Match Preview: Greenock Morton vs Queen’s Park


“It goes without saying that it’s the biggest game of the season and it’s one that we are all really looking forward to. Whilst we know we have qualified for the play-offs, we obviously have aspirations of winning the league and to do that, we know we really need to win both remaining games.”

“Next week counts for nothing at this stage though and we are under no illusions that first and foremost, we need to do our business at Cappielow. Whilst we know there is more than one way to get promoted, we would love to go up as champions, but to do that, we are going to have to be at our best against a very good Greenock Morton side who are hard working and have some real quality in their ranks.”

“We felt the last game against them, the 2-2 draw at Ochilview was a game we should have won, having been in the ascendency but that is behind us now. We go into this one having picked up four hard fought points from our last two games against Hamilton Accies and Ayr United and with the squad having prepared well for it.”

“It’s fair to say we have had nervous games and that’s entirely understandable given that a lot of the squad find themselves in this situation for the first time at this level but we have learned from that and know that the task at hand today is very clear, we simply have to go and win the game.”

“We are always positive in how we send the players out in terms of their mindset and how we want to play the game and that won’t change this afternoon. We know how tough a challenge it is going to be given Morton are chasing a play-off position and looking for three points. It’s a huge game for both teams and I think you’ll see two very attacking minded sides going all out to win the game.”

“On the squad front we are pleased to have Stephen Eze available again, he has missed out in recent weeks with a stomach injury, which in truth he has been dealing with for a couple of months. Lee Kilday, who went off in the first half last week returned to training this week and we will give him every opportunity to make it. Other than a couple of niggling injuries I’m hopeful we have a full squad to choose from.”


Tickets are available from the following outlets:

Ticket Prices

  • Adult – £22
  • Concession (Over 65s, 18-20 year olds) – £16
  • 12-17 Year Old – £12
  • Under 12 – £3

Please note: 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. Prices apply irrespective of the day or time of purchase.

Children Under-12 must be accompanied by an adult when purchasing a ticket and at all times within the stadium. Any child unaccompanied will not be permitted entry to the ground.

Queen’s Park fans will be housed in sections F&G of the Main Stand.

Purchase tickets online HERE.

Flags and banners with fire certificates can be accommodated in sections F&G. Flags and banners without, can be accommodated on the fence at the side.


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