Lineups

Kilmarnock

( 4-4-2 )

  • 23. D. Rogers

  • 5. S. Findlay

  • 5. K. Broadfoot

  • 18. C. Waters

  • 22. R. Millen Red Card

  • 8. G. Dicker

  • 29. C. Burke

    86'
  • 19. M. Pinnock

    65'
  • 6. A. Power Yellow Card

  • 27. A. Tshibola Goal

  • 11. N. Kabamba

    79'

Substitutes

  • 16. C. Doyle

  • 4. C. Dikamona

  • 2. A. McGowan

    65'
  • 3. B. Haunstrup

  • 15. M. El Makrini

  • 10. G. Kiltie

    86'
  • 20. I. Cameron

  • 12. D. Whitehall

  • 9. E. Brophy

    79'

Scotland - Premiership 1st Phase

33' S. Rooney 33' Yellow Card 33'  S. Rooney 55' A. Power 55' Yellow Card 55'  A. Power 63' R. Millen 63' Red Card 63'   R. Millen 90' L. Craig 90' Yellow Card 90'  L. Craig 61' A. Tshibola 61' Goal 61'   Tshibola A. Tshibola 85' D. Wotherspoon 85' Goal 85'   Wotherspoon D. Wotherspoon 90' M. O'Halloran 90' Goal 90'   O'Halloran M. O'Halloran
Kilmarnock

Kilmarnock

1 - 2

St. Johnstone

St. Johnstone

  • HT
    0 - 0
  • 61
    1 - 0
  • 85'
    1 - 1
  • 90'
    1 - 2
  • Date: 15/08/2020
  • Time: 16:00
  • Venue: Rugby Park
  • Referee: Andrew Dallas

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Match Information

  • Premiership 1st Phase
  • Round 4
  • Rugby Park
  • Andrew Dallas
  • 15 Aug, 16:00

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Lineups

Kilmarnock
(4-4-2)
St. Johnstone
(4-4-2)
  • 23. D. Rogers

  • 5. S. Findlay

  • 5. K. Broadfoot

  • 18. C. Waters

  • 22. R. Millen Red Card

  • 8. G. Dicker

  • 29. C. Burke

    86'
  • 19. M. Pinnock

    65'
  • 6. A. Power Yellow Card

  • 27. A. Tshibola Goal

  • 11. N. Kabamba

    79'

Substitutes

  • 16. C. Doyle

  • 4. C. Dikamona

  • 2. A. McGowan

    65'
  • 3. B. Haunstrup

  • 15. M. El Makrini

  • 10. G. Kiltie

    86'
  • 20. I. Cameron

  • 12. D. Whitehall

  • 9. E. Brophy

    79'
  • 12. E. Parish

  • 5. J. Kerr

  • 6. L. Gordon

  • 3. S. Tanser

    70'
  • 15. D. McNamara

  • 19. S. Rooney Yellow Card

    65'
  • 26. L. Craig Yellow Card

  • 7. C. Conway

    81'
  • 18. A. McCann

  • 11. M. O'Halloran Goal

  • 22. C. Hendry

Substitutes

  • 0. R. Sinclair

  • 2. W. Duffy

  • 24. C. Booth

    70'
  • 10. D. Wotherspoon Goal

    65'
  • 0. Cameron Ballantyne II

  • 16. I. Olaofe

  • 11. J. Robertson

    81'

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

Simulation

St. Johnstone vs Kilmarnock

There is a 27.9% chance of a draw.
In simulations where the game is not a draw St.
Johnstone, at 41.2%, are solid favorites to beat Kilmarnock who have a 30.8% chance at home.
Overall, the average simulation score is St.
Johnstone 1.4 to Kilmarnock 1.2.
In simulation wins, Kilmarnock upsets St.
Johnstone by averaging 13.2 shots and 4.2 shots on goal.
They average 2.2 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.6 in simulation losses.

