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Queen of the South vs Arbroath – Match Preview

17th September 2021



Queen of the South vs Arbroath – Match Preview

cinch Scottish Championship – Game 06 – Season 2021/2022

Saturday 18th September 2021, Palmerston Park, Dumfries, 3.00pm kick off

Arbroath make the long trip south tomorrow to take on Queen of the South in Dumfries in our 6th match of the cinch Scottish Championship.

Alan Johnston’s side have had wins over Greenock Morton and Raith Rovers both away from home, and have suffered defeat at home to Kilmarnock and Hamilton Academical with a defeat also on the opening day of the season away to Partick Thistle.

The Doonhammers are almost unrecognisable from last season with only really 4 established first team players surviving with 19 new recruits.

The Lichties last visit to Dumfries seen them come from behind thanks to an inspired come back from Scott Stewart.

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell will have another selection headache with his entire squad all in contention for the match, but it would hard to see him changing the starting XI after last weekend’s performance.

It is a very long journey but Queen of the South are offering a pay per view for £10 from
qostv.co.uk

It will be another extremely tough match but for those traveling we hope you can get right behind the team from the very start.

C’mon the Lichties!

Queen of the South – (including summer arrivals)

Manager – Alan Johnston
Assistant Manager – Sandy Clark
Coach – George Paterson
Goalkeeping Coach – Ross Ballantyne

Goalkeepers

1 – Josh Rae (Peterhead)
12 – Sol Brynn (on loan from Middlesbrough)
30 – Charlie Cowie
34 – Gary Maley (on loan from Livingston)

Defenders

3 – Alex Cooper (Sligo Rovers)
4 – Udoka Chima (unattached)
5 – Paul McKay (Airdrieonians)
13 – Josh Debayo (unattached)
20 – Roberto Nditi (Forfar Athletic)
22 – Max Johnston (on loan from Motherwell)
25 – Scott Dunn
27 – Owen Hunter
29 – Matthew Henderson (Rangers)
31 – Aidan Moffat
32 – Christopher Stewart
33 – Willie Gibson

Midfielders

6 – Harry Cochrane (Heart of Midlothian)
8 – Josh Todd (Falkirk)
14 – Ben Liddle (On loan from Bristol Rovers)
15 – Calvin McGrory
18 – Kieran McKechnie
23 – Olly McDonald (East Kilbride)

Strikers

7 – Ruari Paton (Stranraer)
9 – Ally Roy (Airdieonians)
10 – Lee Connelly (Sunderland)
11 – Aidan Fitzpatrick ( Norwich City)
16 – Euan East
17 – Niyah Joseph
49 – Ruben Soares Junior (Billericay Town)

Queen of the South Departures

Dom McMahon – Dalbeattie Star – Loan
Gregor Buchanan – Dumbarton
Stephen Dobbie – AFC Fylde
Rohan Ferguson – Larne
Tommy Goss – Annan Athletic
Jack Leighfield – Lancaster City
Rhys McCabe – Airdrieonians
Joe McKee – Dumbarton
Abo Obileye – Livingston
Dan Pybus – Dunfermline Athletic
Connor Shields – Motherwell
Ryan Muir – Dalbeattie Star, loan
Connor Potts – Dalbeattie Star, loan
Rhys Breen – Rangers, end of loan
Ciaran Dickson – Rangers, end of loan
Aidan Fitzpatrick – Norwich City, end of loan
Isaiah Jones – Middlesbrough, end of loan
James Maxwell – Rangers, end of loan
Dapo Mebude – Rangers, end of loan
Harry Robinson – Clyde
Cameron Crooks – East Stirlingshire
Disté Sylla
Daniel Armstrong
Nortei Nortey
Liam Douglas

Queen of the South vs Arbroath – Head to Head

Arbroath 2 – 4 Queen of the South – Saturday 6th March 2021
Ladbrokes Championship – Game 19 – Season 2020 / 2021
Goals – Hamilton 11, McKenna 22 pen – Obileye 33, 50, Maxwell 38, Mebude 45+1

