It was an encouraging weekend for Dundee, St Johnstone and Dundee United, even though one of them didn't actually play. In this week's Talking Football, Eric Nicolson and Ian Roache assess whether the good times will keep coming.
Tommy Wright believes his two loan signings have shown they can be important assets for the St Johnstone cause in the last few weeks of the season.
Arbroath’s hectic schedule of six games in 18 days starts with the long trip to Stranraer tonight.
The St Johnstone players shouldn’t look upon Brendan Rodgers’ post-match words as an insult, according to Perth boss Tommy Wright.
The Joe Shaughnessy throw-in has been one of St Johnstone’s biggest attacking weapons in recent games. Probably THE biggest, actually.
St Johnstone playmaker Stefan Scougall’s season may be over, with manager Tommy Wright confirming that a scan has revealed multiple injuries to both his ankle and knee.
Dundee manager Neil McCann bemoaned "criminal" finishing and "shocking" defending after his side bowed out of the William Hill Scottish Cup with a 2-0 home defeat by Motherwell.
It may have been a break from the league campaign but the Scottish Cup still produced a familiar story for St Johnstone.
When Kyle Smith’s young team were chosen for the Winter Olympics last summer, many in the curling community suspected that it was with a view to 2022 success rather than 2018.
Forfar Athletic have been able to hold their own against the League One promotion hopefuls in Jim Weir’s time at the Station Park club.