Matchday Guide | Hibernian (A)
Kilmarnock will travel to Edinburgh in search of back-to-back away wins on Saturday 18th February.
The 3pm kick-off will be broadcast live to international Killie TV customers, while UK-based subscribers can tune-in for audio presented by John Barnes and Gerry McCabe.
Travelling supporters should note that tickets for the fixture will be available from the away ticket booth which opens at 2pm on matchday. Please be aware that Easter Road is a cashless stadium, with the ticket booth and kiosks accepting card-only payments.
Thoughts from the camp
Speaking on Thursday, Derek McInnes said: “We’ve shown a capability of getting the job done in the cup and obviously we want to try and get a similar type of result and performance come Saturday at Easter Road. Getting that clean sheet, being difficult to play against and doing the basics right gives us every chance, particularly away from home, so we need to generate that in a league situation.”
You can listen to Derek McInnes and Brad Lyons preview the clash HERE.
Tickets for the match can be purchased from the Killie Ticket Office up until 12 noon on Saturday.
Hibs have notified the club that tickets will also be available for purchase on matchday from the away ticket office (adjacent to turnstiles 5 & 6). Tickets can be purchased – through card-only payments – from 2pm right up until kick-off.
- Adult: £26
- Concession (Over65/Student): £14
- Under-18: £13
- Under-13: £11
For ambulant, wheelchair and carer tickets, please contact a disabled supporters’ association representative:
- Peter Orr: 07759 616945
- Mae Orr: 07909713098
The match will be broadcast to international subscribers who can view coverage as part of their package by logging into Killie TV as normal, while UK subscribers can tune-in for live audio delivered by John Barnes and Gerry McCabe.
You can subscribe to Killie TV HERE.
Should you experience any issues, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org
Sat Nav details:
12 Albion Place, Edinburgh EH7 5QG
9°: Light rain showers and a gentle breeze at kick-off.
Referee: John Beaton
Assistant Referees: Graeme Stewart & David Roome
Fourth Official: Iain Snedden
VAR: Steven Kirkland
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Dress for the occasion
For superstitious supporters, Derek McInnes’ side will be wearing the navy third kit again this Saturday as the team aims for back-to-back away wins. You can grab your replica jersey from the Killie Superstore or online shop.
Killie fans can gain exclusive discount on meals at Tony Macaroni in Kilmarnock and Irvine when booking a table online. Claim your discount by using the code KILLIE20 before 28 February (excludes takeaway & delivery).