cinch SPFL Championship
Partick Thistle vs Raith Rovers
Wyre Stadium at Firhill, Glasgow
Tuesday 12th March 2024
Kick off: 7:45pm

Prices for tickets are as follows:

Adult: £22
Concession (Over-65, student, disabled supporter including carer, 16-18 year old): £16
Under-16: £6

Raith Rovers supporters will be situated in the Jackie Husband Stand for this fixture.

Away fans can purchase their ticket online or by calling 0141 579 1971, selecting option 1.

Online ticket sales for Raith Rovers fans will be available right up until kick-off.

There will be no provision available for physical in-person ticket sales for away supporters on matchday.

Additional Information

The advice to all is to arrive early to avoid delays at the turnstiles.
The stadium turnstiles will open at 6:45pm and stewards will be on hand to check tickets and 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

After disposing with Dunfermline for the fifth time in a row on Saturday, Raith Rovers face a quick turnaround this week, when they travel to Firhill to face Partick Thistle on Tuesday evening.

Goals from Sam Stanton and Dylan Easton earned Rovers a 2-0 win against the Pars on Saturday, while Thistle were drawing two each with Queen’s Park at Hampden.

Those results allowed Rovers to move 14 points clear of Partick who sit third in the table, three points clear of fourth placed Morton, with Kris Doolan’s side now winless in their last seven league games.

The flip side, is that they’ve only lost twice in that sequence, with draws, and plenty of goals a recurring theme for the Firhill men in recent weeks.

The Jags last six games have featured 28 goals, and while Thistle are the second top scorers in the league, behind Dundee United, only Arbroath and Ayr United have conceded more.

This is the two sides third meeting this season, with Rovers taking four points from a possible six, in two hugely exciting matches.

Rovers found themselves two down the last time they were here on the opening day of the league season, but late goals from Dylan Easton and Kieran Mitchell earned Rovers a share of the points.

The return match in December was even more exciting, with Rovers two to the good, thanks to efforts from Daniel O’Reilly and Dylan Easton, but three goals in 18 minutes for the visitors meant Rovers found themselves 3-2 down with 20 minutes remaining.

However, two goals in three minutes from Callum Smith and Sam Stanton saw Rovers take all three points from a ding dong battle.

Tuesday night’s match referee will be Euan Anderson.

Head-To-Head Record:

Partick Thistle wins: 70

Raith Rovers wins: 52

Draws: 40

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