Arbroath versus MORTON

Saturday 4 January 2020

Ladbrokes Championship

Gayfield, Arbroath

Kick-off 3pm

Scene Setter

The first game of 2020 and the new decade is due to take place on Saturday as the Ton travel up to Arbroath.

This will be Morton’s 20th Ladbrokes Championship match of the season and the Ton will be hoping to start the decade off with a bang with a result in Arbroath.

A trip to Inverness for Dick Campbell’s men in their final match of 2019 saw them earn themselves a 1-0 victory and are now placed in 7th place in the Ladbrokes Championship.

The Licthies will be hoping to continue their good start to the season with a win at Gayfield against the Ton and climb up the table.

It was not to be for Morton in their final match of 2019 when they were defeated 2-1 at home to Partick Thistle and the Ton will be hoping to put in a good performance to ensure they earn the result they desire.

Current Connections

Former Morton goalkeeper Derek Gaston signed for Arbroath in the summer of 2019 after a successful career at Morton. Gaston made over 200 appearances and pulled off some memorable saves in his time, including a sensational save to deny a Stephen Dobbie effort against Queen of the South two seasons ago.

Bobby Linn was also signed by Morton in 2007 and featured for Morton in 22 matches in his time at the club.

Head to Head

14 January 2005: Morton 2-0 Arbroath

4 March 2005: Arbroath 0-1 Morton

19 October 2019: Arbroath 1-0 Morton

16 November 2019: Morton 1-0 Arbroath


Referee: Gavin Duncan

Assistant one: Dougie Potter

Assistant two: David Dunne

Fan File

The ticket prices for the match at Gayfield are as follows:

£18 – Adults
£10 – Concessions (Child, Students, OAP 65+, Disability Entry with a free carer)
£20 – Adult and Child Gate

Gayfield Park is situated beside the North Sea on the A92, as it passes through the town. The postcode is DD11 1QB and nearest street is Queens Drive.

If travelling by train, Arbroath station is on the main East Coast line between Dundee and Aberdeen with all Scotrail and LNER express trains stopping.

Gayfield is approximately a 10 minute walk from the railway station turn left as you come out of the main entrance to the station and walk down the West Port, then turn right at the bottom onto Millgate Loan and Gayfield is about a quarter of a mile ahead where this road meets with the A92.