Your Motherwell (A) Matchday Guide
On-form Kilmarnock travel to Fir Park for the second ‘Super Killie Away’ day of the league campaign on Saturday 25th August.
The 3pm kick-off will be shown live to international Killie TV customers, while UK-based subscribers can tune-in for audio presented by John Barnes and 1997 Scottish Cup winner Mark Reilly.
Comments from the camp
Previewing the match on Wednesday, Derek McInnes said: “I think the players should take a lot of confidence from how they’ve started, but Saturday presents a different challenge entirely and we’ve got to make sure we’re ready for that. We’ve obviously managed to beat Celtic in the cup, now it’s equally as important to focus on Motherwell and that message has been sent to the players.”
You can listen to the manager’s pre-match press conference for free on Kilmarnock FC’s YouTube channel – HERE.
Away supporters will be situated in the Tommy McLean Stand and tickets must be purchased online directly via the link below. You will be required to either ‘create an account’ or ‘log-in’ before being shown available seating in the away stand.
17°: Light cloud and a gently breeze, low chance of precipitation.
Referee: Chris Graham
Assistant Referees: Alan Mulvanny & Gordon Crawford
Fourth Official: Ross Hardie
VAR: William Collum
Mark Reilly will take time out of his ‘Ayrshire Does Strictly’ preparation to join John Barnes in the commentary box this weekend. The match will be broadcast live to international viewers, while UK subscribers can tune-in for live audio. You can subscribe to Killie TV – HERE.
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Kilmarnock fans are welcome to drop into Fir Park’s ‘Cooper Bar’ which will be serving food and drink from 12 noon.
Show your club colours
The famous Ayrshire Killie will grace Fir Park in their traditional home kit on Saturday afternoon. You can grab your shirt from the Killie Superstore or online shop.
Remembering one of our own
Kilmarnock Football Club were devastated to learn that dedicated supporter Gordon Stirling had tragically passed away last week at the young age of 23. In memory of a loved member of the Killie family, both Kilmarnock FC and Motherwell FC are encouraging supporters to join a 60-second applause on the 23rd minute of this weekend’s match.