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19th November 2021



Kilmarnock vs Arbroath – Match Preview / Tickets / PPV

cinch Scottish Championship – Game 15 – Season 2021/2022

Saturday 20th November 2021, Rugby Park, Kilmarnock, 3.00pm kick off

Arbroath make the long trip down to Rugby Park tomorrow for the first time in 30 years as we take on Tommy Wright’s Championship leaders Kilmarnock.

The two sides last met at Gayfield, a match which was broadcast live on BBC Scotland in a goalless draw.

Since then Kilmarnock have overtaken Inverness Caledonian Thistle at the top of the cinch Championship and sit 5 points above Arbroath.

Since that match in September Kilmarnock have added striker Callum Hendry on loan from St Johnstone whilst Cameron Innes joined Queen of the South on loan.

Kilmarnock have only suffered 3 defeats all season, but they have all been at Rugby Park with Inverness Caledonian Thistle, Raith Rovers and Partick Thistle all having left Rugby Park with 3 points.

Arbroath will be likely to face Chris Burke who was injured in September and he was the inspiration for both goals last week in Killie’s win over Greenock Morton.

The Lichties will be again without Nicky Low but he edges every closer to a return to action after suffering injury in this fixture in September.

With Rugby Park being a stadium that many Lichties have yet to visit we hope for a large support to cheer on the team.

It will be another extremely tough match but we hope you can get right behind the team from the very start.

C’mon the Lichties

Kilmarnock (including summer arrivals)

Manager – Tommy Wright
Assistant Manager – Paul Stephenson
Goalkeeping Coach – Colin Doyle
Coach – Alan Maybury

Goalkeepers
1 – Zach Hemming (On loan from Middlesburgh)
12 – Sam Walker
21 – Colin Doyle

Defenders
2 – Lee Hodson
3 – Brandon Haunstrup
5 – Euan Murray
6 – Chris Stokes
7 – Rory McKenzie
14 – Jack Sanders
18 – Calum Waters
22 – Jason Naismith
24 – Dylan McGowan


Midfielders
4 – Stephen McGinn
8 – Blair Alston
11 – Daniel Armstrong
15 – Fraser Murray
17 – Brad Lyons
19 – Liam Polworth
27 – Steven Warnock
29 – Chris Burke
32 – Tomas Brindley


Strikers
9 – Oli Shaw
10 – Scott Robinson
16 – Callum Hendry (On loan from St Johnstone)
23 – Rumarn Burrell (On loan from Middlesbrough)

Rugby Park Departures

20 – Innes Cameron – Alloa Athletic, loan
25 – Kyle Connell – East Fife, loan
26 – Euan Deveney – Clyde, loan
28 – Ross Smith – Stranraer, loan
31 – Jon Craig, Stenhousemuir, loan
34 – Curtis Lyle – Stranraer, loan
46 – Justin Devenny – Broomhill, loan
64 – Harry Broun – Caledonian Braves, loan
Kirk McKnight – Dumbarton, loan

Kilmarnock vs Arbroath – Head to Head

Arbroath 0 – 0 Kilmarnock – Friday 24th September 2021
cinch Scottish Championship – Game 7 – Season 2021/2022

Kilmarnock – Scottish Championship Results 2021/2022

Game 1 – Kilmarnock 2 – 0 Ayr United – Monday 2nd August 2021
Game 2 – Queen of the South 0 – 1 Kilmarnock – Saturday 7th August 2021
Game 3 – Hamilton Accies 0 – 2 Kilmarnock – Saturday 21st August 2021
Game 4 – Kilmarnock 0 – 1 Inverness Caledonian Thistle – Saturday 28th August 2021
Game 5 – Kilmarnock 1 – 0 Greenock Morton – Saturday 11th September 2021
Game 6 – Partick Thistle 0 – 2 Kilmarnock – Saturday 18th September 2021
Game 7 – Arbroath 0 – 0 Kilmarnock – Friday 24th September 2021
Game 8 – Kilmarnock 1 – 3 Raith Rovers – Saturday 2nd October 2021
Game 9 – Dunfermline Athletic 2 – 2 Kilmarnock – Saturday 16th October 2021
Game 10 – Kilmarnock 2 – 1 Hamilton Accies – Saturday 23rd October 2021
Game 11 – Ayr United 0 – 1 Kilmarnock – Tuesday 26th October 2021
Game 12 – Kilmarnock 4 – 0 Queen of the South – Saturday 30th October 2021
Game 13 – Kilmarnock 0 – 1 Partick Thistle – Saturday 6th November 2021
Game 14 – Greenock Morton 0 – 2 Kilmarnock – Saturday 13th November 2021

Suspensions;

Neither team has any players suspended.

Officials;

Referee – John Beaton
Assistant Referee 1 – Graeme Leslie
Assistant Referee 2 – Colin McAlpine

Tickets and Admission Prices

Tickets are now on sale online, there will be NO cash gate on the day.

The Arbroath support will be situated within the Chadwick Stand, if an away supporter purchases a home end ticket you will be denied entry.

Purchase your ticket via this link

https://kilmarnockfc.ticketco.events/uk/en/e/kilmarnock_v_arbroath_saturday_20th_november_2021

Ticket Pricing;
Adult: £20
Concessions: (O65 / U21 and Students): £15
U18: £10
U16: £5
U5: Free of charge (Please note all under 5 tickets must be booked via the ticket office, these will not be available online)

If you would like to book an under 5 ticket or ambulant and carer tickets and are unable to attend at the ticket office please email tickets@kilmarnockfc.co.uk or call 01563 545311 and the ticketing team will assist you.

We have very limited space for wheelchair accessible supporters at present due to current works on upgrading these facilities, if you have any enquiries can you please give the contact details for our disabled supporters association and they would be able to advise on availability. Contact details are below;

DISABLED SUPPORTERS ASSOCIATION
MAE ORR – 01563 537522
PETER ORR – 07759 616945

Tickets are non-refundable and T&Cs apply.

Please bring a face covering with you as while we are encouraging fans to wear these in the stands, they are mandatory in enclosed areas including the toilets.

Pay Per View

Former Kilmarnock player David McKellar joins John Barnes in the commentary box.

https://ppv.kilmarnockfc.co.uk/

Kilmarnock are selling Pay Per View for this match, priced £9.99.

Please note that due to UEFA restrictions, this game is not purchasable if you are in England.

Buying PPV with us for the first time

If you have not bought a match through our PPV site before, then you will need to create an account.

Should you experience any issues then please get in touch with killietv@streamdigital.tv

Rugby Park Directions (From kilmarnockfc.co.uk)

By Car

Use KA1 1UR as the postcode if you are travelling to Rugby Park, this will take you to Dundonald Place and the south entrance to Rugby Park.

Please note that there is restricted access on match days. There is also no access to Rugby Park by way of Rugby Road (KA1 2DP) on match days.

Car Parking

Hospitality and Events packages include Car Parking. There is no off-street parking in the immediate vicinity.

By Rail
Less than 1 mile from Kilmarnock train station.

We know there are two buses heading down from TASC1878 and we know that there will be a large support cheering on the team!

Thank you and C’mon the Lichties


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