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  • Scottish Premiership
    Kilmarnock 1 Dundee 1
    • Greer 64'
    FT HT 0 - 0
    • El Bakhtaoui 6'

    Dundee Return From Rugby Park With A Share Of The Spoils After Going Ahead In The First Few Minutes.

    • By TheDarkBlues
    • 23rd September 2017, 12:00 am
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    Dundee had to settle for a point in this weeks fixture with Kilmarnock. Faissal El Bakhtaoui gave the dark blues an early lead when McDonald had saved a Leitch-Smith shot and the little striker finished from 6 yards on on the rebound. Kilmarnock equalised on the 64th minute when Greer scored from a corner when Boyd headed  the ball back into the Dundee 6 yard box.

     

    Line Ups

    Kilmarnock: 4-2-3-1

    • 1 MacDonald
    • 2 O'Donnell
    • 4 Greer
    • 17 Findlay
    • 12 Taylor
    • 18 Waters60'
    • 23 Hawkshaw
    • 7 McKenzie
    • 21 Frizzell Boyd 63'
    • 11 Jones56 '
    • 22 Erwin

    Substitutes

    • 5 Broadfoot
    • 6 Power
    • 9 Boyd
    • 15 Thomas
    • 19 Samizadeh
    • 26 Bell
    • 29 Burke

    Dundee : 4-4-2

    • 1 Bain
    • 2 Kerr34 '
    • 22 Hendry
    • 34 Waddell
    • 3 Holt
    • 21 Deacon Wolters 80'
    • 28 Spence
    • 8 Kamara47 ' Vincent 58'
    • 10 Allan O'Hara 53'
    • 20 El Bakhtaoui
    • 7 Leitch-Smith

    Substitutes

    • 4 Vincent
    • 11 Williams
    • 12 Parish
    • 14 O'Hara
    • 15 Aurtenetxe Borde
    • 23 Wolters
    • 46 Henvey
    Referee: Bobby Madden
    Attendance: 3,452
    Photo courtesy of: Derek Gerrard Photography

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    1 Celtic 27 36 61
    2 Rangers 27 22 52
    3 Aberdeen 27 12 52
    4 Hibernian 27 8 47
    5 Hearts 27 4 38
    6 Kilmarnock 25 -2 35
    7 Motherwell 27 -4 32
    8 Dundee 27 -12 28
    9 St Johnstone 25 -14 27
    10 Partick Thistle 27 -20 24
    11 Hamilton Accies 25 -13 23
    12 Ross County 27 -17 21

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