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    Cove Rangers -V- Inverness CT - Preview


    Easy or No Easy?


    Game four of a frantic April which will culminate in a Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden Park on the 29th. So far so good with three wins in April and four on the bounce. You could be forgiven for thinking this will be an easy win, but given Cove's recent form that is what the bookies will be suggesting after only two draws in their last nine games. Over two months without a win, on February 4th, 1-0 against Partick Thistle. They have been known to concede multiple goals at times, in fact we have put 11 past them this season in the Championship. However, it might be prudent of us to be cautious as it would be foolish to throw away our good work with an under par effort at Cove. We won our fifth game on the bounce back in October at Cove. Can we do it again?


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    Semi-Final Tickets


    Venue Pld Won Drn Lst For Agst + / -
    Home 5 4 1 0 16 5 +11
    Away 2 1 0 1 2 3 -1
    Neutral 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Total 7 5 1 1 18 8 +10

    Only the seven games played, but a big advantage to the Caley Jags at the moment.

    All Competitive Meetings
    6 - 1
    1 - 0
    4 - 1
    1 - 1
    1 - 3
    3 - 2
    2 - 0

    Cove Cruise, July 2021: 1 - 3 Inverness' dismal run of League Cup results continued with defeat at Cove. Our only crumb of comfort...A penalty to Inverness in the 90th minute offered little consolation for the Caley Jags but Duku duly converted from the spot.

    Cove kept at Bay, Oct 2022: 1 - 0 Our first visit to Balmoral Park on League business ended with a hard fought win, our fifth on the bounce. Inverness opened the scoring after twenty minutes through Steven Boyd, his first of the season. However Roddy MacGregor was helped off the pitch after being injured in the build up to that goal. Allardice stayed in the dressing room at the interval to be replaced by Lewis Hyde. Ridgers did well to deny Cove after the break and right at the end Cove were reduced to ten men as McIntosh was sent off. Still joint top as Partick also win with Dundee and Morton leading the chasing pack.

    Pos Team Pld W D L F A Pts
    Table ahead of Friday night game
    1. Dundee 32 16 9 7 57 33 57
    2. Queens Park 32 16 6 10 58 45 54
    3. Partick Thistle 32 15 6 11 58 40 51
    4. Ayr United 32 14 8 10 57 41 50
    5. Inverness CT 32 13 9 10 46 42 48
    6. Morton 32 12 11 9 45 38 47
    7. Raith Rovers 32 11 8 13 43 44 41
    8. Arbroath 32 6 14 12 28 43 32
    9. Hamilton Ac. 32 7 8 17 28 58 29
    10. Cove Rangers 32 6 9 17 35 71 27

    Fiday 14th April (7:45pm)

    Queen's v Accies

    Saturday 15th April (3:00pm)

    Cove Rangers v Caley Jags    

    Dundee v Morton

       Partick v Ayr Utd 

        Rovers v Arbroath

    Last Time Out

    We kept the Raith Rovers hoodo going last weekend then followed that up with another convincing 2-0 home win on Tuesday against Arbroath. Second half goals from the form guys Nathan Shaw and a Scott Allardice (pen) put us in control. However, Jay Henderson was red carded with ten minutes left and will miss the game at Cove. I suppose if you could pick a game to miss, then this would be your choice.  W

    Cove took a much needed away point in the relegation battle with Hamilton Accies. Luis Longstaff had given Cove the advantage in the second half but Connor Smith squared matters five minutes later. That's a point more than we have managed against Accies all season. That's a concern for us as Cove dig their heels in as they try the great escape. Their previous home game was a 5-0 thrashing from Partick Thistle.  

    Latest Team News

    Jay Henderson is suspended. Danny Devine has sat on the bench over the last two games after a recent injury. Max Ram, Roddy MacGregor and Wallace Duffy have all been missing in recent weeks along with season long casualties Sutherland and Walsh.

    Here's Bazza to tell you what's happening>>>




    Cove Rangers starting XI v Hamilton

    Logan     Ross     Reynolds     Longridge
    Longstaff     Yule     Scully     Dunne
    Megginson     O'Halloran

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    No complacency allowed. Three points essential. Megginson worries me but I hope Billy worries them more. 

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