Kilmarnock v St. Johnstone

    Kilmarnock 1 - 2 St. Johnstone - Match Report

    Date published: 8/16/2020 12:02:48 AM

    Kilmarnock 1 - 2 St. Johnstone - Match Report

    St Johnstone score two late goals to beat 10-man Kilmarnock in dramatic finish

    St Johnstone scored twice in the closing stages to beat 10-man Kilmarnock 2-1 and secure their first Scottish Premiership win of the new campaign.

    Kilmarnock were on course to seal their first win of the season following Aaron Tshibola’s 61st-minute strike but minutes later defender Ross Millen was shown a straight red card for a two-footed challenge on Scott Tanser.

    And the numerical disadvantage cost them as substitute David Wotherspoon equalised with five minutes remaining before Michael O’Halloran pounced on Stuart Findlay’s backpass to slot in a dramatic winner four minutes into added time.

    Chris Burke had scored in each of Kilmarnock’s opening three Premiership fixtures and had a chance to grab another when he robbed Jason Kerr of possession in the second minute and burst into the penalty area, but the winger was outmuscled by Liam Gordon as the defender got back to make a crucial challenge.

    St Johnstone were presented with a chance when Kilmarnock goalkeeper Danny Rogers, under no pressure, spilled a lofted cross from Liam Craig and Callum Hendry latched on to the loose ball inside the box but turned his shot wide.

    Kilmarnock had a huge shout for a penalty after 24 minutes when Nicke Kabamba stole in behind St Johntone’s defence and had his shirt pulled by Gordon before the defender turned the ball behind. The hosts appealed for a spot-kick but referee Andrew Dallas awarded a corner.

    Shaun Rooney was booked for pulling back Mitch Pinnock on the edge of the area and from the free-kick Killie defender Findlay lashed in a shot which forced Elliott Parish into a fine save.

    Kilmarnock kept pushing for the opener and Parish was tested again when Burke gathered a deep cross from Findlay and then lashed in a shot which the goalkeeper turned round a post.

    From the resultant corner Pinnock swung in a cross which was met by Kirk Broadfoot but his powerful header crashed against the crossbar.

    St Johnstone needed to pose more of an attacking threat after the interval and the visitors came close to breaking the deadlock in the 50th minute through a Hendry set-piece.

    From just outside the area, Hendry drilled in a low shot which Rogers saved with an outstretched leg.

    Kilmarnock broke the deadlock after 61 minutes through Tshibola.

    Broadfoot played a long ball over the Saints defence for Pinnock and he then rolled the ball into the path of Tshibola to finish from 10 yards out as the midfielder claimed his first goal since October 2018.

    Moments later Kilmarnock were reduced to 10 men when Millen was shown a straight red card by referee Dallas for a two-footed challenge on Scott Tanser on the halfway line.

    Hendry went close on two occasions late on to equalise and St Johnstone’s late pressure finally told when sub Wotherspoon was in the right place to turn home Liam Craig’s cross with just five minutes remaining.

    St Johnstone were not done and deep into added time Findlay’s slack backpass was picked up by Wotherspoon and he calmly went round Rogers and slotted home the winner.

    Lineups

    St. Johnstone

    ( 4-4-2 )

    • 12. E. Parish

    • 5. J. Kerr

    • 6. L. Gordon

    • 3. S. Tanser

      70'
    • 15. D. McNamara

    • 19. S. Rooney Yellow Card

      65'
    • 26. L. Craig Yellow Card

    • 7. C. Conway

      81'
    • 18. A. McCann

    • 11. M. O'Halloran Goal

    • 22. C. Hendry

    Substitutes

    • 0. R. Sinclair

    • 2. W. Duffy

    • 24. C. Booth

      70'
    • 10. D. Wotherspoon Goal

      65'
    • 0. Cameron Ballantyne II

    • 16. I. Olaofe

    • 11. J. Robertson

      81'