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Thread: Post split fixtures?

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Dec 2014

    Post split fixtures?

    As it stands of the thirty three league games we have played so far 17 have been at home and 16 away. The five teams that are with us in the bottom six with. Our fixtures have been two games at home against Hibs, Livingston, Ross County and Aberdeen. We have played St.Johnston away twice. If the reverse fixtures are put in place it would result in us playing 18 games at home and 20 away. Apparently the only two teams that are guaranteed 19/19 split every season is the Old Firm

  2. #2
    We played at Livingston twice so post-split we'll be home to them and St Johnstone, away to the other three for an equal 19-19.

    It's a good set of fixtures for those who like an away day but a bit dull at home unless we get St Johnstone late on.

    Main order of business is getting over the line to safety...it would take an extraordinary collapse to be at risk but the sooner it's confirmed the better. Assuming County lose we need only another five points at most.
    Last edited by jwok; 14-04-2024 at 07:25 AM.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    May 2002
    You'll be reconsidering that after today's surprise?

  4. #4
    Mmm. Not ideal but tbh we really should be safe from here.

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