December 30th features a match where St. Johnstone and Hamilton Academical will play a match in Perth in a meeting of these two evenly matched Premiership teams. In their last match, 10th placed St. Johnstone, recorded a 1-2 loss against Aberdeen. Liam Gordon scored the first goal for St. Johnstone in the 38th minute, but Sam Cosgrove got the equalizer for Aberdeen in the 2nd minute of the first half’s stoppage time But luckily in the 54th minute, they were able to complete the comback with a goal by Ash Taylor. St. Johnstone looks to improve on their recent performance, having lost 4 of their last 10, while in their last match, 11th placed Hamilton Academical, recorded a 0-3 loss against Celtic. Odsonne Édouard struck first for Celtic in the 50th minute on a penalty shot, then Leigh Griffiths added another in the 54th minute In the end, Hamilton Academical was frustrated by Celtic’s defence and couldn’t put any tallies on the board. Celtic ended the match with the shutout victory. Hamilton Academical looks to improve on their recent performance, having lost 7 of their last 10.
On the 17th of October, Hamilton Academical hosted St. Johnstone in their last match together. St. Johnstone won by a score of 5 to 3. Stevie May struck first for St. Johnstone in the 2nd minute, then David Wotherspoon added another in the 14th minute.
Hamilton Academical’s most prolific scorer has been Ross Callachan. The Scotish attacker has netted 2 goals over the last 5 matches. St. Johnstone’s most prolific scorer has been Chris Kane. He has netted two goals over the last 5 matches.