Preview Queen of the SouthSaturday, 7th Mar 2020
Ladbrokes Championship: Saturday 7th March 2020 kick off 3.00pm at East End Park
Queen of the South provide the Pars opposition for the second time in five fixtures. While the Fifers have won four points from three matches, Queens have picked up just two points from their five league games since the Pars visit to Palmerston at the beginning of last month.
Milestones Queen of the South (Home)
Last League Victory | 02/11/19 2-0 | Championship
Last League Defeat | 20/10/18 | 0-1 | Championship
Best League Victory
30/12/72 | 6-1 | Div One (old)
16/04/11 | 6-1 | First Division
Worst League Defeat | 09/12/17 | 2-5 | Championship
Last Twelve League Matches v Queen of the South
Date: H/A F-A WDL League
01/02/20: (A) 3-2 W Championship
02/11/19: (H) 2-0 W Championship
10/08/19: (A) 1-1 D Championship
20/04/19: (A) 1-2 L Championship
02/03/19: (H) 1-0 W Championship
15/12/18: (A) 0-0 L Championship
20/10/18: (H) 0-1 L Championship
31/03/18: (H) 3-1 W Championship
24/02/18: (A) 0-0 D Championship
09/12/17: (H) 2-5 L Championship
14/10/17: (A) 0-0 D Championship
06/05/17: (A) 1-0 W Championship
In the last twelve meetings, Dunfermline have won five, Queen of the South four and three have been drawn.
Last meeting at East End Park
Dunfermline 2 Queen of the South 0
Saturday 2nd November 2019, Ladbrokes Championship
After a goalless first half the goal that was certainly becoming more likely duly happened in 57 minutes. Running on to a hefty Lee Ashcroft ball, Greg Kiltie beat Scott Mercer on the left to send in a right footed cross that Ryan DOW met on the edge of the box. He beat off the challenge of Darren Pybus and Lee Kilday and despite Kevin Holt’s efforts on the goal line the Pars were ahead. 1-0
Kevin NISBET doubled the advantage in 82 minutes, running on to a Kyle Turner pass up the left touchline, evaded the challenge of Kilday to cut in from the left edge of the box, denied Semple and crashed the ball past Robby McCrorie. 2-0
DUNFERMLINE: Ryan Scully: Aaron Comrie, Lee Ashcroft, Lewis Martin, Josh Edwards: Ryan Dow, Paul Paton (c), Kyle Turner, Greg Kiltie, Kevin Nisbet, Andy Ryan (Tom Beadling 75).
SUBS NOT USED: Gabby McGill, Harry Cochrane, Danny Devine, Josh Coley, Miller Fenton, Cammy Gill (GK)
QUEEN OF THE SOUTH: Robby McCrorie: Scott Mercer, Lee Kilday, Callum Semple, Kevin Holt: Daniel Pybus, Lewis Kidd, Abdul Osman (Darren Lyon 55), Faissal El Bakhtaoui (Connor Murray 37), Jack Hamilton, Stephen Dobbie (c).
SUBS NOT USED: Gary Oliver, Andrew McCarthy, Ewan Gourlay, Craig Burns (GK).
Form Last League Matches
Dunfermline have won two of their last six matches and at home have won seven of their fourteen league games including two of their last three.
Queen of the South have lost six of their last eight league matches and they have yet to win a match in 2020.
Arbroath (A) D 0-0
Dundee United (H) W 2-0
Inverness Caley Thistle (H) L 1-2
Queen of the South (A) W 3-2
Dundee (H) W 2-0
Morton (A) L 2-3
QUEEN OF THE SOUTH
Partick Thistle (A) D 0-0
Morton (H) L 0-4
Dundee (H) L 0-1
Arbroath (A) L 0-2
Morton (A) D 2-2
Dunfermline (H) L 2-3
Current League Stats
League Position: 5th
League Points: 35
Goal Difference: +5
League Record: P26 W10 D5 L10 GF39 GA34
Home League Record: P11 W7 D2 L5 GF24 GA16
Last Six League Match Form: LWWLWD
QUEEN OF THE SOUTH
League Position: 9th
League Points: 27
Goal Difference: -10
League Record: P26 W7 D6 L13 GF26 GA36
Away League Record: P12 W3 D4 L5 GF9 GA16
Last Six League Match Form: LDLLLD
Teams last time out
DUNFERMLINE (v Arbroath): Owain Fôn Williams: Lewis Martin, Lee Ashcroft (Josh Edwards 89), Danny Devine, Euan Murray: Joe Thomson (Ethan Ross 77), Paul Paton (c), Kyle Turner, Dom Thomas: Gabby McGill (Lewis McCann 64), Jonathan Afolabi.
SUBS NOT USED: Tom Beadling, Matthew Todd, Miller Fenton, Cammy Gill (GK)
QUEEN OF THE SOUTH (v Partick Thistle): Ross Stewart: Michael Ledger, Lee Kilday, Callum Semple, Kevin Holt: Darren Lyon, Lewis Kidd, Iain Wilson, Daniel Pybus, Gary Oliver, Stephen Dobbie (Diemantas Petravicius 81).
SUBS NOT USED: Scott Mercer, Jack Hamilton, Ross Irving, Ewan Gourlay, Michael Paton, Jack Leighfield (GK).
Referee for this match will be Greg Aitken who most remember from his last visit to East End Park. Greg Aitken was in charge of the first league match this season - the 2-2 draw with Dundee when two disputed penalties handed the visitors a point.
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