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St Johnstone 2-0 St Mirren: Perth men boost top-six bid

ST JOHNSTONE returned to winning ways to stay on course for a top-six finish with a cakewalk of a victory over an insipid St Mirren team surely now destined for the Championship. Goals in either half did the damage, but, in truth, had Tommy Wright’s men been more ruthless there could have been a  »  10d

St Johnstone v St Mirren preview

St. Mirren boss Gary Teale will take the same squad which suffered last-gasp heartache against Kilmarnock last week to Perth for Saturday's Scottish Premiership clash with St Johnstone.  »  11d

Road vote angers St Johnstone

St Johnstone have reacted angrily after local councillors voted to allow a controversial relief road to be built through their new £100,000 training base in Perth.  »  12d

Archibald hails players

Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald praised his players after a 3-0 victory over St Johnstone at Firhill and challenged them to overcome the inconsistency that has plagued their season.  »  17d

Scottish roundup: Stuart Bannigan eases Partick’s relegation fears

• Kilmarnock maintain Gary Locke’s unbeaten record • Ross County earn a hard fought 2-2 draw at Hamilton Partick Thistle beat St Johnstone 3-0 in convincing style to alleviate their relegation concerns at Firhill. Two goals in the first 10 minutes of play from Kris Doolan and Conrad Balatoni p

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Partick 3-0 St Johnstone: Thistle do nicely

PITY the poor punter. The form book suggested that Thistle, who had lost their four previous home games and who hadn’t beaten yesterday’s opponents in nine attempts, would struggle to avoid being sucked back towards the relegation zone.  »  17d

Virgil van Dijk: Busy Celtic have staying power

FATIGUE appears to be viewed as the biggest enemy to his teams trophy-snaring ambitions by Celtic manager Ronny Deila. Virgil van Dijk was this week forced to admit it was becoming an unwelcome presence as he reflected on the home loss to St Johnstone that has shattered the clubs air of domestic  »  24d

Rumour Mill: Celtic | Rangers | Dave King

Celtic suffer home defeat at hands of St Johnstone; Kenny McDowall reckons Dave King needs five years to fix Rangers while Paul Murray is slated to be chairman until King passes SFAs fit-and-proper test  »  27d

St Johnstones Danny Swanson claims shock winner against Celtic

St Johnstones Danny Swanson inflicted a first domestic defeat of 2015 on the league leaders Celtic with a memorable goal. The on-loan Coventry midfielder marked his first Scottish Premiership start for Saints with a glorious first-time effort in the 54th minute to claim victory. Continue

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