Ayr United v Inverness CT
Saturday 25 January 2020
The Manager: John Robertson
“We had a good win against Ayr in December, we played very well but they’ve picked up again. Mark [Kerr] is starting to settle down, he’s got a squad there that got a very good result last week as they beat Ross County in the Cup.”
“For them, knocking out a Premiership side, they’ll be delighted with that. That shows you the danger they possess, they are not where they are in the league for no reason. They have talented players up front, a very good midfield and a solid defence.”
“We’ve got to go down there and do what we’ve done at Dens Park and Alloa, that’s go down there and be very busy and very proactive with the ball and when we lose it make sure we’re nice and solid. The key to our success all season is our solidity at the back.”
“You look at the fact Mark Ridgers has the most clean sheets in all the divisions in Scotland, that’s something he’s very proud of and something that the defence is very proud of and so they should be because we’ve done very well in that respect.”
“We just keep going into each game and if we can win with a clean sheet then it is a bonus. If we concede and we win then it’s a win and all we’re concerned about is putting as many wins on the board as we can.”
Lewis Toshney is available for selection after missing last weekend’s match due to being cup-tied.
|W Alloa (A) 2-3||W Ross County (H) 1-0|
|W Dundee (A) 0-2||W Dunfermline Ath (A) 0-1|
|L Arbroath (H) 0-1||L Queen of the South (H) 1-2|
|W Dunfermline (H) 2-0||L Dundee Utd (A) 4-0|
|L Partick Thistle (A) 3-1||D Arbroath (H) 1-1|
|W Ayr United (H) 2-0||L ICTFC (A) 2-0|
ICTFC (v Alloa): Ridgers, Rooney, Mckay, McHattie, Tremarco, Trafford (Carson 90′), Vincent, Doran, Keatings (MacGregor 83′), Storey (Walsh 57′), White.
Ayr Utd (v Ross County): Doohan, Houston, Muirhead, Bell, Harvie, Kerr, Docherty, Kelly, Moffat (Roscoe 62′), Forrest (McCowan 83′), Drinan (Doolan 86′)
Adult – £18
Concessions – £12 (Over 65’s / Students / 18 – 21 / Wheelchair Users / Certified Ambulant)
U18’s – £6
Away supporters can now buy tickets online ahead of matches at Somerset Park.
Supporters will receive an e-ticket on completion of their order which they will show on arrival at the Turnstile.
The Turnstile Operator will scan the barcode via a hand-held scanner to allow admittance to the stadium.
Ayr Utd will make available some limited provision for away supporters to buy tickets at the ground on Match day, but it will be cash only and to avoid queues, Ayr strongly advise buying tickets in advance before arriving at the stadium.
There is no cash gates available at Somerset Park. Tickets must be bought before going to the Turnstile. Tickets can be bought either online or on match day, they can be bought from the Lottery Office.
Each ticket has its own unique barcode and once scanned in it will not allow admittance again.
Please click the link to purchase your tickets – https://tickets.ayrunitedfc.co.uk/package_link/221/INVCTA
Away supporters will be accommodated in the West Enclosure and the West Stand.
Enter through the following turnstiles:
West Enclosure – Turnstiles 9 & 10
West Stand – Turnstile 9 & 10
For more information about your visit to Somerset Park, please click here – https://ayrunitedfc.co.uk/match-day-away-support/
ICT SUPPORTERS TRAVEL CLUB
The ICT Supporters Travel Club are running a bus to this game.
The bus leaves the Caley Club at 8.45am and the Stadium 9.00am
Fares: £20 or under 16s £15
Book through their Facebook page HERE or on 07462218717