Inverness Caledonian Thistle v Queen of the South

cinch Championship

Saturday 15th January 2022

3pm kick-off

Caledonian Stadium

Pre-Match: Billy Dodds

“It’s another big week in the Championship and that’s what we look at every week, who is playing each other and where points can be dropped. I think you’ve got to do your own business first. We’ve had two really close matches with Queen of the South. I think we’ve played well in stages of both the games against them but Queen of the South have shown when they got an equaliser up here and a goal back at Palmerston earlier this season, they put us under pressure.”

“We will take them seriously and respect the opponent but we’ll be hoping for three points.”

Team News

Billy Dodds said: “Aaron Doran has still got a wee niggle. He’ll get a fitness test to see where he is, I’m not 100% sure with Aaron it might be next week before he’s back but he’s not far away at all.”


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Iain Auld and Ross Tokely will be on commentary for this match


ICTFCQueen of the South FC
D Raith Rovers (H) 1-1L Kilmarnock (H) 0-2
D Arbroath (A) 0-0L Hamilton Accies (H) 0-3
Hamilton Accies (H) 1-2W Ayr Utd (H) 3-0
Morton (A) 6-1D Dunfermline Ath (A) 3-3


ICTFC (v Raith Rovers): Ridgers, Duffy (Duku 46′), Broadfoot, Devine, Deas, Allardice (Welsh 73′), Carson (McAlear 46′), Walsh, Harper, Sutherland, Mckay

QoS (v Kilmarnock): Rae, Johnston, Debayo, East, Cooper, Nditi, McGrory (Fitzpatrick), Paton (Roy 82′), Todd, Connelly, Junior (Liddle 64′)