Matchday Guide | Hearts (A)
Derek McInnes will lead his side to the capital on Saturday as Kilmarnock make a much-anticipated return to cinch Premiership action against Heart of Midlothian.
Backed by a sold-out travelling support, the blue and white army will look to regain momentum carried into the World Cup break thanks to a victory against the home side’s neighbours, Hibernian, back in November.
Thoughts from the camp
Full-backs Calum Waters and Ben Chrisene are continuing their recovery from injury, while Scott Robinson is in contention to make a long-awaited return to the squad.
Speaking ahead of the match, Derek McInnes said: “We don’t want to take three or four weeks to get going again, we’ve got to try and hit the ground running. We’re three games short of the halfway stage and want to pick up as many points as we can. It’s a tough away fixture, but one that we’re thoroughly looking forward to.”
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Kilmarnock supporters will be situated in the Roseburn Stand and the away allocation is now completely sold out.
Sat Nav details:
Tynecastle Park, McLeod St, Edinburgh EH11 2NL
4°: light cloud and a gentle breeze: low chance of precipitation.
Referee: William Collum
Assistant Referees: David Doig & Steven Traynor
Fourth Official: Duncan Williams
VAR: Don Robertson & Frank Connor
The fixture will be broadcast to international subscribers who can watch the match as part of their package by logging into Killie TV as normal. The HBSA Hospital Radio team will be on commentary duty for the match.
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Special Edition Killie Magazine (Tommy Burns era)
The Killie Magazine is the perfect reading material for the journey up to the capital.
This month’s special edition is dedicated to the man who revolutionised Kilmarnock FC, with insights from those who were lucky enough to play alongside him. Pick up a copy online or in the superstore to read about the twists and turns of the Tommy Burns era.
It’s set to be a cold one, so wrap up in this season’s Killie knitwear. You can also get yourself kitted out in Killie colours, with the infamous 1993/94 AT Mays jersey now added to our retro collection.