Saturday, 29 December 2012

Free St Johnstone v Inverness CT SCOTTISH PREMIER LEAGUE Preview 29 December 2012


Free St Johnstone v Inverness CT Stream Free Online Video Of SCOTTISH PREMIER LEAGUE Sunday 29 December 2012 Kickoff and Time Table scheduled for 16:00 CET.St Johnstone v Inverness CT Live Stream online video SCOTTISH PREMIER LEAGUE Video Free The match will take plcae at the in on  29/12/12 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things for you thanks.Watch Free St Johnstone v Inverness CT Stream Free online Video Of  SCOTTISH PREMIER LEAGUE  Saturday 29 December 2012 Kickoff and Time Table scheduled for 16:00 CET.Midfielder Millar is touch and go with a groin injury which kept him out the 1-1 draw against Dundee United on Boxing Day, while defender Anderson is struggling with a knee complaint.Inverness will assess the fitness of defender Josh Meekings ahead of the game.Meekings missed the Boxing Day draw against St Mirren with a groin injury but could return.

Nick Ross (shoulder), Simon King (ankle) and Chris Hogg (knee) are still short of fitness.

nverness will assess the fitness of defender Josh Meekings after he picked up a groin injury against St Mirren on Boxing Day.

Midfielder Nick Ross (shoulder) and defenders Simon King (ankle) and Chris Hogg (knee) are still short of fitness.

St Johnstone manager Steve Lomas: "We've had our ups and downs this season but our performances have mostly been good.

"However, those performances have not yielded the points that they should have so we hope to sign off this year with a win.

"Terry Butcher's team have been the team of the first-half of the season and all credit to him and his troops.

"They are a fantastic team and it will be a very tough game."

Inverness CT manager Terry Butcher: "We have a great amount of goals and we have surpassed last season's total.
"Nil-nil is a thing we don't do very often.

"I spoke to the players and they said 'look gaffer, all we are concerned about is scoring more goals than the opposition'.

"That's a pretty basic way of looking at it but it is certainly working for us."

"They have goals in their team as well and we have to be on our guard.

"But we played well in that 1-1 draw in October and that match gives us confidence."