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Topic: Ross vs St. Johnstone - Premiership Rnd.27 15/02/20 15:00  (Read 6 times)

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      Analysis: Ross County vs St. Johnstone (15 February 2020)
      « Reply #1 on: February 14 2020, 22:43 »


      Analysis of Ross County

      The Ross County team has not had a dazzling campaign in this edition of the Premiership, but arrives on the 27th round with a higher record than that of Hearts, Hamilton and St. Mirren, so for now, the prospects of ensuring that they remain in the Scottish football elite in the next season are good. After winning in the reception to Livingston (2-0) two matchdays ago, the formation guided by Stuart Kettlewell and Stevie Ferguson could not cope with the superior quality displayed by Hibernian, last Wednesday, ending up losing, out of doors, by 3-0, with two goals conceded in the open and close of the first half and another already in the final stretch of the challenge, where Ross County could not really bother Hibernian, nor reach the goal of honor.

      Analysis of St. Johnstone

      The St.Johnstone arrives at this 27th matchday quite moralized by the last results obtained and also by the fact that it is only three points away from Hibernian, the first team in a virtual zone to access the championship round, at a time that the Perth formation has even one less game played than most of its main opponents. After winning the clashes with Aberdeen (1-0), for the championship, and Ayr (2-1), for the FA Cup, the Tommy Wright's team smiled again, last Wednesday, when leaving victorious in the reception to Motherwell by 2-1. A match where St. Johnstone took the lead at the 27th minute, by Callum Hendry, ending up seeing Motherwell tie again just five minutes later. The goal of the triumph was saved for the 90'+3 minutes in which Christopher Kane gave the three points to the team, which was already playing in numerical superiority since the 82nd minute.

      Betting suggestion:

      In a confrontation between two direct opponents in the fight for permanence, who reach this round separated by just five points and stuck in the qualification, the perspective is of a very disputed match from side to side, with Ross County and St. Johnstone desperately looking for three points. Due to the defensive difficulties evidenced by both sides, both teams should not have any major problems in creating good situations to score.


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