Inverness Caledonian Thistle
Clydesdale Bank Premier League
ICT's penultimate away game before the season ends sees them make the trip to Ayrshire where League cup winners Kilmarnock await. Not a season that will live long in the memory for Inverness fans but the 6-3 win at Rugby Park was one of the highlights of this year, here's hoping we can have a repeat of that.
A rare feat to score two own goals in one match but well, it's been one of those season for Inverness . The luck evaded us last week in a game which could of gone either way but we've struggled at home all season whereas away from home we look a much better side even though in quite a bizarre achievement we've won, drawn and lost the same amount of games home and away plus have the exact same goal difference. It really has been one of those seasons.
Killie, aside from their League cup win, have had a fairly unremarkable season with them still contesting to finish “Top of the bottom”. Kenny Shiels stated after the Hibs game he believes his team hasn't got the credit they deserve even saying the reason they lose “to teams like Inverness” is because of injuries in the squad. Now you know how we feel Mr Shiels. Susceptible at the back but dangerous going forward we might see another high scoring game this weekend.
The likes of Greg Tansey, Ross Tokely and Graeme Shinnie should all return from suspension for this one and with no fresh injury concerns Terry will have a few more options to pick from for Saturday. Kilmarnock will be without talisman Paul Heffernan and Manuel Pascali.
ICT marginally lead in the head to head stats by 9 wins to Kilmarnock's 7 with Caley also having the better record at Rugby Park between these two. One of only two teams this season along with St Mirren that we haven't been beaten by so let's see if Inverness can keep up the undefeated streak and press the teams above us.
Preview By: Jack Davis