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Saturday, 24 December 2011

Dunfermline v St Johnstone Online Free Live Stream Clydesdale Bank Premier League Preview -24 Dec-2011,13:30 CET

Dunfermline v St Johnstone Online Free Live Stream Clydesdale Bank Premier League Preview -24 Dec-2011,13:30 CET.Pars 'desperate' for points - Kirk Striker Andy Kirk admits Dunfermline are "desperate" to claim a first home win of the Clydesdale Bank Premier League season against St Johnstone on Saturday.Watch Dunfermline v St Johnstone Live Stream Online Clydesdale Bank Premier League 2011 Video Free The match will take plcae at the in on Saturday 24/12/11 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things for you thanks.Watch Free Dunfermline v St Johnstone Stream Free Online Video Of Clydesdale Bank Premier League Saturday,24 Dec-2011 Kickoff and Time Table scheduled for 13:30 CET.Clydesdale Bank Premier League ,Watch Video Online Live Stream,Watch Dunfermline v St Johnstone Live Streaming Video ,Dunfermline v St Johnstone Stream,Dunfermline v St Johnstone Live free,Dunfermline v St Johnstone Streaming,Dunfermline v St Johnstone Live, Watch Dunfermline v St Johnstone online,Dunfermline v St Johnstone online, Dunfermline v St Johnstone Results,Clydesdale Bank Premier League Fixtures.The Pars have taken just four points from their eight previous home games this and enter the weekend's fixtures at the foot of the SPL following one win and 10 defeats in their last 14 matches.

Kirk said: "We're in desperate need of a result. It's important for us to get a win. Everyone's putting the emphasis on a home win, but we'd take any sort of win at the moment.

"The longer it goes on it's always there. The quicker we can get it out of the way the better." The Pars are behind Hibernian on goal difference at the bottom of the table, with Inverness a point better off. But Kirk insists one positive result could change the course of their season.

"We've had a lot of bad results of late and conceded a lot of bad goals," Kirk said. "It knocks your confidence at times, but it's one of those things. You've got to get it out of your system.

"It's one of those times where the boys have got to work hard as a team to try and put it right and hopefully, not too far in the future, we'll get a result and we can maybe kick on from there." Goalkeeper Paul Gallacher is out with a shoulder injury. Midfielder Joe Cardle could start after coming off the bench following a knee problem in the 4-0 loss at Hearts, while defender Paddy Boyle and midfielder Craig Easton are available again following injuries.

St Johnstone manager Steve Lomas is in no danger of foregoing his positive approach despite his honeymoon period coming to an abrupt end with three consecutive defeats.

Lomas could hardly have enjoyed a better start to his first major managerial role, taking seven points from games against Rangers, Hibernian and Hearts.

A run of three home games gave St Johnstone the chance to push Motherwell for third in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League but they suffered defeats to Stuart McCall's team as well as Aberdeen - in a game played in gale-force winds and torrential rain - and Celtic.

Lomas said: "Nothing has changed. We got beat by the second-placed team and the third-placed team and to be honest the Aberdeen game was a bit of a lottery.

"I didn't think it should have gone ahead but it did and the conditions had a major effect on the game.

"I'm still positive, we have a great bunch of boys. We are not going in with any apprehension - we are looking forward to the challenge." Another cause for optimism is St Johnstone's away record - they have only lost once on the road this season, against Hibernian, and only conceded two goals in the other eight away games.

"It's a wonderful game to have after three defeats, a different sort of game," Lomas said. "They are fighting for their lives and we are looking to get back on track so it's all set up for a great game." Lomas saw Jim McIntyre's side lose 2-1 at Celtic Park last month and he knows they will be positive against his team.

"Early on they had a go," Lomas said. "Individual errors cost them, which no manager can account for.

"But they did well and Celtic were a bit fortunate to be 2-0 up.

"Jim encourages his team to play. He was a grafter as a player and he'll get the same from his players." Lomas will still be without key defender Frazer Wright and Sandaza's strike partner, Cillian Sheridan, but Callum Davidson joins Sandaza and Morris in making his comeback after recovering from the illness that saw him miss the 2-0 defeat by Celtic.

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