Raith Rovers 


Stark’s Park 

Saturday 25th January 2020

Kick-off: 3.00pm 

Admission Information:

Adult – £16 

Parent & Child – £22*

Under 21 / Over 65 / Disabled – £10*

Under 16 – £8* 

*Concession tickets must be purchased from the ticket office before entering the turnstiles.

Montrose fans will be housed in the S.M Electrical Supplies Stand.

Match Preview:

Big games are coming thick and fast for Raith Rovers right now, and this Saturday is no different, as they entertain Montrose.

Stewart Petrie’s side sit fifth in the table, but a win over table-topping Raith would take them just four points behind Raith, with a game in hand, in a League One title race that continues to be too close to call.

After a difficult start to the campaign, with just one point from their opening seven fixtures, Montrose have been in superb form since, with 10 wins and a draw from their last 13 league games, with their only defeats coming against Raith Rovers and Falkirk.

Rovers have taken six points out of six against The Mo’ this term, although the two games could barely have been more different.

The first meeting was back in August, and despite leaving it late, Rovers ran out 3-0 winners, thanks to goals in the last 10 minutes from Kieron Bowie, Jamie Gullan and Boris Melingui.

It was more of a smash and garb win back in November though, when Brad Spencer’s goal made the difference, in a  match where Montrose held the upper hand for the majority of the match.

Rovers have an excellent record in the most recent head-to-heads, with seven wins and two draws from the last 10 encounters.

Saturday’s match referee will be Gavin Ross.

Head-To-Head Home League Record Versus Montrose:

Raith Rovers Wins: 17 | Montrose Wins: 3 | Draws: 7

Raith Rovers Goals: 65 | Montrose Goals: 24

Current Form:

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

Montrose: L-W-W-L-W-W

Top Scorers:

Raith Rovers: Kieron Bowie 8 | Jamie Gullan 7 | Lewis Allan 6

Montrose: Blair Lyons 7 | Graham Webster 7

Match Odds:

Raith Rovers: 17/20 | Montrose: 11/4 | Draw: 13/5

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