Kilmarnock see off Prem new boys

Clarke Carlisle scored an own goal as Kilmarnock secured a 1-0 win over Premier League new boys Burnley at Rugby Park on Thursday night.

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Carlisle: Handed win to SPL side

Carlisle: Handed win to SPL side

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Clarets boss Owen Coyle handed a late cameo to new signing Fernando Guerrero, who only finalised his season-long loan deal on the morning of the match, but he could not inspire his new team-mates to victory.

Carlisle turned an innocuous ball past Brian Jensen with an hour gone to settle the result in the hosts' favour, with Robbie Blake twice going close to an equaliser.

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