Fortress Firhill holds no fear for Moore . . .

ALLAN MOORE claims Morton don't fear fortress Firhill as his side look to end Partick Thistle's unbeaten home run.

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The Ton are in Glasgow today aiming to move level on points with Jackie McNamara's side at the top of the Irn-Bru First Division.

Moore said: "We are confident anywhere we go and we're on a good run.

"Thistle are the same. We are one of only two teams to beat them in the league this year.

"We have no fears. We played well against them at Cappielow earlier in the season and Firhill doesn't hold any fears for our players.

"We have got a lot of experienced boys this year, guys that have been there and done it, won championships with other teams and played in the Premier League.

"That is a major boost for us and we can go to away grounds with a bit of self-belief.

"We have a squad that we feel is coming good at the right time."


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