Queen of the South 2 – 2 Arbroath – Saturday 16th January 2021
Ladbrokes Championship – Game 13 – Season 2020 / 2021
Goals – Shields 46, 52 – Stewart 63, O’Brien 65

Arbroath 1 – 1 Quen of the South – Saturday 7th November 2020
Ladbrokes Championship – Game 04 – Season 2020 / 2021
Goals – Maxwell 32 – Linn 48

Arbroath 2 – 0 Queen of the South – Saturday 15th February 2020
Ladbrokes Championship – Game 24 – Season 2019 / 2020
Goals – Gold 6, Hilson 35

Queen of the South – Scottish Championship Results 2021/2022

Game 1 – Partick Thistle 3 – 2 Queen of the South – Saturday 31st July
Game 2 – Queen of the South 0 – 1 Kilmarnock – Saturday 7th August
Game 3 – Greenock Morton 2 – 3 Queen of the South – Saturday 21st August
Game 4 – Queen of the South 1 – 2 Hamilton Academical – Saturday 28th August
Game 5 – Raith Rovers 0 – 1 Queen of the South – Saturday 11th September

Suspensions;

Neither team has any players suspended.

Officials;

Referee – Nick Walsh
Assistant Referee 1 – Chris Ferguson
Assistant Referee 2 – Ian Hart

Tickets / PPV

Entry is by ticket only.
Ticket offices are open at:
Arena – 12:30pm (Cash and Card)
BDS Stand– 13:00pm  (Cash Only)

 

Tickets, location of sales & entry cost

Entry is by ticket only.

Ticket offices are open at:

Arena – 12:30pm (Cash and Card)
BDS Stand– 13:00pm  (Cash Only)

Please note that the BDS Stand ticket office is CASH ONLY. If you wish to purchase your ticket by card then you should use the Arena ticket office.

Turnstile numbers for visiting fans, section of the ground
BDS Digital (East) Stand section 5 has been set aside for away supporters.

BDS Home turnstiles 1 and 2 will be in use.

Please do NOT try and enter the ground via turnstiles 16 and 17 as no access can be gained to the BDS Stand from those turnstiles.

Turnstiles will be open for spectator entry at 13:45pm

Shared catering outlet and toilets will be available for use.

Refreshments are available in the Arena pop up bar before kick-off.

Ticket Prices

£18 – Adults
£10 – OAP / Concession
£10 – Student
£10 – Age 16-21
£5 – Under 16
Free – Pre-School Children

Accessible

£8 – Adults
£5 – OAP / Concession
£5 – Student
£5 – Age 16-21
£3 – Under 16

PPV

Supporters can purchase a live stream for £10 from qostv.co.uk

This is the same login as ICT FC TV and Pars TV so if you have used either one of those live streams in the past you will be able to use the same login details.

Car Parking/ and any on-street restrictions

Car parking is available in the Arena car park.

Any local roadworks etc. that may cause delays
There are no ongoing local roadworks currently around Dumfries that may affect travel times to Palmerston Park. Fans should check the Traffic Scotland website at http://trafficscotland.org/index.aspx for confirmation of any delays.

Disabled access
Wheelchair access for away supporters is at Gate G on the north side of BDS Digital stand.  Disabled parking is available on the north side of the BDS Digital Stand or at the Arena car park.

The cost of entry of 1 personal assistant is included in the price of the concession ticket.

Specific advice for away fans in respect of condition of entry e.g. searching policy, unacceptable behaviour?

QOS have adopted a robust and thorough search policy for spectators entering the ground to ensure that ground rules and regulations are strictly adhered to, especially in relation to pyrotechnic devices and controlled containers.

All bags will be searched and spectators presenting themselves for entry may also be subject to search. Spectators who refuse to be searched by stewards will be denied entry to the ground.

Palmerston Park is a non-smoking venue, this includes e cigarettes and other such devices. Stewards are empowered to eject spectators who disobey these rules. No persons will be admitted to the ground who are deemed to be under the influence of alcohol. This will be strictly enforced.

All spectators are required to abide by our acceptable behaviour policy.

We hope you can tune in to cheer on the Lichties from home.

C’mon the Lichties!


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