 01592 263514. The ticket office is open Wednesday – Friday between 10am and 4pm.

RaithTV Live Stream

RaithTV are providing live video coverage of this match for our international subscribers.

Match Preview:

After the disappointment of Tannadice last Saturday, Raith Rovers start a huge seven days this weekend, welcoming Ayr United to Stark’s Park.

That 2-0 loss to Dundee United left Rovers four points behind them, albeit having played a game fewer, and they now play three homes game in a week, as they look to close that gap.

Scott Brown’s Honest Men are first up, and if the other match-ups between the two are any indication, Saturday’s game could be both an exciting one, and a close-run thing.

Raith won 2-1 at Somerset Park in September, with two goals from Dylan Easton ensuring the three points travelled East.

The two sides met as Stark’s Park just before Christmas, and it turned into one of the most thrilling games of the season.

Rovers appeared to be in control at the interval, leading 2-1 against 10 men thanks to goals from Sam Stanton and Lewis Vaughan, but it took a hat-trick from Vaughan just to rescue a point, after Rovers almost contrived to throw the game away in the second period, eventually scraping a 4-4 draw.

The most recent fixture in February was somewhat more straightforward, with goals from Zak Rudden and Vaughan handing Rovers another 2-1 win in Ayrshire.

Ayr’s form has been somewhat inconsistent since new boss Scott Brown took the hot-seat, however, they go into this one on the back of a fine 2-1 win over Airdrie last weekend, while their last four matches away from Somerset Park have seen them take three wins, the best run of recent away form in the league.

Saturday’s match referee will be Lloyd Wilson.

Head-To-Head Record:

Raith Rovers wins: 60

Ayr United wins: 56

Draws: 52

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