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SCOTTISH PREMIERSHIP

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
7 Motherwell 10 8 15 38
8 St Johnstone 10 8 15 38
9 Hamilton 8 6 19 30
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HibernianHibernian
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DundeeDundee
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KilmarnockKilmarnock
St JohnstoneSt Johnstone
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RangersRangers
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4
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Ross CountyRoss County
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CelticCeltic
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Heart of MidlothianHeart of Midlothian
St JohnstoneSt Johnstone
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St JohnstoneSt Johnstone
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Partick ThistlePartick Thistle
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DundeeDundee
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Ross CountyRoss County
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AberdeenAberdeen
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Hamilton AcademicalHamilton Academical
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Saints and Motherwell draw mid-table clash

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Motherwell avoided defeat and any obvious injury problems ahead of the William Hill Scottish Cup semi-finals as they held St Johnstone to a goalless draw in Perth.

The teams remain locked together in mid-table in the Ladbrokes Premiership after a forgettable encounter which was lacking in meaningful incident apart from a brief flurry of chances either side of half-time.

Motherwell were without the injured Nadir Ciftci, Charles Dunne and Allan Campbell before their trip to Hampden to face Aberdeen,...

Aberdeen reel in Rangers with victory against St Johnstone

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Aberdeen moved level on points with second-placed Rangers in the Ladbrokes Premiership with a 4-1 win against St Johnstone.

Ryan Christie and Stevie May's first-half goals were added to by Greg Stewart's brace after the break, while on-loan Manchester United midfielder Matty Willock scored for the visitors.

Derek McInnes' men took full advantage of Rangers' draw against Motherwell, who are the Dons' opponents on Tuesday when a point will move them into second.

It was a slow start, and although Stewart...

McMann's early own goal proves decisive as Saints sink Hamilton

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An own goal from Scott McMann was enough for St Johnstone to claim a scrappy 1-0 win at home to Hamilton.

Saints kept alive their slim hopes of sneaking into the top six and climbed above Motherwell in the Ladbrokes Premiership after doing just about enough to see off a disappointing Accies.

McMann inadvertently diverted the ball into his own net after just five minutes to give the hosts a lead they never looked like giving up, eventually going on to claim a second win in three matches.

Buoyed by their...

Chris Kane strikes to deny Hibs

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HibernianHibernian
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Chris Kane's late goal denied Cammy Bell a clean sheet and victory on his impromptu Hibernian debut as St Johnstone fought back for a 1-1 draw against Neil Lennon's 10 men.

Ofir Marciano was sent off for handling 25 yards from his goal but Bell made several decent stops to protect Hibs' lead, which came courtesy of Efe Ambrose's early headed goal.

With head coach Neil Lennon watching from the McDiarmid Park stands as he began a three-match touchline ban, Hibs largely managed the game well.

But Kane's...

Dundee 0-4 St Johnstone

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St Johnstone savoured an emphatic Tayside derby win as they ran riot to beat Dundee 4-0 in a Ladbrokes Premiership clash at Dens Park.

Tommy Wright's men took apart Neil McCann's Dundee, who sank to 10th in the table following another home defeat.

Saints went ahead through substitute Jordan Piggott's 24th-minute own goal and did not look back from then on, with Chris Kane's double and a further strike from Blair Alston ensuring a memorable day for the Perth side.

Dundee knew a win here would see them...