Kilmarnock V Livingston

Last updated : 14 May 2005 By Dov

Still on tour
Killie defender Freddie Dindeleux is a major doubt for visit of Livingston with a hand injury picked up in the toilet.

Forward Danny Invincibile is not so Invincible and defender Simon Ford remain on the sidelines through injury.

Livi will be without three players.

Centre-back Gus Bahoken is suspended, while left-back Goran Stanic is still on tour with Oasis
and striker James McPake are unavailable through injury

History of the Kilmarnock v Livingston fixture

Livingston face a trip to Kilmarnock at Rugby Park on Saturday afternoon, needing to turn around their fortunes at the ground. The Livi will be hoping to improve upon a record which has seen them ending up on the losing side in more than half of the games played between the two.

The most recent encounter between these two sides was earlier this season, as the visitors ran out cosy 1 - 3 winners in a Scottish Premier match.

For a detailed analysis of the head-to-head between the two sides, click here

Recent encounters between the teams:
2004/2005Wed 02 MarLivingston3 - 1KilmarnockSPL
2004/2005Sat 27 NovKilmarnock1 - 3LivingstonSPL
2004/2005Sat 11 SepLivingston0 - 2KilmarnockSPL
2003/2004Sat 01 MayKilmarnock4 - 2LivingstonSPL
2003/2004Wed 07 AprLivingston1 - 1KilmarnockSPL
2003/2004Sat 20 DecKilmarnock0 - 3LivingstonSPL
2003/2004Sat 20 SepLivingston1 - 2KilmarnockSPL

Recent respective form guides

Kilmarnock have had an average home run of late, winning and losing 3 each of the last six games. The goals for column just outweighs the goals against over this period, 7 to 6.

The Livi have had a decent run of form away from home recently, coming away with three points on 3 occassions, but drawing 1 and losing 2. The Livi's have a narrow positive goal difference over these games, with 8 goals for and 6 against.

Kilmarnock see themselves just below half way in the Bank of Scotland Scottish Premier, showing a record of 43 points from their 36 games played so far, Livingston see themselves just below half way in the Bank of Scotland Scottish Premier, showing a record of 34 points from their 36 games played so far,

For a detailed analysis of team form guides throughout the leagues, click here

Current form guides:PWDLFAP

Ultras Prediction

8-0 to Livi

Sequence statistics:
Kilmarnock13 games since last home draw.
Unbeaten run of 4 matches.
LivingstonUndefeated in last 3 away games.
5 games since last defeat.