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Ayr United vs Arbroath – Match Preview




Ayr United vs Arbroath – Match Preview

Ladbrokes Championship – Game 15 – Season 2019 / 2020

Saturday 30th November 2019, Somerset Park, Ayr, 3.00pm kick off

The Lichties are back on the road tomorrow as we travel down to Somerset Park to take on Mark Kerr’s Ayr United.

Mark Kerr was appointed Manager of Ayr United on the 22nd of October taking over from interim Manager Sandy Stewart.

Ayr United haven’t played a competitive match since Saturday 9th November when they were defeated 3-1 away to Queen of the South.

Striker Luke McCowan misses out for Ayr United as he starts a two-match suspension, whilst Steven Bell and Mark Kerr should return from injury, Andy Murdoch, Kris Doolan and Jamie Adams remain doubts.

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell has a headache selection in whether to stick with his side that defeated Auchinleck Talbot on Wednesday night or make changes.

This game will come too quickly for Jason Thomson who still remains sidelined.

It’s another huge game for the Lichties with only 4 points separating ourselves and Ayr United, although Ayr United do have a game in hand.

We hope you will be there to cheer us on!

Ayr United Squad

Manager – Mark Kerr
Assistant Manager – Michael McArdle
Goalkeeping Coach – Derek Stillie

1 – GK – Ross Doohan
19 – GK – Ellis Hare-Reid

2 – DF – Aaron Muirhead
3 – DF – Daniel Harvie
4 – DF – Mark Kerr
5 – DF – Sam Roscoe
14 – DF – Jordan Houston
15 – DF – Steven Bell
21 – DF – Finn Ecrepont

6 – MF – Andy Geggan
10 – MF – Alan Forrest
12 – MF – Craig McGuffie
16 – MF – Jamie Adams
17 – MF – Frank Ross
18 – MF – Andy Murdoch
23 – MF – Ross Docherty
30 – MF – Stephen Kelly

7 – ST – Michael Moffat
8 – ST – Kris Doolan
9 – ST – Craig Moore
11 – ST – Luke McCowan
22 – ST – Mark McKenzie

Ayr United vs Arbroath – Recent Head to Head

Arbroath 0 – 3 Ayr United – Saturday 28th September 2019
Ladbrokes Championship – Game 07 – Season 2019 / 2020
Goals; Forrest 12, 20, Kelly 27

Ayr United – Scottish Championship Results 2019/2020

Game 01 – Ayr United 4 – 2 Queen of the South – Saturday 3rd August
Game 02 – Dundee 1 – 0 Ayr United – Saturday 10th August
Game 03 – Ayr United 1 – 0 Queen of the South – Saturday 24th August
Game 04 – Partick Thistle 2 – 3 Ayr United – Saturday 31st August
Game 05 – Ayr United 2 – 0 Dundee United – Saturday 14th September
Game 06 – Alloa Athletic 1 – 4 Ayr United – Saturday 21st September
Game 07 – Arbroath 0 – 3 Ayr United – Saturday 28th September
Game 08 – Ayr United 0 – 2 Inverness Caledonian Thistle – Saturday 5th October
Game 09 – Dunfermline Athletic 3 – 2 Ayr United – Saturday 19th October
Game 10 – Ayr United 1 – 2 Dundee – Friday 25th October
Game 11 – Greenock Morton 2 – 3 Ayr United – Tuesday 29th October
Game 12 – Ayr United 4 – 1 Partick Thistle – Saturday 2nd November
Game 13 – Queen of the South 3 – 1 Ayr United – Saturday 9th November
Game 14 – Ayr United vs Dunfermline Athletic – Tuesday 3rd December

Suspensions;

Ayr United’s Luke McCowan serves a two match suspension.

Officials;
Referee; Colin Steven
Assistant Referee 1; Michael Banks
Assistant Referee 2; Gary Hanvidge

Admission Prices at Somerset Park

£18 – Adult
£12 – Concessions Over 65’s / Students / 18 – 21 yrs /
Wheelchair Users / Certified Ambulant)
£6 – U18’s

Turnstiles

The Turnstiles will open at 2pm

Inside the Stadium

Ayr have the capacity for 6 away wheelchairs and their carers. If you are planning on traveling please let us know so we can let Ayr United know in advance.

There is a Concession charge of £12 for wheelchair users and their carers are free of charge.

Ayr United have had difficultly identifying the individual needs of ambulant supporters and
therefore would appreciate if you have some documentation to support the Concession ticket when entering the gate.

Buying Tickets

Away supporters can now buy tickets online ahead of matches at Somerset Park.

Supporters will receive an e-ticket on completion of their order which they will show on arrival at the Turnstile.

The Turnstile Operator will scan the barcode via a hand-held scanner to allow admittance to the stadium.

Ayr United will have limited provision for away supporters to buy tickets at the ground on Match day, but it will be cash only and to avoid queues, we strongly advise buying tickets in advance before arriving at the stadium.

There is no cash gates available at Somerset Park. Tickets must be bought before going to the Turnstile.

Tickets can be bought on match day from the Lottery Office.

Each ticket has its own unique barcode and once scanned in it will not allow admittance again.
Please click the link to purchase your tickets – https://tickets.ayrunitedfc.co.uk/package_link/221/Arbroath

Away supporters will be accommodated in the West Enclosure and the West Stand.

Enter through the following turnstiles:

West Enclosure – Turnstiles 9 & 10
West Stand – Turnstile 9 & 10

Please purchase your tickets in advance to avoid busy queues on the day.

Match Programme

There will be a match programme available for every league match this season. It costs £2 and can be purchased from one of our Programme sellers who can be found on match days, outside the Turnstiles. Programmes can also be purchased from the Club Shop or  our Food Kiosk, which is located inside the Main Stand of the Stadium.

Food Kiosks

For Away Fans, we have 1 Food Kiosk available. It is located up the stairs at the back of the Main Stand.

The Price List for the Kiosk is as follows:
The Award Winning* Steak and Ale Pie – £2.50
Scotch Pie – £1.80
Sausage Roll – £1.60
Hot Drinks – £1.10
Juice Carton – £1.00
Chocolate Bars – 80p
Crisps – 60p

(*Winner of the Diamond Award at the World Championship Scotch Pie Awards 2018)

Saturday is a big game for the Lichties as we take on Ayr United and as always we would really appreciate a strong and vocal support cheering on the team.

We hope you can make it along!

C’mon the Lichties!

Information – https://ayrunitedfc.co.uk/


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