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  1. Dean and Alan discuss the win over Bo'ness, the draw for the Fourth Round and the visit of Dundee United on Saturday.
  2. Dean and Alan discuss the win over Bo'ness, the draw for the Fourth Round draw and the visit of Dundee United on Saturday.
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  4. Morton v Bo’ness United – Match Preview by Russell Gordon. Having ended their interest in the SPFL Trust Trophy in unfortunate circumstances against Airdrieonians last weekend, Morton’s focus now moves onto preventing 101 years of hurt becoming 102 years as our Scottish Gas Scottish Cup campaign begins with the visit of Lowland League Bo’ness United to Cappielow Park supported by Dalrada Technology for the first ever meeting of the two sides. With season tickets not being valid for the match, tickets are available from Fanbase at the link below: Fanbase | Dashboard ( Photo - GBR Photographs. Squad News Whisper it, but there may well be some light at the end of the tunnel. At the time of writing, there’s been no news of additional injuries since the visit of Airdrie, while it was an extremely welcome surprise to see Jai Quitongo and Darragh O’Connor finally get some minutes in their legs after their lengthy layoffs. Calum Waters is of course another long-term casualty who will certainly miss out, but Steven Boyd will return having sat out the Airdrie match through suspension, and Alan Power could be closer to a return. Ryan Mullen may well continue in goal after a sterling performance at the weekend, and Robbie Muirhead will be available in spite of his late ordering off, with his suspension carrying onto next season’s SPFL Trust Trophy campaign. Current Connections We’re really scraping the bottom of the barrel here- there may well be others, but the only one I can find is right back Jamie McCormack, a member of Kenny Shiels’ notorious 2014 side who were relegated in shame after the season from hell. McCormack played ten times in that side before moving onto Brechin City the following season and subsequently Stenhousemuir, East Stirling and Broomhill before joining up with Bo’ness in 2021 and staying at Newton Park for a couple of seasons before moving onto fellow Lowland League side, our old friends Berwick Rangers in the summer. Tale of the Tape Whilst Bo’ness United were only formed in 1945 and have never met Morton, we have previously played the now defunct Bo’ness in league and cup, posting some positive results in the process. Morton kicked off their Scottish Cup campaign in January 1901 with a resounding 10-0 Cappielow victory, but had to wait until 1928 before visiting Bo’ness. In the old Division Two, Bo’ness held the ‘Ton to a credible 2-2 draw at home but didn’t have too much to celebrate in the return fixture as they fell to a 4-0 defeat at Cappielow. The final meeting of the clubs again came in the Scottish Cup First Round, and Morton registered another resounding victory, 9-0 at Cappielow. I don’t think too many would complain were we to register a similar victory to those at the weekend! However, against Lowland League opposition, Morton’s record isn’t quite so glowing. We’ve met sides from the division three times in competitive action since it was formed in 2013, with mixed results. In July 2014, a freshly relegated Morton sneaked through a First Round Challenge Cup tie against Spartans, thanks to a Cameron O’Neill goal on the cusp of half time. There weren’t too many who were delighted with that result and performance, but they’d have taken it when we played Spartans at Ainslie Park only a few months later and fell to a shock 1-2 reverse at the hands of our fifth tier opponents. Under normal circumstances perhaps the worst result in Morton’s history, but in reality, it wasn’t even our worst result of the calendar year. Morton’s only other game against Lowland League opponents was in the dark days of the 2021 as we were just coming out of COVID, when East Kilbride visited and held a depleted Morton side to a 0-0 League Cup Group Stage draw before Morton took an utterly useless bonus point that did nothing for their progression hopes, having already forfeited their previous game against Stranraer due to a COVID outbreak in the squad. Photo - GBR Photographs. Opposition Analysis Three times Scottish Junior Cup winners in the days when the juniors were the more traditional format of Scottish non-league football, Bo’ness were part of the mass migration to the East of Scotland League in 2018, winning promotion to the Lowland League in 2019-20 season, and being joined this summer by local rivals Linlithgow Rose. The B.U’s are currently sitting in fourth place in the Lowland League, although with only the champions even having a chance of promotion and with big-spending East Kilbride sweeping all before them in the league, any dreams of SPFL football will be on the backburner for at least another season. It was our visitors though who came storming out the traps by winning their first five league games to set an early pace, only to hit the skids in dramatic fashion, by losing their next three. Results have been slightly more consistent since then with five