It’s Second against Third in the Ladbrokes Championship this weekend as the Caley Thistle face Ayr United.
Inverness CT v Ayr United
Saturday 7th December 2019, 3pm kick-off.
The Manager: John Robertson
“It’s the old cliche, they are all big games but of course they are. The fact that it’s second against third and there’s only a couple of points between us then obviously it makes it even bigger.”
“I’m sure Ayr will be wanting to win the game and leapfrog back into second and we obviously want to create a little gap. We’re building up nicely, we’ve had three clean sheets, three wins and we want that to continue, especially at home.”
“We know what we have to do to see us through until the end of the year, we know what’s required and if the players play as they have been in the last three weeks then we’ve got every opportunity.”
John Robertson said: “Tom Walsh and Sean Welsh are still out. Everyone else should be fit for action.”
|W Alloa (A) 1-0||L Dunfermline (H) 0-1|
|W Dundee (H) 1-0||L QotS (A) 3-1|
|W Clyde (H) 0-0 (4-2 on Pens)||W Partick Thistle (H) 4-1|
|L Arbroath (A) 0-3||W Morton (A) 2-3|
|L Dundee Utd (H) 0-3||L Dundee (H) 1-2|
|W QotS (A) 0-2||L Dunfermline (A) 3-2|
ICTFC (V Alloa): Ridgers, Rooney, Donaldson, McCart (McHattie 76’), Tremarco, Trafford, Carson, Doran, Storey (Curry 72’), Keatings (MacGregor 72’), White
Ayr Utd (V Dunfermline): Doohan, Houston, Muirhead, Roscoe, Harvie, Geggan, Docherty, Kelly, Moffat (McGuffie 77′), Moore, Forrest (McKenzie 69′)
ICTFC Wins: 17, Draws: 12, Ayr Utd: 7
|League Match Ticket Prices||Adult||Senior Citizen||16-25||Under 16|
Tickets available from the Club Shop, over the phone on 01463 222880 and online from https://ictfc.tickethour.co.uk
SPORTS BAR OPEN FROM 1PM
The clubs Sports Bar will be open for the sale of alcohol from 1.00pm with the doors closing at 2.30pm when last orders are called.
There will be a 15 minute drinking up period for those still in the bar and all personnel have to clear the bar by 2.45pm.
Once the area has been cleared of those drinking up the Sports Bar will be deemed a Food enclosure and access from the Main Stand will be available for food and toilet services.
When the Sports Bar is operating as an area where alcohol is served there can be no direct access from the Main Stand for Food and Toilet services and the facilities in the North Enclosure should be used.