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Hopefully we get back to winning ways on Saturday but, as always in this league, it will be a tough game.

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Correcting the auto predict spelling mistake.
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I can assure you I was using my rattle to the fullest when Gardyne scored!  Lizi x 

Deserved win. We largely cigared that today save for a period in the second half when Queens got their equaliser and looked like they might steal a point but fortunately we were able to go up a gear a

Pretty dominant first half without creating any clear cut chances, but deservedly ahead after a great free kick by Welsh. We failed to kick on after the break and it was no great surprise when th

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I am looking forward to this one which will be tough as you say Robert but I hope it will be a bit like the Partick game with a good win for us to keep us at the top of the league.

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Queens visit.

 

After dropping our first points of the season last weekend to bottom club Dunfermline, seventh place Queen of the South come calling on Saturday to the Caledonian Stadium, the game kicking off at 3:00pm.

We had Mark Ridgers to thank for earning us a point at East End Park as he pulled off two tremendous saves late in the game to deny the Pars their first win of the season. The draw was sufficient to keep Inverness top of the table but Kilmarnock and Arbroath gained some ground at the top end whilst the Pars stay rooted to the foot of the Championship.

Queens went down 2-0 at home to Arbroath as their indifferent start to the season continues, beating Raith away one week, losing at home to Arbroath the next. It would appear that their away form suits them better than playing at Palmerston at the moment.

Stat Attack

First Competitive Meeting
Dec 17th, 1994 Scottish Cup (Rd 1) (H) 1 - 2
Most Recent Competitive Meeting
Apr 10th, 2021 League (Championship) (A) 1 - 1
Last 10 Competitive Meetings
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1 - 1
(A)
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0 - 1
(H)
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3 - 0
(A)
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3 - 1
(H)
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2 - 0
(A)
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2 - 0
(H)
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2 - 0
(A)
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1 - 2
(H)
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3 - 3
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0 - 0
(H)
Venue - Head 2 Head Pld Won Drn Lst For Agst + / -
Home 19 11 2 6 34 23 +11
Away 18 7 7 4 31 19 +12
Neutral 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 37 18 9 10 65 42 +23
Biggest Victories
Dec 4th, 2020 League (Championship) (A) 3 - 0
Apr 17th, 2004 League (H) 4 - 1
Dec 6th, 2003 League (H) 4 - 1
Aug 1st, 1998 League Cup (Round 1) (A) 4 - 1
Heaviest Defeats
Oct 10th, 2009 League (H) 1 - 3
Mar 21st, 1998 League (H) 0 - 2
Aug 13th, 1997 Challenge Cup (Rd 1) (H) 0 - 2
Highest Attendance
Oct 18th, 2003 League (A) 3,547
Highest Home Attendance
Oct 10th, 2009 League (H) 3,011
    Pld W D L F A +/- Pts
1. Inverness CT 6 5 1 0 7 1 6 16
2. Kilmarnock 6 5 0 1 8 1 7 15
3. Arbroath 6 4 1 1 14 4 10 13
4. Partick Thistle 6 3 0 3 11 10 1 9
5. Raith Rovers 5 2 1 2 7 6 1 7
6. Ayr United 6 2 1 3 7 8 -1 7
7. Queen of the South 6 2 0 4 7 10 -3 6
8. Morton 6 1 1 4 5 10 -5 4
9. Hamilton Academical 6 1 1 4 6 14 -8 4
10. Dunfermline 5 0 2 3 3 11 -8 2

As the stats show, Inverness have the upper hand in this fixture but Queens won 0 - 1 in the last one at the Caledonian Stadium in February 2021 when Nortei Nortay scored the only goal of the game as the visitors burst forward around the hour to win in Inverness for the sixth time out of nineteen visits.

Other games this weekend

Arbroath v Kilmarnock (Friday 19:45) Will this one sort the men from the boys?

Ayr United v Morton (Saturday 15:00) Mid table supremacy?

Dunfermline v Hamilton (Sat 15:00) Relegation battle?

Raith Rovers v Partick (Sunday 15:00) - Raith Rovers v Dunfermline ***catch up game Wed 29th Sept 19:05

 

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I see that petty out of date rules by closed shop jobs for boys organisations are still alive and kicking. I fail to see that watching a stream of a Scottish game in England will make much difference to the size of the crowd south of the border. They will be banning kilts next :scotland: 

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Michael Gardyne has missed the last couple of games and Aaron Doran and Shane Sutherland were injured at East End Park. This could open the door for Cameron Harper and Billy Mckay for a start and maybe Lewis Jamieson will be pushing for some game time.

Allan Johnston was disappointed with the result last week and despite plenty of possession and opportunities he felt they failed to make the most of their opportunities. Defensive lapses costing the Doonhamers and not clinical enough in front of goal. 

 

He doesn't score many, but when he does...

Billy looking ahead

 

 

 

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Pleasing to see that Kilmarnock could not emulate us and win at Gayfield.

Even more incentive to win tomorrow and restore our three point advantage over the team that must still be most people's favourites for the title.

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3 minutes ago, TheMantis said:

Great stuff. Decent game but Arbroath showed Killie are no world beaters.

As did we a few weeks before. All to play for in this title race and we are right in the mix.

The best placed we have been since relagation, very probably on with our lowest player budget since then.

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Wonder if we will be one of the last to put the team lines out as per normal. Rather frustrating every week waiting for the info.

Put yer money on final five...

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Welsh and Gardyne starting in place of Doran and Sutherland. MacGregor presumably in “no 10” role.

Perhaps Doran and Sutherland not fully fit after last week’s knocks.

Come on ICT: let’s get back to the top of the league and get the three points!

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I have to concede that I had to swally a double voddie before yet another Doddsie was downed in celebration. Also assisted by the fact that an ex Dungwall hero scored our winner BUT was anybody else sickened as the news that a Dingwall goal was the winner for Hellgin Shittee !!

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7 minutes ago, IMMORTAL HOWDEN ENDER said:

BUT was anybody else sickened as the news that a Dingwall goal was the winner for Hellgin Shittee !!

I will be hearing all about it soon 😴  I'm in Falkirk and shortly to meet up with my wife's relatives.  Cut them, and they bleed Warriors' blood.

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Pretty dominant first half without creating any clear cut chances, but deservedly ahead after a great free kick by Welsh.

We failed to kick on after the break and it was no great surprise when the equaliser went in, as they had tested us a few times before it. It was a very good finish.

That was the kick up the backside we needed and we got the winner through Gardyne from a long ball by Deas, with Jamieson playing his part by distracting the defence.

However, we need to be more clinical and put teams away when we are on top, and stop making it hard for ourselves.

Pick for me today was Gardyne, closely followed by Welsh.

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Good win 😁 thought we were sitting too deep second half inviting queens on to us. They looked like they could get a goal and duly did with a great strike. But again the team rallied and a fine finish by Gardyne; who was the pick today. Happy days- top of the table- lovely jubbly 🤣🤣

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2 hours ago, Robert said:

Pretty dominant first half without creating any clear cut chances, but deservedly ahead after a great free kick by Welsh.

We failed to kick on after the break and it was no great surprise when the equaliser went in, as they had tested us a few times before it. It was a very good finish.

That was the kick up the backside we needed and we got the winner through Gardyne from a long ball by Deas, with Jamieson playing his part by distracting the defence.

However, we need to be more clinical and put teams away when we are on top, and stop making it hard for ourselves.

Pick for me today was Gardyne, closely followed by Welsh.

 

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