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Didn’t know that St Johnstone were playing both in both Glasgow and Edinburgh tonight.

St Johnstone, who host Rangers in the top flight, said on Twitter they will monitor the weather but had "no concerns at the moment".

Hearts take on St Johnstone at Tynecastle.

There is one game remaining in the Championship, with Morton v Livingston passing a pitch inspection.

In League Two, Peterhead v Clyde and Stirling Albion v Edinburgh City go ahead.

brilliant BBC reporting again

http://www.bbc.com/sport/football/43212763

 

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The old squad rotation....

Even without an injury worry big ask for Boyd to play 3 tough games in a week.....Good to see Greer back......

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Glad to see Tishbola getting a game.......dying to see how good he really is. Really want a win tonight........but will settle for a draw at worst. Mon the Killie...........  :hurrah:

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Just now, Isle of Wight Exile said:

Findlay will feel a little hard done by.

Rightly so I think. Had a very good game on Saturday and looks much more suited to central defence then left back. Hope we can get him signed up permanently.

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Would have liked to see Kiltie getting a run out. 

Findlay will definitely be disappointed, however;

In SC we trust. :hurrah:

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Tsh for Dicker, and breaking up that three that did so well on Saturday, is a big call. Interesting to see how this goes. 

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10 minutes ago, gdevoy said:

Still V light in midfield for me against another very physical team.

Still SC knows best as always.

What do you mean by light? I would say those are our three most physical midfielders. If Tshibola can start at the level he’s finished games then he has the ability and attributes to dominate the midfield. Mulumbu and Power haven’t shirked a physical battle since they arrived. Rory will give everything for the cause and hopefully JJ can expose their physicality and win us free kicks in dangerous areas. Brophy in front of them is a terrier who’ll go for anything. 

I like the look of the team overall. I thought Brophy led the line well when he came on on Saturday. He will hopefully be something Hearts aren’t expecting and give their CBs a headache

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Very strong team. Glad to see Dicker rested as I think he's been a little bit off the pace lately.

Cochrane starting for Hearts is fantastic - he will get absolutely dominated all game against our midfield three. 

2-1 Killie!!

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20 minutes ago, gdevoy said:

Still V light in midfield for me against another very physical team.

Still SC knows best as always.

Aye that Harry Cochrane is ripped...

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