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    ICT V Falkirk - Preview

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    falkirk_50.gifThis time last week, Caley Thistle were winless, point-less and struggling to turn good play into results. However, with two wins in the last week, over Hearts and Gretna, and the strikers finally starting to score perhaps we have turned the corner. This week's game against Falkirk will be a good yardstick to see if that is true.

    Andrew Fraser previews the match. 


    Inverness CT v Falkirk Tulloch Caledonian Stadium Saturday 29th September @ 3pm SPL Referee: David Somers Others: Brian McGarry, Tommy Johnston (Assistants), Scott McDonald (4th official).


    Saturday 29th September: Aberdeen v Gretna Celtic v Dundee Utd Hibernian v Kilmarnock Inverness CT v Falkirk Motherwell v Rangers (Setanta, 12:30pm) Sunday 30th September: St Mirren v Hearts (Setanta, 2pm)



    Saturday 22nd September: Falkirk 1-0 Motherwell Gretna 3-2 Dundee Utd Inverness CT 2-1 Hearts Kilmarnock 0-0 St Mirren Sunday 23rd September: Hibernian 3-2 Celtic Rangers 3-0 Aberdeen



    The teams have played a total of 29 times (28 League, 1 Cup) with 90 goals (42 Inverness CT, 48 Falkirk) between them. Inverness CT: 8 wins (8 League, 0 Cup) Draws: 7 (7 League, 0 Cup) Falkirk: 14 wins (13 League, 1 Cup)



    • There have been 20 1st Division games and 8 SPL games between the teams.
    • There has only been 1 cup game between the teams, which took place last season in Inverness with Falkirk winning 1-0.
    • The teams average 3.2 goals a game in the fixtures between these two teams.
    • The biggest win in the fixture was when Inverness CT beat the Bairns 4-1 at the Falkirk Stadium on the 21/01/2006. Goals from Wilson, Wyness, Dargo and Tokely gave Caley Thistle a comfortable victory. Ireland scored a consolation for Falkirk.
    • The last meeting between the sides took place on the 5th May in the bottom six of the SPL. The hosts, Falkirk, took all three points thanks to a Carl Finnigan strike 12 mins from time. The attendance was 3219.
    • It has been 42 games since Falkirk drew 0-0.


    Craig Brewster (Inverness CT): Even though the experienced Craig Brewster will be turning 41 in December, he showed last week against Hearts what he can still do. A fantastic volley in the very last minute of the game ensured Caley Thistle not only their 1st points of the season, but their first league win as well. However Brewster had to come off injured against Gretna in midweek, and is 50/50 for this game.

    Matthew Higdon (Falkirk): With already 4 goals to his name this season, Matthew is Falkirk’s top goal scorer so far. He has 3 in the league and 1 in the CIS Cup. So far a good signing with even more goals to come I am sure in the near future.

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