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41 minutes ago, RRFC2711 said:

 

Anybody interested?

 

Given that the ground is frozen and more freezing overnight is expected till Saturday it may be some time before the game's played. The forecast is for milder weather from the weekend. 

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Don’t expect it to go ahead on Saturday but milder weather predicted midweek so could go ahead then. Clearly Raith are favourites to win but you never know, we might just cause an upset here with a bit of luck on the day.

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5 minutes ago, true_rover said:
6 minutes ago, Raith Against The Machine said:
We're already playing Dundee on the Tuesday night. 

Cup games normally take precedence.

Based upon how that Dundee match thread has started I think we'd all be delighted if this took preference. 

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The game will move to Tuesday if/when it’s called off, so the Dundee league game will need rearranged.

Pain in the arse really, but current forecast is -7 in Stirling on Friday night/Saturday morning. Clearly it isn’t happening.

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I guess calling this off is Stirling’s best chance of being in the draw for the next round.
Could there not be scope for flipping this fixture as Stenhousemuir did last weekend?
Not for cup games - in theory Stirling could move it somewhere that isn't Stark's but other pitches (including artificial) are just as frozen and why would they want to give up home advantage when it's not necessary.
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8 minutes ago, true_rover said:
15 minutes ago, Enigma said:
I guess calling this off is Stirling’s best chance of being in the draw for the next round.
Could there not be scope for flipping this fixture as Stenhousemuir did last weekend?

Not for cup games - in theory Stirling could move it somewhere that isn't Stark's but other pitches (including artificial) are just as frozen and why would they want to give up home advantage when it's not necessary.

It is a split gate anyway, and we’d provide superior broadcast of the game, is home advantage without any fans really all that? I can’t imagine either side wants a fixture pile up. 

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6 hours ago, Enigma said:

It is a split gate anyway, and we’d provide superior broadcast of the game, is home advantage without any fans really all that? I can’t imagine either side wants a fixture pile up. 

Have you seen SATV. What do Raith  TV provide that SATV doesn’t?

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Back tracking already.  Never assume.  No one is superior, we are all created equal.

SAFC, to my surprise have kept the PPV  price at £10.

Raith fans may be surprised at the quality of broadcast and production. Multiple camera positions, replay during play and more. The commentary, like all clubs, is biased.

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32 minutes ago, Dumb yatt said:

Back tracking already.  Never assume.  No one is superior, we are all created equal.

SAFC, to my surprise have kept the PPV  price at £10.

Raith fans may be surprised at the quality of broadcast and production. Multiple camera positions, replay during play and more. The commentary, like all clubs, is biased.

Aye, well our commentary is actually pretty balanced.

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