Matchday Guide | Ross County (A)

Kilmarnock return to action after the international break with a trip to face Ross County in The Highlands on Saturday 25th November.

Derek McInnes will lead his side North for a cinch Premiership clash against The Staggies, now under the management of Derek Adams.

Key matchday information can be found below.

Comments from the camp

Corrie Ndaba has returned to full training, while Kyle Vassell remains ‘touch-and-go’ for the weekend. Meanwhile, Brad Lyons will serve his suspension in Dingwall.

Derek McInnes also confirmed that Innes Cameron is likely to face 6-8 weeks on the sidelines.

Speaking on Wednesday, the manager said: “We’ve not had a bad performance on the road this season, but our results haven’t mirrored our home form. Last year we were poor on the road a lot of the time and deserved exactly what we got. This season it doesn’t feel the same.”

You can listen to the full interview for free – HERE.

Ticket Information

Tickets are on sale from the Killie Ticket Office until 5pm on Friday evening, with a cash gate also set to be in operation on the day (cash and card payments accepted).


  • Adult: £28
  • Over-65/18-21yrs/Wheelchair/Ambulant Disabled*: £12
  • Under-18: £5

Sat Nav details:

The Global Energy Stadium, Victoria Park: Dingwall: IV15 9QZ

Attending buses can park within the North Car Park at the stadium.

You can find more details about the stadium – HERE.


5°: Sunny intervals and light winds.

Match Officials

Referee: Colin Steven

Assistant Referees: Calum Spence & Douglas Ross

Fourth Official: Ross Hardie

VAR: William Collum

AVAR: David Dunne

Pre-match fuel

Killie fans will be made to feel welcome in the Staggies Bar – located at the stadium – which opens at 12.30pm.

Dress for the occasion

Delve into the retro rails to get kitted out for the weekend. Between Friday-Sunday, you’re offered 30% off two favourites from the popular Killie retro range – SHOP HERE.

Killie TV

The club wishes to inform supporters that this weekend’s Killie TV coverage will be presented in a reduced format.

Due to circumstances outwith the club’s control, audio coverage will not be available on Saturday: overseas Killie TV subscribers can still tune-in for live visuals.

Audio coverage will return as normal for UK and overseas subscribers in time for next weekend’s match against Heart of Midlothian.

Should you experience any issues with visual coverage, please get in touch with