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SPFL Ladbrokes Championship
Sat 8 February, 2020. Kick Off: - 15:00
Dens Park

Supporter Information: 

Admission Details: 

Thistle fans will be located in the Bob Shankly Stand. Cash turnstiles will be in effect on the day.

Adults – £24

Concessions(seniors & students): £16

Under 18s: £10

Disabled Supporters(with free carer if required): £16

 

Supporters’ Buses:

City Centre Branch:

Pick ups:

Q Club – 11:15

Station Bar – 11:30

Non members welcome.

Please call 07979496154 or email   for any further information.

John Lambie Jordanhill Branch:

Pick ups:

Jordanhill Station – 12:30

Thornwood Bar – 12:35

Prices:

Adults – £16

Concessions – £8

All Jags fans are welcome but booking is essential.

For seats please contact Alistair on 07817612563 or email  

For general enquires please contact Iain on 07779668357 or email  

North-West Branch:

Pick ups:

Milngavie Station – 12:00

Esquire House – 12:20

Maryhill Community Halls – 12:35

Non-Members fares:

Concessions – £10

Full fare – £16

To reserve seats, please e-mail   or call 0141 632 3604.

 

JagZoneLIVE v Dundee

Our audio commentary service, JagZoneLIVE, will be broadcasting from Dens Park as Partick Thistle look to record another big victory at the home of the Dee.

The build-up to the game with our commentary team will begin at 2:45pm, 15 minutes ahead of kick-off.

To listen to the broadcast, simply log in to your Jagzone account, click on the audio commentary tab and press the play button on the player.

Jagzone LIVE is only available to Jagzone subscribers so sign up here to listen to the show.

Dundee
36
Conor Hazard
5
Jordan Forster
6
Josh Meekings
7
Christophe Berra
8
Shaun Byrne (Finlay Robertson 65)
10
Paul McGowan
11
Declan McDaid
14
Graham Dorrans
16
Christie Elliott
20
Ross Callachan (Andrew Nelson 77)
28
Kane Hemmings (Oliver Crankshaw 90)
 
Subs
1
Jack Hamilton
9
Andrew Nelson
15
Tom Field
17
Oliver Crankshaw
19
Finlay Robertson
25
Lyall Cameron
27
Luke Strachan
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Partick Thistle
22
Scott Fox
3
James Penrice
4
Tam O'Ware
5
Darren Brownlie
7
Joe Cardle (Steven Saunders 45)
8
Stuart Bannigan
9
Brian Graham
12
Reece Cole
19
Dario Zanatta
20
Jamie Barjonas (Shea Gordon 45)
21
Lee O'Connor (Alex Jones 71)
 
Subs
1
Jamie Sneddon
10
Alex Jones
14
Shea Gordon
15
Tommy Robson
43
Steven Saunders
77
Mitch Austin
 
Subs
1
Jack Hamilton
9
Andrew Nelson
15
Tom Field
17
Oliver Crankshaw
19
Finlay Robertson
25
Lyall Cameron
27
Luke Strachan
 
Subs
1
Jamie Sneddon
10
Alex Jones
14
Shea Gordon
15
Tommy Robson
43
Steven Saunders
77
Mitch Austin
Match Preview

Dundee v Partick Thistle – 8th February 2020

Partick Thistle look to secure another big victory at Dens Park as they take on Dundee for the third time this season this weekend. Last time they travelled to face the Dee, three goals in five minutes saw them earn a dramatic comeback victory against James McPake’s side but the Jags will probably hope for a more comfortable triumph this time with the need for points growing every week. Jags boss, Ian McCall, spoke to ptfc.co.uk to preview the fixture:

“For us, we need to get wins on the board. I think it’s the same for a lot of teams in the league just now; it’s points over performance. Last Friday, we felt we performed well enough to win without getting the points and we can’t let that happen over and over again.

“We created some decent chances and limited them to very little on the night but ultimately we’ve come away with one point and it really felt like we’d missed out on a good chance for all three so it’s up to us to make sure we take advantage in games like that.”

With the January transfer window now done and dusted, Ian is hoping that his new additions will really improve the side as the weeks go on.

