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Partick Thistle vs Arbroath – Match Preview




Partick Thistle vs Arbroath – Match Preview

Ladbrokes Championship – Game 10 – Season 2019 / 2020

Saturday 26th October 2019, The Energy Check Stadium at Firhill, Glasgow, 3.00pm kick off

Arbroath kick off the second quarter of the Ladbrokes Championship tomorrow with a trip down to the The Energy Check Stadium at Firhill to take on Ian McCall’s Partick Thistle.

Former Ayr United Manager Ian McCall was appointed Partick Thistle manager on the 23rd September after former Manager Gary Caldwell was sacked on the 18th September, just days after his side drew against the Lichties at Gayfield.

Ian McCall has been at the helm for 3 Championship matches now and has guided his side to two 3-1 away wins at Inversess Caledonian Thistle and Dundee but suffered a 1-0 defeat at home to Queen of the South.

The Lichties will be looking to take advantage of Thistle’s poor home form as they have yet to pick up any points at Firhill this season.

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell will be looking to build on his side’s win over Greenock Morton with Scott Stewart’s return last Saturday a huge boost to the Lichties. Gavin Swankie remains out as he recovers from his Hernia operation but will soon be pushing for a return to the team.

It’s another huge game for the Lichties with only 4 points separating 4th to 10th in the league.

We hope you will be there to cheer us on!

Partick Thistle

Manager – Ian McCall
Assistant Managers: Alan Archibald, Neil Scally
Goalkeeping Coach: Kenny Arthur

1 – GK – Jamie Sneddon
22 – GK – Scott Fox

2 – DF – Ryan Williamson
3 – DF – James Penrice
4 – DF – Thomas O’Ware
5 – DF – Ben Hall
6 – DF – Sean McGinty
24 – DF – Osman Kakay
30 – DF – Mouhamed Niang
43 – DF – Steven Saunders

7 – MF – Joe Cardle
8 – MF – Stuart Bannigan
11 – MF – Gary Harkins
12 – MF – Reece Cole
14 – MF – Shea Gordon
15 – MF – Tommy Robson
16 – MF – Cammy Palmer
17 – MF – Craig Slater
20 – MF – Callum Wilson
23 – MF – Raffaele De Vita

9 – ST – Kenny Miller
10 – ST – Alex Jones
18 – ST – Lewis Mansell
19 – ST – Dario Zanatta
77 – ST – Mitch Austin

Partick Thistle vs Arbroath – Recent Head to Head

Arbroath 1 – 1 Partick Thistle – Friday 13th September 2019
Ladbrokes Championship – Game 05 – Season 2019 / 2020
Goals – Thomson 13 – Miller 65

Partick Thistle – Scottish Championship Results 2019/2020

Game 01 – Alloa Athletic 1 – 1 Partick Thistle – Saturday 3rd August
Game 02 – Partick Thistle 1 – 2 Dundee United – Friday 9th August
Game 03 – Greenock Morton 3 – 2 Partick Thistle – Friday 23rd August
Game 04 – Partick Thistle 2 – 3 Ayr United – Saturday 31st August
Game 05 – Arbroath 1 – 1 Partick Thistle – Friday 13th September
Game 06 – Partick Thistle 0 – 3 Dunfermline Athletic – Saturday 21st September
Game 07 – Inverness Caledonian Thistle 1 – 3 Partick Thistle – Saturday 28th September
Game 08 – Partick Thistle 0 – 1 Queen of the South – Saturday 5th October
Game 09 – Dundee 1 – 3 Partick Thistle – Saturday 19th October

Suspensions;
Neither team have any players suspended.

Officials;


Referee; Gavin Ross
Assistant Referee 1; Kylie Cockburn
Assistant Referee 2; Ross Birrell

Admission Prices at The Energy Check Stadium at Firhill;
(Cash only pay at the turnstile)

£20.00 – Adults
£15.00 – Concessions (Over 65 & Students)
£5.00 – Juvenile (Under 16s)
£15.00 – Wheelchair/Ambulant with free admission for care giver

Inside the Stadium

Arbroath fans will be located in the Jackie Husband Stand and will enter via Turnstiles 40 and 41.

Wheelchair disabled fans will be located in the Colin Weir Stand at the red accessibility gate and they are able to pay cash.  There are 3 disabled car park spaces for away support.

If you need assistance or a disabled car park space, please contact Partick Thistle’s Disability Access Officer Dougie McInnes at dao@ptfc.co.uk or on 07803 922570

For all other information on getting to the stadium, please see our previous Facebook post or visit our website;

Partick Thistle vs Arbroath – Supporter Information

Getting to the Stadium

Car

For travel by car, go to AA Route Planner Great Britain. Enter your postcode and then that of The Energy Check Stadium at Firhill(G20 7AL).

There is free on-street parking on Garscube Road and adjacent streets on route to the stadium. We ask that you please park responsibly and are considerate towards our neighbours when doing so.

Please note that on match days, depending on crowd numbers, police may close Firhill Road to through traffic at 2.30pm until kick-off and then again at 4.45pm to 5pm to allow fans to arrive and depart the ground safely.

Train

For away fans visiting The Energy Check Stadium at Firhill, for information on train travel, go to: www.thetrainline.com. The nearest mainline stations are Glasgow Queen Street and Glasgow Central.

Bus

For information on local bus routes go to: www.firstgroup.com/greater-glasgow

Underground

Both Kelvinbridge and St George’s Cross stations are within 15 minutes’ walk of The Energy

Food and Drink
On match days, the licensed Aitken Suite, at the north end of the Colin Weir Stand and accessed from Firhill Road, is open from 12 noon for hot bar food and refreshments. Children are very welcome.

The Munn’s Vaults Pub (610 Maryhill Road) is also Arbroath supporters a free pie before the game. All away fans welcome, friendly staff and a good selection of beer.

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

We hope you can make it along!

Information and guide all from https://ptfc.co.uk

C’mon the Lichties!


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