wins, a draw with Hearts B and defeats to only Stirling University and Mick Kennedy’s champions-elect, East Kilbride. Their last two victories, 4-2 at home and 4-3 away to former league clubs Cowdenbeath and East Stirling respectively, would suggest that whilst they know their way to goal, there are certainly gaps left at the back The Scottish Cup campaign has seen them twice win without conceding, however. It was Kennedy’s old club, last season’s shock troops, Darvel who were their first victims as they were ruthlessly brushed aside 3-0 at Newton Park- a result that saw the Ayrshire side forced into some pretty drastic cost-cutting measures following an exit they perhaps didn’t anticipate. With Morton in action the previous evening, I took the opportunity to see their 1-0 Second Round victory over East of Scotland Premier Division strugglers Luncarty, and felt Bo’ness produced a professional performance without giving anyone of a Morton persuasion too much to fear against opponents I expected them to take care of more comfortably. It took a late Tom Grant goal to finally settle an affair that Bo’ness had the better of, but had to thank their keeper, the commanding Spaniard Musa Dibaga for snuffing out a spirited Luncarty side and take Stuart Hunter’s side through to this weekend’s Cappielow test. What’s Happening Elsewhere? The weekend kicks off with yet another Fife derby as BBC Scotland chose the least imaginative of fixtures to show as Dunfermline host their cousins from up the road, moneybags Raith Rovers. With Clyde squatting at Hamilton and the Accies at home to Kelty on Saturday, the Bully Wee must be looking at their Friday night home tie with East of Scotland Premier Division Jeanfield Swifts, who spanked Clyde’s fellow League Two strugglers Elgin 6-0, with a degree of trepidation. Now non-league Albion Rovers welcome Bonnyrigg to Cliftonhill, whist Annan will be looking for a repeat of their resounding play-off victory over Dumbarton, and Alloa will have to be on their toes against a Dunbar United side who took care of East Fife last time around. There are three all non-league ties, with Pollok making the long journey to Brora Rangers, Broxburn hosting Buckie Thistle and Broomhill making the trip to Cumnock. Best of luck to Formartine for their visit to Grangemouth, and to Tranent against Raymond McKinnon’s Forfar. Arbroath, Ayr, Dundee United and Airdrie all travel to lower league opposition in the shape of Spartans, Peterhead, Queen of the South and Stranraer respectively, in ties all will expect to negotiate, while there’s another all-Championship derby at Firhill, as Queen’s Park visit Partick. Completing the card are a couple of all-League One fixtures, with Montrose hosting Edinburgh City and Cove visiting Stirling Albion. Photo - GBR Photographs. Betting Guide All odds are supplied by McBookie. All odds correct as of 7am on 24th November 2023 and are subject to change. Please only bet within your means and visit BeGambleAware if you are struggling. It’s not often we say it, but Morton are clear favourites to win the match at 2/9, with Bo’ness priced at 9/1 and the draw at 19/4. Match Officials Referee- Craig Napier AR 1- Alan Mulvanny AR 2- Ross Anderson
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  6. Morton v Airdrieonians – Match Preview by Russell Gordon. With the focus across Europe moving from the club game to internationals whilst the lesser nations who are yet to confirm their places in Germany next summer strive to do so, or at least scrape their way into a play-off spot with the other also rans, here in Scotland we can sit back, relax and focus on the real business- the SPFL Trust Trophy Quarter Finals. The only all-Championship tie of the round takes place at Cappielow Park supported by Dalrada Technology, as Airdrieonians get the pleasure of making their third visit of the season to civilisation. With season tickets not being valid for the match, tickets are available from Fanbase at the link below: Fanbase | Dashboard ( Photo - GBR Photographs. Squad News It’s been difficult keeping up with Morton’s injury troubles week-by-week, with new casualties seemingly added to the list after every game. Jai Quitongo appears to be getting closer to full fitness, but I’d expect he’ll still be unlikely to make an appearance against the Diamonds. Likewise, Darragh O’Connor will still be unavailable. Calum Waters is another long-term absentee, having recently been admitted to the already busy treatment room at Cappielow, along with Robbie Muirhead and Alan Power. Ryan Mullen has appeared in Morton’s previous two SPFL Trust Trophy ties, but whilst he was on the bench last week, his fitness, has also been called into question, and he could also miss out. To add to Dougie Imrie’s selection woes, Tyler French will also sit out having played for Dundee’s B team earlier in the competition, while Steven Boyd is suspended after bookings against Elgin & Kelty Hearts in earlier rounds. Current Connections Unfortunately, Airdrie’s matchwinner on their last visit to face Morton at Cappielow needs no introduction- ex-Morton youngster Lewis McGregor stuck the only goal of the game to take the points to Monklands, much