For a Premiership side to lose once against part-time League 1 opposition in a Betfred Cup group campaign could be considered unfortunate – to lose twice though is nothing short of embarrassing.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright is hoping history will repeat itself once his team emerge from the international break.
St Johnstone’s Wallace Duffy insists he is determined to seize his chance for the club playing in his preferred position of centre-half.
Jason Holt insists concentration is key if St Johnstone hope to stop shooting themselves in the foot with the concession of sloppy goals.
St Johnstone are still searching for their first league win of the season following this heavy defeat to Rangers at McDiarmid.
St Johnstone twice came from behind against Hearts at McDiarmid to make it a magnificent seven games unbeaten.
He is no mean scorer himself but Tony Watt admits he might be having a quiet word after St Johnstone play Kilmarnock with goal machine Kris Boyd to ask him the secret of his success.
Stevie May admits he would like nothing better than to score on his return to Pittodrie tomorrow but his main aim is simply helping St Johnstone secure their first three points of the Premiership season.
St Johnstone skipper Joe Shaughnessy wants recent records to really count for something at the end of the season
St Johnstone skipper Joe Shaughnessy admits he isn’t sure the magnitude of what the team has achieved recently has sunk in yet.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright is hoping the club’s patient approach to transfer window recruitment will pay dividends, starting on Saturday against Aberdeen at Pittodrie.