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Kilmarnock then St Johnstone on Scottish Tour

Burnley will provisionally play Scottish Premier League side,Kilmarnock at Rugby Park on Thursday, August 6 in the first game of the Scottish mini-tour. The match will kick off at 7.30pm.

Kilmarnock last season finished in 8th place in the SPL.

As announced yesterday, two days later, on Saturday, August 8 (KO 3pm),the Clarets will face St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park.

St Johnstone gained promotion to the SPL this season as Champions of the Scottish First Division and this will be the second pre-season in succession that Coyle has taken his men back to his former club.

The full list of pre-season friendlies to date now reads:

Bradford City (A), Saturday, July 11 (3pm).

USA Tour 2009


VC Fusion in Los Angeles, Monday, 20th July

TBC in LA, Wednesday, 22nd July

Portland Timbers at PGE Park, Oregon, Saturday, July 25th.


Accrington Stanley (A), Tuesday, July 28th.

Leeds United (H), Saturday, August 1, (3pm).

Scotland Tour 2009 (both provisional)


Kilmarnock (A), Thursday, August 6 (KO 7.30pm).

St Johnstone (A) Saturday, August 8 (KO 3pm).


Burnley XI

Chester City (A) Thursday, July 30 (7.45pm).






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Writer: turfmanphil Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday June 12 2009

Time: 5:34PM

Your Comments

Oh well I suppose at least both teams are in the SPL, but again it doesn't seem a particularly challenging tour as we prepare for life in the top flight. The danger is we win against all these lower league teams and think we are the bee knees! We should be playing against Championship sides at least in my opinion.
turfmanphil
Wow! Just wanted to come back on here and say congrats to you guys! Yours site has grown so much since I used to psot on here for friendly Championship banter with Colchester, while ours is still languishing with just Stevo and I! Have a great time in the PL! Come and say hi sometime, cheers. Vital Colchester.
Matt_Us
Cheers for that Matt_Us good luck in your campaign ;-) and the next high profile friendly fixture has been announced (wait for it!!) a trip too the mighty Morecambe to be played on the 14th July,I am all for helping out the local lower league teams but i must admit it's a bit disappointing the friendly fixtures!
8clarets8
Oh well. At least we are now Premier League on wwwbbc. I think it changed today (Monday) or it could have been sometime over the weekend.
Couch Potato
 

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