Nickname(s): Rugby Park
Opened: 01 August 1899
Home team: Kilmarnock F.C.
Address: Rugby Park, Rugby Rd, Kilmarnock KA1 2DP
With three defeats on the bounce, the last team Kilmarnock need to face is a Celtic side that are defending their title with Aberdeen breathing down their necks.
New Kilmarnock boss Lee Clark is looking to keep his side up in the SPL – kicking off with a victory over Dundee.
All eyes are on the lower end of the table and the pressure is building for a high-stakes, high-tension clash as Kilmarnock host fellow strugglers Hamilton Academicals with both sides looking to avoid being sucked into a real relegation dogfight.
Hearts visit struggling Kilmarnock on the back of a 3-2 mid-week win over basement side Dundee United that got the Capital outfit back on track.
Aberdeen can keep up the pressure on Celtic at the top of the Ladbrokes Scottish Premier Division when they visit second-bottom Kilmarnock.
Kilmarnock face rock-bottom Dundee United in a relegation six-pointer at Rugby Park and are looking to banish the demons of a 5-2 home drubbing by Partick Thistle last weekend.
Ninth-placed Kilmarnock will look to build on the hard-fought point that they took from Celtic last weekend when they host tenth-placed Partick Thistle on Saturday.
With four wins from their last six games, Killie are the form team going into the fixture and they’ll be looking to provide plenty of service to six–goal hit-man Josh Magennis.