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Hartley: Saints match will be tough

DundeeDundee
St MirrenSt Mirren
3:00 PM GMT
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Dundee manager Paul Hartley is refusing to write off struggling St Mirren ahead of Saturday's Premiership fixture at Dens Park.

The Buddies will arrive in the City of Discovery still bottom of the table following last weekend's home defeat to Motherwell and showing no real signs of picking up after the departure of former manager Tommy Craig.

But Dens Park boss Hartley maintains his players while show the Paisley outfit every respect as they seek to go on a winning festive run.

Hartley said: "It's...

Wotherspoon enjoying central role

St JohnstoneSt Johnstone
Dundee UnitedDundee United
3:00 PM GMT
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David Wotherspoon has relished the freedom afforded by his recent role at St Johnstone - but enjoyment is something that has marked his whole time in Perth.

The 24-year-old played just off the striker in the last two games as Saints stretched their winning run to five games with 1-0 victories over Kilmarnock and Inverness.

"When James (McFadden) got injured at Kilmarnock I came into a more central role and played a bit higher up the pitch and played there again on Saturday," he said. "I really enjoyed...

Law: Baraclough can restore buzz

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Partick ThistlePartick Thistle
3:00 PM GMT
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Josh Law believes new manager Ian Baraclough can help him and his Motherwell team-mates regain the positivity that has been missing for much of the season.

Baraclough led Motherwell to a 1-0 victory against 10-man St Mirren in his first match in charge and is looking to continue his winning start when he makes his Fir Park debut against Partick Thistle on Saturday.

Law said: "He has given us certain stuff that he demands which is pressing high up the pitch and keeping possession.

"Obviously it's not...

Gordon reflects on turnaround

CelticCeltic
Ross CountyRoss County
3:00 PM GMT
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Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon will enjoy the type of festive season he did not even dare to dream about a year ago.

Last Christmas the 31-year-old was without a club after leaving Sunderland in May, 2012 and had a knee injury which looked as if it might end his career.

However, Gordon fought back and won himself a deal with the Hoops in the summer and after taking over as number one when Fraser Forster left for Southampton, he has gone from strength to strength.

The former Hearts keeper has returned...

Slater bemoans bad breaks

KilmarnockKilmarnock
Hamilton Academical Hamilton Academical
3:00 PM GMT
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Kilmarnock midfielder Craig Slater claims his side have simply not been getting the breaks during their recent run of poor results.

After an encouraging start to the season the Ayrshire side have lost seven out of their last eight matches - drawing the other - while dropping to eighth in the Scottish Premiership table.

Ahead of the visit of Hamilton this weekend, the 20-year-old Slater lamented Killie's recent luck.

"We are in a rut and everyone is just desperate to try to turn it around and that starts...