Dunfermline Athletic v Inverness CT

cinch Championship

Saturday 18th September 2021

3pm kick-off

East End Park

Preview: Billy Dodds

“I watched Dunfermline’s game against Ayr United and I thought they were unlucky, they had chances in the game.”

“Ayr Utd scored when they were up the park and they made mistakes for the goals. I listened to Peter Grant after the match he said that they created chances, missed them and got punished for the mistakes. That’s exactly what I saw, this is a dangerous game for us.”

“They are one of the sides that were tipped to be up there after reaching the play-offs last season and I think they’ll still be there but they need to get a run on to get back in it. They are one of the teams that were gauging ourselves on, even though they haven’t started the season well they are a good side.”

“We have got to be at it. Even though we’re currently top and they’re currently bottom, anyone can beat anyone in this Championship.”


Head Coach Billy Dodds said: “Michael Gardyne is still touch and go. We’ll see how he is.”

“We’ve got one other niggle but apart from that we’ve got a good squad that’s ready to go and I’m hoping everyone else will be fit and ready to go.”


ICTFCDunfermline Athletic
Partick Thistle (H) 3-1L Ayr Utd (A) 1-3
Buckie Thistle (H) 4-0L Arbroath (H) 0-3
Kilmarnock (A) 1-0L Rangers (A) 0-5
Ayr Utd (H) 1-0L Partick Thistle (A) 0-3

Tickets are now available to purchase for away fans in advance of the match at East End Park on Saturday 18th September 2021, via

Away fans will be housed in the North East Stand, access via turnstiles 16 and 18. There will be a cash gate available on the day of the match but we strongly advise supporters to purchase in advance.

Tickets are priced at:

Adults £20

Concessions £14

Under 12s £6

Concessions are – Over 65s, Under 18s, Disabled, unemployed and full time students. Please bring proof of concession with you on the day as you may be asked for this on arrival.

Any Disabled supporters with special requirements or require assistance should contact Dunfermline in advance of the match to make them aware

Masks are required for entry and when going to the food kiosk and toilets but won’t be required when on the seating deck.


Supporters should also be aware No Car Parking at the stadium on Saturday. Nearest parking is at Leys Park Road.


The ICT Supporters Travel club are running a bus to Dunfermline this weekend. The Bus leaves stadium at 10.30am 

Book through their Facebook page or via 07462218717

Can’t make the game? PPV is available on ParsTV for £12