Matchday Guide | St Johnstone (A)

Derek McInnes leads his side to Perth on Saturday to challenge his former Club St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park. Following two huge league and cup wins last week, Kilmarnock make the trip North looking to extend their unbeaten run to six matches.

Thoughts from the camp

Ben Chrisene joins Christian Doidge, Blair Alston and Scott Robinson on the injury list for this meeting, while Liam Donnelly and Fraser Murray edge closer to a return following a solid week of training.

Speaking to press on Thursday, Derek McInnes said: “The type of form that we’re showing at the minute, and the level of performance, is exactly what I was hoping for from the outset. I think that we’ve settled into the league now, and the cup run has certainly not done us any harm either, in terms of building confidence. We’ve had two clean sheets in a row in the league which helps us, particularly when we may be short in attacking options.

You can listen to the full interview for free HERE.

Ticket Information

Killie supporters will be accommodated in the North end of the Main Stand at McDiarmid Park. Tickets are still available and must be purchased online.


Please note that for the £17 family deal, all ticket holders must enter via turnstile 5 which will be monitored by stewards. These will only be available to purchase online in advance.

Away end turnstiles will open at 2pm.

Sat Nav details

Address: McDiarmid Park, Crieff Road, Perth, PH1 2SJ

General car parking for away supporters is available to the West side of the all-weather pitch next to the ground and can be accessed via the away support entrance. Parking is £5 (cash on the day) with buses and coaches FOC. Should the car park reach full capacity prior to kick off, gates will be closed and restricted access will be granted to permit holders only.


Light Cloud and Gentle Breeze

Temperature: 13

Precipitation: 22%

Winds: 6mph

Sunset: 17:39

Match Officials

Referee: Craig Napier

Assistants: Dougie Potter & Gordon Crawford

4th Official: Peter Stuart

VAR Officials: Euan Anderson & Gary Hilland

Watching from afar?

John Barnes is joined by Kevin McGowne 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 not available to season ticket holders, only to international KTV subscribers.

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