Aberdeen got over their loss to Rangers with a solid 2-1 victory at St Johnstone.
Still nine points clear of the Gers, Derek McInnes’ side have just five league games to navigate to secure second.
Hibs are next up in the Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden next Saturday.
Here are three things Charlie Allan learned from Saturday’s game.
1) Dons defender hits eighth place on club’s all-time appearances list
Another week, another day when Andrew Considine passes another milestone in his career.
Playing at Perth saw the Dons defender draw level with 1970s strike legend Drew Jarvie in eighth place on the club’s all-time appearances list.
He had another fine match as well.
2) Captain’s performance from Ryan Jack should ease any fears of Rangers exit
Anyone worrying how being linked with Rangers would affect how Ryan Jack played only needs to watch a re-run of this game.
The Dons skipper was clearly fired up to prove a point as he put his hearts and soul into every tackle he made.
3) Free-scoring Aberdeen reach highest goals tally in a quarter of a century
The two goals at Perth mean the Dons have now scored the most they have in the league since the early 1990s.
It underlines just how well this team have done in a campaign that has seen them also match great winning runs to secure a place in Europe yet again.