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Scottish Premiership

St JohnstoneSt Johnstone
Inverness Caledonian ThistleInverness Caledonian Thistle
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Partick ThistlePartick Thistle
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St JohnstoneSt Johnstone
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AberdeenAberdeen
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DundeeDundee
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Partick ThistlePartick Thistle
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Ross CountyRoss County
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St JohnstoneSt Johnstone
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AberdeenAberdeen
Hamilton Academical Hamilton Academical
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KilmarnockKilmarnock
1
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Inverness Caledonian ThistleInverness Caledonian Thistle
1
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Mannus happy for chance to relax

St JohnstoneSt Johnstone
Inverness Caledonian ThistleInverness Caledonian Thistle
3:00 PM GMT
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St Johnstone goalkeeper Alan Mannus admits their return to winning ways and clean sheets has allowed him to relax away from the game.

Saints moved into the top six of the Scottish Premiership last Saturday with a 1-0 win at Kilmarnock, their fourth consecutive victory and his second shut-out on the trot.

Saints are looking to consolidate their upturn in form when they begin a run of four games against the teams directly above them when Inverness visit McDiarmid Park on Saturday.

The Northern Ireland...

Archibald calls for consistency

Partick ThistlePartick Thistle
DundeeDundee
3:00 PM GMT
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Boss Alan Archibald has urged his Partick players to make their impressive win over Inverness count when they take on Dundee.

Thistle claimed a stunning 4-0 victory over the Scottish Premiership high-fliers in the Highlands last weekend.

But consistency has been a real issue for Archibald's side this season and he has been frustrated by their inability to put together a run of positive results.

He hopes that is now all about to change and that the Jags can use the Inverness triumph as a springboard.

He...

Baraclough bullish for Well bow

St MirrenSt Mirren
MotherwellMotherwell
3:00 PM GMT
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Ian Baraclough is so excited about his first game as Motherwell manager he named his team more than 24 hours ahead of kick-off.

The new boss may not have gone public with his selection but he has told his players who he wants to start at St Mirren on Saturday.

And he has every faith that the starting XI can secure the much-needed three points in the crunch clash against their fellow Scottish Premiership strugglers.

Baraclough said: "It's a clean slate and I've got to assess all the players. I've picked...

Reckord reckons County will survive

Ross CountyRoss County
Hamilton Academical Hamilton Academical
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Ross County have won just three games all season but defender Jamie Reckord reckons the Staggies are too good to be relegated.

The Highland outfit finally climbed off the bottom of the Scottish Premiership after Tony Dingwall's late equaliser earned them a 2-2 draw at Motherwell last weekend.

But they remain in a three-way fight for survival with the Steelmen and St Mirren.

As things stand, County are bound for a relegation play-off decider with one of the Championship promotion hopefuls but Reckord...

Chantler keen to make up lost time

AberdeenAberdeen
KilmarnockKilmarnock
3:00 PM GMT
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Chris Chantler says he is determined to make up for lost time by shining brightly for Kilmarnock after a nightmare injury left him looking like a burns victim.

The Manchester-born midfielder missed 10 months of action after snapping ankle ligaments while playing for former club Carlisle.

The initial injury should have kept him out for a matter of weeks but an allergic reaction and complications with infection eventually ruled him out for the best part of a year.

The 24-year-old has since had his ankle...