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2 minutes ago, cockles1987 said:

emoji1001.png️ The Buddies will kick-off the league split with a trip to Livingston FC on Saturday 20th April.

Livingston - Away (20 Apr)
St Johnstone - Home (27 Apr)
Motherwell - Away (4 May)
Hamilton - Home (13 May)
Dundee - Away (18 May)

Don't think my nerves could handle a winner take all decider at Dens on the last day. Hope we are already safe by then.

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3 minutes ago, cockles1987 said:

emoji1001.png️ The Buddies will kick-off the league split with a trip to Livingston FC on Saturday 20th April.

Livingston - Away (20 Apr)
St Johnstone - Home (27 Apr)
Motherwell - Away (4 May)
Hamilton - Home (13 May)
Dundee - Away (18 May)

All huge games. Dundee away will not be for the faint hearted. Wish we weren't in this position but it's certainly not boring.

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Full list for our half is :-

Saturday 20 April: Hamilton Academical v Motherwell, Livingston v St Mirren, St Johnstone v Dundee (all 15:00)

Saturday 27 April: Hamilton Academical v Livingston, Motherwell v Dundee, St Mirren v St Johnstone (all 15:00)

Saturday 4 May: Dundee v Hamilton Academical, Motherwell v St Mirren, St Johnstone v Livingston (all 15:00)

Saturday 11 May: Livingston v Dundee, St Johnstone v Motherwell (both 15:00)

Monday 13 May: St Mirren v Hamilton Academical (19:45)

Saturday 18 May: Dundee v St Mirren, Hamilton Academical v St Johnstone, Motherwell v Livingston (all 12:30)

Edited by Sweeper07

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Spfl posted a couple of weeks ago all post split fixtures are weekends this year no midweek fixtures. 

 

Oh look only 1 team from 12 playing a home game on a Monday night. 

Well played Spfl Wa####s. 

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Trying to wait to see when I should book to come up. Ideal that Accies and Dundee are near the end of the split in that sense, but also leaves me with no idea when is best to book :lol:

Will see what happens on Saturday, and then try and guess from there.

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Dundee fans will be fizzing. They should have had 4 home and 1 away in order to play everyone home and away twice but obviously that's not allowed so to end up with 2 home and 3 away seems harsh. :lol:

If that had happened to us there would be smoke coming off this forum such would have been the rage.

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6 hours ago, Ronnie said:

Spfl posted a couple of weeks ago all post split fixtures are weekends this year no midweek fixtures. 

 

Oh look only 1 team from 12 playing a home game on a Monday night. 

Well played Spfl Wa####s. 

It's an extended weekend. :wink:

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10 hours ago, Al Bundy said:

Dundee fans will be fizzing. They should have had 4 home and 1 away in order to play everyone home and away twice but obviously that's not allowed so to end up with 2 home and 3 away seems harsh. :lol:

If that had happened to us there would be smoke coming off this forum such would have been the rage.

Every team will play 19 at home and 19 away, so that is fair. There would have been an outcry if any of the teams were given an advantage there. There's been no controversy over the fixtures, at last the SPFL get something right.

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35 minutes ago, elvis said:

Notice the date it's the 13 th unlucky for some but for which one that day.

Can you imagine only needing a point to guarantee the playoff spot, and 3 points to guarantee staying up?

 

Time for................................

 

 

 

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Jim McIntyre saying he believes he needs 4 wins.

Who is he trying to motivate, or indeed demotivate?

Is he hoping this statement will make us complacent?

Dundee only have to match us score for score, and then beat us by 3 goals to go above us by having the same goal difference but on the basis of having scored more goals.

I would like to think that the treasurers of Motherwell, St. Johnstone, and Livingston, will be suggesting to his colleagues that St. Mirren is his choice of the team he wishes to see finishing 10th.

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