Nathan Ralph has lost an appeal against his red card in Sunday's Rangers game and will miss Saturday’s trip to Kilmarnock.
Tommy Wright challenged his St Johnstone players to fill the void left by Drey Wright’s season-ending knee injury.
Christmas has come early for Dundee fans, with their team moving off the bottom of the Premiership table. Courier sports writers Ian Roache, Neil Robertson and Eric Nicolson assess whether it is now up, up and away for the Dark Blues, how high St Johnstone should be aiming and why Robbie Neilson was so unhappy with Dundee United's weekend draw.
Tommy Wright believes the run of form his St Johnstone team are currently on could be the best in his time as Perth manager.
Tommy Wright is hopeful that a new contract for St Johnstone captain Joe Shaughnessy will be signed before Christmas – and he may not be the only one.
Imposing your style of play rather than succumbing to your opponents’ is a must-do on the road for title hopefuls like Dundee United.
Robbie Neilson will challenge any disciplinary action that could result from his touchline dismissal at Cappielow on Saturday.
Dundee United were on course for the win they needed to bounce back from their thrashing by Ayr United until a late goalkeeping error cost them two points in Greenock.
Perseverance paid off for Matty Kennedy, who has ended a worrying run of penalty misses for St Johnstone.
Tommy Wright may have already guided St Johnstone through the most successful era in the club’s history and to their one major trophy triumph.