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Tomorrow’s match programme

Tomorrow sees Ladbrokes Premiership football return to Maryhill for Partick Thistle’s meeting with Pedro Caixinha’s on-form Rangers side. The Gers travel to the Energy Check Stadium at Firhill as the Jags look to build on last week’s draw against Ross County and in the match programme, programme co-editor, Christopher Dobie, speaks exclusively with fans’ favourite midfielder, Chris Erskine, about his humble beginnings with Thistle, his departure and return, his hopes for the season and, of course, his favourite goals of the 50 so far.

“It’s nice to reach 50 because it something that I didn’t think I’d get to. Obviously, I left in 2013 and I didn’t know whether I’d be back to add to the tally. In the end I’ve been back twice! It’s something that I can be proud of and represents the memories I’ve created with this club.”

Read the full and exclusive interview with Chris Erskine ONLY in tomorrow’s official matchday programme which will be available for purchase from our programme sellers around the ground.

Also inside this week’s issue, priced at only £3:

●     A tribute to the legendary Thistle super fan, Harry Calderhead.

●     The thoughts of Jags boss, Alan Archibald

●     News from around the club over the last couple of weeks.

●     A message from the boardroom, written by Jags Managing Director, Ian Maxwell.

●     A two-page look into the lineage of programme cover star, Chris Erskine’s number ten shirt.

●     Eight pages celebrating 50 magical moments by Chris Erskine.

●     Fun activities for any Junior Jags at tomorrow’s game.

●     As well as much, much more.

Tomorrow’s programme is sure to be a very popular edition so don’t miss out on yours!

You can buy your copy online now here.

A digital version of the programme will be available to all Jagzone World subscribers tomorrow – log in to read it.

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