Kilmarnock face a trip to Glasgow Celtic at Celtic Park on Saturday evening, and have come away with little in previous meetings, having taken no points from 72 of the 91 contests.
The most recent encounter between these two sides was less than a year ago, in April 2003, with Celtic running out comfortable 2 - 0 winners in a Scottish Premier match.
For a detailed analysis of the head-to-head between the two sides, click here
|Recent encounters between the teams:|
|2003/2004||Sat 01 Nov||Kilmarnock||0 - 5||Celtic||SPL|
|2002/2003||Sun 25 May||Kilmarnock||0 - 4||Celtic||SPL|
|2002/2003||Sun 13 Apr||Celtic||2 - 0||Kilmarnock||SPL|
|2002/2003||Sun 15 Dec||Kilmarnock||1 - 1||Celtic||SPL|
|2002/2003||Sat 28 Sep||Celtic||5 - 0||Kilmarnock||SPL|
|2001/2002||Sat 26 Jan||Kilmarnock||0 - 2||Celtic||SFAC|
|2001/2002||Sat 12 Jan||Kilmarnock||0 - 2||Celtic||SPL|
Recent respective form guides
Glasgow Celtic are unbeaten in their last six home games, winning five of them, and drawing the other one. In this time, The Bhoys have rattled up an impressive 17 goals, and conceded 3.
Kilmarnock have an average recent record on the road, winning and losing 3 each of the last six games. A generous 12 goals have been both scored and conceded in this period.
Celtic are leading the way in the Bank of Scotland Scottish Premier, with their 21 games giving them a return of 61 points. Kilmarnock are hovering perilously just above the relegation zone, with 21 points from 21 matches.
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FootyMad's prediction ...
The Killie are doing reasonably well on their travels in recent games, but FootyMad think this will not be enough to stop what should be a relatively comfortable home win for Celtic. Home win
|Celtic||Won 5 successive home games.|
6 games since last home draw.
Won their latest 6 matches.
Not drawn a match in their last 12 .
|Kilmarnock||8 games since last away draw.|
No win in the 2 most recent games.