Another double header, this time away from home against Livingston. First of all, well done to Livingston for their dogged determination to succeed in making entry to a game against Accies this season cost only £5. I do hope they will be rewarded big crowd. Accies go into the first game showing their best form of the season, having won their last 3 games and 4 of their last 7. Livvy are not far behind with 3 wins in the last 7, and will have some confidence, having taken 4 points from the 2 fixtures between the teams played at NDP earlier in the season. Accies will be without the suspended Devlin (for the first game), Fisher and Neil continue to have injury worries and Canning was taken off after 77 mins on Tuesday as a precaution. Lets hope that spine of the team is not too badly hit by these doubts and the suspension. Lee Kilday to come in to the squad? It seems to me to be a possibility, as cover if nothing more, but he took a knock at one point in the U20s game vs Aberdeen on Wednedsay (which we lost 4-1, although it was not, apparently, a 4-1 game!) and there is no info at time of writing as to his fitness. For once we have no worries up front, with some strong competition for places, although I can't see any change to the May, McShane and McKinnon combination, despite pressure from Brophy and Ryan. Accies have every reason to be confident going into these games and I would like to think we can collect 4 points out of 6. A 4th place finish to match last year might be on the minds of Neil and McAvoy - I reckon it's a long shot, but not wholly out of the question.