SP31


April 2016

No. of Shots

13 6

Shots on Target

6 3

Possession

54% 46%

Fouls Conceded

16 19

Corners Won

8 4

Discipline

Goals Erwin 5, O'Donnell 45

None

Killie Team

MacDonald, O'Donnell, S Boyd, Findlay, Taylor, McKenzie, Dicker, Power, (Wilson 86), Brophy, (Kiltie 80),K Boyd, (jones 72), Erwin .
Subs Not Used: Fasan, Mulumbu, Simpson, Burke. 

Attendance: 4,672

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Match Recap

Killie registered a fourth successive Scottish Premiership victory by comfortably beating Hamilton.

Lee Erwin's stylish turn and shot put Killie in front early on.

Stephen O'Donnell was credited with the hosts' second goal after his ball into the box found its way into the net via team-mate Gary Dicker.

Goalkeeper Gary Woods denied Kris Boyd a third for Kilmarnock and Jamie MacDonald saved well from Hamilton's Georgios Sarris and Xavier Tomas.

Comments

Steve Clarke: “It’s nice to keep winning. It’s a really good habit the boys have got just now. It wasn’t a classic. It wasn’t a great game. It was a bit scrappy at times. But, I think when the game required a bit of quality we showed that quality and it was enough to get the three points.”

On Catching Hibs: “It’s not within touching distance," says Clarke. "We need Hibs to slip up. Hibs have got a nice comfortable cushion on it just now. They’re a good team. I’d be very surprised if they do slip up. But we have to make sure we’re in a position that if they do slip up, we’re there to capitalise. That’s what we’re trying to do.”

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