Standings

# Team MP W D L F A G P
1 Celtic 33 24 5 4 71 17 +54 77
2 Rangers 33 19 9 5 73 24 +49 66
3 Kilmarnock 33 16 10 7 46 28 +18 58
4 Aberdeen 33 17 7 9 52 37 +15 58
5 Hibernian 33 14 10 9 49 34 +15 52
6 Hearts 33 15 5 13 38 41 -3 50
7 St. Johnstone 33 13 5 15 32 44 -12 44
8 Motherwell 33 13 4 16 37 47 -10 43
9 Livingston 33 11 9 13 35 33 +2 42
10 Hamilton Acade… 33 7 4 22 21 69 -48 25
11 St. Mirren 33 5 6 22 24 61 -37 21
12 Dundee 33 4 6 23 25 68 -43 18

Results

Sunday, May 19, 2019
Hibernian 1 - 2 Aberdeen
Kilmarnock 2 - 1 Rangers
Celtic 2 - 1 Hearts
Saturday, May 18, 2019
Hamilton Acade… 2 - 0 St. Johnstone
Motherwell 3 - 2 Livingston
Dundee 2 - 3 St. Mirren
Monday, May 13, 2019
St. Mirren 2 - 0 Hamilton Acade…
Sunday, May 12, 2019
Rangers 2 - 0 Celtic
Saturday, May 11, 2019
Kilmarnock 1 - 0 Hibernian
Livingston 0 - 1 Dundee
St. Johnstone 2 - 0 Motherwell
Friday, May 10, 2019
Aberdeen 2 - 1 Hearts
Sunday, May 5, 2019
Rangers 1 - 0 Hibernian
Saturday, May 4, 2019
Dundee 0 - 1 Hamilton Acade…
Motherwell 1 - 1 St. Mirren
St. Johnstone 1 - 1 Livingston
Hearts 0 - 1 Kilmarnock
Aberdeen 0 - 3 Celtic
Sunday, April 28, 2019
Rangers 2 - 0 Aberdeen
Hibernian 1 - 1 Hearts

Fixtures


st-johnstone Team News:


Drey Wright is the Saints’ only injury concern, as the midfielder is out for the rest of the season.

aberdeen Team News:


Aberdeen's Tommie Hoban has been ruled out for the rest of the season as the defender underwent cruciate ligament surgery.

st-johnstone vs aberdeen Head to Head:

St Johnstone beat Aberdeen the last time they met back in December, something they hadn’t been able to do since April 2017.

st-johnstone vs aberdeen Tip Reason:

Aberdeen are back on the road as they travel to Perth where they’ll be hosted by a struggling St Johnstone side at McDiarmid Park. Can the Dons take the three points? St Johnstone finally put an end to a terrible streak of consecutive losses when they drew 0-0 with Rangers last week. The Saints had suffered 5 defeats in a row after initially winning their first two games of the calendar year. These two victories came in the Scottish Cup when they defeated Hamilton and then in the Premiership, where they would just edge past Livingston, winning 1-0. In the defeats- including three to Celtic- and the goalless draw that followed, Tommy Wright’s side were unable to score in five of the six games. The only goal came from an equaliser against Hamilton, and the team has failed to score in all the other games. Moreover, the Saints weren’t able to tame a hungry Celtic side, who defeated the Perth club on the three occasions they met during a 10-day period, conceding 9 goals against the reigning champions. However, St Johnstone were unlucky not to leave Ibrox last week with all three points, as the game could have gone either way, and the Saints almost scored late into the second-half, as a Blair Alston lob hit the crossbar when goalkeeper Foderingham was off his line. Aberdeen have continued to show why they are one of the best sides in the country. Despite their shaky start to the season, which included a short European run in the Europa League qualifiers, the Dons have managed to bounce back and climb up the table. Since Derek McInnes’ side lost to Celtic in the League Cup final at the very start of December, they went on to win 6 of their next 8 games of the year, beating both Rangers and Hearts but also losing to St Johnstone and a Boxing Day thriller to Celtic. The start of 2019 saw the Dons struggle to beat Stenhousemuir, drawing 1-1 with them in the Scottish Cup, forcing a replay in the process. Aberdeen have gone on to win 4 of their last 7 games, losing once to Rangers as well as two draws to Kilmarnock and St Mirren. The Dons have also been on fire in front of goal, scoring 14 times in their last 5 outings, with striker Sam Cosgrove leading the line. Since their goalless draw at Kilmarnock at the end of January, Aberdeen have seen 23 goals in the games that have followed. St Johnstone have also seen huge amounts of goals recently, but they have been mostly on the receiving end of them. Their draw with Rangers last week could be what the Saints need to restart their confidence, but Aberdeen are also eager to stay in the title race. We’re going to back the visitors to win here and for both teams to score, as well as for in-form Sam Cosgrove to score anytime and a final score of 2-1 for the Dons.

St. Johnstone vs Aberdeen Betting Prediction:

St. Johnstone 0 2 Aberdeen
Tip: 2
Odds
2.08
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