Dunfermline Athletic

Preview Hamilton Accies

Tuesday, 14th Feb 2017

William Hill Scottish Cup Replay: Tuesday 14th February 2017 kick off 7.45pm at New Douglas Park. Pay at the Gate

Directions to New Douglas Park, Hamilton

Following the 1-1 draw against Hamilton Accies in the William Hill Fifth Round Dunfermline will face the Lanarkshire club again at New Douglas Park on Tuesday night. The replay that wrecks the Valentines Night best intentions of Pars fans, players and management will lack no passion as the teams contest a place in the quarter finals.

Pars v Hamilton in the Scottish Cup
26/01/35 Dunfermline


20/01/90 Dunfermline


30/01/90 Hamilton


02/02/13 Dunfermline


11/02/17 Dunfermline



Dunfermline have won on their last two visits but these were their first away to Hamilton since 1995. In the only away cup tie ever was a replay on 30th January 1990 that resulted in a 1-0 win for the Fifers.

Milestones Hamilton Academicals (Away)

Last League Victory



First Div

Last League Defeat



First Div

Best League Victory



Div 1*

Worst League Defeat



Div 2*

*Pre league reconstruction

Over the past twelve matches between Dunfermline and Hamilton, the Pars have won only two, lost six with four games ending all square.

Last Twelve Matches v Hamilton

Date H/A W/D/L


11-02-2017 H D 1-1
06-04-2013 H L 2-3
09-02-2013 A W 2-1
02-02-2013 H L 0-2
15-12-2012 H D 1-1
29-09-2012 A W 3-0
11-03-2008 H D 1-1
09-02-2008 A L 0-3
20-10-2007 H L 0-5
04-08-2007 A L 1-2
06-04-1996 H L 1-3
20-01-1996 A D 0-0

Last time at New Douglas Park
Scottish First Division

This match followed on a Scottish Cup tie the previous Saturday
between the teams at East End Park, a match Hamilton won 2-0.

Ten minutes from the interval Falkingham was taken out from behind by Gillespie, right in front of referee Bobby Madden but no whistle. There were ironic cheers from the 200 travelling fans when the ref next gave the Pars a decision 30 yards out. Wallace whipped over the free kick and KIRK met it perfectly to head past Cuthbert who could only claw the fresh air. Andy`s first goal since against Dumbarton in September - 1-0.

In 63 minutes Dunfermline took their chance from a corner kick on the left. Chris KANE scored his debut goal for Dunfermline ghosting in to flash Wallace`s delivery into the Accies net. 2-0

Hamilton struck back three minutes later when Louis Longridge got deep into the Pars box on the right. He beat Gallacher with the cross and GILLESPIE was on hand to despatch the ball into the net. 2-1. The home side kept pressing.

HAMILTON ACCIES: Kevin Cuthbert. Ziggy Gordon, Martin Canning, Jonathon Page, Stephen Hendrie (Michael Devlin 84). Grant Gillespie. Jonathon Routledge, Darian MacKinnon (Andy Ryan 63), Louis Longridge, Ali Crawford (Gary Fisher 65). Stevie May.
SUBS NOT USED: Scott Christie (GK), Gary Fraser
YELLOW CARD: Page (50)

DUNFERMLINE: Paul Gallacher. Jordan McMillan (c), Andy Dowie, Callum Morris, Stephen Jordan (Ross Millen 27). Shaun Byrne, Chris
Kane, Joe Cardle (Alex Whittle 94). Josh Falkingham. Andy Kirk, Ryan Wallace (Ryan Thomson 82).
SUBS NOT USED: Craig Dargo, Michal Hrivnak (GK).
SCORER: Kirk (37), Kane (64)
YELLOW CARD: Kane (60)

League Form

The Lanarkshire club are the only club in Scotland without an away win in the league. They have won three times at home against Inverness, Aberdeen and Ross County. They lie 11th in the Premiership but they are only four points off sixth!

Hamilton DDunfermlinene
Current League Position
11 6
Last Six Results
League Points
20 25
Goal Difference
-10 -5
Home / Away League Record
P14, W3, D6, L4 P12, W3, D3, L6

Recent Form

 .  Form last six matches.
 . . Hamilton Accies .  .  . Dunfermline  .
 . Dunfermline (A) D 1-1  . Hamilton Accies (H) D 1-1
 . Kilmarnock (H)) D 1-1  . Falkirk (A) L  .0-2
 . Inverness CT (H) W 3-0  . Dundee United (H) D 1-1
 . St Johnstone (A) L 0-3  . Alloa Athletic (A) W


 . Kilmarnock (A) W 1-0  . St Mirren (H) D


 . Motherwell (H) D


 . Ayr United (A) W


The sides have an identical record in their last six matches. Hamilton progressed to the Fifth Round courtesy of a 90th minute penalty scored by Rakish Bingham but that is their first victory in twelve matches but they have followed that up with a 3-0 home win over Inverness Caley Thistle in the midweek fixture on 31st January.

The Pars unbeaten of eleven matches came to an end with their 2-0 defeat at The Falkirk Stadium last Saturday.

Last Time Out

DUNFERMLINE (v Hamilton Accies):
Sean Murdoch: Andy Geggan (c) (Jason Talbot 39), Lee Ashcroft, Callum Morris, Lewis Martin: Paul McMullan, John Herron, Nat Wedderburn, Kallum Higginbotham: Nicky Clark, Michael Moffat (David Hopkirk 87)
SUBS NOT USED: Gavin Reilly, Joe Cardle, Rhys McCabe, Michael Paton, David Hutton (GK)

HAMILTON ACCIES (v Dunfermline): Remi Matthews: Ioannis Skondras (Scott McMann 54), Danny Seaborne, Michael Devlin (c), Massimo Donati, Grant Gillespie (Dougie Imrie HT): Darian MacKinnon, Blair Adams, Eamonn Brophy, Daniel Redmond (Gramoz Kurtaj 78), Rakish Bingham
SUBS NOT USED: Ronan Hughes, Craig Watson, Ross Cunningham, Gary Woods (GK).

Come on ye Pars!

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