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Here are the post split fixtures

 

Fixture

Day

Date

Home

 

Away

Kick Off

TV

34

Friday

28-Apr-17

Ross County

v

Inverness CT

19:45

Live on BT Sport

Saturday

29-Apr-17

Hamilton Accies

v

Kilmarnock

15:00

 

Saturday

29-Apr-17

Motherwell

v

Dundee

15:00

 

Saturday

29-Apr-17

Rangers

v

Celtic

12:00

Live on Sky Sports

Saturday

29-Apr-17

Aberdeen

v

St Johnstone

15:00

 

Saturday

29-Apr-17

Hearts

v

Partick Thistle

15:00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

35

Saturday

06-May-17

Inverness CT

v

Hamilton Accies

12:15

Live on Sky Sports

Saturday

06-May-17

Kilmarnock

v

Dundee

15:00

 

Saturday

06-May-17

Motherwell

v

Ross County

15:00

 

Saturday

06-May-17

Celtic

v

St Johnstone

15:00

 

Sunday

07-May-17

Partick Thistle

v

Rangers

12:15

Live on BT Sport

Sunday

07-May-17

Hearts

v

Aberdeen

15:00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

36

Saturday

13-May-17

Dundee

v

Ross County

15:00

 

Saturday

13-May-17

Hamilton Accies

v

Motherwell

15:00

 

Saturday

13-May-17

Kilmarnock

v

Inverness CT

15:00

 

Friday

12-May-17

Aberdeen

v

Celtic

19:45

Live on BT Sport

Saturday

13-May-17

Rangers

v

Hearts

12:15

Live on Sky Sports

Saturday

13-May-17

St Johnstone

v

Partick Thistle

15:00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

37

Tuesday

16-May-17

Dundee

v

Inverness CT

19:45

 

Tuesday

16-May-17

Motherwell

v

Kilmarnock

19:45

 

Tuesday

16-May-17

Ross County

v

Hamilton Accies

19:45

 

Wednesday

17-May-17

Rangers

v

Aberdeen

19:45

 

Wednesday

17-May-17

St Johnstone

v

Hearts

19:45

 

Thursday

18-May-17

Partick Thistle

v

Celtic

19:45

Live on Sky Sports

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

38

Saturday

20-May-17

Hamilton Accies

v

Dundee

15:00

 

Saturday

20-May-17

Inverness CT

v

Motherwell

15:00

 

Saturday

20-May-17

Kilmarnock

v

Ross County

15:00

 

Sunday

21-May-17

Celtic

v

Hearts

12:30

Live on Sky Sports

Sunday

21-May-17

Partick Thistle

v

Aberdeen

12:30

 

Sunday

21-May-17

St Johnstone

v

Rangers

12:30

 

 

 

 

Ladbrokes Premiership post-split fixtures 2016-17 (final) 13-Apr-17.docx

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Fixtures for us are as expected, in that we'll have played each side twice at home and twice away.

In the corresponding fixtures already played this season, our record is:

A County - L

H Hamilton - D

A Killie - D

A Dundee - L

H Motherwell - L

So that was a grand total of 2 points! Huge improvement needed, as if we didn't know that already. 

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Worth remembering that the bottom six games all kicked off at lunchtime last year. I wonder if this is an oversight by the SPFL?

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This is about as good as we could have hoped for imo.

County game out the way early doors and both Motherwell & Hamilton at home. It's a disaster for Hamilton fans too; away to us is an early kick-off and away to county midweek.

Also no home 3pm Saturday kick-offs for county :laugh:

This gives us as good a chance as we're going to get, ******* mon :ictscarf:

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It's been that long since we'd been bottom 6 I'd forgotten that :lol:

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Much as expected. If we are going to have any chance of survival it is essential that we win our remaining two home games. To do that we need every edge and advantage we can including a large and supportive home crowd.

In order to encourage that backing, I believe that the club should charge £5 for adults and £2 for concessions for both matches and advertise that fact as widely as possible in the local media. I appreciate that that will lose income in the region of forty thousand pounds or so but that is very small beer compared to the reduction in income in excess of a million pounds for every season we might have to spend in the lower leagues. Every effort must be made to encourage as many people away from the Retail Park and down to East Longman.