to the delight of some of his family who appeared to feel he was unjustly treated during his time on the Tail o’ the Bank. Charlie Telfer had a more profitable spell in Greenock than McGregor, spending 2018-19 season with Morton and scoring the second goal in a memorable win in Grangemouth that ultimately saw him playing League One football the following season as he moved onto Falkirk. Airdrie reserve keeper David Hutton spent a season at Cappielow in 2012-23 as understudy to Derek Gaston. Airdrie’s Hibernian loanee Josh O’Connor’s dad Garry had an inglorious spell at Morton in 2014 as we slipped into League One in disgrace, whilst Jai Quitongo enjoys an uneasy relationship with the Diamonds, after his brother Rico’s unhappy spell in Airdrie ended in controversy over allegations as to how he was treated by the club and their fans. Photo - GBR Photographs. Tale of the Tape With Airdrie only recently having joined Morton in the Championship, and their recent win at Cappielow being fresh in the memory, I’ll look at how the clubs have fared when meeting in cup competitions in fairly recent memory. Since the original Airdrie’s liquidation in 2002, this is the fourth time the clubs have been drawn together in cup competitions, with Morton holding the upper hand, and every tie having been drawn at Cappielow. The first cup tie between the clubs was a Challenge Cup Second Round match in 2003, a matter of days after Airdrie’s controversial defeat at the same venue on the league season’s opening day. Airdrie were to win 2-1 to this occasion, thanks to goals from Jerome Veraille and Mark Roberts cancelling out John Maisano’s opener, before going onto the final where they lost 0-2 to Inverness. I won’t talk about how the league campaign went! The next cup meeting wasn’t until January 2011 when Second Division Airdrie visited for a Scottish Cup fourth round tie and looked to be on the verge of causing a minor upset against their First Division opponents thanks to goals from Gary Mackay-Steven and ex-Morton winger Jamie Stevenson, before Brian Graham and Stewart Kean scored to force a replay at New Broomfield. Morton made no mistake in the replay, with goals from David O’Brien, an Allan Jenkins double, Graham again and a Carlo Monti penalty easing the ‘Ton through with a 5-2 scoreline that flattered their opponents in truth. The last cup meeting was again in the Scottish Cup, this time in 2014. After a turgid 0-0 draw that saw Joe McKee sent off at Cappielow, Morton travelled to Airdrie ten days later and an Andy Barrowman double took Morton through to a fourth round tie at Spartans. Less said about that the better. Opposition Analysis Since their win at Cappielow in September, Airdrie have had a tricky time of it, drawing twice and losing three times in the league before last weekend’s win over Arbroath pushed them into the final play-off place, a full nine points ahead of a Morton side that’s rooted to the bottom of the table. While the defeat to Ayr and draw with Queen’s Park would have disappointed the Diamonds’ faithful and the defeat to a resurgent Inverness was perhaps not ideal, a home defeat by title favourites Dundee United was perhaps expected and a draw at Stark’s Park an excellent return against big-spending Raith Rovers. Airdrie’s cup campaign thus far has seen a 3-2 win at Stirling University and a 4-2 success against Rangers B at Cappielow, with manager Rhys McCabe’s terrific free kick providing the highlight of that particular match. Hopefully our visitors don’t enjoy their third visit of the season to Greenock as much as they did their previous two. Photo - GBR Photographs. What’s Happening Elsewhere? Two quarter finals take place on Friday night, with Championship favourites Dundee United visiting League One minnows Falkirk for the live TV fixture on BBC ALBA, whilst New Douglas Park sees a re-run of last year’s final, as United and Falkirk’s respective nearest challengers, big spending Raith Rovers and hosts Hamilton meet. Arbroath get the plum draw with a trip to Shropshire to visit Welsh Champions (who aren’t actually Welsh) The New Saints. With both Dunfermline and Inverness already out of the competition, their league match that was due to be played on 31st October is re-arranged for this weekend. Quite a convenient arrangement as it allowed Dunfermline to put their feet up while Morton faced big-spending Raith Rovers a matter of days before the Pars’ Cappielow visit the other week. There’s a party at Hampden on Sunday as already qualified Scotland host a Norway side who can’t qualify automatically and will be keeping their fingers crossed that they can secure a play-off place by hook or by crook. Betting Guide All odds are supplied by McBookie. All odds correct as of 7am on 17th November 2023 and are subject to change. Please only bet within your means and visit BeGambleAware if you are struggling. Airdrie are slight favourites heading into the match at 7/5, with Morton priced at 13/8 and the draw at 12/5. Match Officials Referee- Ross Hardie AR 1- John McCrossan AR 2- Colin Drummond
  7. Dean, Alan and Craig discuss the 2-1 defeat to Partick and preview the visit of Airdrieonians in the SPFL Trust Trophy.
