Team news and statistics for midweek Scottish League matches, as St Johnston host champion Rangers, while Celtic travels to Aberdeen, Hamilton’s boss is not afraid of Motherwell – Wednesday, 6pm, Hamilton president Brian Rice from injury due to a visit to rival Lanarkshire Motherwell. Goalkeeper Ryan Fulton is absent for the remainder of the season after a dislocated knee and Scott Martin is still off the field due to a leg injury, and Nathan Thomas (ankle), Marius Ogcomboy and Lewis Smith (both in hamstring) remain on the sidelines alongside Andy Winter (knee), Shawn Went (thigh) and David Templeton (thigh), Motherwell midfielder Alan Campbell is ready to play after he developed a muscle spasm late in overtime against Morton. Stillman will make a late decision on Jordan Roberts (knee) but Tony Watt misses a blow. Liam Grimshaw (illness) and Eddie Nolan (calf) also stayed out of the house with Trevor Carson, Liam Donnelly, Scott Fox, Sherwin Seedorf, and Harry Smith (full knee). Key stats: Hamilton Academy is unbeaten by Motherwell in their last five league matches (W4 D1) – Accies lost last time to Motherwell in the league in August 2019 (1-3). Scottish Premier League Blog. The top free-to-play matches will be published on the Sky Sports website, app, and YouTube channel later that evening. Scottish Premier League clash with Livingston, Chris Kaden hopes to recover from the training ground kick that forced him out of the team at the weekend, while Jimmy Murphy (hamstring) and Shawn Macy (in the thigh) stay off the field but Stephen Bradley is fit again . Midfielder Steve Lawson has been told his season is over. The Togolese international will miss his team’s trip to Leith in addition to the remaining three games after breaking a bone in his foot, and left back Julian Serrano missed again with a blow as David Martindale’s side were knocked out of the Scottish Cup on penalties against Aberdeen on Saturday. Scott Robinson is no longer a favorite after a disciplinary issue while long-term absentees Keaghan Jacobs (foot) and Gavin Reilly (hamstrings) are still out too. Key statistic: Hibernian welcoming Livingston after he last defeated his visitors in the Premier League in February 2006 (7-0); In the four similar games held on Easter Road since then, Hibs tied three times before losing their last 0-3 game in January of this year. The top free-to-play matches will be published on the Sky Sports website, app, and YouTube channel later that evening. Davidson reported doubts about injury but did not go into details of the names, and midfielder Murray Davidson is still working his way back from a calf injury he suffered the last time against Rangers, and Rangers can give captain James Tavernier back on the field after his return. On the bench on Sunday after a knee problem, he could replace Nathan Patterson who is awaiting with teammates Bongani Zongo and Calvin Bassey news about the club’s resumption against an immediate four-match ban for breaching lockdown rules. Calf) and Niko Katek (knee) are out of season while Leon Balogun (Achilles) is also missing key stats: Saint Johnston welcomes the newly-crowned champion after having unbeaten them in the league since December 2017 (3-1). In fact, their last Premier League home win over Rangers dates back to March 2010 (4-1). How to follow: Follow the action with our premium Scottish League blog. The top free-to-play matches will be published on the Sky Sports website, app, and YouTube channel later that evening. Jack MacKenzie was knocked out against Livingston but was still in pain, and Jack MacKenzie returned to competition after tying him to the cup at the weekend, while Ryan Hedges (chest), Greg Lee (hamstring) and Michael Devlin (ankle) remained off the field. Celtic team for the trip to the North, as the Australian midfielder recovered from the laugh that kept him out of the match against Rangers on Sunday, winger James Forrest (back / hamstring) and Mickey Johnston (knockout) will be absent, while defender Christopher Julian will be absent. Key stats: This is the first time that Aberdeen has faced Celtic in a league competition without Derek McNeis or Neil Lennon in charge of either side since a 4-4 draw in February 2010, Hen Mark McGee was Aberdeen’s manager and Tony Mowbray led Celtic. How to follow: Follow the action with our Scottish Super League blog. The top free-to-play matches will be published on the Sky Sports website, app, and YouTube channel later that evening. Kilmarnock vs Dundee United – Wednesday, 7.45 pm Team news Kilmarnock is in full force for Dundee United’s visit to Rugby Park. The Tommy Wright team desperately needs it. A point as they seek to exit the relegation zone, and Kelly is currently second in the standings, one point behind Ross County and Safety, and Dundee United will be without goalkeeper Benjamin Siegrist, and Siegrist sustained a wrist injury during the warm-up period before Denny’s. Mohamed climbed to win the Scottish Cup on Friday over Forfar, and Dillon Powers (concussion) and Declan Glass (knee) were absent for a long time. Key stats: Kilmarnock has not failed to score at home against Dundee United in the Premier League since November 2009. In 13 such matches since then, Kelly has scored twice in each match on average (26 goals total), but he only won Four of those occasions (D5 L4). Excellent Scottish Blog. The top free-to-play matches will be published on Sky Sports, the app and YouTube channel later that evening. Ross County vs Saint Mirren – Wednesday, 7:45 pm Ross County defender Karl Tremarko must ignore any shake to face Saint Mirren. With tight hamstrings, Callum Morris (hamstrings) and fullbacks Tom Grifosti (hamstrings) and Connor Randall (back) will be absent for the remainder of the season, and St Mirren’s coach Jim Goodwin will be without a bunch of players on the trip to Dingwall: Dylan Reed, 16, will be absent For the next two weeks of work to sit exams at school, Ethan Irhaon, Ryan Flynn, Jake Doyle Hayes, Marcus Fraser and Jonathan Opica will be absent due to various illnesses, while there are doubts about Colin Cowner and Eamon Brophy: Key statistic: Ross County has lost three of its last four home matches. Against Saint Mirren in the Scottish Premier League (W1), including a 2–0 defeat in December of this season. With a dedicated Scottish PR emiership Blog. 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