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Hamilton Accies let fans down and we owe them a performance at Falkirk, says Jake Davidson

Jake Davidson admits Hamilton Accies let their fans down with their dismal 3-2 defeat to Annan and owe it to supporters to get a result at title rivals Falkirk this weekend.

The January signing fired home a 90th minute equaliser at New Douglas Park as Accies came from 2-0 down, only for Josh Walker to head in a 93rd minute winner for the Galabankies and put a huge dent in Hamilton's title hopes.

The visitors were in control after a Tommy Goss header in 33 minutes and a thumping volley from Wullie Gibson five minutes into the second half.

Accies pulled one back in 62 minutes when Matty Douglas turned Ben Williamson's effort into his own net and then Davidson rifled a fine strike into the top corner to seemingly salvage a point.

The hosts hit the post through Williamson in stoppage time and then saw Annan go down the pitch and grab a dramatic winner when Walker headed home Kai Nugent's cross.

It sparked angry scenes amongst the home fans, as some circled the dugout calling for boss John Rankin to quit with Accies eight points adrift of the Bairns, having played a game more.

And Davidson, who joined from Inverness last month, said: "I think we have let a lot of people down so we will be looking to put that right against Falkirk.

"The fans expect a lot better from us and we expect a lot better from ourselves.

"They pay their money at the end of the day so they are entitled to feel like that.

"We showed good fight but we know it was for nothing in the end.

"When you score in the 90th minute, you want to push on and find that winner but they've hit us with a sucker punch right at the end.

"At the start of the day, we wanted three points to put pressure on Falkirk going into the game with them, so it is a must-win game now.