Reid: Accies have to get Rover this jinx

BILLY REID admits Hamilton have got a score to settle when they face Raith Rovers this weekend.

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Accies head to Stark's Park tomorrow aiming to pick up their first points of the season against Grant Murray's side, having suffered a 2-0 defeat in Fife and a 1-0 home reverse already this term.

The Lanarkshire outfit head into the Kirkcaldy clash aiming to cut the gap on seventh-placed Falkirk in the Irn-Bru First Division standings.

And manager Reid is determined to make it third time lucky when they head to Fife.

He said: "I think we have got a massive point to prove to Raith Rovers tomorrow.

"I thought we were robbed in the first game of the season and there wasn't a lot in the last match when they nicked it here 1-0."


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