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No home advantage as Killie play Accies

Kilmarnock v Hamilton Academical – Match by Numbers

With the winter break now over, the Premiership sides are back in action this weekend as they enter the Scottish Cup. 391 more words

Scottish Football

Hearts v Kilmarnock

Tuesday 27 December 2016, 19.45, Tynecastle Park

The Scottish Premiership clash between Hearts and Kilmarnock.

With the Lowland League and Junior leagues taking a break over the festive period, the late December football continued with a trip to Tynecastle. 1,453 more words

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The Pies Have It!

Here’s my column from last week’s Leader. It forms part of the paper’s comprehensive pre-match coverage every Friday, featuring interviews, an in-depth look at the opposition and lots of statistical analysis. 456 more words

Football

Finale: Partick Thistle v Killie Preview

For the last time in 2016, we travel to watch the mighty Ayrshire Killie try to gain some points to put on the board.

After the midweek embarrassment at Tynecastle, it is very important that the team show that they can bounce back, otherwise us fans will go into the new year very concerned indeed. 159 more words

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Exclusive interview: Jackson Irvine backs Nigel Clough to lead Burton Albion to safety

After growing up in Australia, JACKSON IRVINE made the decision to pursue his dreams of becoming a professional footballer. Now part of the midfield at Championship outfit Burton Albion, he looks back on that choice to move away from home as a teenager with no regrets. 1,749 more words

General Football

Clash: Hearts v Killie Preview

Christmas is over, so it’s time for Scottish football to take centre stage once again. Tonight, we travel to Edinburgh to take on the Jambos, in what is sure to be a hotly contested game. 198 more words

Football

Lacklustre: Killie 0-1 St. Johnstone Review

Some football philosophers say that you can really see the character of a team on a cold Friday December night in Scotland. Okay, nobody has ever said that, but the analogy works for the purpose of this review. 500 more words

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