St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright admits it is difficult to know how to play against Celtic after losing at Parkhead last night.
St Johnstone will hope it is the best of three in their trio of clashes with Celtic after losing match one last night.
Cowdenbeath manager Gary Bollan knew the Blue Brazil faced climbing a huge Scottish Cup mountain against Rangers when the draw was made.
Dundee United manager Robbie Neilson has confirmed that former Aberdeen midfielder Peter Pawlett is on his shopping list.
Dundee United central defender William Edjenguele has been reunited with former Tannadice manager Ray McKinnon. The Frenchman has joined Falkirk, managed by McKinnon, on loan until the end of the season. Edjenguele signed for United in August 2016 and has played 69 times and scored two goals.
St Johnstone have moved swiftly to tie in-demand defender Jason Kerr to a new, improved deal.
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre has let on-loan striker Benjamin Kallman return home to Finland. Kallman (20) has rejoined parent club Inter Turku, leaving with the Dark Blues’ best wishes. McIntyre said: “Benji is a great boy but he wants regular first team football and we can’t guarantee him that. “We wish him all the best.”
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright didn’t want to be too critical of his team and rightly so.
St Johnstone’s Matty Kennedy has called for a return to the high standards set pre-Tynecastle when they face Celtic.
It had to happen eventually and St Johnstone finally conceded away from home to go down 2-0 to Hearts at Tynecastle.