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23 hours ago

Dick out for Falkirk

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LivingstonLivingston
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Falkirk will be without Liam Dick, who has an ankle injury, when they take on Livingston on Tuesday.

Kieran Duffie, Thomas Grant and Lewis Small are back in full training but they will not be considered due to a lack of recent game time.

The Bairns lost 3-0 to Queen of the South on Saturday and are determined to bounce back, with technical director Alex Smith saying: "It is good to have a game so soon afterwards to get going again.

"We have two home games in a row and if we win them we will have moved...

2 days ago

Livingston 0-4 Hibernian

LivingstonLivingston
HibernianHibernian
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Hibernian put a couple of frustrating home draws behind them when powering to a 4-0 Scottish Championship win at Livingston.

The visitors went ahead after 31 minutes when Livi goalkeeper Darren Jamieson spilled David Gray's cross and Dominique Malonga pounced on the loose ball.

Danny Handling then produced a calm finish to double the advantage in the 53rd minute after being set up by Jason Cummings and Dylan McGeouch made it three from the penalty spot following a foul on Cummings.

Substitute Paul Heffernan...

Oct 12, 2014

Jamieson penalty hero for Livi

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StranraerStranraer
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Darren Jamieson was the hero as Livingston booked their place in the Petrofac Training Cup final with a penalty shootout victory over Stranraer after the last-four clash ended 1-1.

Stranraer striker Jamie Longworth broke the deadlock one minute before half-time when he cut inside and stroked a left-footed strike into the bottom right-hand corner.

Gary Glen was introduced on the hour mark and needed just six minutes to stamp his authority on the cup tie as he drilled the ball home after good play by...

Sep 28, 2014

Sow at the double for Hearts

Heart of MidlothianHeart of Midlothian
LivingstonLivingston
5
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Osman Sow netted twice as Hearts scored five on home soil for the second successive match to see off Livingston.

The Jambos, who remain top of the Scottish Premiership after this 5-0 thumping, took just 14 minutes to get up and running with Soufian El Hassnaoui breaking the deadlock.

On the half hour mark it was two. Having watched Alim Ozturk rattle the post just a minute earlier Jamie Walker found a way past Darren Jamieson from a tight angle.

Sow then profited from a stray back pass to fire home...

Sep 23, 2014

Rooney treble sinks Livingston

AberdeenAberdeen
LivingstonLivingston
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A second-half Adam Rooney hat-trick ensured Aberdeen began their League Cup defence with a comprehensive win over Livingston at Pittodrie.

Ash Taylor gave the Dons an interval lead in an even first half but the holders took control after the break with Rooney ruthless in front of goal.

Aberdeen were quick out of the blocks and Rooney pounced on a loose ball to fire a low 20 yard shot at goal, which was saved, albeit unconvincingly, by Darren Jamieson.

Livingston looked edgy in the opening period and...