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Corner from the right by-line taken by Liam Polworth.
The match has reached full-time.
Free kick taken by Liam Polworth.
Stuart Bannigan booked.
Stuart Bannigan challenges Marley Watkins unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Torbjorn Agdestein comes on in place of Billy McKay.
Stephen O'Donnell manages to make a clearance.
Liam Polworth restarts play with the free kick.
Billy McKay fouled by Conrad Balatoni, the ref awards a free kick.
Clearance made by Sean Welsh.
Corner taken by Aaron Doran.
Kris Doolan grabs a goal with a left foot finish. Inverness CT 1-2 Partick.
Steven Lawless comes on in place of Kallum Higginbotham.
Corner taken by Kallum Higginbotham from the right by-line.
Marley Watkins delivers the ball.
Kallum Higginbotham takes the free kick.
Kallum Higginbotham fouled by Graeme Shinnie, the ref awards a free kick.
Centre by Sean Welsh.
(Partick) makes a substitution, with Christie Elliot coming on for James Craigen.
Marley Watkins joins the action as a substitute, replacing Ben Greenhalgh.
Sean Welsh concedes a free kick for a foul on Ross Draper.
Liam Polworth on for Nick Ross.
Shot by Richie Foran went over.
Kallum Higginbotham takes the chance to get an effort at goal.
Kallum Higginbotham fires a strike on goal direct from the free kick.
Josh Meekings challenges Sean Welsh unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Dean Brill takes the free kick.
Kris Doolan challenges Josh Meekings unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Clearance by Gary Warren.
A cross is delivered by Stephen O'Donnell.
The ball is sent over by Stephen O'Donnell.
Scott Fox restarts play with the free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Gary Warren on Aaron Muirhead.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Aaron Doran.
Josh Meekings restarts play with the free kick.
Isaac Osbourne challenges Ross Draper unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Isaac Osbourne has an effort at goal.
David Raven crosses the ball.
The ball is crossed by Kallum Higginbotham.
The match restarts for the second half.
The first half comes to an end.
Foul by Aaron Doran on Aaron Muirhead, free kick awarded.
Gary Warren scores with a header. Inverness CT 1-1 Partick.
Aaron Doran crosses the ball in from the free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Isaac Osbourne on Ross Draper.
Unfair challenge on Graeme Shinnie by Kallum Higginbotham results in a free kick.
Unfair challenge on Richie Foran by Kris Doolan results in a free kick.
Ben Greenhalgh takes a strike on goal from the free kick which goes harmlessly over the bar.
Sean Welsh gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Aaron Doran.
Sean Welsh restarts play with the free kick.
Richie Foran challenges Conrad Balatoni unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Dean Brill restarts play with the free kick.
Foul by Isaac Osbourne on Nick Ross, free kick awarded.
Stephen O'Donnell delivers the ball.
Shot by James Craigen went over the crossbar.
Clearance made by Scott Fox.
The ball is delivered by Richie Foran.
Free kick taken by Scott Fox.
Conrad Balatoni makes a clearance.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Aaron Doran.
Ross Draper takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Fine finger tip save by Scott Fox.
Kris Doolan challenges Gary Warren unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Aaron Sinclair by Aaron Doran.
Kris Doolan slots the ball left footed into the goal. Inverness CT 0-1 Partick.Assist on the goal came from James Craigen.
Sean Welsh takes a shot and went wide left of the net.
James Craigen restarts play with the free kick.
Gary Warren concedes a free kick for a foul on Stuart Bannigan.
The official flags Billy McKay offside.
Free kick taken by Kallum Higginbotham.
Aaron Sinclair fouled by Aaron Doran, the ref awards a free kick.
Nick Ross delivers the ball.
Strike on goal comes in from Aaron Doran from the free kick and goes over the bar.
Aaron Doran gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Sean Welsh.
The ball is delivered by Stephen O'Donnell.
