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QOS | Match Preview | 23/04/22
April 22, 2022

News /Game News

QOS | Match Preview | 23/04/22

As the Championship season enters the penultimate round of fixtures, Ayr United travel to play Queen of the South in a huge game for both sides. Ayr need a point to ensure they will avoid automatic relegation but will need to better Dunfermline’s results across the last two games to avoid the play off.

The Honest Men suffered a 2-1 defeat away to Dunfermline last weekend meaning the two are now level on points, goal difference, goals scored and goals against. A first half penalty from Aaron Muirhead gave United a deserved half time lead. Lee Bullen’s men could and probably should have been out of sight before late strikes from Reece Cole and Nikolay Todorov turned the game on its head and sent the terrific travelling fans home disappointed.

Opposition

Queens, who are rooted to the foot of the table, looked to be staring down the barrel of relegation after a 5-1 defeat away to Arbroath last weekend. However, a hugely important 2-1 win at home to Inverness on Tuesday night means Queens live to fight another day. Queens final two games are against United and Dunfermline and only two wins (and a little help from elsewhere) will see them survive. Queens have scored 33 goals this season whilst conceding 52 – but Ayr are only two goals better off on both of these. 

Team News

Ben Dempsey and Blaine Rowe are out.  

The Manager Says:

“We played so well last week and we were hugely disappointed to get nothing but there is a determination amongst the players to get us over the line. Queens went for it on Tuesday night and we have to be aware of that again on Saturday but we need to focus on ourselves and we are focussed on getting the three points on Saturday. The support has been excellent and there is no better feeling for the players than being backed by such a brilliant support and we’re hopeful of that down in Dumfries.”

Have a listen to what gaffer, Lee Bullen and Daire O’Connor had to say ahead of the trip to Queen of the South: https://ayrunitedfc.co.uk/black-white-tv

Head to Head

Ayr United wins - 29
Draws - 16
Queen of the South Wins – 38

Queens have won two of the three meetings between the sides this season including an emphatic 3-0 win at Palmerston in December. The Honest Men have not won at Palmerston since August 2002.

Last Meeting: Aidan Fitzpatrick scored the only goal of the game back in February as Queens triumphed 1-0 at Somerset Park.

Ayr Lined Up: McAdams, Houston, McGinty, Baird (Adeloye 63'), Reading, McKenzie (O'Connor 63'), Muirhead, McInroy, Maxwell (Gondoh 76'), Dempsey, Ashford

Match Officials

Referee – William Collum

Assistant Referee – Drew Kirkland

Assistant Referee – Brian Christie

Live Coverage

Admission Details:

Entry is by ticket only. There is no option to buy online. Ticket offices are open at:

Arena - 12.30pm

BDS Stand - 1.00pm

Please note that the BDS Stand ticket office is CASH ONLY. If you wish to purchase your ticket by card then you should use the Arena ticket office.

 

Ticket prices:

Adults: £18

Concessions: £10 (Over 65s, 18-21 year olds)

U18s: FREE (you must still get a ticket).

 

Accessible Tickets:

Adult: £8

OAP/Concession: £5

U18: FREE (you must still get a ticket).

 

Live Streaming: If you can't make it to Palmerston, then stream the match live at home on https://www.qostv.co.uk/