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No. of Shots

14 2

Shots on Target

7 1

Possession

65% 35%

Fouls Conceded

7 7

Corners Won

6 1

Discipline

Goals Taylor 5, McAlney 56
Mulumbu 63, Burke 84, Ndjoli 92

None

Killie Team

Bachmann, O'Donnell, Broadfoot, Findlay, Taylor, Tshbola, Dicker , Mulumbu, (Burke 77),  McAleny,  (Millar 77), K Boyd, McKenzie, (Ndjoli 83).
 

Subs Not Used: MacDonald, Bruce, Waters, Frizzell.

Attendance: 4,762

Man of the Match Vote

Match Recap

Kilmarnock manager Clarke had hoped his players would turn in a performance that saved him having to shout instructions as he toiled with a sore throat. They did not let him down.

Greg Taylor's first senior goal helped Killie rout Accies and move them above Aberdeen into third place in the Scottish Premiership.

The left-back's early strike set the tone for a dominant display.

Rory McKenzie played a major role in the hosts' next two goals as Conor McAleny and Youssouf Mulumbu finished well.

Chris Burke's deflected goal and Mikael Ndjoli's powerful strike rounded off the scoring as Hamilton toiled.

Kilmarnock visit Hibernian on Wednesday. and Steve Clarke's side are well placed to secure a Europa League qualifying place as the Premiership split approaches next month.

Comments

Alex Dyer: "The gaffer's a little bit under the weather but the boys came out and performed. They did everything right.
"Apart from scoring the goals, they created a lot of chances and to a man they were outstanding. We want to finish the season as high as we can."

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