There was not an awful lot to get either set of supporters on their feet for long spells of the first half as the teams cancelled one another out. Opportunities were few and far between in the opening 37 minutes with neither side registering an effort on goal. Then, there was a flurry of activity just before the interval as the game suddenly burst into life. The first sight of goal came for St Johnstone as Cammy MacPherson’s floated free-kick was missed by all in the middle before dropping just wide of the far post.
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Sixty seconds later and former Hibee, Melker Hallberg, had a go from distance; his shot had KevinDąbrowski scrambling across goal. In the end, he had dragged it wide of the target. At the other end, clever footwork from Jasper allowed him to spin away from marker Jamie McCart and his cross only just evaded Doidge in front of goal. Five minutes from half-time Cadden’s powerful shot from the edge of the area was spilt by Zander Clark, however the goalkeeper redeemed himself with a wonderful save to thwart Doidge from the rebound. St Johnstone substitute James Brown was himself substituted during the interval as Callum Davidson brought on Michael O’Halloran at right wing-back.
Hibs will be out to put on an improved display in front of their home faithful for the final time, but we can see their hugely disappointing season ending with a frustrating result at Easter Road once more. Read more. Data AnalysisOur analysis of all available data, including recent performances and player stats up until an hour before kickoff, suggested the most likely outcome of this match was a Hibernian win with a probability of 54. 01%. A draw had a probability of 26. 6% and a win for St Johnstone had a probability of 19.
The Saints player was soon back in the thick of the action and struck an outrageously ambitious free kick from 40 yards that drifted high and wide of target. Maloney’s first change today saw Melkersen and Scott Allan introduced for the final 30 minutes with the Norwegian having a shot blocked by Liam Gordon almost immediately. Melkersen then had another effort from the edge of the box took a healthy deflection off Gordon and looped over Clark, however it was just over the crossbar and the visitors goal survived the scare. Countryman Hauge was given his home debut when he replaced Drey Wright for the final 17 minutes and he too almost grabbed a stunning goal to celebrate the occasion when his bicycle kick was kept out by Clark.
41%. The most likely scoreline for a Hibernian win was 1-0 with a probability of 15. 77%. The next most likely scorelines for that outcome were 2-0 (11. 59%) and 2-1 (8. 83%). The likeliest drawn scoreline was 1-1 (12. 02%), while for a St Johnstone win it was 0-1 (8. 18%). The actual scoreline of 4-0 was predicted with a 2.
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Rocky joined Kevin Nisbet, Paul McGinn, Harry Clarke, Paul Hanlon, Demetri Mitchell, Kyle Magennis, Joe Newell, Matt Macey and Chris Mueller on the sidelines. James Scott returned and was amongst the substitutes. We lined-up in our usual 3-4-2-1 formation however our long list of absentees meant a few players were in unfamiliar positions. Chris Cadden dropped back into central defence to partner Ryan Porteous and Josh Doig, whilst Lewis Stevenson and Drey Wright occupied the advanced full-back positions alongside the midfield duo of Josh Campbell and Jake Doyle-Hayes. Ewan Henderson and Jasper sat just behind Christian Doidge in attack. Lewis Stevenson led out the boys to a rapturous welcome from the bumper crowd inside Easter Road this afternoon.
Hibernian v St Johnstone - Hibernian FCDefences came out on top as Hibs and St Johnstone fought out a goalless draw this afternoon in the cinch Premiership. The draw stretches our unbeaten run to five games and was our fourth clean sheet in a row, but goal scoring opportunities were few and far between during the 90 minutes. Shaun Maloney made one enforced change from our midweek draw with Dundee as Sylvester Jasper replaced the suspended Rocky Bushiri in the starting XI.
The former Rangers forward’s pace allowed the visitors to press higher up the field and they enjoyed a good opening to the second period without testing Dąbrowski in our goal. On 55 minutes MacPherson was very fortunate to receive only a caution for a very poor challenge on Doyle-Hayes that incensed our players.
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In the closing moments, MacPherson’s long-range drive sailed over Dąbrowski’s crossbar before Doig’s angled drive was deflected just over the top by John Mahon. There was plenty of endeavour and heart in our performance this afternoon however we were unable to turn our second half dominance into a victory and had to settle for a share of the spoils. Hibernian: Dabrowski, Doig, Porteous, Wright (Hauge 73’), Doidge (Allan 60’), Stevenson, Jasper, Doyle-Hayes, Cadden, Campbell, Henderson (Melkersen 60’). Substitutes not used: Mitchell, McGregor, Scott, Delferriere, O’Connor, Blaney.
Hibernian 4-0 St Johnstone - Scottish Premiership - May 15, 2022 - Match Guide, Data Analysis, Standings - Football - Sports MolePreview Sports Mole previews Sunday's Scottish Premiership clash between Hibernian and St Johnstone, including predictions, team news and possible lineups. We said: Hibernian 1-1 St Johnstone With St Johnstone being required to provide a little more urgency in their bid to put together successive victories ahead of their crucial playoff, we can see them earning a rare point on their travels on Sunday.
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