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Kilmarnock will confidently stay home while they expect Dundee FC to show up so as to put up an amazing Match on Saturday.
Of course, with no doubt, this match would have been “home banker” had it been played a few weeks ago with Dundee in dismal form and Kilmarnock flying high under Steve Clarke’s shrewd management.
But presently, Dundee’s stunning recent revival means they are far from no-hopers as they head to Rugby Park looking to move further away from the bottom of the Premiership.
The fact is, Last weekend, these two started the day top and bottom of the table.
However, after contrasting results against the Old Firm, neither occupies that position now.
Killie were battered 5-1 at Celtic Park on Saturday to see them fall below the Champions back down to third.
Nevertheless, 31 points from 17 matches is still an amazing return for Steve Clarke’s side.
It’s now four games unbeaten for the Dark Blues under Jim McIntyre and it’s no mean feat considering they faced Hibs and Rangers in two of those matches.
Last weekend’s battling point at home to Steven Gerrard’s men also came after playing most of the game with 10 men thanks to Nathan Ralph’s red card.
The defender will sit this one out suspended but Dundee should still give Kilmarnock a testing afternoon.
With the Hoops not playing until Sunday, Clarke’s side can return to the summit again on Saturday and the bookies are backing them to do just that.
However, Killie have been hard to beat at home and their last two games at Rugby Park have seen them chalk up wins while keeping a clean sheet.
Eamonn Brophy was surprisingly benched by Clarke against Celtic but came on to score a penalty and should earn a start for this one.
After netting six goals in his last four games it’s no surprise to see Kenny Miller as the favourite for a Dundee goal
Obviously, we are all aware that Killie briefly topped the Premiership table before coming crashing back down to earth with a 5-1 thumping at Celtic Park last weekend.