St Johnstone must beat Inverness Caley Thistle in today’s noon McDiarmid Park kick-off to have a chance of playing in next season’s Europa League.
St Johnstone may have Callum Davidson back for Saturday’s home game against Inverness Caley Thistle (noon).
Paddy Cregg lost his place in the St Johnstone team due to suspension but is hoping to get it back and play an important role in the closing weeks of the season.
St Johnstone goalkeeper Alan Mannus is keen to stay at McDiarmid Park.
St Johnstone are hoping defender Steven Anderson recovers from the ankle injury in time for Saturday’s home noon kick-off against Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
As St Johnstone are not playing until Sunday, it will give their injured and ill players Callum and Murray Davidson and David McCracken more time to recover.
St Johnstone’s preparation for Sunday’s home game against Ross County has been slightly hindered by the cancellation of Tuesday’s closed doors match against Kilmarnock.
St Johnstone, already minus the suspended Liam Craig and injured Liam Caddis for Sunday’s SPL home game against Ross County, could also be without the injured Callum Davidson and David McCracken.
St Johnstone are hoping Liam Caddis recovers quickly from the ankle injury he received in the closed doors game against Aberdeen.
St Johnstone and Ross County have failed in a bid to have the game between the two sides scheduled for Sunday, April 21, moved to another date or kick-off time.
Dundee’s slim SPL survival hopes have been handed a boost.
Having failed to win any of their post-split fixtures last season, St Johnstone are hoping for better results this time.
St Johnstone may have secured their top-six place but they are intent on getting three more points at Inverness Caley Thistle tonight (Friday).
Inverness Caley Thistle are set to name an unchanged squad for Friday's Clydesdale Bank Premier League clash with St Johnstone.
St Johnstone are trusting Murray Davidson recovers from an ankle knock in time to face Inverness Caley Thistle away on Friday night.
Having secured a point at home to Dundee United, which clinched their top-six place, St Johnstone team boss Steve Lomas is targeting another three when Saints face Inverness Caley Thistle away on Friday.
Dundee United’s top-six hopes are hanging by a thread. A slender one.
St Johnstone pair Gary Miller and Frazer Wright have recovered from injuries and are in the squad to face Dundee United at home tonight (Monday).
St Johnstone manager Steve Lomas is delighted at the impact loan signings Michael Doughty, Mehdi Abeid and Gwion Edwards have made.
St Johnstone hope central defender Frazer Wright suffers no reaction to his Achilles tendon injury.