Murray Davidson has an “outside chance” of being fit to face Celtic at the weekend, St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright revealed yesterday.
In this week's Talking Football, Courier sports writers Ian Roache, Neil Robertson and Eric Nicolson discuss the Dundee improvement, St Johnstone's continued unbeaten run and Dundee United's big game on Friday night.
The case for a Jason Kerr Scotland call-up can be put on hold for a few months.
After suffering a defeat he described as the worst afternoon of his career, David McMillan is going back to a ground which brings back memories of one of the best.
St Johnstone’s style of play has attracted much praise in the early weeks of the season.
St Johnstone have given themselves a solid platform to build on this season both in terms of points and players, according to striker David McMillan.
It should have been a lot more comfortable than 2-0 but St Johnstone were worthy winners in the battle of the Saints, a victory that takes them into seventh in the Premiership.
Free-kicks outside the box have been costly for St Johnstone in recent weeks.
David McMillan isn’t complaining that Tony Watt is the St Johnstone striker everybody has been talking about in the first few weeks of the season.
When he last played Kilmarnock, Matty Kennedy was left questioning whether he was good enough to be a professional footballer.