The two John’s are rejoined by Krys, who is back from his holidays.
St Mirren bounced back from Simeone Jackson’s failed Panenka attempt in Perth to defeat Dundee in the Basement Battle, overhauling Jim McIntyre’s men into 11th place. Hamilton’s leaky defence was exposed by Kilmarnock, who cruised to a 5-0 win to move into third.
It was a good weekend for the Capital sides with Hibs and Hearts claiming 2-1 wins, closing in on 4th place Aberdeen in the process. Motherwell kept their outside top six aspirations alive with a comfortable win at home to St Johnstone.
The third Old Firm meeting was again not short of incident. What value is Alfredo Morelos given his lack of discipline and lack of productivity in big games? Celtic moved to within three wins of an 8th consecutive title with a late James Forrest winner.
In the Championship, the battle for survival intensified with just five points separating five teams, whilst Ross County maintained a two point lead with two games in hand despite losing to Alloa. League One also has an interesting battle at the bottom, just three points separating 7th and 10th thanks to Stenhousemuir’s win at Dumbarton.
Albion Rovers finally got off the bottom of League Two with victory over Cowdenbeath in midweek, which attracted interest from Sky’s Soccer Saturday. At the weekend, the top three beat the bottom three to keep things alive at both ends of the table. East Kilbride clinched the Lowland League title with the winners of the Highland League likely to be one of two Rangers – Cove and Brora.
The lads end the Podcast by chatting about the end of Still Game, with a surprise that gives us this weeks title.