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Gary Locke: His side face a 15-point deduction for the start of the 2013/14 seas

Gary Locke: His side face a 15-point deduction for the start of the 2013/14 seas

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The Edinburgh side are likely to travel to McDiarmid Park for Tommy Wright's first match in charge of Saints with a 15-point deficit after last week serving notice of their intention to appoint an administrator.

Hearts' first home game of the season sees Hibernian travel to Tynecastle for the Edinburgh derby.

Celtic are the visitors for the first game of September with the return fixture in Glasgow on 21 December and a second home encounter with the champions on 22 February.

The Jambos face Kilmarnock at home on Boxing Day and travel to Easter Road for the second derby of the season against Hibernian at the start of 2014.

The final encounter against Hibs is a home game on 29 March with the final match before the split an away game against Partick.

Click here to see Hearts' full fixture list for the 2013/14 SPL season

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