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Partick Thistle vs Ross County: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time & where to watch Scottish Premiership play-off final

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Wyre Stadium at Firhill
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Partick Thistle will take on Ross County in the Scottish Premiership play-off final for both teams at the Firhill Stadium on Thursday. Partick Thistle are looking to win promotion to the top tier of the Scottish league, while Ross County are looking to avoid relegation.

Partick Thistle have been in good form in recent weeks and are unbeaten in their last 10 games. They have won their last four games back-to-back and will be confident of getting a result against Ross County.

Ross County have been struggling for form in recent weeks, losing two out of their last three games. They have conceded 14 goals in their last six games, and they will need to improve their defensive record if they are to avoid relegation.

The game is likely to be a close one, and it could go either way. Partick Thistle will be the slight favourites due to their recent form, but Ross County have the potential to bounce back.

Here GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more.

Partick Thistle vs Ross County kick-off time

Date:June 1, 2023
Kick-off time:8pm BST
Venue:Firhill Stadium

How to watch Partick Thistle vs Ross County online - TV channels & live streams

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The game will be shown on Sky Sports Football in the United Kingdom. Match highlights will be made available on the platform and on social media by the respective clubs after the full-time whistle.

Team news & squads

Partick Thistle team news

Partick Thistle midfielder Stuart Bannigan, will make his comeback to the team after fully recovering from a calf strain that he sustained during the first leg of their playoff semi-final.

Additionally, Cammy Smith is now in consideration for a return after being absent due to a groin problem. Striker Brian Graham has had an impressive season, scoring 21 goals in 43 games, and is set to lead the line once again.

Partick predicted XI: Mitchell; McMillan, Muirhead, Brownlie, Holt; Bannigan, Docherty; Lawless, Tiffoney, Fitzpatrick; Graham

Goalkeepers:Sneddon, Mitchell
Defenders:McAvoy, Brownlie, Holt, Milne, Hodson, McMillan, Muirhead
Midfielders:Docherty, Bannigan, Turner, McKinnon, Fitzpatrick
Forwards:Tiffoney, Lawless, Smith, Mullen, Graham, Dowds

Ross County team news

Ross County is still dealing with several injury concerns, as Eamonn Brophy, Ross Callachan, Gwion Edwards, and Ben Paton are all unavailable.

On a positive note, Alex Iacovitti has recently made a comeback from an injury spell and started in the previous match, playing for slightly over an hour.

Ross Country predicted XI: Laidlaw; Watson, Baldwin, Iacovitti; Randall, Kenneh, Tillson, Harmon; Dhanda; Samuel, White

Goalkeepers:Laidlaw, Munro
Defenders:Randall, Iacovitti, Baldwin, Watson, Harmon, Smith
Midfielders:Cancola, Callachan, Dhanda, Sims, Loturi, Mackinnon, Macleman, Kenneh, Tillson
Forwards:Samuel, Murray, Akio, Hiwula, Wright, Samuel, White, Stones

Head-to-Head Record

August 2019Partick Thistle 3-2 Ross CountyLeague Cup
April 2019Ross County 0-0 Partick ThistleScottish Championship
February 2019Partick Thistle 2-4 Ross CountyScottish Championship
December 2018Ross County 2-0 Partick ThistleScottish Championship
October 2018Partick Thistle 0-2 Ross CountyScottish Championship

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