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10 hours ago, Kingsmills said:

Much as expected. If we are going to have any chance of survival it is essential that we win our remaining two home games. To do that we need every edge and advantage we can including a large and supportive home crowd.

In order to encourage that backing, I believe that the club should charge £5 for adults and £2 for concessions for both matches and advertise that fact as widely as possible in the local media. I appreciate that that will lose income in the region of forty thousand pounds or so but that is very small beer compared to the reduction in income in excess of a million pounds for every season we might have to spend in the lower leagues. Every effort must be made to encourage as many people away from the Retail Park and down to East Longman.

Couldn't agree more. We could do with about half of those who were in our end of Hampden for the 2015 Scottish cup final to provide more vocal support. All our remaining games are just as important with every one a cup final. Don't see why the local press and radio station can't help drum up support too.

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15 hours ago, IMMORTAL HOWDEN ENDER said:

The biggest game is the pre-split fixture at Motherwell ?!!

Absolutely. Lose tomorrow and we could be too far adrift before the split even happens. Win tomorrow and close that gap and restore a bit of confidence and it's game on. Ver probably, the most important game of our season.

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3 hours ago, 12th Man said:

Doubt it tbh but it could be a great turning point.

 

6 hours ago, CELTIC1CALEY3 said:

Motherwell tomorrow could be the most important game in our history................

Just for a bit of clarity being 4 points behind the team above us won't be the most important game in our history but the match that keeps us up might be.

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On 13/04/2017 at 7:08 PM, Joe DiMaggio said:

Last season...

Went on a cracking run end of last season though could be about to happen again starting tommoz

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Ross County could well have three key players suspended for our first split game - Andrew Davies, Liam Boyce and against Celtic, the dubious penalty winner (and late goalscorer againgst ICT )(assuming he receives a Notice of Complaint and is not successful in his appeal). Surely that will inspire us to save our skins?

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32 minutes ago, CELTIC1CALEY3 said:

Ross County could well have three key players suspended for our first split game - Andrew Davies, Liam Boyce and against Celtic, the dubious penalty winner (and late goalscorer againgst ICT )(assuming he receives a Notice of Complaint and is not successful in his appeal). Surely that will inspire us to save our skins?

The fact that it is a derby, that they have emerged from our shadow and that we are fighting for our Premiership life should be inspiration enough whatever County players are available.

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Liam Boyce is meant to miss the Motherwell game not the derby according to Sky Sports. Sportsound said he would miss the derby but later corrected themselves to say his suspension won't kick in until the Well match.

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31 minutes ago, CELTIC1CALEY3 said:

Ross County could well have three key players suspended for our first split game - Andrew Davies, Liam Boyce and against Celtic, the dubious penalty winner (and late goalscorer againgst ICT )(assuming he receives a Notice of Complaint and is not successful in his appeal). Surely that will inspire us to save our skins?

If he gets a notice of complaint, looks like any appeal will be heard on the 27th, so could well be suspended for our game. 

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1 minute ago, RiG said:

Liam Boyce is meant to miss the Motherwell game not the derby according to Sky Sports. Sportsound said he would miss the derby but later corrected themselves to say his suspension won't kick in until the Well match.

Doesn't the suspension kick in two weeks after the booking that takes you over? If so, it won't kick in until the Sunday after our game. 

How unlike sportsound to get something not directly affecting the Old Firm wrong. 

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Do I remember us once going through a bottom-six post-split winning every game 1-0, or did I make that up? If I didn't make it up it was during the Charlie C era.

Get yer track suit on, Charlie.

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11 minutes ago, HawkeyeTheGnu said:

Doesn't the suspension kick in two weeks after the booking that takes you over? If so, it won't kick in until the Sunday after our game. 

How unlike sportsound to get something not directly affecting the Old Firm wrong. 

That's what I think whereas a red card suspension is immediate. I don't know what's more surprising - Sportsound getting something wrong or Sky Sports getting something right!

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With all the positivity in the world, I'd expect the results to be defeats away to County & Killie, an utter sh*tfest draw against Dundee, loose or draw to Hamilton then we will win comfortably last game of the season against Motherwell when its all too little too late and everyone will say its a positive sign for next season and RF has shown in that 1 game he could turn it round and we are unlucky with ref's, injuries and inexperience.

 

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