Matchday Guide | Livingston (A)
Kilmarnock travel to the Tony Macaroni Arena to challenge Livingston on Saturday, in search of a positive result which would carry momentum into next week’s international break.
The manager’s thoughts
Speaking about his previous matchups against Livingston, Derek McInnes commented: “The game can be quick and frantic, but very competitive, and we’ve got to make sure that we’re ready for that type of game.”
You can hear more from the manager as he discusses squad fitness, recruitment and the challenge we’re likely to face on Saturday. Listen to the full interview for free – HERE.
Power wins, Burkey converts! Two familiar faces combined to score the second goal in our 3-1 win against Livingston in October 2020.
It is recommended that tickets are secured online in advance of the fixture. Online purchases can be made HERE.
Travelling fans will also have the opportunity to buy tickets at the ground, with the Livingston ticket office – situated at the East Stand – accepting walk-ups from 1pm.
Please contact our disabled supporter’s association representatives for ambulant, wheelchair and carer tickets:
- Peter Orr – 01563 406390
- Mae Orr – 07909713098
Referee – Grant Irvine
Assistant Referees – Craig Ferguson & Chris Rae
Fourth Official – Craig Napier
Sat Nav details
Formerly known as Almondvale Stadium, the Tony Macaroni Arena can be found on Alderstone Road in West Lothian. Postcode: EH54 7DN.
Light cloud and a moderate breeze expected (14 °)
Watching from afar?
John Barnes is joined by 1997 Scottish Cup-winning Assistant Manager Gerry McCabe on commentary for this one, and International Killie TV subscribers will be able to watch the match as part of their package by logging into Killie TV as normal. *Please note – live video coverage of home matches is only available to international KTV subscribers.
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