Will we beat livi and Killie ?

Will we beat Livingston and Kilmarnock?

  • Yes

    Votes: 747 95.0%
  • No

    Votes: 39 5.0%

  • Total voters
    786

BlueFlagHigh

Well-Known Member
Given yesterday’s success and riding on that wave of positivity , can we be confident of sox points from our next two games ? It would be disastrous to win at the piggery and then quickly drop points .

We have struggled somewhat against both sides recently especially Kilmarnock where we lost last season .

For me we CAN do it , make no mistake the scum are watching and waiting for us to fall flat on our faces .

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Small Bean Regarder

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Given yesterday’s success and riding on that wave of positivity , can we be confident of sox points from our next two games ? It would be disastrous to win at the piggery and then quickly drop points .

We have struggled somewhat against both sides recently especially Kilmarnock where we lost last season .

For me we CAN do it , make no mistake the scum are watching and waiting for us to fall flat on our faces .

Poll to follow
Killie away is the tough game. They were actually playing well before the Covid outbreak and got a good result yesterday. If we win that I’ll feel a lot better about our chances this season.
 

bloodandfire

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Plastic parks are always a bit of a leveller, but we have far better players than Kilmarnock and that should see us prevail.
I've no concerns whatsoever about us beating Livi.
 

Rangers daft

Well-Known Member
The biggest advantage after beating them this time is there is no break, we are straight into preparations for Thursday which hopefully keeps the feelgood factor going and keeps up the momentum.
 

Barrymoped

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I’d say so. We will spank Livi at home. Killie away on that pitch will be harder, Dyer has them playing well now but we have too many good players for them, they will probably attempt their usual tactics of Power and Dicker kicking anything that moves.
 

Small Bean Regarder

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Wouldn't place too much emphasis on their result yesterday. They were basically handed two goals by no-one other than our own McCrorie
Fair enough. They are one of the teams that can cause us issues away. Not the best side but can set themselves up well against us and them on that pitch. Real test of our mettle coming up. We need to make sure they blink first.
 

SuffolkGer

Well-Known Member
We will beat Livi at home easily, we’ve won every home encounter for 5 years.

Killy is tougher due to the pitch leveller, picking up 3 would be points gained on them so fingers crossed, but a draw won’t cost us the league as much as people will make out it’s the end if it happens.
 
Feels different

after Galatasary we struggled against Ross County,last season we would have drawn that game but we won ugly and im positive we can do the same against livi and killie
We had an outstanding record post euro matches In first half of last season. I know what you’re getting at though. Overall, I think the squad depth now means our standards are less likely to slip
 

Macky1986

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Hugely important that we do. They have a few hard away games coming up and also we play an extra game due to them playing last seasons cup! Chance to go at least 7 points clear by the end of it.
 

willieluc

Active Member
Think Killie will come out at us so quite confident and Jordan Jones should play as he is comfortable on surface. We know Livi are going to put 10 men behind ball so it's breaking them down, an early goal essential to settle nerves but we should win both.
 

Birkenshaw Bear

Well-Known Member
We should be dispatching Livi with ease.

Killie is always a hard one on that pitch. But there can’t be any excuses, just go out and win Rangers! We really need to turn the screw now and march on.
 

Jase

Well-Known Member
We really need to learn from our capitulation after we stuffed them last year.

If we turn up, there isn’t a team in the SPFL that can live with us.

We must turn up. No shooting ourselves in the foot again.
 

Its-Sebo

Well-Known Member
I believe we will.

One of the reasons for me is that we don’t have to rely on the same guys every game. We’ve got Jack, Hagi, Aribo, (hopefully) Roofe, Itten, Jones etc. to drop into that team fresh – all players that can do the damage. We’ve never had that before.
 

Speminalium8

Well-Known Member
Well capable but it’s these games that will dictate if we have guts to grind out wins no matter the circumstances and go on to take the title.
 

Cap10

New Member
We have to - it's those games that have let us down recently but it does seem like the squad is finally getting the mentality to go and perform in those games
 

Spudgun

Well-Known Member
The biggest problem with both of these games are that they'll need a change of tactics from us.

Yesterday's game suited us perfectly, as have many of our European games.

Playing "better" teams that are more open against us is our forte.

Obviously hope I'm wrong, but so far I've still not seen anything that shows that we're going to break down the packed defences of your typical spl dross. That's the real challenge for us going forward.
 
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