Inverness Caledonian Thistle v Hamilton Accies

cinch Championship

Friday 29th April 2022

3pm kick-off

Caledonian Stadium



“We’ve always looked to try and use the squad the best we can. We’ll see what the situation is and have a chat regarding who best to give some rest time to.”

“We’re going to have the full squad, through the play-offs and we have done over the past 5 or 6 weeks too. It’s important that everyone is in contention and we just need to keep everyone fit so that if we have to make changes at certain points then everyone is ready to go.”

“The boys [who missed game v Morton] are all ticking along. We’re keeping an eye on them every day. Hopefully everyone is ok, we’ll see how they get on today and how they are tomorrow morning when they’re accessed by the physio.”


ICTFCHamilton Accies
W Greenock Morton (A) 1-0L Raith Rovers (H) 0-2
L Queen of the South (A) 1-2 Greenock Morton (A) 1-0
W Kilmarnock (H) 2-1L Arbroath (H) 0-1
D Ayr United (A) 2-2D Ayr United (A) 1-1


ICTFC (v QoS): Ridgers, Carson, Duffy, Broadfoot, Deas, Welsh, McAlear, Doran (Walsh 49′), MacGregor, Samuels (Harper 66′), Mckay

Hamilton Accies (v Raith Rovers): MacDonald, Tumilty, Mckay, Benedictus, Musonda (McGowan 76′), Matthews, Stanton, Williamson (Spencer 60′), Connolly, Ross (Zanatta 64′), Poplatnik (Varian 75′)


Tickets available in the Main Stand or North Stand for home fans:

Match Ticket Prices AdultSenior CitizenStudentUnder 18s Disabled Carer
Main £22 £17 £17 £6 £0 
North/South £20 £15 £15 £6 £0 

Junior (Under 18) tickets are not available online but staff in the ticket office will be happy to assist. Stadium currently open Monday – Friday, 10am – 4pm or phone 01463 222880 during office hours.  

Please note that proof of entitlement to all concessions will be required  


Away fans can purchase tickets from 

Tickets are currently available in South Stand Section G & H for Hamilton fans

Further sections will be begin to open up in line with demand for tickets


The match will be streamed live on on PPV for £15

Iain Auld will be joined by Ross Tokely on commentary