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Kilmarnock will be at their home expecting Celtic to visit and both side to put up another League matchup
The Away side, Celtic as well will be traveling to take on the Kilmarnock side and aim to get back home with the best points after both side lock horns
It’s Clean now that The League leaders will travel south of Glasgow as they are hosted by Kilmarnock at Rugby Park on Sunday.
The hosts, Kilmarnock have been in fantastic form this season. The team led by Steve Clarke, who took over at the club when it was at the bottom of the league, has been one of the most improved teams in the country over the last few months.
And actually, Killie have been doing so well that they were, up until the new year, in contention to win the league. Clarke’s men were yo-yoing between the top spots, wrestling with both Celtic and Rangers to stay in 1st place.
A goalless game at Pittodrie was followed by a defeat to Hearts and then another two draws- the most recent one also being goalless and against Rangers in the Scottish Cup.
Their recent form has certainly put Kilmarnock out of the title race, as they now sit in 4th place and a massive 11 points behind league leaders Celtic.
League leaders Celtic are fresh off a defeat that not many of their fans were expecting.
The Hoops’ 2-0 loss to Valencia at Celtic Park in Thursday’s Europa League round of 32 first-leg match was not the outcome the team needed nor expected.
The reigning champions are known for being a fortress in their home games in European competitions, but Brendan Rodgers’ men looked like they were boys playing against well-organized men.
Valencia were happy enough to let Celtic play possession-based football once the Spanish side were 2-0 up, a score that can be attributed, amongst other things, to a slack Celtic defense.
The Hoops did not look like a team that had won all 7 and kept a clean sheet in all their games this year.
Granted, the hosts were missing a few key players- Kieran Tierney or Tom Rogić- but so were Valencia, who had left out star striker Rodrigo Moreno and defender José Gayà.
The game brought Celtic back down to Earth, and sooner or later they were bound to be defeated.
The more games you keep winning, the higher the chances are of being beaten, and that’s exactly what happened.
However, Celtic will more than likely continue to excel in domestic games, and their current 6 points advantage over Rangers in the league table is testament to that.
The Kilmarnock will challenge Rangers for a place in the Scottish Cup semi-final, whilst Celtic have the tough job of overturning a 2-0 tie at Valencia.
Obviously, the Hoops will want to bounce back from their latest defeat, but Rugby Park isn’t an easy place to do that
And of course, After their 2-1 loss to Aberdeen at the start of November, Kilmarnock dropped just 7 points in their next 9 Premiership games, drawing twice and losing just once.
The home team, Kilmarnock got 2019 off to a fantastic start, beating Forfar Athletic 2-0 in the Scottish FA Cup and then Rangers 2-1 at Rugby Park after being 1-0 down.
And presently, the club currently finds itself in a slump, as they have failed to win since that game against Gerrard’s side.