April 2016

No. of Shots

7 7

Shots on Target

3 2


57% 43%

Fouls Conceded

16 7

Corners Won

3 3


Goals None None

Killie Team

MacDonald, O'Donnell, Broadfoot , S Boyd , Taylor, Burke,(Kiltie 84), Dicker, Power, Jones, Ndjoli, (Wilson 65), K Boyd, (Brophy 71). 
Subs Not Used: Bachman, Higgins, Waters, Thomas. 

Attendance: 2.586

Man of the Match Vote

Match Recap:

From a Killie point of view it seemed as if Steve Clarke used the first half to get the measure of his opponents as they stuck to their regular 4-4-2. As soon as the second half started every time Kilmarnock got the ball forward their full-backs Greg Taylor and O'Donnell would become second wingers as the away side looked to outnumber the Livingston defence.

Increasingly it looked like it would take an individual moment to win this match. Burke looked the most likely, the former Scotland winger showing sparks of inspiration from time to time.

Iain Wilson and Eamonn Brophy were introduced into the action as Killie pushed for a winner while Greg Kiltie also showed promising flashes after coming on.

Kiltie turned on the edge of the box but his shot was straight down Kelly’s throat as the referee sounded the final whistle for the afternoon.

They say creativity is king and ultimately onlookers were not royally entertained, but a point apiece is perhaps a satisfactory return in the end for both sides.


Steve Clarke: "I've said since January that I'm relatively happy with the players I've got in the building, If we can find one or two players that can improve the group we will try and bring them in. It's a difficult market when you've got no money, it's the loan market and free transfers we are looking for.  We keep looking, we keep trying and we keep inviting people up to spend a couple of days training with us. If they come great, if they don't come it's also fine."

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