Accies make the short trip to Maryhill on Saturday to face Partick Thistle, kick off 3pm. We’re in a good position at the moment, with six points from the opening three matches, but face up to a Jags team that defeated Ross County 4-0 in their previous home game and then earned a good draw up at Dens Park last time out. The fact that popular midfielder Tony Andreu was able to make his first appearance of the season as a substitute last weekend was a great boost and he must be a strong contender for a starting spot this week, having come through 90 minutes at Inverness on Tuesday. Player/manager Alex Neil is also likely to come back into the squad after missing out last week through injury.

Eamonn Brophy was another who caught the eye in midweek with a hat-trick for the Development team and he’ll be keen to get involved too.

Louis Longridge (left) has also trained this week after dislocating a toe a fortnight ago. Louis and Alex are added to last week's 18.

Partick will miss goalkeeper Scott Fox (who was a youth player at Accies 13 years ago!) after his red card last weekend, but have the experienced Paul Gallagher as deputy. They signed former Tamworth defender Ben Richards-Everton during the week after he had impressed on trial. They also feature former Accies player Gary Fraser and he’s been in cracking form this season with a couple of good goals to his name already.

Accies fans will be housed in the main stand (as opposed to the more familiar Jackie Husband Stand), with admission set at £22 for adults and £15 for concessions (over 65s, students and disabled fans). Children under 16 can get in for £5.

Accies have revealed details of a special deal for the match against Ross County on 30th August. Children who attend local schools, football clubs and after school clubs will be offered free admission to the game, while Accies season ticket holders can obtain two additional free tickets on application at the club office.

Read more: Bringing Back The Roar!

It is still very early days and, although Hamilton fans won’t be getting carried away, they must still be delighted that they are no longer favourites to finish bottom of the Premiership. Scottish bookmakers, McBookie.com, has pushed them out from 5/2 to 4/1 and now make St Mirren the 5/2 favourites. Ross County are also ahead of Accies in the betting at 7/2.

Read more: McBookie Offers 21/08/14

This Saturday we make the short trip into Glasgow to play Partick Thistle at Firhill Stadium, 3pm kick off.

Admission arrangements have changed at Firhill since our last visit, so Accies fans should take note of the new matchday arrangements for visiting teams.

Read more: Admission Arrangements for Firhill

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  • 23 Aug
    Partick Thistle (Firhill, 3pm) 23 Aug 2014 All Day

  • 26 Aug
    Alloa (7.45pm, NDP) 26 Aug 2014 All Day

  • 30 Aug
    Ross County (NDP, 3pm) 30 Aug 2014 All Day

  • 23 Aug - 31 Aug

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League Table

 
P
GD
Pts
Inverness
3
4
7
Celtic
2
8
6
Accies
3
1
6
Dun Utd
3
-1
6
Partick
2
4
4
Kilmarnock
3
-1
4
Dundee
3
0
3
Aberdeen
2
-1
3
Motherwell
3
-2
3
St J'stone
3
-3
3
St Mirren
2
-3
0
Ross Co
3
-6
0