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                                                    Morton
                                                    Peter MacDonald (8 mins)
                                                    1-0
                                                    Partick

                                                    The Irn-Bru Scottish Football League Championship First , Apr 10, 2012
                                                    Ground: Cappielow Park , Kickoff: 19:30 , Att 1,637

                                                    Team news

                                                    Moore calls for Morton positivity Morton welcome back defenders Ross Forsyth, Marc Smyth and Grant Evans from suspension when they entertain Partick.

                                                    Stuart McCaffrey remains out with injury, and after losing the lead twice to draw 2-2 with Queen of the South, Cappielow manager Allan Moore is instructing his players to keep their chins up.

                                                    He said: "We cannot feel sorry for ourselves just because we drew a game we should have won.

                                                    "We need to get points on the board to get away from the foot of the table.

                                                    "Thistle will be coming here confident after beating Ayr, however we are due a win over them and this would be a great time to get it." Partick will be without the injured trio of David Rowson, Tommy Stewart and Darren Cole.

                                                    The Jags have risen to fifth place in the Scottish First Division recently, but will be without midfielder Rowson, forward Stewart and defender Cole as they look to push higher up the table.

                                                    Manager Jackie McNamara said: "Our win at Ayr on Saturday allows us to target the sides above us in the table.

                                                    "I do not want to settle for fifth place and I would reckon that the players are of a similar mind.

                                                    "Cappielow is not an easy place to get a result but we are looking to do the double after getting a last-minute winner the last time we were there.

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                                                    Last modified 22:07 10/04/12

                                                    MacDonald punishes Partick Morton secured a vital three points with a 1-0 win over Partick at Cappielow Park.

                                                    The hosts got off to a flying start when Peter MacDonald rose highest to head home Michael Tidser's cross in the eighth minute.

                                                    Stephen O'Donnell came closest to an equaliser on the half-hour mark but Alan Combe did well to tip his effort over the bar.

                                                    Chances were at a premium after the interval with the visitors visibly still shocked by the early goal.

                                                    O'Donnell turned provider after the hour-mark to find Chris Erskine but Combe made another good stop with his feet.

                                                    The victory lifts Allan Moore's side eight points clear of the relegation zone as they extend their unbeaten run to four matches.

                                                    Team Line-ups

                                                    MortonRating
                                                    Player rating out of ten Player name Substitution Did they score? Player's disciplinary record Rating
                                                    1 Alan Combe
                                                    2 Grant Evans
                                                    5 Andy Graham
                                                    4 Marc Smyth
                                                    3 Ross Forsyth
                                                    7 Iain Flannigan(sub 16)
                                                    8 Fouad Bachirou
                                                    11 Derek Young
                                                    6 Michael Tidser
                                                    9 Peter MacDonald Goal
                                                    10 Archie Campbell(sub 55)
                                                    Substitutes
                                                    15 Thomas O'Ware(sub 16)(sub 45)
                                                    20 Matthew McGinley
                                                    12 Andrew Jackson(sub 55)
                                                    14 Peter Weatherson
                                                    16 Darren McGeouch(sub 45)
                                                    PartickRating
                                                    Player rating out of ten Player name Did they score? Player's disciplinary record Substitution Rating
                                                    1 Scott Fox
                                                    2 Stephen O'Donnell(sub 72)
                                                    5 Scott Robertson(sub 10)
                                                    6 Alan Archibald
                                                    3 Aaron Sinclair(sub 22)
                                                    4 Paul Paton
                                                    7 Paul Cairney
                                                    10 Sean Welsh
                                                    8 Stuart Bannigan
                                                    11 Chris Erskine
                                                    9 Kris Doolan
                                                    Substitutes
                                                    12 Ryan Scully
                                                    14 Christie Elliot
                                                    15 Mark McGuigan(sub 22)
                                                    16 Conrad Balatoni(sub 10)
                                                    17 Caolen McAleer(sub 72)

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