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Jason Scotland sparkles

ST JOHNSTONE closed to within two points of first division leaders St Mirren in a lacklustre affair at McDiarmid Park. Jason Scotland's first-half effort secured a gutsy three points for the Perth men, who got back on the championship trail after last week's 2-1 defeat at Ross County had somewhat derailed their reasonably good run.

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Carlos Edwards wins the PFA Player of the Month award

Carlos Edwards has become the second Luton player to win the PFA Fans Player of the Month award this season.

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Dundee have reservations about Kelvin Jack

Dundee are happy for Kelvin Jack to jet off to the Caribbean this weekend, but, unless the big keeper is fit, they don’t want that to be the first leg of an 11-day world tour.

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Kenwyne Jones injury doubt

Kenwyne Jones is hoping to shake off a minor hamstring injury in time for the biggest game in his country's history.

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Kelvin Jack poised to travel

Dundee are happy for Kelvin Jack to jet off to the Caribbean this weekend, but, unless the big keeper is fit, they don’t want that to be the first leg of an 11-day world tour.

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Collin Samuel aims to boost his World Cup dream

COLLIN SAMUEL aims to boost his World Cup dream by gunning down Hearts tomorrow.

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Hislop talks of winning aims

TURNING performances into winning results again is the aim this weekend for West Ham keeper Shaka Hislop.

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Birchall has plane incentives

Chris Birchall has nine hours and 4,000 miles extra incentive to want to be on the winning side in tonight's FA Cup first-round tie.

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Scotland’s World Cup call will hit Saints

ST JOHNSTONE striker Jason Scotland will jet off to Trinidad following Saturday’s home match against Airdrie United with the best wishes of his manager and colleagues ringing in his ears.

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