Raith Rovers v Dundee

Stark’s Park

Friday 6th January 2023

Kick off: 7.45pm

Ticket Information

Tickets are now available for all supporters to purchase for Friday’s home match v Dundee at Stark’s Park.

Raith Rovers supporters will be in the Penman Family (South) and Turnbull Hutton (Main) Stands.

Dundee supporters will be in the North Stand.

Prices for tickets are as follows:

Adult £20
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 (7.45pm on Friday) 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.

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

Match Preview

After starting their year off with a win against Hamilton on Monday, Raith Rovers face a quick turnaround, with  Dundee next up at Stark’s Park on Friday evening.

The two sides go into this one on the back of contrasting results at the start of the week, with a Jamie Gullan goal enough for Rovers to take all three points at New Douglas Park, while Gary Bowyer’s side were surprisingly going down at home to Arbroath.

Dundee had been top of the table going into that one, but despite fighting back from two goals down to restore parity, and playing over half the game with 10 men, they eventually lost 4-2, a result which enabled Queen’s Park to leapfrog them at the top of the table.

However, if Rovers are to come out on top against the Taysiders, they’ll have to do something they’ve failed to do in two previous meetings with Dundee this term, and manage to score.

Dundee were the winners the last time they visited Kirkcaldy in August, when despite a strong Rovers performance, they were unable to comeback from Josh Mulligan’s 13th minute opener which decided the game.

Dundee went one better the last time the two sides met in November, when two goals early in the second period from Zach Robinson eased the Dee to a 2-0 win.

Friday night’s match referee will be Craig Napier.

Head-to-Head Record:

Raith Rovers wins: 35

Dundee wins: 76

Draws: 36

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