Dunfermline Athletic

Preview Queen of the South

Tuesday, 7th Mar 2017

Ladbrokes Championship: (home) Tuesday 7th March 2017, kick off 7.45pm at East End Park.

Dunfermline Athletic will play one of their games in hand when they welcome Gary Naismith`s Queen of the South to East End Park on Tuesday night. The Dumfries side`s win in Dunfermline in August was the seventh of ten wins in their first twelve matches. Form and then managers changed until now in fifth place they meet sixth placed Dunfermline.

Pars v Queen of the South: The Full League Record
 . P W D L F A
At East End Park 34 23 5 6 84 37
At Palmerston Park 37 13 6 18 48 63
Division One (before 1975) 16 8 1 7 31 25
Division Two (before 1975) 16 8 0 8 35 31
First Division (since 1975) 29 17 6 6 55 36
Second Division (since 1975) 8 3 3 2 9 5
Championship 2 0 1 1 2 3
TOTALS 71 36 11 24 132 100

Dunfermline have 36 league wins to 24 Queen of the South wins, 11 have been drawn. . Queens two wins in 2009 were their first league wins at East End Park in over 53 years!

Milestones v Queen of the South (home)

Last League Victory



First Division

Last League Defeat




Best League Victory



Div One (old)



First Division

Worst League Defeat



First Division

Last Time QOS at East End Park
Dunfermline 0 Queen of the South 1
27th August 2016

There was only one goal, it came with the interval beckoning. Stephen Dobbie was taken down by Rhys McCabe and the Dumfries side were awarded a free kick 35 yards out. Jamie Hamill sent the ball to the outside of the far post where Andy Dowie headed the ball back across the face of goal for Derek LYLE to head home the 45th minute opener. Simple but effective 0-1

In 62 minutes the Pars were reduced to ten men after Jason Talbot went in with both feet on his old team mate Kyle Jacobs. The ten men made a gallant effort to rescue a point but failed to find the net despite creating good chances.

DUNFERMLINE: David Hutton: Ryan Williamson, Lee Ashcroft, Ben Richards-Everton, Jason Talbot: Rhys McCabe (Lewis Spence 80), Andy Geggan (c), Kallum Higginbotham (Paul McMullan HT), Michael Paton: Michael Moffat (Lewis Martin 64), Gavin Reilly.
SUBS NOT USED: Euan Spark, Callum Fordyce, Cammy Gill (GK)

QUEEN OF THE SOUTH: Lee Robinson: Jamie Hamill, Jordan Marshall, Andy Dowie, Darren Brownlie: Grant Anderson, Mark Millar (Callum Tapping 88), Kyle Jacobs, Lyndon Dykes (Steven Rigg 83), Derek Lyle (Dale Hilson 72), Stephen Dobbie.
SUBS NOT USED: Owen Moxon, Jake Pickard, Chris Higgins, Robbie Thomson (GK)

Last Twelve League Matches v Queen of the South






17/12/16 A 2-2 D Championship
27/08/16 H 0-1 L Championship
16/04/11 H 6-1 W First Division
26/02/11 A 3-1 W First Division
11/12/10 H 1-0 W First Division
02/10/10 A 0-2 L First Division
27/03/10 A 0-2 L First Division
13/03/10 H 3-1 W First Division
01/12/09 A 2-1 W First Division
26/09/09 H 1-4 L First Division
02/05/09 A 3-0 W First Division
31/01/09 H 0-2 L First Division

The Pars have won six of the last twelve league meetings.

Dunfermline . Queen of the South
Current League Position
6 5
Recent form: Last Six Games
League Points
30 34
Goal Difference
-1 -2
Home / AwayLeague Record
P12, W4, D5, L3 P12, W4, D4, L4

From a strong position where they looked strong contenders for promotion Queen of the South then put in a run of two goalless draws followed by seven straight defeats. In fact between mid September and Hogmanay they took just five points from a possible 39. Dunfermline have only lost one of their last eleven league matches.

 . . Form last six matches.
 . . Dunfermline  .  .  . Queen of the South .
 . Dumbarton (H) W  .5-1  . Falkirk (H) L 0-2
 . Hibernian (A) D 2-2  . Raith Rovers (H) W 2-1
 . Hamilton (A) D  .1-1  . Dundee United (H) L 2-3
 . Hamilton (H) D 1-1  . Morton (H) W 3-0
 . Falkirk (A) L  .0-2  . Hibernian (H) L


 . Dundee United (H) D 1-1  . Dumbarton (A) W 2-1

Queen of the South have played all five of their last matches at home and have a rollercoaster lose-win sequence in the last six matches. . They are unbeaten away from home since before Christmas.

Last Time Out

DUNFERMLINE (v Dumbarton): Sean Murdoch: Andy Geggan (c), Callum Morris, Lee Ashcroft, Jason Talbot: Nat Wedderburn (Lewis Spence 73): Kallum Higginbotham, John Herron (Rhys McCabe 58), Paul McMullan: Nicky Clark, Michael Moffat (Gavin Reilly 76).
SUBS NOT USED: Joe Cardle, Michael Paton, Callum Fordyce, David Hutton (GK)

QUEEN OF THE SOUTH (v Falkirk): Lee Robinson: Jamie Hamill, Jordan
Marshall, Andy Dowie, Darren Brownlie: Grant Anderson, Mark Millar (Jake Pickard 85), Kyle Jacobs, Lyndon Dykes, Derek Lyle (Dale Hilson 67), Stephen Dobbie (Owen Moxon 94)
SUBS NOT USED: Steven Rigg, Scott Hooper, Callum Tapping, Robbie Thomson (GK)

Referee will be Euan Anderson

C`mon Ye Pars!

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