NEWS

Next up for the Bairns, as we return to cinch League One action, is a trip to Firhill where we take on Queen’s Park.

Kick off is at 3pm, Saturday 4th December.

HEAD TO HEAD

The last time Falkirk and Queen’s Park went toe-to-toe was the first meeting between the two in 38 years. Although The Bairns have the better record across the 118 games against Scotland’s oldest club, it was the Glasgow side who took the bragging rights back in August. Usually a high scoring fixture with an average of 3.5 goals a game across all meetings, this season’s first encounter consisted of just one goal; a Simon Murray free-kick that sealed all three points for the visitors.

FORM GUIDE

Up until midway through October, newly promoted Queen’s Park were unbeaten in the league and flying high. Since then it has been a different story with the Spiders failing to secure a win in their last six games in all competitions. The winless streak was kicked off by a narrow defeat to Alloa which saw Euan Henderson score in the 90th and 92nd minute to seal the win in a seven goal thriller that finished four-three to the Wasps. The poor run of form means that Laurie Ellis’ men have slipped down to fourth in the table on 23 points.

Falkirk still sit fifth in the table, just one pot behind this Saturday’s visitors, following a narrow defeat at home to Montrose the weekend before last. The Bairns suffered another defeat last Saturday as they were knocked out of the Scottish Cup by Championship side Raith Rovers. Despite going down to 10 men after just 20 minutes, Rovers managed to score either side of a terrific Callumn Morrison goal to progress to the next round. 

HOW TO WATCH

Tickets for this match can only be purchased online through Queen’s Park FC.

Away supporters will be situated in the John Lambie Stand and ticket prices are as follows:

    • Adult – £17
    • Concession 65+ – £10
    • Ages 15 or under – £5

Buy tickets here.

The match will be streamed live on Falkirk TV for Overseas subscribers.

 

Queen’s Park are running a food drive collection on Saturday and supporters of both clubs are encouraged to donate food items which can be used to help support the local community.

 

Donations of the following items would be greatly appreciated:

 

  • Cereals
  • Pasta, rice, pasta sauce
  • Tinned goods eg. soup, meat, fish, fruit, beans and vegetables.
  • water, diluting juice, condensed milk
  • tea, coffee, hot chocolate
  • personal hygiene products

Items can be donated at the main reception at the rear of the Jackie Husband Stand or at a designated section behind the John Lambie stand for away fans.

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