  8. Partick vs Morton – Match Preview by Dean McKinnon The Ton head up the M8 on Saturday afternoon hoping a second away win of the campaign can lift Dougie Imrie’s men out of the relegation zone for the first time since Matchday 5. Back-to-back home defeats to Raith and Dunfermline have lowered the mood around Cappielow, with the Sinclair Street faithful looking for Dougie Imrie and his players to gain a positive result before the two-week Championship hiatus, as attentions turn to the national team, the SPFL Trust Trophy and the Scottish Cup. Photo - GBR Photographs. Squad News After three matches in seven days, the away support will hope that the squad have managed to rid themselves of their battle wounds. With the change of shape midway through the last two encounters, Imrie may opt to return to a back four in an attempt to arrest his side’s poor defensive record. Darragh O’Connor’s long-term injury worsens the defensive frailties in this season’s squad. Jai Quitongo’s lengthy spell on the sidelines may be coming to an end, but the likelihood of the attacker appearing on Saturday still appear slim. Current Connections Robbie Muirhead, Jai Quitongo and Robbie Crawford have all had fleeting spells in Maryhill. Robbie Muirhead joined on loan from fellow Premiership side Dundee United in the 2015/16 campaign, scoring twice in a 5-2 win against his former side Kilmarnock before returning to Tayside after only eight appearances for The Jags. Quitongo made the short move up the M8 to join Partick after deciding to leave Morton at the end of the 2017/18 campaign. The explosive forward scored once in thirteen appearances in Maryhill before accepting a move to Iran. Robbie Crawford was a bit-part player for Partick in 2021/22. Following his release from Motherwell, he would turn out for the Glasgow side sixteen times before making the move to the Tail o’ the Bank. Skipper Brian Graham started his career at Morton. After clashing with manager Alan Moore over Graham’s fitness levels, he opted for pastures new, signing for Raith Rovers ahead of the 2011/12 season. He would join Partick in 2020, scoring 47 goals in 100 appearances to date. In a current connections section focused on short spells, Partick manager Kris Doolan takes the gold medal, spending a whole 12 minutes representing The Ton under David Hopkin. Tale of the Tape Morton hosted Partick on 2nd September in what turned out to be a nightmare for The Ton. Robbie Muirhead netted once again against his former side in the 15th minute with a world class free kick before Steven Lawless took advantage of lacklustre defending to level the clash at the interval. Former Morton man Brian Graham netted two near-identical goals at the back post within ninety seconds of each other before Harry Milne was given a second booking for a challenge on Robbie Crawford. Tomi Adeloye rounded out a frustratingly comfortable afternoon for the visitors in the late stages, being allowed far too much room to work the ball onto his left foot before blasting past Jamie MacDonald. Photo - GBR Photographs. Opposition Analysis Kris Doolan’s men appear to be finding their feet in this Championship campaign. Despite a couple of dodgy home results in September, losing 3-2 in the SPFL Trust Trophy to Queen of the South and being rolled over 3-0 by Arbroath in the Championship, the Glasgow side appear to have steadied the ship. Despite champions-elect Dundee United hitting them for five at Firhill a few weeks ago; a comfortable 3-0 win over Dunfermline, a stalemate in the Highlands against Inverness, draws with Queens Park and Ayr and a 3-1 win against Arbroath in Angus mean that The Jags sit comfortably in third place in the table. Partick’s ability to find the net appears to be the main reason for their success so far this term, with their twenty-four goal haul this term a feat only bested by table topping Dundee United. Their rich goalscoring form has masked their defensive frailties this season, with their rearguard being breached on nineteen occasions. Betting Guide The hosts head into this as