Raith Rovers 


Stark’s Park 

Saturday 9th January 2016

Kick off: 3.00pm 

William Hill Scottish Cup R4

Admission Information: 


 This is an all ticket fixture with tickets still available for sale at the main ticket office. Prices are £18 for adults and £9 for under 16 and over 65. There are no other concession tickets available. Season tickets are NOT valid for this fixture. The ticket office will be open from 11am and supporters are advised to arrive early to avoid queues.


The McDermid Stand is sold out, however there are a limited number of tickets still available at Easter Road and Stark’s Park for the Key-Tech Stand. No tickets will be sold to away fans for the home stands. Any remaining tickets will be made available at the ticket pod to the rear of the McDermid Stand but please be advised numbers are limited. The ticket pod will open at 1.30pm.

Match Preview:

Raith Rovers will be in action at Stark’s Park for the first time since November this weekend, when they welcome Hibernian for a Scottish Cup fourth round tie.

It’ll be the second consecutive weekend that the two teams have faced each other, after the Leith side won 1-0 last Saturday, thanks to a Jason Cummings goal at the start of the second period. The win kept Hibs just three points behind league leaders Rangers, and meant that Alan Stubbs men have now just lost once in their last 16 league fixtures. Despite the defeat, Ray McKinnon’s side remain inside the play-off spots, two points ahead of Queen of the South, and having played a game less.

This will be the fourth time that Rovers have faced Hibs this season, and so far, they’ve lost on each occasion. In August, James Keatings and Jason Cummings were on target as Hibs won by two goals to nil, while in October, a rousing second half showing from Rovers wasn’t enough, as they lost their 100% home record, losing 2-1, after Jon Daly replied to first-half strikes from John McGinn and Cummings again.

Despite Rovers record against the capital club this term, Rovers can take some solace from an impressive Scottish Cup record against Hibs. Since 1896, the two teams have met in this competition on 14 occasions, and to date, Rovers have lost only three times. The last time the two were paired together was in 2014, with Grant Anderson memorably grabbing a winner in a five-goal-thriller. Before that, the previous meeting was in 1998, with Raith again putting themselves into the next round, after a 2-1 win at Easter Road, thanks to two goals from John Millar.

Saturday’s match referee will be Willie Collum.

Head-To-Head Cup Record Versus Hibernian:

Raith Rovers Wins: 6 | Hibernian Wins: 9 | Draws: 6

Raith Rovers Goals: 27 | Hibernian Goals: 37

Current Form:

Raith Rovers: D-D-W-D-W-L

Hibernian: W-W-D-W-L-W

Top Goalscorers:

Raith Rovers: Mark Stewart 6 | James Craigen 4 | Kyle Benedictus 3 | Grant Anderson 3

Hibernian: Jason Cummings 16 | James Keatings 7 | Dominique Malonga 5

Match Odds:

Raith Rovers: 6/1 | Hibernian: 8/15 | Draw: 16/5

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