Partick v Raith Rovers

Firhill

Saturday 27th August 2022

Kick off: 3pm

Ticket Information

Tickets are on sale for Rovers supporters right until kick-off (Rovers supporters will be located in Section 8 of the Jackie Husband Stand at Firhill, via turnstiles 40 – 44) 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 Rovers supporters to purchase tickets online in advance as tickets will not be sold on matchday from the ticket booths.

QR codes will be available at the stadium on arrival to facilitate easy purchase of tickets.

 

Supporters Bar – The Aitken Suite

Our friends at Partick Thistle have advised that all Supporters are welcome in the Aitken Suite (in the Colin Weir Main Stand) to watch the early EPL match being broadcast. A bar is available and all are welcome.

 

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:

Raith Rovers will be looking to make it three straight league wins this Saturday afternoon, but to do it, they’ll need to overcome arguably their toughest challenge to date, when they travel to Maryhill to take on Partick Thistle.

Ian McCall’s men currently sit second in the table, one place behind league leaders Ayr United, and just one point ahead of fifth placed Raith.

They go into this one on the back of a hugely impressive 4-1 win over Inverness Caledonian Thistle, in a game where the home side could have won by more.

The Jags are the top scorers in the league with 10 goals, and Rovers will need to be particularly wary of former Raith striker, Brian Graham, who already has five points to his name in all competitions this season.

Rovers too go into this one on the back of some confidence boosting results, following up the 2-1 home win over Morton with a 2-0 away win at Hamilton last weekend.

Goals from Dylan Easton and Jamie Gullan were the difference in a dominant display which pushed Rovers up 4 places in the table.

Rovers will be hoping to replicate the same kind of result they pulled off the last time they visited this venue in April, when a goal in the last minute from Matej Poplatnik saw Rovers edge out the home side.

Saturday’s match referee will be Matthew MacDermid.

Head-To-Head Record:

Partick Thistle Wins: 61

Raith Rovers Wins: 41

Draw: 35

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