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Livingston v St Mirren 17th Feb

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8 minutes ago, St.Ricky said:

No lack of confidence on my part Mr O but neither would I be complacent. Our form has been outstanding and we have further strengthened our squad. 

Livvy don't tend to leak goals even when under severe pressure. They are well organised and both work and tackle hard.

Their route to the top league, of they have one is through a sound defensive record allied to the above.

Our defensive record has improved and we have an excellent goals scored record. 

My prediction would be a cautious one.... Saints not to lose. A win is possible however.

Ricky say hello to Humpty Dumpty on that fence of yours :D

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2 hours ago, santaponsasaint said:
4 hours ago, proudtobeabuddy said:
I think so too. We've had a rest and they've already used one of their games in hand and dropped points, a win on Saturday leaves them to fight it out for the play off positions. We have only one focus now... keep winning and we can't be caught no matter what, i think that's the mentality everyone at the club has just now.

Think we will get a longer rest. can't see this game being on if this weather keeps up. we know how bad the pitch is there.

It's meant to be 6 or 7 degrees and sunny, will definitely be on.

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19 minutes ago, DougJamie said:

Ricky say hello to Humpty Dumpty on that fence of yours :D

Lol. I will.

More seriously. 

Great to win of course but this is one not to lose. ... in my opinion. I attended the Livvy v DAFC game to have a look at both teams. DAFC are better to watch but Livvy are effective show stoppers.

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1 minute ago, St.Ricky said:

Lol. I will.

More seriously. 

Great to win of course but this is one not to lose. ... in my opinion. I attended the Livvy v DAFC game to have a look at both teams. DAFC are better to watch but Livvy are effective show stoppers.

Well that's impressive...... ok I hear Pars had many chances ?

 

Livi have done superb, they have a good big team just don't think they like playing us, as we are small and fast............. we also have a great record there

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4 minutes ago, Ronnie said:

Hello, Is anyone there??? We have a match on Saturday can you all leave the Barnsley/Jack Ross thread and come over here and play, I'm feeling really lonely??? Please???.

Are we really playing on Saturday though????

What paper/ media  did you read that in ?

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Returning to the Playing Side of Things - Next Match up is Livingston

Said earlier that this will not be easy, not impossible though.

Attended Livvy's game against DAFC. Well organised, tough, give little away.

A win would be great and a draw would not be a disaster.

The next 4 games are:

17 Feb Livvy         Away

24 Feb Brechin   Home

27 Feb Falkirk     Home

2 March United  Away

10 March DAFC Home

Should we maintain our current form, then the way things are going, the game against DAFC could come close to being a sell out depending on how Livvy, United and DAFC perform meantime.

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2 hours ago, MWISAINT71 said:

Do we not play Falkirk at Home on the 27th of Feb?

Faraway is right!  And so are you!  We do play Falkirk on 27th.

Thanks for pointing this out.

Looks like my friend Al Zeihmer might not be too far away!

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"At the ground itself located behind the South Stand is the  Almondvale Suite, which normally admits visiting supporters. George Hobbs informs me, 'The Lime Kiln pub located near to the stadium on Almondvale Boulevard, was quite popular on my last visit'. This pub which is part of the 'Hungry Horse' chain also derives meals. Whilst up at the nearby Livingston Designer Outler retail park, there is a Wetherspoons pub, called the Newyearfield. However no football colours are allowed to be displayed inside the pub. Further on inside the Almondvale Shopping Centre is a pub called the Paraffin Lamp."

 

Right that's the research done. Lime Kiln, Lunch.  Check the ticket queue, If its a portacabin job for tickets buy ticket before hitting the Almondvale suite. If not Pay at the gate after a another quick pint. Sorted. 

 

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