Imrie preparing a triple measure to give champions real headache . . .
not capitalise on home advantage. “At 1-0, we were in the driving seat and should have really kicked on from there,” he said. “But we didn’t seem to get going in the second half which was disappointing.
“We had a flurry of chances late on but it was too little, too late. We had enough chances to win the game.
“With no disrespect to Hamilton, who played well, I thought we had the better of the chances, but this has happened too many times this season already and so we need to put that right.”
ALL SMILES: Imrie, second right, scorer of Hamilton’s equaliser, helps celebrate after Ali Crawford’s winner