Arbroath vs Alloa Athletic – Match Preview
Arbroath vs Alloa Athletic – Match Preview
Betfred Cup – Group C – Game 4 – Season 2019 / 2020
Saturday 27th July 2019, Gayfield Park, Arbroath, 3.00pm kick off
Arbroath welcome Peter Grant and his Alloa Athletic side to Gayfield tomorrow for our final Betfred Cup Group C Match.
New Alloa manager Peter Grant was dealt a major blow last Saturday when keeper Neil Parry had to leave the field after being caught whilst Hibernian scored their first goal. Neil required hospital treatment for a broken nose and a facial wound and is unlikely to feature tomorrow.
New signings Kevin O’Hara, Liam Buchanan and Robert Thomson add a goal threat up front for Alloa with winger Andrew Stirling another new summer arrival from Queen of the South.
Arbroath will be hoping that all the players involved on Tuesday night are raring to go again with manager Dick Campbell stating he is looking to rotate his team to give everyone fitness ahead of next Saturday’s league opener. Ricky Little is expected to return in defence with Luke Donnelly also expected to feature.
Group Leaders Hibernian have 8 points and can seal group victory tonight with a win over Elgin City or a draw with the extra Bonus point penalty shoot win. Elgin City who currently have 5 points could join Hibernian on 8 points if they were to secure victory over Hibernian.
Alloa are currently on 4 points, whilst Arbroath sit on 6 points with realistically a win required to be in with a chance of being one of the 4 best runner up positions.
Stirling Albion have already played all 4 games and sit at the bottom of the group with 1 point.
We hope you will get right behind the team from the start and C’mon the Lichties!
Alloa Athletic 3 – 2 Arbroath – League 1 – Season 2017/2018
Saturday 31st March 2017, Indodrill Stadium, Alloa, 3.00pm
Goals – Smith 26, Kirkpatrick 41, 77 – McKenna 21, Wallace 22
Alloa Athletic 5 – 3 Arbroath – League 1 – Season 2017/2018
Tuesday 6th March 2018, Indodrill Stadium, Alloa, 7.45pm
Goals – Fleming 6 pen, Stewart 9, 15, 42, Flannigan 79 – McKenna 39, Linn 55, Denholm 87
Arbroath 0 – 0 Alloa Athletic – League 1 – Season 2017/2018
Saturday 17th February 2018, Gayfield Park, Arbroath, 3.00pm
Arbroath 1 – 1 Alloa Athletic – League 1 – Season 2017/2018
Saturday 30th September 2017, Gayfield Park, Arbroath, 3.00pm
Goals – McCord pen 56 – Gold OG 35
Alloa Athletic 1 – 1 Arbroath (Arbroath won 6-5 on penalties) – Betfred Cup
Tuesday 18th July 2017, Indodrill Stadium, Alloa, 7.45pm
Goals – McKeown 89 – Yule 16
Alloa Athletic – (including summer arrivals)
Manager – Peter Grant
Assistant Manager – Paddy Connolly
GK – Christopher Henry
GK – Neil Parry
GK – Andrew Wilson
DF – Liam Dick
DF – Andy Graham
DF – Cameron O’Donnell
DF – Callum Murray
DF – Scott Taggart
MF – Adam Brown
MF – Kevin Cawley
MF – Iain Flannigan
MF – Paul Gillespie
MF – Steven Hetherington
MF – Andrew Stirling (Queen of the South)
MF – Jon Robertson
ST – Ahmed Aloulou
ST – Liam Buchanan (Raith Rovers)
ST – Kevin Cawley
ST – Kevin O’Hara (Falkirk)
ST – Robert Thomson (Greenock Morton)
ST – Alan Trouten
Jordan Kirkpatrick (Forfar Athletic),
Reis Peggie (East Stirlingshire),
Jack Aitchison (Celtic, end of loan),
Jack Hamilton (Livingston, end of loan),
Sam Roscoe (Aberdeen, end of loan),
Connor Shields (Sunderland, end of loan),
Dario Zanatta (Heart of Midlothian, end of loan),
Neither team have any players suspended.
Referee; Barry Cook
Assistant Referee 1 – Dougie Potter
Assistant Referee 2 – Scott Robert Anderson
Saturday’s programme will be on sale just inside of Gayfield and is the 1st programme of new season and is priced at £2.50 with Jason Thomson on the front cover. It is the same programme that was sold for Elgin City
Team Sheet – 20 pence (Available from the Club Shop)
Pay at the Gate – Cash Turnstiles in operation.
Admission allows you access to the entire ground, both the stand and terracing.
£15 – Adults
£8 – Concession – (Child, Students, OAP 65+, Disability Entry with a free carer)
£18 – Family (1x Adult + 1x Child)
Season Tickets Not Valid
We regret to advise our supporters bar will not be open, sorry for the inconvenience.
Disabled Access – Bays at either end of the main stand. Each bay holds 3 wheelchairs and 3 carers
Parking – Ample Free Street Parking
We hope to see another fantastic support for our first home game of the season cheering on the Lichties!
We hope you can make it along!
C’mon the Lichties!
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