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Week 20 brings us a match on Dec 26th where Kilmarnock will host Livingston at Rugby Park in a clash of these two evenly matched Premiership teams. Kilmarnock is fresh off their 0-2 loss against Aberdeen. Ryan Hedges scored the first goal for Aberdeen in the 52nd minute, then Sam Cosgrove added another in the 6th minute of the second half’s stoppage time In the end, Kilmarnock couldn’t muster any offence and Aberdeen ran away with the shutout win. Kilmarnock is looking for direction having 4 win and 6 losses in their last 10 matches, while in their last match, 7th placed Livingston, recorded a 2-1 win against St. Johnstone. Jon Guthrie struck first for Livingston in the 48th minute, then Chris Kane tied it up for St. Johnstone in the 54th minute. Livingston is looking for direction having 4 win and 5 losses in their last 10 matches.

In their last match on Sat Oct 17th, Kilmarnock was victorious by a score of 3 to 1. Scott Pitman struck first for Livingston in the 11th minute on a feed from Julien Serrano, but Aaron Tshibola got the equalizer for Kilmarnock in the 24th minute But luckily in the 37th minute, they were able to complete the comback with a penalty goal by Chris Burke.

Nicky Devlin and Marvin Bartley are the top scorers for Livingston in the last five matches, but unfortunately they only have one goal.. Chris Burke and Nicke Kabamba are the top scorers for Kilmarnock in the last five matches, but unfortunately they only have one goal. It’s hard to imagine having success with those stats.


In this 20th week match, on Sat Dec 26th, Ross County will play host to St. Mirren in a meeting of these two Premiership teams. In their last match, 12th placed Ross County, recorded a 0-2 loss against Hamilton Academical. Ross Callachan struck first for Hamilton Academical in the 22nd minute, then Scott Martin added another in the 62nd minute At the end of 90 a dissapointed Ross County couldn’t manage to score, and Hamilton Academical took the shutout win. They’re hoping to improve on their recent performance, having lost 8 of their last 10, while st. Mirren is fresh off their 3-2 win against St. Johnstone. Stevie May struck first for St. Johnstone in the 22nd minute on a penalty kick, then Ethan Erhahon tied it up for St. Mirren in the 38th minute on a penalty kick But fortunately they were able to complete the comaback in the 87th minute on a goal by Jonathan Obika. St. Mirren is looking for direction having 3 win and 5 losses in their last 10 matches.

On Sat Aug 22nd, St. Mirren hosted Ross County in their last match together. St. Mirren and Ross County battled to a 1-1 draw. Jonathan Obika struck first for St. Mirren in the 14th minute, but Nathan Sheron got the equalizer for Ross County on an own goal in the 70th minute earning them at least the one point.

Jamie McGrath has been the most effective weapon for St. Mirren lately. The Irish attacker has netted two goals in his last five matches. Ross County hasn’t been successful in netting any goals lately. Their top scorers in the last 5 matches are Oli Shaw and Tom Grivosti, and they each have 1 goal.


On the 26th of December, in this week 20 match, Aberdeen hosts St. Johnstone in a Premiership match. Aberdeen sits at 3rd place in the tables. In their last match they recorded a 2-0 shutout win against Kilmarnock. Ryan Hedges scored the first goal for Aberdeen in the 52nd minute, then Sam Cosgrove added another in the 6th minute of the second half’s stoppage time In the end, Kilmarnock was frustrated by Aberdeen’s defence and couldn’t put any tallies on the board. Aberdeen ended the match with the shutout victory. With 19 points in their last 10 matches Aberdeen should be reasonably happy with their performance, while in their last match, St. Johnstone recorded a 2-3 loss against St. Mirren. Stevie May struck first for St. Johnstone in the 22nd minute on a penalty, then Ethan Erhahon tied it up for St. Mirren in the 38th minute on a penalty Finally they completed the comback victory in the 87th minute on a goal by Jonathan Obika to cap off a wild match. St. Johnstone looks to improve on their recent performance, having lost 4 of their last 10.

On the 20th of August, St. Johnstone hosted Aberdeen in their last match together. Aberdeen was victorious by a score of 1 to 0. Ryan Hedges struck first for Aberdeen in the 82nd minute, and that single goal was all that was necessary as neither team could manage any more scoring In the end, St. Johnstone couldn’t muster any offence and Aberdeen ran away with the shutout win.

St. Johnstone is lucky enough to have a few offensive weapons, with Chris Kane and Stevie May each having 2 goals in their last 5. Both Curtis Main and Ryan Hedges have been the hottest scorers for Aberdeen in the last 5 each having scored 2 goals each.

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