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Motherwell FC vs. Kilmarnock FC (13.02.2016)

Date Season Halftime Result
13.02.2016 2015 0 : 0 0 : 2

Match milestones

Time Team Name Event
46'' Motherwell L. Ainsworth ui.Substitution 1
56'' Kilmarnock G. Kiltie ui.Normal Goal
61'' Kilmarnock C. Slater ui.Normal Goal
68'' Motherwell M. Gomis ui.Substitution 2
72'' Kilmarnock T. Obadeyi ui.Substitution 1
86'' Kilmarnock R. McKenzie ui.Substitution 2
89'' Kilmarnock C. Slater ui.Substitution 3

Lineup Motherwell FC

Position Number Name
ui.hrac_ 1 C. Ripley
ui.hrac_ 6 S. McManus
ui.hrac_ 3 S. Hammell
ui.hrac_ 18 J. Law
ui.hrac_ 16 K. Kennedy
ui.hrac_ 8 S. Pearson
ui.hrac_ 17 M. Gomis
ui.hrac_ 7 L. Ainsworth
ui.hrac_ 11 M. Johnson
ui.hrac_ 26 C. Cadden
ui.hrac_ 77 S. McDonald

Lineup Kilmarnock FC

Position Number Name
ui.hrac_ 21 J. MacDonald
ui.hrac_ 3 S. Smith
ui.hrac_ 27 L. Hodson
ui.hrac_ 26 C. Balatoni
ui.hrac_ 5 S. Findlay
ui.hrac_ 29 G. Dicker
ui.hrac_ 16 T. Obadeyi
ui.hrac_ 19 C. Slater
ui.hrac_ 28 J. Magennis
ui.hrac_ 7 R. McKenzie
ui.hrac_ 23 G. Kiltie

Substitutes Motherwell FC

Position Number Name
ui.hrac_ 20 L. Moult
ui.hrac_ 23 D. Thomas
ui.hrac_ 5 L. Laing
ui.hrac_ 13 C. Samson
ui.hrac_ 14 K. Lasley
ui.hrac_ 15 J. Chalmers
ui.hrac_ 24 J. McFadden

Substitutes Kilmarnock FC

Position Number Name
ui.hrac_ 39 A. Frizzell
ui.hrac_ 20 D. Carrick
ui.hrac_ 8 S. Robinson
ui.hrac_ 9 K. Boyd
ui.hrac_ 13 C. Brennan
ui.hrac_ 14 M. O'Hara
ui.hrac_ 18 L. Ashcroft

Motherwell FC

They are nicknamed The Well, The Dossers or The Steelmen, referring to the industrial history of Motherwell in North Lanarkshire. The main rivals, given their geographical proximity, are Hamilton Academical and Airdrieonians. Their matches have always been known as the Lanarkshire Derby. Motherwell FC play at Fir Park Stadium, which has a capacity of 13,677. It has been the home stadium since 1895, until then it was played at Danziel Park. The club colours were originally blue, but since 1913 the colours have been claret and amber.

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Kilmarnock FC

The most common nickname for this Ayrshire club is Killie, which probably needs no explanation, or the more moderate Knock. The song "Paper Roses", originally a hit for American singer and political activist Anita Bryant, has been adopted by the club's fans as their anthem. The club has a long-standing rivalry with Ayr United, another club from the same town, whom it has met 256 times and won 189 of those. The first derby was played in 1910. Ayr United, however, currently play one level lower in the competition.

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Home corners 10
Home shots 11
Home shots on target 4
Home fouls 13
Home yellow cards 3
Home red cards 0
Away corners 5
Away shots 13
Away shots on target 9
Away fouls 12
Away yellow cards 2
Away red cards 0
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