Tommy Wright is not totally satisfied with Callum Hendry despite watching his late winner boost St Johnstone’s hopes of claiming a top-six finish.
A late Callum Hendry strike boosted St Johnstone’s hopes of a top-six finish as they edged out Livingston 1-0 in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
St Johnstone striker Callum Hendry returns for the visit of Livingston after missing the midweek draw against St Mirren with a foot injury.
Neil Lennon hailed Celtic’s “amazing” domestic cup record after their 1-0 win over St Johnstone set up a William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final against Aberdeen.
Celtic scraped their way into the semi-finals of the William Hill Scottish Cup with hard-fought 1-0 win over St Johnstone.
Loan defender Anthony Ralston drops out of the St Johnstone squad for the William Hill Scottish Cup tie against his parent club, Celtic.
Steven Gerrard admits he will have to find answers in defence after Rangers were held to a 2-2 draw by St Johnstone.
Rangers dropped another two Ladbrokes Premiership points after St Johnstone striker Stevie May scored a late equaliser in Perth.
Liam Craig returns to the St Johnstone squad for the Ladbrokes Premiership clash with Rangers at McDiarmid Park on Sunday.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright is pleased with his side’s form going into the Ladbrokes Premiership game against Rangers at McDiarmid Park on Sunday.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright was delighted to see Chris Kane get a reward for his hard work with a stoppage-time winner against 10-man Motherwell.
Substitute Chris Kane scored a stoppage-time winner as St Johstone beat 10-man Motherwell 2-1.
St Johnstone forward Michael O’Halloran remains a doubt for the visit of Motherwell with a calf injury.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon insisted the “outstanding” Olivier Ntcham was going nowhere after the French midfielder set the champions on their way to a 3-0 Ladbrokes Premiership victory over St Johnstone.
Celtic made it 30 goals without reply against St Johnstone after sweeping their hosts away in the opening half hour to win 3-0.
St Johnstone will be without Drey Wright for the visit of Ladbrokes Premiership leaders Celtic.
Kilmarnock boss Alex Dyer insisted there is “no need to panic” despite Saturday’s 2-1 defeat at St Johnstone extending their losing run to seven Ladbrokes Premiership matches.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright welcomed his side’s 2-1 win over Kilmarnock as they bounced back from a midweek defeat at Livingston by taking all three points.
A late David Wotherspoon strike saw St Johnstone snatch a 2-1 win over Kilmarnock which moves then level on points with their seventh-placed opponents.
Murray Davidson is out of St Johnstone’s home Ladbrokes Premiership game against Kilmarnock.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright feared floodlight problems would halt his side’s William Hill Scottish Cup progress before seeing out a 3-0 triumph over Morton.
Callum Booth’s first goal for St Johnstone sent the Perth side on their way to a 3-0 William Hill Scottish Cup win over Morton in a match held up by floodlight failure at McDiarmid Park.
ST JOHNSTONE have been praised for ensuring the bulk of the Red Army were saved a wasted journey to Perth.