Livingston’s Scott Robinson feels like he has been “set free” in his natural position after his impressive form as a centre-forward earned him the Scottish Premiership player of the month award.
Brian Rice has told his Hamilton players to consign their Rangers result to history and focus on Livingston.
Livingston manager David Martindale has hailed Scott Robinson’s player of the month award as just recognition for his impact on their form.
Rangers’ lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership table was trimmed to 21 points after they slipped up at Hamilton, while Hibernian cemented their grip on third with victory over Aberdeen.
Manager David Martindale felt Livingston were undone by set-piece sloppiness after suffering his first defeat in management.
Callum Davidson is adamant St Johnstone’s 2-1 victory over Livingston will have no bearing when the sides take to the field for the Betfred Cup final.
Livingston’s 14-game unbeaten run came to a shuddering halt as St Johnstone emerged 2-1 winners from this dress rehearsal for the Betfred Cup final.
Aberdeen piled the pressure on boss Derek McInnes after losing 2-0 to Hibs at Easter Road in the Premiership.
Aberdeen defender Greg Leigh says only way to stop criticism is to jump back to third spot and stay there
Defender Greg Leigh accepts there will be criticism when Aberdeen flop as they are Scotland’s third biggest club.
Craig Sibbald is unlikely to feature in Livingston’s home match against St Johnstone on Saturday.
Jason Holt believes the correct chemistry at Livingston has underpinned the West Lothian club’s remarkable run of form.
Aberdeen attacker Ryan Hedges is set to miss the rest of the season after tearing a pectoral muscle off the bone.
Joe Harper column: Aberdeen need to find form quickly – maybe time is right to make Lewis Ferguson captain?
Aberdeen’s poor run in front of goal needs to end quickly.
St Johnstone veteran Craig Bryson insists Saturday’s Livingston clash is no dress rehearsal for the Betfred Cup final.
Potential Covid rule breach under investigation after Livingston team eat at Aberdeen’s Tony Macaroni
Police are investigating a potential breach of Covid rules after Livingston players and staff were spotted eating inside an Aberdeen restaurant.
Livingston boss David Martindale insists the winners of Saturday’s Scottish Premiership clash with St Johnstone would only take a slight advantage into their Betfred Cup final.
Lewis Ferguson reflects on Aberdeen’s missed Premiership chances this season: ‘Every single time we’ve dropped points, it has been a missed opportunity’
Lewis Ferguson says the Dons have dropped too many points against sides below them in the Premiership this season.
‘I think we’ve got to go and turn Hibs over’ – Lewis Ferguson says Easter Road win is paramount as Aberdeen look to recover from Livi loss
Lewis Ferguson views Aberdeen’s clash with Hibs as must-win as they bid to recover from their loss to Livingston.
Sean Wallace column: By the time Aberdeen’s new strike trio are up to speed, the Dons could be out of Euro race
It took less than 24 hours for the positivity of transfer deadline day to be popped by the reality of Aberdeen’s stuttering season.
On current form, Aberdeen can forget about overhauling Celtic to finish second in the Premiership.
Dons boss Derek McInnes admitted their poor first half display cost them the chance of getting anything against Livingston.
Livingston manager David Martindale believes European qualification has to be a goal for his side after victory at Aberdeen moved them to within five points of their opponents.
Livingston continued their superb form under manager Davie Martindale as they beat Aberdeen 2-0 to make to stretch their unbeaten run to 14 games.
Deadline-day signing Fraser Hornby will start for Aberdeen against Livingston tonight (6pm kick-off) after he sealed a loan move from French side Reims.
Willie Miller column: Aberdeen could now have the strike force to get better of Livingston – and chase down second in Premiership
Loan signings Fraser Hornby, Florian Kamberi and Callum Hendry could put a stop to Aberdeen’s striker goal drought and help pile the pressure on Celtic.
‘Can you imagine listening to the Champions League music playing at Pittodrie?’ – Aberdeen defender Andy Considine targeting second in Premiership
Aberdeen defender Andy Considine dreams of hearing the Champions League theme at Pittodrie next season.
Jack Simpson and Scott Wright will get the chance to play a part in Rangers’ title run-in after the champions-elect rushed through their deadline day signings.
Celtic left it late to finally make their only signing of the January window as they announced the loan capture of Everton’s Jonjoe Kenny.
Livingston manager David Martindale will tweak his side and tactics for the second half of the double-header against Aberdeen but admits there were no revelations to come from Saturday’s goalless draw.
Scott Wright and Jack Simpson are both set to complete immediate moves to Rangers.