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Livi held by 10 men

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Queen of the South claimed a 1-1 draw at home to Livingston despite being reduced to 10 men at Palmerston Park.

James Fowler was dismissed with 20 minutes to go but the home team clung on to continue their unbeaten start to the season.

Queens took the lead just after half an hour after Kyle Jacobs turned a Daniel Carmichael cross into his own net, and could have had more after a mad scramble in the Livingston area but for the keeping of Darren Jamieson.

Livi's pressure mounted and Zander Clark brought down substitute Gary Glen in the area, and Jordan White converted the penalty for his second goal for the club.

Fowler received two yellow cards for cynical play as the away side piled on the pressure, but Queen of the South clung on to take a point.

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