Raith Rovers v Inverness Caledonian Thistle

Stark’s Park

Saturday 3rd September 2022

Kick off: 3pm

Ticket Information

Tickets are on sale for all supporters right until kick-off 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 all supporters to purchase tickets online in advance to avoid queues building up at the Ticket Office on matchday

 

The Raith Suite

The Raith Suite is being used for Hospitality customers.

 

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 leaving Maryhill empty handed last weekend, Raith Rovers will be looking to bounce back this Saturday, when they take on Inverness Caledonian Thistle at Stark’s Park.

However, it would be an understatement to say that’s been easier said than done over the years, with Rovers failing to beat the Highlanders over 90 minutes in their last 28 attempts.

You have to go all the way back to October 2000 for the last time Rovers were able to get the better of Saturday’s opponents, when goals from Jay Stein and Ivan Mballa saw Rovers win 2-1 up in Inverness.

Billy Dodds men aren’t in the greatest of form and go into this one on a run of three straight defeats, and exited the League Cup in midweek, after a 4-0 loss to Motherwell, thanks to a Kevin Van Veen hat-trick, and an own goal from Danny Devine.

However, they enjoyed a fine return against Rovers last term, with two wins and two draws from the 4 league encounters, with the most recent game in March the most dramatic.

Aidan Connolly and Matej Poplatnik had given Rovers a 2-1 lead, which they held until the 89th minute, despite a red card for Kyle Benedictus. However, two goals in as many minutes from Logan Chalmers at the death, meant the Caley Jags took all three points, while a late Ben Williamson dismissal meant Raith finished the match with nine men.

Rovers are currently sixth in the table, two points outside the playoffs, while Inverness are eighth, just a point behind the Kirkcaldy side.

Head-To-Head Record:

Raith Rovers Wins: 7

Draws: 6

Inverness Wins: 21

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