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Saints and Celtic fail to score

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St Johnstone and Celtic both wasted a barrowload of chances to somehow draw a Scottish Premiership blank at McDiarmid Park

Saints forward Michael O'Halloran might have scored three in an open first half with striker Leigh Griffiths and skipper Scott Brown coming close for the Hoops.

The second half followed along similar lines with Perth substitute James McFadden and Murray Davidson both hitting the post.

However, Parkhead winger James Forrest, one of six changes to Ronny Deila's starting line-up, missed...

St Johnstone 1-1 Dundee United

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Murray Davidson's brilliant volley kept St Johnstone well in the race for fourth spot in the Scottish Premiership as they held Dundee United to a 1-1 draw at McDiarmid Park.

Davidson's sublime finish in the 77th minute was out of keeping with his team-mates' previous efforts after Saints passed up a series of first-half chances including a Dave Mackay penalty, which Radoslaw Cierzniak saved with the final touch of the 45 minutes.

John Rankin headed United ahead from close range midway through the second...

St Johnstone 1-1 Inverness Caledonian Thistle

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A late header from substitute Brian Graham earned St Johnstone a 1-1 Scottish Premiership draw at home to 10-man Inverness at McDiarmid Park on Saturday.

Danny Swanson hit the crossbar early on and Michael O'Halloran missed two good chances either side of half-time before Aaron Doran gave the visitors a second-half lead with an excellent finish.

But Graham's late intervention denied Inverness victory and David Raven's late red card for a second yellow card meant they had to endure a nervous few minutes...

No slips from Saints

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St Johnstone boosted their European hopes with a well-deserved 2-0 win over Tayside rivals Dundee at Dens Park.

Tommy Wright's side moved above Dundee United into fourth place thanks to second-half goals from Danny Swanson and David Wotherspoon.

The home side's misery was complete when they had striker Greg Stewart dismissed on the hour.

Dundee were bidding to bounce back from their midweek 2-1 defeat at the hands of Celtic in an attempt to put pressure on the visitors, who were four points above them...

Saints make sure of top six spot

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St Johnstone defeated Dundee 1-0 at McDiarmid Park to secure a fourth consecutive top-six finish in the Scottish Premiership.

Brian Graham's brilliant first-half finish gave St Johnstone a narrow victory, but the visitors will feel hard done by after they had a good share of the overall play and saw David Clarkson strike the post with a powerful volley.

Despite the defeat, Dundee are almost certain to join the home side in the top six after the split.

Following Hamilton's defeat at Dundee United, only...