Raith Rovers will take a precious lead to Easter Road on Saturday in the second leg of the Premiership quarter-final after this narrow but dramatic win over Hibs.
When Kyle Benedictus was at Dundee, he was part of the famous “Deefiant” squad that defied all the odds to overcome a 25-point deduction to preserve the club’s then First Division status.
Raith boss Ray McKinnon has issued a rallying call to the club’s fans ahead of tomorrow night’s Ladbrokes Premiership quarter-final, first-leg play-off against Hibs.
Iain Davidson has already won promotion to the Premiership with Dundee – however he admits if he can do the same with home town club Raith this season it will be an even bigger achievement.
With Raith and Livingston already destined to be battling for promotion and to avoid relegation respectively through the play-offs, on paper there seems little at stake for either side when they meet this Sunday in the final regulation league match of the season.
Raith boss Ray McKinnon insists everyone in his squad will have a part to play as his side gear up for the promotion play-offs.
Ross Callachan admits the Raith players have nothing to lose in the Premiership promotion play-offs – as they never expected to be there in the first place.
Raith boss Ray McKinnon says he will have no hesitation playing James Craigen against Falkirk tomorrow night – despite the fact the player has signed a pre-contract with the Bairns for next season.
Raith Rovers chief executive Eric Drysdale has revealed that the club have been delighted by the response so far from fans to their “early bird” season ticket offer.