Team news, stats and predictions for the final round of the Scottish Premier League, as Celtic travel to face Saint Johnston live on Sky Sports. Aberdeen vs Saint Mirren – Saturday, 3 pm 1:58 Highlights of the Scottish Premier League match between Hibernian and Aberdeen Aberdeen Doubts about Fraser Hornby ahead of Saturday’s clash with Saint Mirren after the striker missed training several days due to a mistake. Greg Lee faces a prolonged period after a hamstring strain in the opening moments of last weekend’s defeat at the hands of Hibernian, and Florian Camperry’s contract is still awaiting a work permit while Mickey Devlin (ankle) and Ryan Hedges (chest) remain outside. Double whammy before Petodrie’s trip as they wait to see if Jimmy McGrath and Eamon Brophy will be out for the remainder of the season. Brophy was likely to have made his final match with a strain fracture to his foot while McGrath may need surgery on the dislocated shoulder he suffered in Wednesday’s defeat to Celtic. But there is good news about the Achilles problem of striker Christian Dennis, with news that he may return to training six weeks after undergoing surgery, while Colin Cowaner will return from a knee injury next week. Key stats: Aberdeen has not lost at home to Saint Mirren in their last 11 league matches (W5 D6). How to keep up: Follow the action with our excellent Scottish blog. The top free-to-play matches will be published on the Sky Sports website, app, and YouTube channel later that evening. Andy Walker Predict: 1-0 Dundee United vs Livingston – Saturday, 3 p.m. 2:42 Highlights of the Scottish League match between Livingston and St Johnston Dundee United Team News: Dandy United striker Logan Chalmers is back in training before Livingston’s visit to Tanades on Saturday. Chalmers has been out of the house since October after injuring his ankle in front of Aberdeen. Defender Mark Connolly is back in training after a family bereavement. Livingston team news: Livingston coach David Martindale travels to Tanades with a strong squad, Gavin Riley is on Saturday after his return from a positive Covid-19 test, while Julian Serrano has returned afterwards. A period of self-isolation, both John Guthrie (rear) and Josh Mullen (knockout) are back in competition as well while longtime absentees Alan Lithgow and Kegan Jacobs remain out of center. League matches against Livingston (W1). How to follow: Follow the action with the dedicated 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. Andy Walker Predict: 0-1Motherwell vs Hamilton Accies – Sat, 3pm 1:43 Highlights of the Scottish Super League match between Kilmarnock and Motherwell Motherwell News Motherwell still has a group of missing players in the Lanarkshire derby against Hamilton in Fair Park, Stephen Lawless ( The knee), Liam Grimshaw (the disease), Nathan McGinley (the face) and Declan Gallagher (the tear) are still outside the knee. Injury victims Trevor Carson, William Donnelly, Charles Dunn and Scott Fox are missing. Hamilton team news: Scott Martin returns to Hamilton. The midfielder has missed the past two weeks due to a thigh strain but is ready to tackle well, while Ben Stirling returns from a bout of sickness, Shawn and You (thigh), Lewis Smith (hamstrings) and Nathan Thomas (thigh) are knocked out key stats: Motherwell won just one One of the last six league matches is against Hamilton (D2 L3). In fact, they hadn’t scored in the league against Accies for over a year. How to proceed: Follow the procedure with our dedicated Scottish Premier blog. The hottest free-to-play matches will be published on the Sky Sports website, app, and YouTube channel later that evening, Andy Walker predicted: 1-1 Rangers vs Kilmarnock – Saturday, 3 PM 2:50 HIGHLIGHTS of the Scottish Super League match between Hamilton and Rangers Rangers: will be out Rangers on behalf of Kimar Rove in Saturday’s game with Kilmarnock in which the striker began stopping two matches, the former Leeds and Anderlecht player has been retrospectively punished for his challenge to St Johnston’s Murray Davidson and will now miss Tommy Wright’s visit to Ibrox alongside Alfredo Morelos, who Serving in the final part of his three-game suspension due to Ryan Porteous’ defending Hibernian, however, Jermain Defoe returned from a calf complaint while Scott Arfield (ankle) returned to training seven weeks after coming off. Nikola Katic remains the missing victim of a knee injury. Kilmarnock team news: New player Kyle Lafferty may transfer directly to Kilmarnock after signing a short-term contract on Friday, Danny Rogers returns from a back injury and Callum Waters, Stewart works Findlay and Kirk Broadfoot on the way home from thigh, ankle and foot problems, and Alan Power is suspended For two matches after accumulating yellow cards, key stats: Rangers have won four of their last five league matches against Kilmarnock (L1), with Steven Gerrard’s side not conceding their net in all of their last three wins over Killie. How to follow: Follow the procedure with our dedicated Scottish Premier Premier blog. The hottest free-to-play matches will be published on the Sky Sports website, app and YouTube channel later that evening, Andy Walker predicted: 1-0Ross County PP Hibernian Saturday’s clash between Ross County and Hibernian has been postponed due to the frozen stadium. A new date for the match will be announced in due course. St. Johnston vs. Celtic – Sunday, 12 noon, Live broadcast on Sky Sports Football 2:52, highlights of the Scottish Premier League match between St Mirren and Celtic St. Johnston Team news: Murray Davidson is the only Saint Johnston absent from visiting Celtic, as The midfielder suffers from a calf injury and is fighting to qualify for the Betfried Cup Final later this month. The Saints have no other injury problems, Celtic team news: Stephen Welsh is almost certainly out of Celtic’s trip to Perth, as the young defender was knocked off the field on a stretcher after injuring an ankle in front of St Mirren on Wednesday night and Paisley left with his foot. In protective shoes, James Forrest continues to rise rapidly after recovering from ankle surgery, while defender Christopher Julian is out for a long time with a knee injury. Key stats: Celtic are unbeaten by St Johnston in their last 14 league games (W11 D3). The last time they lost a league match to the Saints was a 2–1 loss at McDiarmid Park in May 2016. Sunday February 14 11:00 am Kick-off at 12:00 pm. How to Watch: Watch St Johnstone vs Celtic live on Sky Sports Football and the Main Event from 11 a.m. kickoff at 12 p.m. Follow the action with our live matches blog, including in-game clips, with highlights of free matches posted on the Sky Sports website, app and YouTube channel later that evening.