St Johnstone have this afternoon completed the loan signing until January of striker Joe Gormley from Peterborough United.
St Johnstone midfield man Murray Davidson may have played himself into a starting role when Saints take on Partick Thistle at Firhill a week on Saturday.
The SPFL has announced changes to the fixture schedule with Dundee and United games being moved.
After going on a 12-game unbeaten run, St Johnstone have lost their last two games, 4-2 at home to Celtic and 2-1 away to Inverness Caley Thistle.
St Johnstone have promoted a few players from their U/20 Development squad to the first team in the last couple of seasons.
St Johnstone are likely to know later the extent of the injuries suffered by central defensive duo Steven Anderson and Brad McKay.
St Johnstone duo Chris Millar and Tam Scobbie have both been ruled out of today's home game against Celtic (12.15).
St Johnstone defender Brian Easton is relishing the challenge of an Old Firm double this season.
Alan Mannus has had many highs in his career with Linfield, Shamrock Rovers, St Johnstone and Northern Ireland.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright is “very happy” with the form of striker Steven MacLean.
St Johnstone continued their great start to the season with a 2-1 away win over Motherwell.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright said his side’s character was “never in question” after they fought back from 2-1 down to beat Hearts 3-2 in the Betfred Cup at McDiarmid Park.
St Johnstone midfield man Chris Millar has recovered from a groin injury and is in the squad to face Hearts in tonight's Betfred Cup tie.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright described his two central defenders against Aberdeen, Steven Anderson and Tam Scobbie, as “outstanding”.
St Johnstone are minus defender Keith Watson and midfield man Chris Millar for Sunday’s home game against Aberdeen (k/o 12.15).
With the league season getting under way this weekend, St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright is keen to see his side do well in all three domestic competitions.
St Johnstone continued their good form with a 2-0 home friendly win over Bradford City.
St Johnstone will give a run to some younger players when they face Bradford City at home in a friendly tonight.
St Johnstone midfield man David Wotherspoon is unlikely to play in any of his side’s Betfred League Cup ties.
Alan Mannus and Zander Clark will fight it out for the goalkeeper’s position at St Johnstone this season.