Probable Lineups


Probable Lineups Statistical Comparison

(28) 22 Goals 21 (33)
(18) 16 Assists 12 (20)
(6.4) 6.7 Average Ratings 6.5 (6.4)
27.4 Average Age 26.2
185.3 Average Height (cm) 179.9
(0.8) 1.1 Shots pg 0.8 (0.7)
(50%) 55% Aerial Duel Success 53% (50%)
(0.4) 0.4 Dribbles pg 0.4 (0.5)
(1.5) 1.1 Tackles pg 1.1 (1.1)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Premiership.

Missing Players

St. Johnstone
Player Reason Status Rating
Innes Cameron Out 6.27
Ben Chrisene Out 6.69
Player Reason Status Rating
Christopher Kane Out N/A
Murray Davidson Doubtful 6.33
Ryan McGowan Doubtful 6.64

Team News

St. Johnstone
  • Kilmarnock manager Derek McInnes named three changes from the Killie side that was beaten 3-1 at Ibrox by Rangers, before crashing out of the Scottish Cup to Inverness Caley Thistle in the Highlands last Friday night.
  • Lewis Mayo was unable to play against parent club Rangers, as that’s who he’s on loan at Killie from. Jeriel Dorsett took his place and scored before Mayo came back for the Caley defeat.
  • Ryan Alebiosu made way for Liam Donnelly and Kyle Vassell started at Alan Power’s expense as Killie named a more attacking team against their Championship opponents but it ultimately proved to no avail.
  • St Johnstone boss Callum Davidson named three changes to the Saints starting eleven after a 1-1 draw with St Mirren in Perth, before a 3-0 defeat to Hearts at Tynecastle the weekend before last.
  • James Brown came into the back three, at the injured Andy Considine's expense, to join club captain Liam Gordon and Alex Mitchell. Graham Carey replaced the suspended Dan Phillips, to accompany Melker Hallberg and Cammy MacPherson.
  • Connor McLennan joined Stevie May up front, as Nicky Clark was sat injured in the stands. The likes of Jamie Murphy, David Wotherspoon, Theo Bair and Zak Rudden are all pushing for starts, having featured against Hearts.


  • Kilmarnock, who sit in the relegation playoff place, host a St Johnstone side who are seven points ahead of them in the Scottish Premiership table.
  • Killie's home form is keeping their heads above water for the time being, as they've picked up just two points and no wins away from home in the league all season. Their Scottish Cup exit will hurt, crashing out to Championship side Inverness Caley Thistle up north, as they could've had a second trip to Hampden this season. A bounce-back win here could help in their bid for survival.
  • Saints' league position, of eighth, is perhaps summarised by their recent form. A match for anybody on their day but they can also be humbled by better sides, as was the case against Hearts in their last Scottish Premiership match. Only the top two are better away from home than Saints in Scotland's top tier so far this season, so they'll be confident they can get back to winning ways.
  • St Johnstone should be safe, given it's unlikely they'll be dragged into a basement battle. With Killie's need for a win and their decent home record, that could guide them to three precious points.

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