It’s Second against Fourth in the Ladbrokes Championship this weekend as Caley Thistle face Dunfermline!

The Manager: John Robertson

“We want to improve our home record this season and it will be improved this season, there’s no doubt about that. We look at our last home performance against Ayr in particular, we were exceptional.”

“We played a lot of good football and there’s no doubt we’re going to have to play at that level if we’re to beat Dunfermline. They are a team that are very similar to ourselves, they are in very good form and they’ll be hurting from their defeat on Saturday which went against the grain of how they’ve being playing.”

“It should be another highly entertaining football but it’s one that we want three points from.”


James Vincent returns to the Caley Thistle squad


Partick Thistle (A) 3-1L Dundee (A) 4-3
Ayr United (H) 2-0Morton (H) 3-1
Alloa (A) 2-0W Ayr Utd (A) 0-1
Dundee (H) 1-0Partick Thistle (H) 5-1
Clyde (H) 0-0 (4-2 on Pens)Stranraer (A) 1-0
Arbroath (A) 0-3Alloa Ath (A) 2-1


ICTFC Wins: 15, Draws: 16, Dunfermline Wins: 9


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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.