Caley Thistle return to league action tomorrow as they travel to East End Park to face Dunfermline at the Caledonian Stadium


Dunfermline Athletic v Inverness CT

Saturday 14th September

Ladbrokes Championship

East End Park, 3pm kick-off

The Manager: John Robertson

“They’ve gone through a big change, they’ve changed the dynamics. They’ve brought couple of senior players in but they’ve brought in a lot of younger players.”

“A lot of players with energy and intensity, they’ve raided the lower leagues. They’ve gone to Raith Rovers and taken Murray and Nisbet, they’ve gone to Stranraer and taken in Turner, they’ve got some good young players themselves, the young lad Todd and Coley, we had a look at him from Norwich.”

“I think they are a bit like us, they’ve had a mixed bag so far. They had a very strong League Cup section and were close to taking Celtic to penalties. They were terrific against Dundee for an hour, they were absolutely on fire but a couple of decisions went against them.”

“Dunfermline are in the position we were in last year, away from home they’re ok but they are struggling at home at the moment.”

“We have to go down there and impress our game on them, get in about them when they’ve got the ball and play and be expansive when we have it. That is what has got us success so far this season and that’s what will be the key for success on Saturday.”

Player Preview: Jamie McCart

“We’re full of confidence especially after a break from the league with us playing in the Cup last week. Following the two good wins against Arbroath and Morton, and a hard fought draw away against Dundee.”

“The team that played against Morton last week was strong and could play in the league. That’s something the gaffer said we didn’t have last year, the strength in depth, so I think that was a big plus for us. Especially the way both results against Morton went for us, the performance was even better.”

Team News

Brad Mckay, Daniel Mackay and Daniel Hoban are back in light training. Mitch Curry is still in Middlesborough but is in light training.

Last League Line-Ups

DAFC (v Arbroath): Scully, Comrie, Ashcroft, Devine, Martin, Beadling (McGill 76′), Paton, Turner, Coley (Cochrane 65′), McCann (Ryan 83′), Nisbet

ICTFC (v Morton): Ridgers, Rooney, Donaldson, McCart, Tremarco, Vincent, Carson, Walsh, Keatings (MacGregor 82′), Doran (Storey 74′), White (Todorov 79′)

Recent Results

Alloa (H) 1-2Morton (H) 3-1
Arbroath (A) 1-0Morton (H) 5-0
Dundee Utd (A) 0-2Dundee (A) 0-0
Celtic (A) 2-1 (AET)Arbroath (H) 2-1
QotS (A) 1-1Dundee Utd (A) 4-1
Dundee (H) 2-2Dundee (A) 1-0

Ticket and Travel

Tickets are available at East End Park on the day of the match

Adult: £20

Concessions – (Over 65s, Under 18s, FT Students, Disabled and Unemployed) : £14

Under 12s: £6


The ICT Supporters Travel Club are running a bus to East End Park

The Bus leaves the Social Club at 10.15am and the Stadium 10.30am

Fares: £20 or under 16s £15

Book through their Facebook page HERE or on 07462218717