Raith have started life in the Championship very well but face their stiffest test yet when Hearts call in at Stark’s Park today.
Ryan Conroy has been a big player for Raith this season and the ex-Dundee man is expected to be a big threat.
“Ryan has been excellent for us as I knew he would be,” said Raith team boss Grant Murray. “He again has a big role to play and he can be an important player for us.”
This is Raith’s first all-ticket game of the campaign. Cash turnstiles will not be operating but Raith supporters will be able to purchase match tickets from the main office from 10am-noon and then at the club shop outside the south stand until 2pm.
Elsewhere in the Championship, Cowdenbeath are at home to Alloa.
Following their fine win at home to Dunfermline last Saturday in League One, Forfar head for Ayr. They have a major doubt over leg injury victim Dale Hilson.
After their loss to Forfar, the Pars went down to Falkirk in midweek in the Petrofac Training Cup and are looking to bounce back at home to Airdrie United.
Brechin make the long trip to Stanraer for a tricky game. Having lost to Peterhead in midweek, a win at a tough venue like Stranraer will be a boost.
East Fife, midweek winners at Brora, are away to Albion Rovers.
In League Two, Montrose are at home to Annan and leaders Arbroath are away to Queen’s Park. The Red Lichties are again without the injured Ricky Little, who is expected to be out for some time.