Inverness C.T vs Morton | Match Preview

Inverness C.T versus MORTON

cinch Championship

Saturday 4 February 2023

Caledonian Stadium

Kick-off 3pm

Supporter Information

Ahead of Saturday’s match, we have been advised by Inverness CT of possible inconveniences to Morton fans as they make their way to the stadium on the day.

In a similar situation to our last trip to Inverness, we have been advised that parking tickets will most likely be handed out to anyone who parks on Stadium Road near the ground. It is therefore suggested that fans look to situate their vehicle elsewhere if travelling by car.

It is also beneficial for Morton fans to purchase tickets in advance of arriving at the stadium as ticket prices will increase from 12pm onwards tomorrow afternoon.

Scene Setter

It’s a trip to the Highlands tomorrow afternoon as the Ton look to get back to winning ways against Inverness and return to form following a winless start to 2023.

The Ton come into this match having lost the first three league games of 2023 but will make the trip to Inverness confident of a result having won the last two outings at the Caledonian Stadium. Morton sit just one point behind tomorrow’s opponents and remain just three points away from the playoffs with a game in hand.

Billy Dodds’ Inverness have won two of their last five matches and come into this match on the back of defeat to Queen’s Park in the Scottish Cup (this result has since been overturned). Last time out between these sides saw the Ton pick up a 4-0 win at home in front of the BBC Scotland cameras with goals coming from Robbie Muirhead, Grant Gillespie, Cameron Blues and an own goal from David Carson.

View from Dougie Imrie

Morton Milestones and Significant Stats

9 – Robbie Muirhead remains the top scorer in all competitions this season with 9 goals.

3 – Morton have won three of the last four outings against Inverness C.T

Current Connections

Dougie Imrie spent two years playing in the Highlands scoring 11 goals in 78 appearances. The Ton gaffer contributed to helping Caley Thistle win the First Division in 2009/10 in the first half of the season before making the switch to Hamilton in February 2010.

George Oakley joined the Ton following his release from Inverness in January which marked the end of his second spell with the club. The 27-year-old made just under 90 appearances for the Caley Jags across both spells.

Head to Head

October 2022: Morton 4 – 0 Inverness C.T (cinch Championship)
August 2022: Inverness C.T 0-1 Morton (cinch Championship)
April 2022: Morton 0 – 1 Inverness C.T (cinch Championship)
February 2022: Inverness C.T 0 – 1 Morton (cinch Championship)

Recent Results

Inverness C.T
Queen’s Park (H) 3-0 (Scottish Cup Fourth Round) (Queen’s Park fielded an ineligible player)
D Raith Rovers (A) 2-2 (cinch Championship)
D Queen’s Park (H) 0-0 (cinch Championship)
W Arbroath (A) 1-4 (cinch Championship)
W Cove Rangers (H) 6-1 (cinch Championship)

L Arbroath (H) 1-3 (cinch Championship)
L Celtic (A) 5-0 (Scottish Cup Fourth Round)
L Hamilton (A) 1-0 (cinch Championship)
L Partick Thistle (A) 2-1 (cinch Championship)
D Raith Rovers (A) 2-2 (cinch Championship)

Last Line-Ups

Inverness C.T (v Queen’s Park)

Ridgers, Delaney, Devine, Duffy, Carson, Harper, Allardice, Welsh, Henderson, Shaw, McKay

Morton (v Arbroath)

Schwake, King, O’Connor, Baird, Pignatiello, Blues, Grimshaw, Miller, Crawford, Muirhead, Oakley


Referee: Calum Scott

Assistant one: Paul McAvinue

Assistant two: Scott Anderson

Ticket Info

Full ticket information for tomorrow’s match can be found HERE.

Tickets prices before 12pm on matchday:

Adults : £18
Over 65 : £13
Student : £13
16 – 21 : £10
Up to 16 : £6

Ticket prices between 12pm-3pm on matchday:

Adults : £20
Over 65 : £15
Student : £15
Up to 16 : £6

Please note proof of entitlement is required for all concession tickets.