We are back in league action tonight after the free Saturday for the international fixtures, with a trip to St Johnstone that has twice been postponed.
7.45pm at McDiarmid Park
Our fans are in the north end of the main stand as normal – Prices are —
Over 65s £13
Aged 13-18 £12
Family – 1 adult and 2 under 13s £16
Car / Bus travel – IMPORTANT – The normal northbound exit from A9 to McDiarmid Park is closed. Please continue on to the roundabout after it (Inveralmond), and proceed right round, heading back south on the A9 and take the southbound exit into McDiarmid / Perth.
From our last game at Ross County where skipper Dougie Imrie was a scoring substitute, we have since had the comeback of Ali Crawford, who played his first game of 2018 in last week’s development squad win at Falkirk, scoring twice in the process. Georgios Sarris also missed the Dingwall trip through injury. Those three should all come back into contention tonight.
Midfielder Lewis Ferguson has been with the Scotland u19 squad in Germany for the past ten days, playing in all three games, including yesterday’s 5-4 defeat by Norway. Although the squad flew back this morning into Glasgow, we will see how Lewis is.
Ryan Fulton is also back from international duty with Scotland u21s, and with the absence through concussion and a facial operation for Darren Jamieson, Alex Marshall will be the third travelling keeper this evening.
With seven points from our last nine, and five games to play before the final five post split, there is still plenty to play for as we seek to continue our recent good form.