St Johnstone were the main losers in the annual anomalies of the Scottish Premier League split after being handed one less home game than their top-six rivals.
The Perth side will play 18 home games and 20 away this season with Kilmarnock benefiting with an extra match at Rugby Park after dropping out of the top half.
St Johnstone will play European rivals Motherwell and Celtic away for a third time, but also play Rangers and Dundee United at home on a third occasion this season.
SPL secretary Iain Blair said it was "simply impossible" to ensure 19 home games for all clubs this season.
Blair said: "We try to achieve as balanced a fixture list as possible. Also, among the things we look at is what has happened in previous years. For example, Kilmarnock had only 18 home games in 2006/07 but will gain a home game this season. St Johnstone are losing a home game but they have gained one in the past."
The only other team facing a third away game is Hibernian, who will travel to Inverness again on the final day having won there for the second time this term on Saturday.
The big post-split games include the Old Firm derby at Parkhead on April 29, giving Celtic two games to secure the point they need to clinch the title before facing Rangers. Celtic have the chance to do so at Kilmarnock on Saturday and then face Motherwell at Fir Park on April 22.
The battle for the second Champions League spot could come down to an intriguing last-day meeting between Motherwell and Dundee United at Fir Park, although St Johnstone are level with their Tayside rivals, five points behind the Steelmen.
The big game in the bottom six takes place in the penultimate round of fixtures when Hibernian host Dunfermline at Easter Road on Monday, May 7. Hibs are currently six points ahead of the bottom club.
The fixtures have also thrown up a Thursday night encounter with Celtic hosting St Johnstone on May 3 - 24 hours after Rangers play Dundee United at Ibrox.