MORTON versus Inverness C.T.                            

Saturday 26 October 2019
Cappielow Park, Greenock
Kick-off 3.00pm

By Ewan Boyle

Scene Setter

Morton are out for revenge against Inverness this weekend as the Ton face their opponents for the first time since their previous 3-1 defeat in the Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup.

The Ton sit a mere two points from bottom placed Partick Thistle but on the contrary, remain also two points from the playoff places and a win may see Morton rise up to 4th place, dependent on results elsewhere.

However, a defeat on Saturday may also see the Ton slip down to bottom place dependent on results emphasising how close the league remains in the first quarter of the season.

The Caley Jags sit 5 points clear in the playoffs going into Saturday’s game and will be hoping to cement their place in the playoff positions with a victory against Morton at Cappielow.

Morton Milestones and Significant Stats

6 – Striker McHugh is Morton’s top scorer this term with six goals in ten starts and four substitute appearances.

40 – Chris Millar is one goal off of scoring a total of 40 goals for the club over his two spells and the midfielder will be hoping, if selected, he can reach this milestone and contribute with a goal tomorrow against Inverness.

Head to Head

Sat 23 Feb 2019: Inverness 1-0 Morton (Ladbrokes Championship)

Tue 16 Apr 2019: Morton 2-2 Inverness (Ladbrokes Championship)

Fri 30 August 2019: Inverness 5-0 Morton (Ladbrokes Championship)

Sat 7 Sep 2019: Inverness 3-1 Morton (Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup)

Last Time Round

Morton crashed out of the Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup in our previous match against Saturday’s opponents after a disappointing loss to Inverness as the Caley Jags ran out 3-1 winners.

The Ton was full of fresh faces and debutants in the game as they looked to avenge their previous week’s result of 5-0 in Inverness.

Goals from Nikolay Todorov, Aaron Doran and Miles Storey all proved to be crucial in allowing Inverness to progress to the fourth round of the Challenge Cup.

It was also a proud day for debutant Alexander Easdale who made his first team debut for Morton in this match at the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium.


Referee: Euan Anderson

Assistant one: Stuart Stevenson

Assistant two: Ryan Kennedy

Fan File

Admission prices are:

Adult | Fan Card: £18, Ticket: £20
Concession (Over 65, Student, and Under 21s) | Fan Card: £13, Ticket: £15
Child (12 – 17)^ | Fan Card: £10, Ticket: £10
Child (Under-12)* | Fan Card: £1, Ticket: £1

^Proof of entitlement must be provided for concessionary tickets, while proof of age is required for children between 12 and 17 and those between 18 and 20.
*Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Please note, prices apply irrespective of the day or time of purchase.

Supporters are asked to purchase in advance where possible in order to avoid excessive queues at the ticket office on a matchday.

Briefs can still be bought from the following outlets:

Smiths of Greenock – During opening hours, 9am – 5.30pm

Sinclair Street ticket office – Saturday matchdays from 12pm to 3pm

Tickets can also be purchased in advance online at or by calling the club on 01475 723571. These can be collected at the ticket office on matchday.

All home fixtures are also available to be pre-loaded onto fan cards via Interstadia’s dedicated club website,