Kilmarnock Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
Mark Brown 0
Steven Old * 0
Garry Hay 0
Frazer Wright 0
Ryan O'Leary 0
Craig Bryson 0
Gavin Skelton 0
Jamie Hamill 0
Danny Invincibile 0
David Fernandez * 0
Conor Sammon 0
Cammy Bell 0
James Fowler
(Sub)
0
Allan Russell
(Sub)
0
Mehdi Taouil 0
Graeme Owens 0
Iain Flannigan 0
Liam Kelly 0
Aberdeen Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
Jamie Langfield 0
Stuart Duff 0
Charlie Mulgrew 0
Andrew Considine 0
Richard Foster 0
Mark Kerr 0
Gary McDonald 0
Peter Pawlett * 0
Chris Maguire 0
Michael Paton 0
Lee Miller 0
Stuart Nelson 0
Darren Mackie 0
Derek Young 0
Sammy Stewart 0
Stirling Smith 0
Mitchel Megginson
(Sub)
0
Scott Ross 0

Scottish Football Fixtures

Wednesday, 22 April 2015
19:45
Dundee v Celtic
Friday, 24 April 2015
Hamilton v Motherwell  
Saturday, 25 April 2015
15:00
Dundee v St J'stone  
Inverness v Aberdeen  
Ross Co v Partick  
St Mirren v Kilmarnock  
Sunday, 26 April 2015
12:30
Dundee U v Celtic  
Friday, 01 May 2015
19:45
Celtic v Dundee  
Saturday, 02 May 2015
15:00
Dundee U v Aberdeen  
Kilmarnock v Hamilton  
Motherwell v Ross Co  
Partick v St Mirren  

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