It will be an injury-hit St Johnstone team that faces Kilmarnock tomorrow afternoon but it won’t be a “weakened” one, according to manager Tommy Wright.
St Johnstone are facing up to a mini injury crisis ahead of the visit of Kilmarnock at the weekend.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright was an angry man after Celtic got a “game-changer” of a penalty decision at McDiamid Park.
Defender Keith Watson is ready for a totally different challenge if he continues his St Johnstone comeback at Celtic Park on Wednesday night.
Keith Watson expected to make his home debut for St Johnstone in the late summer sun.
January isn’t likely to be a busy transfer window for St Johnstone but there was plenty of activity in the summer.
Keith Watson got his fitness back before the January break.
Keith Watson will be hoping for the temperature to rise, so the St Johnstone defender can continue his comeback from injury.
Tommy Wright believes Paul Paton has proved he was a good summer signing for St Johnstone, and that he has been proved correct in targeting the former Dundee United midfielder in the first place.
“Miracle Man” Murray Davidson has defied medical science again and should be back in a St Johnstone shirt sooner than expected.