Scottish Premiership team news and stats

Scottish Premiership team news and stats
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There are five more games in this final round of midweek Scottish Premiership fixtures in the 2023-24 season – including two games of huge significance.

Kilnarnock against Celtic and St Johnstone v Ross County have key implications at both ends of the table.

This is how your team’s squad – and that of your opposition – is shaping up for the penultimate game of the league season.

All games 19:45 BST kick-offs unless stated.

Aberdeen v Livingston

Aberdeen have reported no injuries before their final home game of a generally miserable season, but interim Peter Leven has urged the players who are out of contract this summer to go out on a high.

Livingston defender Cristian Montano came off with muscle tightness against St Johnstone at the weekend and will be assessed.

Goalkeeper Jack Hamilton (groin), James Penrice (hip) and Shaun Donnellan have all been missing recently.

Last five league matches: Aberdeen D D W W W; Livingston D L W L W

Hibernian v Motherwell

Hibernian caretaker boss David Gray is not expecting any major changes to a squad that was missing goalkeeper David Marshall, Elie Youan, Will Fish (back) and Lewis Miller (hamstring) at the weekend.

Jack Vale returns from suspension for Motherwell while Jon Obika is back in training after a hamstring injury. Callum Slattery (knee) and Adam Montgomery (hamstring) remain out.

Last five league matches: Hibernian L D W L L; Motherwell W D L W W

Kilmarnock v Celtic (19:30 BST)

Kilmarnock defender Joe Wright is free from suspension while James Balagizi returns from a knee issue. Midfielders Brad Lyons (knee) and Kyle Magennis (hamstring) are out for the season.

Celtic defender Alistair Johnston has shaken off the ankle blow he received from Rangers midfielder John Lundstram while Yang Hyun-jun is available after a foot problem.

Last five league matches: Kilmarnock W W D L W; Celtic D W W W W

St Johnstone v Ross County

St Johnstone manager Craig Levein is not anticipating any notable changes to the squad he had for Saturday’s game at Livingston.

Luke Robinson (knee), Tony Gallacher (calf) and Sven Sprangler (knee) all missed that match – although the Austrian midfielder is pushing for a return.

Ross County are still missing Max Sheaf (muscle), Dylan Smith (ankle) and Scott Allardice (knee).

While Ross Callachan is back training after 13 months out with a knee injury, he is not ready to play.

Last five league matches: St Johnstone W L L L L; Ross County L W L W L

St Mirren v Heart of Midlothian

St Mirren are missing Jonah Ayunga (knee) and Kwon Hyeok-kyu (hamstring) for the rest of the season.

Hearts will be without Jorge Grant through illness and Stephen Kingsley because of a nerve issue in his leg, while Calem Nieuwenhof, Liam Boyce (both hamstring), Craig Halkett and Peter Haring (both knee) all remain sidelined.

Last five league matches: St Mirren L L L W L; Hearts W W D L W

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