Livingston 1 - 1 Inverness CT

League - Millennium Man Barry Wilson
Monday, January 3rd, 2000, 1:00 PM at West Lothian Courier Stadium, Livingston
Attendance: 3,100
Referee: S Kaney
Livingston Inverness CT

Goalscorers
Brian McPhee (82) Barry Wilson (72)

Team Managers
Ray Stewart Steve Paterson

Starting Eleven
Alexander
Kelly
Deas
McManus
Coughlan
J Millar
King
M Millar
McCormick
Bingham
Little
Jim Calder
Richard Hastings
Ross Tokely
Mark McCulloch
Bobby Mann
Stuart Golabek
Charlie Christie
Mike Teasdale
Barry Wilson
Paul Sheerin
Davide Xausa

Bench
McPhee
Keith
Sweeney
Kevin Byers
Martin Bavidge
Martin Glancy

Substitutions
McPhee -> McCormick (33)
Keith -> Little (73)
Martin Bavidge for Barry Wilson (84)

Bookings
D Bingham Davide Xausa
Stuart Golabek

Red Cards
None. Davide Xausa (87)
Appearances & Goals To Date
Jim Calder (GK) 141 apps -
Stuart Golabek 24 apps1 goal
Ross Tokely 103 apps5 goals
Richard Hastings 182 apps2 goals
Bobby Mann 33 apps -
Mark McCulloch 102 apps7 goals
Paul Sheerin 88 apps29 goals
Charlie Christie 184 apps27 goals
Mike Teasdale 164 apps15 goals
Barry Wilson 138 apps37 goals
Davide Xausa 8 apps1 goal
Martin Bavidge (sub) 32 apps4 goals

Starting Lineup
Youngest Player:Ross Tokely (20 years 306 days)
Oldest Player:Bobby Mann (2001 years 154 days)
Average Player Age:29 years 81 days
Domestic Players:10 (90.91 % of starting eleven)

Matchday Squad
Youngest Player:Ross Tokely (20 years 306 days)
Oldest Player:Stuart Golabek (2001 years 154 days)
Average Player Age:29 years 81 days
Domestic Players:13 (92.86 % of matchday squad)

First Team Debuts

Milestones

Construction work on Livingston's new South Stand meant no floodlights and a 1 pm kick-off. The early start allowed Caley Thistle's Barry Wilson to complete a unique double. Last week he scored Scotland's last goal of the old millennium against Clydebank and at Livingston he scored the first of the new, a close range header. It was not enough to secure all three points as Brian McPhee hit an equaliser for Livingston with a low shot from a few yards out after a Marc Millar effort was blocked. The lack of lights nearly led to an early end to the match. With 30 minutes left the skies darkened and the rain came pelting down. Abandonment at 0-0 was a real possibility but conditions improved a little and the match was completed, albeit amidst gloom. Davide Xausa was sent off in 87 minutes for two bookings. Jim Calder was a hero for Caley Thistle time after time.

Match report written by Ian Broadfoot



Pld W D L F A +/- Pts
1. St. Mirren 20 13 5 2 48 23 25 44
2. Dunfermline 20 11 7 2 37 19 18 40
3. Falkirk 21 10 4 7 35 31 4 34
4. Livingston 20 9 6 5 36 28 8 33
5. Raith Rovers 19 9 5 5 36 27 9 32
6. Ayr United 21 7 5 9 26 28 -2 26
7. Inverness CT 21 6 7 8 29 32 -3 25
8. Airdrieonians 21 5 6 10 16 36 -20 21
9. Morton 21 5 5 11 28 36 -8 20
10. Clydebank 20 0 4 16 13 44 -31 4