SPFL cinch Championship

Morton v Raith Rovers

Cappielow Park, Greenock

Saturday 22nd April 2023

Kick off: 3pm

 

Greenock Morton FC strongly encourage supporters to purchase tickets online from the “Buy Now” button below. Tickets are also available to purchase on matchday from the Sinclair Street ticket office from 12pm right until kick-off.

Stewards will be undertaking spot-checks to ensure the correct tickets for your age group have been purchased:

Rovers fans will be housed in sections F&G of the Main Stand and will enter via the Sinclair Street turnstiles.

Prices are as follows:

Adult £22
Concession (over 65s, 18-20 year olds) £16
12 – 17 year olds £17
Under 12 £3

 

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 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

Raith Rovers head to Greenock this weekend, and while the home side still have faint hopes of finishing in the top four positions, the visitors only have pride to play for.

Raith’s draw with Arbroath last weekend ended a sequence of three straight defeats, while Morton were also recording their own draw against Dundee, although after seeing a 3-1 lead eventually slip to a 3-3 draw, it very much felt like a loss for Dougie Imrie and his side.

Like Rovers, wins have been hard to find for Morton in recent weeks, with just one win in eight games putting to bed any chance of a title push, and making the chance of reaching the end of season playoffs looking less and less likely.

This will be the teams fifth meeting this term, with the previous meetings suggesting this could be a close affair.

Rovers come out on top in August, with goals from Liam Dick and Aidan Connolly securing a 2-1 win, but it was a different story in October, when an injury time penalty from Grant Gillespie was enough for Morton to grab a 1-0 win.

A penalty shoot out win in December following a 1-1 draw eased Rovers into the Challenge Cup semi finals, and it was another draw at Stark’s Park just before Christmas, with Rovers squandering a two goal lead to draw two each.

Saturday’s match referee will be Dan McFarlane

Head-To-Head Record

Morton wins: 66

Raith Rovers wins: 57

Draws: 37

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