Kilmarnock vs Motherwell Match Info
Match date: 27thFebruary 2019
Kick-Off: 7.45pm GMT
Stadium: Rugby Park, Kilmarnock
Kilmarnock vs Motherwell Head to Head Record
Last 3 meetings:
26 Dec 2018 Motherwell 0 – 1 Kilmarnock
29 Sep 2018 Kilmarnock 3 – 1 Motherwell
17 Feb 2018 Motherwell 0 – 1 Kilmarnock
Matches played: 87
Kilmarnock wins: 36
Motherwell wins: 37
Kilmarnock vs Motherwell Stats
- Kilmarnock saw losses to Celtic (0-1), Rangers (5-0), and Livingston (1-0) in their last three outings
- Motherwell have seen their five-match winning streak ended by Celtic (4-1) on Sunday
- Killie have turned all of the last four head-to-head clashes their way
Kilmarnock vs Motherwell Match Preview
Kilmarnock have struggled to cope with a tough schedule lately and failed to bounce back from losses to Celtic (0-1 in Premiership) and Rangers (5-0 in FA Cup), hosting Motherwell for their Matchday 28 clash on Wednesday with a 1-0 loss at Livingston and a seven-match winless streak now behind them.
Killie have been more challenging at Rugby Park and Steve Clarke will now hope his men can show it off once again, desperate for points to build on their top 6 spot as they still sit just points behind the 3rd placed Aberdeen. We have seen them struggling to score goals more recently, which could even be more worrying.
Motherwell have struggled to keep it together at the back and this should give them things to explore as we head into an interesting contest. The visitors have only seen their five-match winning streak ended by Celtic (4-1) on Sunday, though, and it feels they’re in a better mood at this point.
Well have struggled for such consistency on the road and have been conceding goals on the regular, where Stephen Robinson will be desperate to put on a more solid defensive display in need of points for a top 6 challenge of their own. However, denying rivals the points for the first time since September 2017 will still be no easy task.
We will now stick with Kilmarnock to show off their character in front of the home fans and finally put an end to their winless streak, as we go for a Home win at 17/20 with William Hill.
However, we feel they’ll be in for a great challenge and we don’t see them doing so without conceding, as a Yes on Both teams to score at 11/10 with Paddy Power shapes to be the best approach to the fixture at this point – with both sides scoring and conceding on the regular.
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