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Their next big Premiership Play-offs meeting will see Arbroath going into battle with Inverness C.T. on Friday.
Our Arbroath v Inverness C.T. predictions, statistics and match poll can be seen below (plus the best game odds).
Arbroath prepare for this fixture coming off the back of a 0-0 Premiership Play-offs stalemate against Inverness C.T.
Their more recent scorelines show that quality has been evident in the Arbroath backline. Arbroath have been stingy, seeing the tally of goals that have gone past their goalkeeper during their past 6 outings standing at 3. With no two games being the same, it remains to be seen if that pattern shall be replicated in this upcoming match.
A run of very capable performances by the Inverness C.T. defence has seen the number of goals they’ve conceded amounting to 3 from their past 6 fixtures in total. In that time, their own forwards have managed to score 9.
Head to head
Checking on their past head to head meetings stretching back to 27/03/2021 shows that Arbroath have won 1 of them & Inverness C.T. 3, with the number of drawn games standing at 2.
6 goals were shared by the two clubs during those clashes, with 1 for The Red Lichties and 5 being from Caley Thistle. That’s an average goals per game figure of 1.
Team News: Arbroath
The Arbroath boss Dick Campbell has a full complement, with no fitness worries whatsoever before this clash with a fully injury-free group to choose from.
Team News: Inverness C.T.
Thanks to a completely injury-free group available to choose from, the Inverness C.T. manager Billy Dodds has no fitness concerns to speak of coming into this match.
Our assessment is that Inverness C.T. and Arbroath may well end up cancelling each other out here.
It’s looking like it could well end up as a draw. We’re therefore predicting a 1-1 draw when the full-time whistle blows.
Our expert partners are tipping under 3.5 goals for this match. Check out their VIP predictions here.
🏟️ Team Focus:
Stadium: Gayfield Park (6,600)
Captain: Colin Hamilton
Chairman: Mike Caird
Manager: Dick Campbell
Competitions: Championship position 2, Premiership Play-offs (Semi-Final)
⭐ Key Player: Michael McKenna
Regularly used in the Central Attacking Midfielder position, Michael McKenna was born in Edinburgh, Scotland. Having made his senior debut playing for Livingston in the 2014 - 2015 season, the skilful Midfielder has struck 15 league goals in this Championship 2021 - 2022 campaign to date in 34 appearances.