Hamilton are now an amazing 1/7 for a Top Six finish following another fantastic victory last weekend. Amazingly they are also just now 5/1 in the W/O Celtic market. The performances mean that Hamilton are now expected to win games and they go into Saturday’s match against Dundee as the 6/4 favourites. Dundee are 9/5, with the draw 5/2.

Considering Hamilton failed to beat Dundee last season that shows how much respect the bookies are giving them. There is also sure to be added spice due to the fact that Dundee pipped Accies to the league title. The 3-0 win over Aberdeen was Hamilton’s fifth consecutive clean sheet. You can get 2/1 that they manage another one at Dens and 17/5 that they will win two nil.

McBookie has a great free bet offer for Hamilton fans.
Simply place a £10 bet on the game and, if it loses, they will refund your stake as real cash – basically you cannot lose. The only condition is that the bet must be placed in the correct score, First Goalscorer or 90minute markets.
Simply open an account via the link. If you already have an account visit the site via the link and place your bet as normal

T&C
Place a £10 bet on the 90mins, Correct Score or 1st Scorer market in the Dundee v Hamilton game and if it loses McBookie will return your money within 24hrs. One free bet per customer

 Accies defeated Dundee 2-0 in the SPFL Development League at a chilly NDP on Tuesday night. Accies dominated the game from start to finish and the only surprise was the narrow margin of victory. They scorned a number of chances and struck the crossbar twice in the first half. The opening goal was a first half Jason Scotland penalty after Andy Ryan had been tripped and the second was a last minute header by Darren Smith. 

Manager Alex Neil played for over an hour while Jon Routledge (left) got a much needed 90 minutes under his belt. 

Accies; Currie, Harrison, McMann, Want, Watson, Routledge, Ryan (Brophy 73), Lyon, Scotland (McGrath 73), Neil (Smith 67) and Docherty
Unused subs; Granger, Reilly, Gutsul and Marshall

Our Scottish Communities League Cup Round 4 game away to Aberdeen has now been confirmed as follows:-

Aberdeen v Hamilton Academical on Wednesday 29th October 2014, kick off 7.45pm, at Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen. Accies fans will be in the South Stand and admission prices are - Adults £20; Over 60s £14; u18s and students (with appropriate ID) £10; u12s £5

 Accies strengthened their grip at the top of the league with this fine win over Aberdeen, who had been on a good run themselves. Tony Andreu grabbed the headlines (and the champagne) with a two goal performance and Mickael Antoine Curier sealed the win with a well taken third at the end. There were excellent performances throughout the team and Accies will now head to Dens Park next Saturday on top of the table. 

Post match interviews with Alex Neil, Tony Andreu and Michael McGovern have been loaded onto the AudioBoom channel. 

Mike Bishop's Match Pictures

Read more: Accies 3 Aberdeen 0

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Last Game; Historic win at Celtic Park

Accies went back to the top of the league following their first win at Celtic Park since the second world war. Ali Crawford was the star man with the game's only goal, but this was a terrific team performance by the hoops.

Match report, photos, and SPFL video highlights.
Interviews are on the AudioBoom channel.

Accies Squad 2014-15

Back row: Dougie Imrie, Ziggy Gordon, Craig Watson, Darren Hill, Kieran MacDonald, Michael McGovern, Jesus Garcia Tena, Blair Currie, Aldin El Zubaidi, Louis Longridge, Stephen Hendrie
Middle row: Colin Clancy (Sports Scientist), Frankie McAvoy (Academy Director), Darren Lyon, Eamonn Brophy, Andy Ryan, Michael Devlin, Mickael Antoine Curier, Martin Canning, Scott McMann, Tony Andreu, Darian MacKinnon, George Cairns (Head of Youth), Craig Coyle (GK Coach)
Front row: Danny Cunning (kitman), Jaison McGrath, Greg Docherty, Jason Scotland, Jon Routledge, Alex Neil (Player / Manager), Ali Crawford, Grant Gillespie, Danny Redmond, Danny Armstrong, Victoria McIntyre (Physiotherapist)

  • 25 Oct
    Dundee (Dens Pk, 3pm) 25 Oct 2014 All Day

  • 27 Oct
    Ross County (U20, 6pm, Inverness Clach) 27 Oct 2014 All Day

  • 25 Oct - 28 Oct

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League Table

 
P
GD
Pts
Accies
10
14
23
Dun Utd
10
7
22
Inverness
10
6
20
Kilmarnock
10
6
20
Celtic
9
13
17
Aberdeen
10
1
16
Dundee
10
-1
13
Partick
9
0
10
St J'stone
10
-7
9
St Mirren
10
-8
7
Motherwell
10
-12
7
Ross Co
10
-19
4