History of the Greenock Morton v Queen of the South fixture
Queen o.t.S. face a trip to Greenock Morton at Cappielow Park on Saturday afternoon, having the edge over their hosts in previous meetings. The visitors have won 11 of the 32 previous games, with the hosts winning just 10.
The most recent encounter between these two sides was earlier this season, with Queen o.t.S. inflicting a narrow 1 - 2 defeat upon the The 'Ton in a Scottish Division One match.
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|Recent encounters between the teams:|
|2009/2010||Sat 13 Feb||Queen o.t.S.||1 - 2||Morton||SCD1|
|2009/2010||Sat 12 Dec||Morton||1 - 2||Queen o.t.S.||SCD1|
|2009/2010||Sat 03 Oct||Queen o.t.S.||2 - 3||Morton||SCD1|
|2008/2009||Sat 07 Mar||Queen o.t.S.||1 - 1||Morton||SCD1|
|2008/2009||Sat 03 Jan||Morton||2 - 2||Queen o.t.S.||SCD1|
|2008/2009||Sat 08 Nov||Queen o.t.S.||1 - 4||Morton||SCD1|
|2008/2009||Sat 13 Sep||Morton||0 - 0||Queen o.t.S.||SCD1|
Recent respective form guides
Greenock Morton have only performed averagely at home, winning 3 and losing 2 of their last six. The goals for column just outweighs the goals against over this period, 6 to 5.
Queen o.t.S. have an average recent record on the road, seeing them win just 1 and draw 2 of the last six. While the The Doonhamers have hit 7 goals, 13 have hit the back of the wrong net.
Morton are hovering perilously just above the relegation zone, with 31 points from 29 matches. Queen o.t.S.'s 43 points from 27 games sees them lie inside the top half of the table, in 5th position.
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FootyMad's prediction ...
Queen o.t.S. are in a sorry state of late on their travels, though the Mad panel can see them coming away from Cappielow Park with a well-deserved point. Score draw
|Morton||Unbeaten in the last 4 home games.|
|Queen o.t.S.||Not won in previous 5 away matches.|
Queens Mad Prediction
Queens manager Kenny Brannigan will be glad to get a game under his belt and reports are that he will have McMillan back in the fold whom he favours as a midfielder so there may be a shuffling around of the team. I also have a sneaky suspicion he will abandon the Homes and O'Connor partnership. We will have to pick up three points at a difficult venue but we have a good record at Cappielow so a narrow win is not out of the question.