Matchday Guide | Hearts (H)
Kilmarnock are back in action on Sunday as Derek McInnes’ side welcome Heart of Midlothian. It’s a return to The BBSP Stadium, Rugby Park for the second time this week, with the Ayrshire side eyeing up a third straight home victory, following a convincing win against St Johnstone on Wednesday.
Thoughts of the manager
Speaking on Friday, Derek McInnes said: “I think that I have got the luxury of seeing the players day in, day out. When you get a winning performance, and a good performance, that is the biggest gauge of who plays the next game. I will say that I write the name on the team sheet, but the players pick the team. Players are honest, if they come off and know that they’ve put a shift in then there’s a very good chance that they’re going to play again.”
Listen to the full pre-match interview for free HERE.
Home fans can buy tickets online, and at the Killie ticket office until 2.30pm on matchday. Away end tickets must now be purchased online.
- Adult: £25
- Concessions (Over65/Student/Under21): £20
- Under 18: £15
- Under 16: £8
- Under 5: Free with any full paying Over 18 – (must contact the ticket office to arrange)
- Ambulant & Carer tickets: £15 (Carer is FOC)
Please note that turnstiles NE1 and NE2 will be closed to the home support. Admission is by eTicket only and there will be no cash gates. QR codes providing a link to online tickets will be overtly displayed around the stadium to assist those who wish to purchase tickets on arrival.
Supporters based in the UK and abroad will also have the chance to watch the match via live stream. A Killie TV game pass is available for £12.99. Streaming details can be found HERE.
John Barnes is joined by Robert Reilly on commentary for this one.
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A foodbank collection has been organised by the Killie Trust and Scottish Fans Supporting Foodbanks. Your donations are vitally important to ensuring that struggling foodbanks have enough supplies to meet the ever-growing demands during this cost of living crisis. The collection point at the rear of the Moffat Stand will open at 1.30pm and every donation is greatly appreciated. The foodbank is currently low on all items, particularly pasta.
The club have agreed a partnership with fan engagement platform ‘MatchWornShirt’ which will give supporters the chance to own the Killie jerseys worn on Sunday.
Straight from the pitch, players’ shirts will be signed and placed on auction, allowing fans to literally get their hands on a piece of the club’s history. The partnership officially kicks off this Sunday and fans will have the opportunity to bid for the jerseys worn against Hearts – HERE.
The October edition of the monthly Killie Magazine will be on sale in the Superstore. Pick up a copy to read all about Kenny Shiels’ thoughts on competing against the big city clubs, and gain insight into Kilmarnock Women’s captain Laura McLaughlin’s matchday preparation, before testing your knowledge on the Killie quiz.