“The Ayr game was our first with all the signings in place and I thought they equipped themselves very well. Brian Graham got another goal and he’s looking good already. We looked more assured at the back overall too so we think we’ve improved the team but now we have to show that by getting those points.”

Looking back at the last time his side went to Dens, McCall is desperate to replicate the result as he looks to lift the team off the bottom of the Championship table.

“It was a funny game, that one. We were poor in the first half and were lucky to only be one down but we made a couple of changes at half-time and looked much better after the break, getting goals at a good time; right at the end of the game. It was a great day for the players and for the travelling supporters.”

Although the Jags find themselves in a perilous position at the moment, the gaffer says he’s not panicking with plenty of games still left to play.

“I’ve been in football too long to be panicking. We’re not in a good spot at the moment and I don’t like that we had to do so much work in January but we’ve got a long way to go this season.”

Ian then gave an update on the squad fitness ahead of this weekend’s game.

“Zak Rudden’s had a scan and is going to miss two or three weeks at the most but definitely won’t be in the squad this weekend. Lewis Mayo and Ryan Williamson are both also out at the moment. Apart from that, everyone is fit.”

More exclusive preview interviews with Dario Zanatta and Thistle assistant manager, Alan Archibald, are now available to JagZone subscribers – log in to view.

Jagzone subscribers will also be able to watch extended highlights of the game.

For a full list of all the great content you can access from just £5.99 per month as a Jagzone member, click here.

Article Copyright © 2020. Permission to use quotations from this article online is only granted subject to appropriate source credit and hyperlink to ptfc.co.uk.

 
90’Full Time
 
45’Kick-Off (2nd half)
 
45’+13’Half-Time
35’Goal Dundee! Kane Hemmings
Dundee 2 - Thistle 0
24’Goal Dundee! Kane Hemmings
Dundee 1 - Thistle 0
 
00’Kick-Off
Match Reaction

Dundee v Partick Thistle – 8th February 2020

Partick Thistle began their February fixtures with a 2-0 defeat to Dundee this evening in the Ladbrokes Championship. The rearranged fixture, moved due to Thistle’s involvement in the Challenge Cup semi-finals, represented a chance for the Jags to earn their first three points of 2020 but the Maryhill men were undone by a first half double by Kane Hemmings. The striker tapped home from a Jordan Forster knockdown to make it 1-0 and then applied a cool finish when through on goal to add to the Dark Blues’ lead. The visitors started the second half brightly but quickly faded away and the game finished 2-0 to the hosts. Jags boss, Ian McCall spoke to ptfc.co.uk following the end of the game:

“I take absolute responsibility for that result; I picked the wrong team. Dundee deserved to win because they went about it the right way in a game where not much football was played but I have to take responsibility for the team I picked.

“We were woeful. Early in the game they were ready and we looked naïve. We didn’t move the ball quickly enough and when they got their chances they took them so we can’t have any complaints.”

The gaffer was particularly disappointed with the manner of the two goals conceded which saw the Dee take a two-goal lead into the break.

“Both goals were giveaways. The first is another set piece and we aren’t learning from our mistakes as far as those go. The second is an individual error and apart from those they haven’t really threatened our goal so it’s even more frustrating.”

The Jags looked lively coming out of the half-time interval but didn’t keep it up and ultimately failed to really test Conor Hazard which was very disappointing for McCall.

“It doesn’t matter if we had a good spell. A game is 90 minutes and we were awful. We didn’t have pride, we weren’t robust and that’s why they’ve won. We’re in a dog fight and we can’t afford to perform like that.”

He finished by offering a message to the travelling support that made the trip to Dens this weekend.

“There were over 350 Thistle fans in that away end and we let every one of them down. They’re support has been great all season and we gave them a great day last time we were here but this afternoon, the booing at the end was fully justified.”

Further reaction to today’s game from Ian McCall and Shea Gordon will be available to JagZone subscribers this evening – log in to view.

Jagzone subscribers will also be able to watch extended highlights of the game.

For a full list of all the great content you can access from just £5.99 per month as a Jagzone member, click here.

Article Copyright © 2020. Permission to use quotations from this article online is only granted subject to appropriate source credit and hyperlink to ptfc.co.uk.

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