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Mar 8, 2014 at 3pm UK at Rugby Park
Kilmarnock
4-2
Hearts
Wilson (27' og.), Boyd (49', 51'), Gardyne (71')
FT(HT: 1-1)
Carrick (30'), Nicholson (68')

Half-Time Report: Kilmarnock, Hearts level at half time

Kilmarnock and Hearts go into half time with the score level in their Scottish Premiership game this afternoon.

Kilmarnock and Hearts go into half time with the score level in their Scottish Premiership game this afternoon.

Ryan Stevenson fired over early on for the visitors during an opening period in which both sides struggled to create chances.

The first real opening saw Dylan McGowan clear off the line following Lee Ashcroft's effort.

Stevenson again saw a long range drive go over the bar, before Heart's Danny Wilson put the ball into his own net after a deflection from Rory McKenzie's ball into the box.

Kilmarnock's lead only lasted a few minutes as Dale Carrick lifted the ball over Craig Samson to equalise.

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