Hamilton v Raith Rovers

New Douglas Park

Saturday 20th August 2022

Kick off: 3pm

Ticket Information

Tickets are on sale for Rovers supporters right until kick-off (Rovers supporters will be located in the North Stand at NDP) 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 Rovers supporters to purchase tickets online in advance to avoid queues at the stadium turnstiles on matchday.

Supporters Club Bus

The Supporters Club Bus for the match away to Hamilton will leave as follows:

Pinkertons Glenrothes – 12:15pm
Brodick Road Templehall – 12:30pm
Mormon Church – 12:32pm
Novar Bar – 12:40pm
Kinghorn Memorial – 12:45pm
Kirkton Burntisland – 12:50pm
Dalgety Bay Railway Halt – 1pm

Seats are priced at £14 for members and £16 for non members. To book please text 07888 747 883 with your requirements.

RaithTV Live Audio

RRFC Season Ticket holders and RaithTV Season Pass holders are able to listen to live audio commentary of the match at: https://www.raith.tv/

Match Preview:

After pulling off their first win of the season last weekend, Raith Rovers will be hoping to make it two wins in succession this Saturday, when they head to Hamilton to face John Rankin’s Accies.

Rovers 2-1 win over Morton lifted them off the bottom of the table, and while Hamilton are level on points with the Kirkcaldy club, they’re two places above them in the table, thanks to a better goal difference.

The South Lanarkshire club are yet to taste defeat this term, but they’re also yet to win a game, after draws against Morton, Partick Thistle and Ayr United.

Rovers do now have one win to their name, after goals from Liam Dick and Aidan Connolly were enough to see off the Cappielow club.

Raith had a good record against Accies last term, with two wins and two draws from the four fixtures, although that only tells part 0f the picture.

The opening day saw Rovers four up after 65 minutes, after goals from Dario Zanatta, Aidan Connolly and a brace from Lewis Vaughan, but a late capitulation saw Hamilton incredibly snatch a point.

Rovers kicked off from that disappointment though, and the last meeting went all Raith’s way, with two goals from Ben Williamson sealing a 2-0 away win in April.

Head-To-Head Record:

Hamilton Wins: 60

Raith Rovers Wins: 60

Draws: 34

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