James Dayton goes down under Andy Webster's challenge to earn Kilmarnock a match-winning penalty. Picture: Bill Murray/SNS
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Stewart Fisher at Rugby Park
While Kenny Shiels has been paying the price for his willingness to provoke the football authorities, Kilmarnock have been prospering.
The Rugby Park side may have lived on their nerves throughout this scarcely deserved 1-0 victory, but two wins and a draw is a decent return from the three matches they have played while their manager served a dugout ban.
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