Scott Sinclair helped himself to a hat-trick as Celtic made St Johnstone suffer again in their thumping 5-0 William Hill Scottish Cup win at Parkhead.
Caley Thistle defender Brad Mckay says reaching a century of appearances with Inverness marks a vast turnaround in his career from the lows of his spell with St Johnstone.
St Johnstone captain Joe Shaughnessy has been linked with a return to Aberdeen.
Aberdeen stars, Joe Lewis and Andrew Considine, have urged Dons supporters to back a festive campaign this weekend.
Tommy Wright will never criticise his players for trying to stay on their feet in the penalty box – even if it costs St Johnstone a penalty as it did at the weekend.
It was a tale of two halves in Perth as Aberdeen mounted a second-half recovery to earn a share of the spoils from their trip to St Johnstone.
Ross County suffered relegation to the Championship in agonising circumstances as St Johnstone netted in stoppage time to ensure a 1-1 draw.
Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell does not expect any favours from today’s opponents St Johnstone in the Staggies’ bid for Premiership survival.
It has been a season to forget for Ross County but captain Andrew Davies remains hopeful the Staggies can end it on a high by retaining their Premiership status.
Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell has urged the Staggies not to allow another opportunity to move off the bottom of the Premiership pass them by.
Aberdeen overcame a stubborn St Johnstone and the dreaded Pittodrie pitch to move level with Rangers in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday.
Ross County remain bottom of the Premiership after falling to a 2-0 defeat against St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park.
Should Ross County defeat St Johnstone today, Jason Naismith will waste no time in finding the nearest television to find out if results elsewhere have moved the Staggies off the foot of the Premiership.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle believes his side's best has still to come as the Staggies approach the business end of the season.
Ross County defender Marcus Fraser is determined to drag Saturday’s opponents St Johnstone into the relegation dogfight with a victory at McDiarmid Park.
A former football chief who led his own team’s controversial stadium move has urged the Dons to take their campaign straight to the Scottish Government.
Ross County moved off the bottom of the Premiership on goal difference after coming from behind to draw 1-1 at home to St Johnstone.
A breakthrough never looked likely in this poor encounter, with Staggies manager Owen Coyle unable to secure a triumphant return to former club St Johnstone.
The Dons proved they are more than ready for Saturday's Scottish Cup semi-final with Hibernian with a hard-earned victory against St Johnstone which secured European football for a fourth successive season.
Aberdeen bounced back from last week’s defeat by Rangers with a hard-earned 2-1 win at St Johnstone to secure European football next season.
The three meetings between Aberdeen and St Johnstone have produced only one goal this season and manager Derek McInnes is expecting nothing other than another tight contest at McDiarmid Park this afternoon.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists there is no chance his players will be caught dwelling on the 3-0 defeat by Rangers.
Gothenburg Great Neale Cooper believes it is vital Aberdeen avoid any prolonged hangover from their surprise defeat by Rangers.
Caley Thistle's hopes of Premiership survival suffered a massive blow as they were defeated 3-0 by St Johnstone at Caledonian Stadium.
Caley Thistle's players breathed life into their season the last time they faced St Johnstone at Caledonian Stadium, and manager Richie Foran wants another significant result against the Perth side this afternoon.
A fight is believed to have broken out among players and staff at a Scottish Premiership football match.
Ross County's last victory against St Johnstone brought the season to life and manager Jim McIntyre hopes another success against Saints can kickstart a surge towards the top-six.
Aaron Comrie hopes his loan move to Peterhead can help him make the breakthrough at St Johnstone.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is ready to risk losing some of his key players for nothing as talks continue on securing key members of the squad.
Caley Thistle manager Richie Foran has asked for a repeat performance from his players at St Johnstone on Saturday despite losing at Dundee last weekend.
Ross County defender Jay McEveley says the Staggies are aiming for the top six after moving off the bottom of the Scottish Premiership with a 4-2 win against St Johnstone on Saturday.
Ross County secured their first win in the Scottish Premiership since August with a 4-2 victory against St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park.