favourites, listed as 8/11 to earn all three points. The draw is priced at 14/5, with Dougie Imrie‘s men 3/1 to claim back-to-back away wins. Looking at player odds, Sinclair Street’s top goalscorer Robbie Muirhead is 5/2 to score anytime, with a goal against his former club always being received well by the Partick fans. 7/2 is your reward if you fancy his namesake Robbie Crawford to net against his old side. There is an unfortunate sense of inevitability concerning a Brian Graham goal against Morton, with the prospect of Evs perhaps cushioning the blow. What’s Happening Elsewhere? Dundee United travel to Fife to face Dunfermline in front of the BBC Scotland cameras tomorrow night as The Tangerines look to continue their unbeaten Championship run. Championship newcomers Airdrieonians host Arbroath with both teams looking to build a healthy cushion away from the relegation zone. Ayr head up the A9 to face Inverness as both sides look to kick start their campaigns, and Queens Park host Raith Rovers at the national stadium, with the Fifers looking for a win to cement their grip on second place. Photo - GBR Photographs. Match Officials Referee - Alan Muir AR1 - Gordon Crawford AR2 - Scott Bunting
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  11. Away Day Guide – Partick (11th November) Photo - Tickets – Admission prices are as follows - Adults £20, Concessions (Over 65s, students, disabled and carer) £15, Under 16s £5. Supporters can purchase tickets here. Disabled Supporters Info – The disabled section at Firhill, for both home and away fans, can be accessed via the large red disabled access gate at the North West corner of the stadium, where the John Lambie Stand and the Colin Weir Stand meet. Disabled toilets are situated as follows; Colin Weir Stand – adjacent to the wheelchair section John Lambie Stand – in the concourse at the rear of the stand. Tickets for the wheelchair section, situated in the Colin Weir Stand, will be available to purchase (cash only) on the day from the red disabled access gate. Supporters Buses – The Gourock Morton Supporters bus will depart from The Old Wherry Tavern at 1pm. The price will be decided on the day. Message their page on Facebook or contact Mark on 07847847357 to book a space. The Port Glasgow Morton Travel Club bus will leave The Caledonian Bar at 2pm. The cost will be decided on the day. Message their page on Facebook or contact Mark on 07903065204 to book a space. By Train – There are two services an hour to Glasgow Central on the low line, departing Gourock :08 and :38 every hour, as well as one train an hour on the high line, departing Wemyss Bay at :57 every hour. Trains back to Inverclyde after the match are less frequent, shown in the image below. Please double check the final destination of all these services before boarding. From Glasgow Central, a taxi is the quickest and easiest way through to Maryhill, or alternatively, take the Subway over to St George’s Cross station, which is around a twenty-minute walk to Firhill. All information taken from the ScotRail website. By Car – Use the postcode G20 7AL for the stadium. Without traffic, the estimated journey time from Cappielow to Firhill is 29 minutes via the M8. There is free on-street parking on Garscube Road and adjacent streets on route to the stadium. Firhill Road usually closes between 2.30pm and 5pm. Pre-Match – Photo - If you’re looking to break up the journey from Greenock to Maryhill, the Toby Jug is a thirty second walk from Glasgow Central on Hope Street (97 Hope St, Glasgow G2 6LL). Upon arrival in Maryhill, Munns (610 Maryhill Rd, Glasgow G20 7ED) is the closest pub to the stadium and is around a five-minute walk from the away turnstiles. Munns opens at 11am and is a traditional football pub which welcomes home fans and away fans. They sell 35ml spirits, have a pool table and dart board and a separate lounge area. Photo - GlasgowGuide
  12. Dean, Alan and Stu discuss Friday night's defeat, the confidence of the squad and Saturday's trip to Firhill.
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