AYRSHIRE fans of former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher are the latest concert-goers who will be left with a tough task to get home from gigs this weekend. 

Last week there were no trains out of Mount Florida or Kings Park stations following Ed Sheeran's performances at Hampden Park in Glasgow - and the same will apply to the Gallagher gig at the same venue this Sunday, June 26.

The lack of trains is the result of an ongoing dispute between ScotRail and the ASLEF train drivers' union, in which ASLEF members are opting not to work overtime or on rest days.

The row saw ScotRail introduce a temporary timetable last month, with almost all evening trains cancelled. 

That temporary timetable has since been revised, with a small number of evening trains reintroduced - but there will be no evening services to get fans at this Sunday's gig back to Glasgow city centre or to get home from there to Ayrshire.

A spokesperson for ScotRail said: "Our temporary Sunday timetable means a reduced hourly service will be in place between Glasgow Central and Mount Florida and Kings Park, so please travel early if you can or consider alternative means of transport.

"There will be no trains from Mount Florida and Kings Park to Glasgow Central or out of Glasgow city centre after the gig due to the temporary timetable in place."

The ASLEF-ScotRail dispute is separate to the row which saw no trains operate in Ayrshire on Tuesday and Thursday of this week.

That dispute involves the RMT union on one side and Network Rail and 13 train operating companies across the UK - though not ScotRail - on the other, and is due to see a third 24-hour strike by RMT members on Saturday, June 25.