Aberdeen cruised to victory at St Johnstone as goals from Adam Rooney, Kari Arnason and Ryan Chrisite gave the Dons a 3-0 win in Perth.
The Dons were two goals ahead before half-time with Christie’s deflected free kick on the hour mark securing a comfortable win for the visitors.
Dons boss Derek McInnes made two changes to the side which beat Dundee 1-0 on Friday with Kari Arnason returning to central defence while fit-again Stevie May was also back in the starting line-up for his return to McDiarmid Park.
Frank Ross missed out due to injury while Andy Considine dropped to the bench.
St Johnstone also made two changes to their side which won 1-0 at Hamilton on Saturday with former Don Steven MacLean and Paul Paton replacing Blair Alston, who dropped to the bench, and Callum Hendry.
Saints threatened early with a Murray Davidson shot which went just wide but it was the Dons who opened the scoring through Adam Rooney.
Greg Stewart was the creator, picking out Rooney in the box with a low cross and the striker beat Zander Clark with a right footed shot.
Aberdeen should have been 2-0 ahead before the half hour mark when a fine Ryan Christie pass sent May clear and his first time shot rebounded off the crossbar.
But the Dons would not be denied and their perseverance paid off in the 34th minute when Arnason headed in his side’s second at the back post after the home defence had failed to clear a May corner.
Aberdeen maintained their pressure on the Saints goal in the second half and they deservedly made it 3-0 when Ryan Christie’s free kick deflected off the Saints wall and past Clark.