Started by shinglis, August 01, 2022, 12:43:57
QuoteMATCH DAY TWODate: 05/08/2022Venue: Ochilview Park➡️ Going into this match, may I state that Odds are favouring the home side... Perhaps because their previous match, they were able to get a goal and are sitting above Ayr United on the log table.➡️ It is also important to note that in the last six matches we have only lost once to this opponent.🏟� The year is 2017, on the 24th of January, we played to a 2-all draw. And because we had earlier on played to a scoreless draw, the match was to be decided on penalties. Our goal scorers on the day were Moore in the 26th minute to level matters in the first half. Balatoni scored the equalizer in the 83rd minute forcing the match to go to post match penalties which we won 4-5.🏟� On August 23rd, in a match player at Hampden Park, we beat this opponent 0-2 with goals coming through Adams and Shankland in the 23rd and 68th minutes respectively.🏟� On 9th December, 2017, we again beat this Queen's Park in a match which we scored four goals except one was an own goal by Reid. Our goals came came through Moore, McDaid and Forrest in the 24th, 79th and 88th minutes respectively. It ended 3-2 in favor of Ayr United.🏟� January, 27 in the year 2018, we beat Queen's Park 4-1. Our prolific forwards did the damage! Moore scored in the 5th minute, Forrest added a second in the 43rd minute before supersub McGuffie who came on in the 76th minute to replace Forrest scored a brace in the 80th and 87th minute to sum up the match. 🏟� We beat Queen's Park 4-0 on 24th March in the year 2018. Shankland scored a hat trick in the 10th, 29th and 34th minute before Moore's 76th minute spot kick condemned our opponents.🏟� The only loss that we suffered in the previous matches against Queen's Park came on the 14th of August, 2018 in the Challenge Cup after we played to a scoreless draw. The match had to be decided on post match penalties. We lost the contest after Murdoch and Forrest missed their spot kicks to advantage our opponents.🤔 Going into this match, the hosts, (Queen's Park) will be banking on their striking force led by Murray to inflict damage on Ayr United. On the other hand, we will be hoping that goals finally come especially after a great display against an arguably difficult opponent in Arbroath. I hope Jayden will continue to terrorize our opponent and give space to Bryden and Akinyemi to do the damage. I am confident that we shall score.
Quote from: shinglis on August 01, 2022, 18:09:53 Bus going to Queens Park -v- Ayr United game on Friday 5th August leaving Ship inn Ayr at 5.30pm sharp. To book your seat call Simon on 01292-292856 or 07449566516