Dundee are out of the bottom two in the Premiership for the first time since August after a comeback win against Livingston at the weekend.
In the latest St Johnstone Talking Football podcast, Courier sports editor Eric Nicolson, sports writer Ian Roache and columnist Jim Spence reflect on a draw against Rangers that people shouldn't have been surprised about.
Chris Kane came close to the “perfect lone striker performance” against Rangers, according to St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright.
In this week's Talking Football, Courier sports writers Ian Roache and Eric Nicolson have the pleasant task of choosing whether Dundee, Dundee United or St Johnstone produced the result of the weekend.
Zander Clark will be back playing for St Johnstone in weeks rather than months, the Perth club have confirmed.
A St Johnstone fan who has been a crucial part of the most successful era in the club’s history, David Wotherspoon is well placed to not take the good times for granted.
Tommy Wright has described David Wotherspoon as a “manager’s dream”, after the midfielder signed a new two-year contract with St Johnstone.
Celebrating his equaliser at Livingston may have brought an early end to Andrew Nelson’s afternoon.
Andrew Nelson is confident he will be fit to try and extend a stunning start to his Dundee career on Friday night.
If Dundee United go on to win the Championship title this match will go down as a key milestone.