cinch SPFL Championship
Greenock Morton vs Raith Rovers
Cappielow Park, Greenock
Saturday 27th April 2024
Kick off: 3pm

Ticket Prices:

Adult – £22
Concession (Over-65, Students, Disabled)* – £16
16-21 y/o – £16
12-15 y/o – £5
Under-12** – £5 (with paying adult)
Carer – FREE

*Please note, proof of entitlement must be provided to purchase concession tickets.
**Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Raith Rovers fans will now be housed in the Allan McGraw Main Stand. If demand for tickets increases, the Wee Dublin End will also be open. Regardless, all away supporters will enter through the Wee Dublin End turnstiles.

Tickets are available to purchase online via Fanbase. Please be aware that all away ticket sales are online only.

QR codes will also be placed outside the stadium that can be scanned to purchase tickets on Fanbase.

Disabled/Ambulant Supporters:

Morton have 9 wheelchair bays and carer tickets available for this fixture. Wheelchair users and ambulant supporters will be expected to pay the relevant admission price and will receive a complimentary carer with their purchase. Please note, carer tickets are not available to purchase online and anyone wishing to purchase a carer ticket must contact Morton directly.

Additional Information:

The advice to all is to arrive early to avoid 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.

Match Preview:

It’s the penultimate league match of the season this weekend, and Rovers are once again on their travels, as they head to Cappielow to take on Dougie Imrie’s Greenock Morton side. 

Rovers will be looking to build on a fine result from last weekend, when they won 1-0 at Inverness, although the result was reliant on an excellent performance from goalkeeper, Kevin Dabrowski, who pulled off a series of fine stops, as he notched up his 13th clean sheet in all competitions this season. 

With the playoff spots from the Championship now all locked in, Rovers know they’ll be playing the winners of the quarter final between Partick Thistle and Airdrie. 

Saturday’s opponents, Morton were looking good for a playoff spot themselves, after a brilliant unbeaten run of 16 matches, which stretched from November until the end of February. 

However, last weekend’s win over Arbroath was just the side’s second in 11 outings, ruling them out of contention for the top four spots. 

Rovers have a good record against The Ton this campaign, taking seven points out of a possible nine from the three meetings so far. 

Rovers won by the odd goal in five at Stark’s Park in August, racing into a two goal lead in the opening quarter of an hour, thanks to Jack Hamilton and Lewis Vaughan. However, Morton equalised through the two Robbie’s, Muirhead and Crawford, although a goal from Callum Smith saw Raith eventually win 3-2 in a ding-dong affair. 

Rovers came out on top by a single goal in the next meeting too in October, thanks to a brace from Aidan Connnolly in a 2-1 win at Cappielow, but there were no goals in a low key meeting between the two when they last met in February. 

Saturday’s match referee will be Colin Steven. 

Head-To-Head Record:

Morton wins: 67

Raith Rovers wins: 59

Draws: 38

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