Foul by Isaac Osbourne on Aaron Doran, free kick awarded.
Graeme Shinnie takes the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Ross Draper by James Craigen results in a free kick.
The assistant referee signals for offside against Billy McKay.
James Craigen has an effort at goal.
The ball is swung over by Stephen O'Donnell.
Ross Draper concedes a free kick for a foul on Aaron Sinclair.
The ball is delivered by Graeme Shinnie.
Aaron Muirhead is booked.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Nick Ross by Aaron Muirhead.
Ross Draper gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Kris Doolan.
The match has kicked off.
McKay draws on strong home record
Billy McKay would love to see Inverness turn their stadium into a fortress this season by continuing their excellent home form when Partick Thistle come calling.
The Highlanders have won all four games at the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium so far, netting 10 goals and conceding none along the way.
And McKay believes also making amends for their shock 4-0 defeat at St Johnstone in their last outing means a double incentive to come out on top on Sunday.
The striker said: "We had the little blip in the last game but we will put that behind us and go again on Sunday.
"We knew the last game wasn't good enough. We've got a home game to look forward to and we are unbeaten at home and we've not conceded a goal yet.
"We will be very confident going into Sunday's game. All the lads have trained really well and hopefully we will get a result.
"The start to the season we've had has been really good. Even in the first few away games we put in good performances.
"We are confident on our home pitch that we can win every game.
"To not concede a goal yet is great and hopefully we can keep that going on Sunday."
Partick, back in the top flight this season, head to the Highlands in a respectable eighth position in the Scottish Premiership.
McKay said: "They'll be hard work. They've had a good start to the season for a team just coming up.
"If we're not at it, they'll come at us and we have to make sure we play well. If our performance is good, I'm confident we can get the three points."
With nine goals so far, McKay has been one of the star performers for Inverness.
And he says being handed a taste of international action with Northern Ireland in their World Cup qualifier against Azerbaijan can help to make him an even better player.
He said: "It was a good experience. It wasn't the result we wanted in the first game but it was good to get away and get minutes on the pitch.
"It can only help me to progress in my career.
"Playing with players who are playing week in week out in the English Premier League is great and you can only learn from them."
Partick Thistle midfielder Stuart Bannigan is still smarting from Scotland Under-21 disappointment.
The Jags midfielder broke into Billy Stark's squad in February, making his debut in an away friendly in Greece before playing in the European Championship qualifier against Luxembourg at St Mirren Park and in August's defeat by England in a challenge match in Sheffield.
Bannigan withdrew from the Scots squad for their Euro qualifier against the Netherlands in September through injury and was subsequently left out of the double-header against Slovakia and Georgia last week, a blow which he will use to spur him on.
"Obviously you don't like getting left out," he said.
"But you take it on board. I was happy enough to be in the squad before. I didn't think I would get a chance.
"So I will keep playing the way I am playing and hopefully I will get back in.
"I think it always does (spur you on), I think it does to most people.
"They would be lying if they said it didn't but, as I said, I will keep playing and hopefully I will get picked for the next couple of games."
Bannigan spent much of the time during the international break "pondering the loss" against Hibernian in Thistle's last outing when the home side dominated most of the game before losing to a late Liam Craig goal.
Speaking on Friday at Paperino's in the west end of Glasgow, where he was helping promote a new sponsorship deal between the restaurant and the Maryhill club, he looked forward to "three really tough games" in the Scottish Premiership with the trip to the Highlands followed by matches against league leaders Celtic and Aberdeen.
"I would say they are maybe the top three teams in the league so we will be looking forward to them," said Bannigan.
"We have played quite well away from home this season so we will be looking to get a win on Sunday, definitely.
"Inverness had a great start to the season and then a blip in their last game against St Johnstone, when it was 4-0.
"They will be looking to rectify that against us, just as we will be looking to rectify the Hibs game.
"So I think it will be a good game."
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