MORTON versus Queen’s Park
Saturday 17 December 2022
Cappielow Park supported by Dalrada Technology
Despite a cup exit last week, the Ton still come into this match on the back of nine league games unbeaten, six of those coming as wins. The last league outing at home for Morton was a strong 2-1 victory against Partick Thistle. Queen’s Park are coming off the back of a 2-0 victory against Montrose in the SPFL Trust Trophy.
Morton currently sit fourth in the cinch Championship just three points off the top of the table. A win tomorrow afternoon could see the Ton reach the summit should results elsewhere go in favour of the Cappielow side. Queen’s Park are positioned just one point above Morton in the table and will be looking to build on recent form of five wins from their last five games in all competitions.
The last time these two sides met was at the start of October in a match that saw Morton come away with a 2-1 win.
View from Dougie Imrie
We caught up with Dougie Imrie yesterday afternoon as he discussed tomorrow’s match.
Morton Milestones and Significant Stats
9 – Morton are currently on a 9 game unbeaten run in the cinch Championship.
8 – Grant Gillespie and Robbie Muirhead are the current joint top scorers in all competitions for Morton this season.
17 – Morton remain the best defensive side in the cinch Championship with just 17 goals conceded.
Ton captain Grant Gillespie and Jai Quitongo will both face their former side tomorrow afternoon.
Former Ton player Lee Kilday will return to Cappielow tomorrow afternoon as well as Josh McPake who had a short loan spell at the club.
Head to Head
October 2022 – Queen’s Park 1 – 2 Morton (cinch Championship)
October 2020 – Morton 1 – 0 Queen’s Park (Scottish League Cup)
July 2017 – Morton 2 – 2 Queen’s Park (Pens: 4-2) (Scottish League Cup)
September 2016 – Queen’s Park 2 – 0 Morton (Scottish Challenge Cup)
L Raith Rovers (A) 1-1 (4-2) (SPFL Trust Trophy)
D Arbroath (A) 1-1 (cinch Championship)
W Queen of the South (H) 4-1 (Scottish Cup)
W Cove Rangers (A) 1-2 (cinch Championship)
W Partick Thistle (H) 2-1 (cinch Championship)
W Montrose (H) 2-0 (SPFL Trust Trophy)
W Hamilton (H) 4-0 (cinch Championship)
W Peterhead (A) 0-3 (Scottish Cup)
W Raith Rovers (A) 2-5 (cinch Championship)
W Inverness C.T (H) 2-1 (cinch Championship)
Morton (v Raith Rovers)
Schwake, Strapp, Lithgow, O’Connor, Hynes, Grimshaw, Pignatiello, McGregor, King, McGrattan, Kabia
Queen’s Park (v Montrose)
Ferie, Robson, Fox, Kilday, Naismith, Boateng, Bannon, McPake, Savoury, Thomas, Murray
Referee: Greg Aitken
Assistant one: Graeme Leslie
Assistant two: Ian Hart
Full ticket information for tomorrow’s match can be found HERE.
Ticket prices are as follows:
Adult – £22
Concession (Over 65s, 18-20 year olds) – £16
12-17 Year Old – £12
Under 12 – £3