Inverness CT v Livingston FC
Scottish Cup Fifth Round
The Manager: John Robertson
John Robertson said: “We’ve got everyone available apart from Lewis Toshney, who is cup tied. We’ve got a full squad ready to go, we had finished with a few injuries on Saturday but they’ve all cleared up.”
|D Alloa (H) 1-1||L Ross County (A) 2-0|
|L Ayr Utd (A) 1-0||W Motherwell (H) 1-0|
|W Alloa (A) 2-3||W Hamilton (A) 2-4|
|W Dundee (A) 0-2||W St Johnstone (H) 3-1|
|L Arbroath (H) 0-1||W Raith Rovers (H) 3-1|
|W Dunfermline (H) 2-0||W Hibs (H) 2-0|
ICTFC wins: 14, Draws: 10, Livingston: 13
HEADS UP CAMPAIGN
Kick-off times in the William Hill Scottish Cup Fifth Round will be delayed by one minute this weekend to encourage players, staff and supporters alike to engage in conversation around mental health.
The initiative is part of the Scottish FA’s support for the ‘Heads Up’ mental health campaign and coincides with ‘Heads Up Weekend’, which is intended to highlight the importance of encouraging conversation about mental health.
Tickets bought before 5pm Today (Friday 7th February 2020) will be cheaper for this fixture than on the day of the match.
Concessions (16-25, Over 65s, Junior): £10
Under 12s: FREE**
Prices on Matchday
Concessions (16-25, Over 65s, Junior): £12
Under 12s: FREE**
**With an accompanying Adult or Concession
Tickets are available now from ictfc.tickethour.co.uk, the Club Shop and over the phone on 01463 222 880
Season Ticket Holders
Season Tickets Holders have their seats on reserve for this game and can add this game to their cards online
Instructions on how to add your Cup Ticket to your Season Card can be found online HERE
The Club Shop is open from 9am on Saturday.
The Club Shop will be open for around 15 minutes after the full-time whistle.
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.