Stevie Crawford was left satisfied with Dunfermline’s weekend draw with Ayr United.

The Pars headed into the match with a 100% record in all competitions. Whilst this came to a halt in Ayrshire, they did still pick up a decent point during a 0-0 stalemate with the Honest Men.

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A point on the road. (Photo by Ross MacDonald/SNS Group via Getty Images)

Crawford, whilst aware the Pars can improve from their Somerset showing, believes it’s a big plus that his team managed to take something from a trip many find tough.

“That is now seven (matches) undefeated in competitive football since the start of the season,” said Crawford. “It is something that we can build on. I don’t think we looked like we were panicking towards the end.

 

“We came down here and won a midweek fixture last season and it got a bit panicky towards the end of the game but I thought we were assured, playing with a bit of confidence against a very good Ayr side.

Dunfermline v Inverness Caledonian Thistle - Scottish Championship

A good point. (Photo by Euan Cherry/SNS Group via Getty Images)

“We have taken a point away with us, we would love to be going up the road with three points but I don’t think that there will be many teams come down here and take all three points from them this season. That is a massive positive for us.

“We watched them against Morton last week, it was very harsh on them to lose that game. Their front four were very good on the day and we knew that they were going to cause us problems but we dealt with that and nullified that.

“At the other end of the park you are looking to create a little bit more clear cut chances but in regards to the performance I am very happy.”

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