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Dumbarton

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FalkirkFalkirk
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Raith RoversRaith Rovers
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DumbartonDumbarton
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RangersRangers
DumbartonDumbarton
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Queen of the SouthQueen of the South
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Kirkpatrick out for Sons

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FalkirkFalkirk
5:30 PM GMT
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Dumbarton have ruled out Jordan Kirkpatrick for the visit of Falkirk due to a hip problem.

There could be further absentees for the Sons as both Kieran MacDonald and Mark Gilhaney are facing fitness tests.

Manager Ian Murray said: "Both teams go into this game in good form so it should be a good game. We drew with Falkirk earlier in the season, however we would much prefer a win this time out.

"We want to be a top-half side and winning this game pulls us closer to that objective."

Falkirk are without...

Agnew is spot on for Dumbarton

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Raith RoversRaith Rovers
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1
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Scott Agnew's late penalty snatched Dumbarton a 2-1 victory against Raith - and back-to-back wins for the first time this season.

Agnew netted both of the Sons' goals, with Mark Stewart scoring the visitors' equaliser.

Mitchel Megginson and Andrew Graham threatened for Dumbarton, before the hosts saw their early momentum halted by an injury to Jordan Kirkpatrick which saw him go off after eight minutes.

However, the Sons reorganised and Agnew's rising shot gave them a 20th-minute lead, only for Mark...

Kane shows he's able with winner

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DumbartonDumbarton
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Chris Kane's early strike helped Dumbarton claim just their second win in nine matches as they saw off Alloa 1-0.

Kane's right-foot shot broke the deadlock after just nine minutes after he was teed-up inside the box by Andrew Graham, but they could have already been a goal down had Stephen Simmons' effort not rattled the post.

And five minutes after the break a fine double stop from Danny Rogers helped keep their lead in tact as he denied Greg Spence.

The visitors did have chances to extend their lead,...

Malonga treble inspires Hibs

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HibernianHibernian
3
6
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Dominique Malonga hit a hat-trick as Hibs made it five straight away wins with an amazing 6-3 Scottish Championship triumph over Dumbarton at The Bet Butler Stadium.

Scott Allan put the visitors ahead after 23 minutes when finishing off a fine move down the left, Malonga doubled the advantage soon after following a neat lay-off by Liam Craig and Paul Hanlon made it three on the half-hour mark when slotting home a low cross from close range.

However, substitute Chris Kane pulled one back for Dumbarton...

Sons hit back to punish Livi

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DumbartonDumbarton
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Dumbarton staged a superb second-half fightback to end a run of three successive defeats in the Scottish Championship with a 2-1 win at Livingston.

The hosts went ahead after 29 minutes when forward Daniel Mullen rolled the ball into the bottom corner after beating two Dumbarton defenders.

Livingston almost doubled their lead five minutes later but midfielder Gary Glen's header came back off the crossbar.

Dumbarton equalised after 62 minutes when Garry Fleming fired into the top corner after picking...