St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright has warned his players to be on their guard against a Hearts team who have got maximising contact "down to a tee".
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright believes discipline will be key when his side play Hearts in the Betfred League Cup at McDiarmid tomorrow night.
New goalkeeper Cammy Bell has admitted that once he met Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon even Hearts couldn’t put him off a move to Tannadice.
Hearts youth coach Liam Fox has emerged as a strong contender for the vacant managerial position at Cowdenbeath.
Hearts are understood to be the latest club to enter the race to sign Dundee front man Greg Stewart.
Hearts fought back from two goals down to earn a point against St Johnstone in their final Ladbrokes Premiership match of the season.
Dundee United remain in talks with Ray McKinnon but that hasn’t prevented two well-known coaches being linked with the vacant manager’s job.
Departing Celtic boss Ronny Deila claimed the 3-1 win over Hearts at Tynecastle, which all but secured the club's fifth successive Ladbrokes Premiership title, showed he has the backing of his players.