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Live Reporting

Nick McPheat

All times stated are UK

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  1. 'We have another chance to make amends' - Gordon

    St Johnstone v Inverness CT (2-2)

    St Johnstone captain Liam Gordon says his seed "need to look at the positives" from Friday's first leg, despite throwing away a two-goal lead.

    "We didn't want a draw after being two goals up," the defender said. "But that's football. First 65 minutes, I thought we were brilliant, but now it's all to play for in the second leg.

    "If we can put that performance that we had, and just be more clinical, then we should do well. We have another chance to put it to bed and make amends."

  2. 'It's a big game, you don't need to say more' - Davidson

    St Johnstone v Inverness CT (2-2)

    St Johnstone boss Callum Davidson tells BBC Sportsound: "It is one of those games that you want to go and perform well.

    "You want to go and make sure you play and perform to the best of your ability and whatever happens, you can hold your head up high.

    "It's a big game, you don't need to say anything more than that."

    On defender Jamie McCart missing out: "It is a bit of delayed concussion that he has got from the head knock that led to the first goal."

  3. Story of the first leg

    St Johnstone v Inverness CT (2-2)

    Image caption: St Johnstone took a deserved lead after an impressive start was rewarded by Shaun Rooney's back-post header
    Image caption: The Premiership side were absolutely dominant and doubled their advantage through Melker Hallberg
    Image caption: Out of nowhere, Ross McAlear crashed one in off the bar with 73 minutes played to give Inverness a lifeline
    Image caption: Seven minutes later, Norwich loanee McAlear stunned the visitors by curling in a peach of a free-kick
    Image caption: It's all to play for in Perth with a place in next season's top flight up for grabs
  4. 'Width key for Saints'

    St Johnstone v Inverness CT (2-2)

    Rory Loy

    Former Dundee & St Mirren forward on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: The strengths for St Johnstone are in the full-back areas. James Brown and Shaun Rooney are outlets and we know Callum Hendry can score goals.
  5. 366 days ago...

    St Johnstone v Inverness CT (2-2)

    Saints fans, a year ago yesterday your club completed a historic domestic cup double.

    Bet that feels like a long, long time ago now. Defeat tonight and your side will be playing Championship football next term.

    Really is mindboggling how much has changed in the space of 12 months.

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    Video caption: Watch St Johnstone win last year's Scottish Cup at Hampden
  6. Four Inverness changes as Devine & Duffy return

    St Johnstone v Inverness CT (2-2)

    Inverness boss Billy Dodds makes four changes and is boosted by the return of defenders Wallace Duffy and Danny Devine, who both return from suspension.

    Also coming in are forwards Austin Samuels and Logan Chalmers. The pair made pivotal impacts in Friday's first-leg fightback.

    Out go Aaron Doran, Lewis Hyde, Cameron Harper and Joe Hardy.

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  7. 'Atmosphere is building'

    St Johnstone v Inverness CT (2-2)

    Rory Loy

    Former Dundee & St Mirren forward on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: There is a great atmosphere building. There is an air of optimism brewing amongst the Inverness support and an air of slight dread amongst the St Johnstone support.
  8. McCart out for Mahon in only Saints switch

    St Johnstone v Inverness CT (2-2)

    Callum Davidson has made just one change to his St Johnstone side after Friday's first leg.

    The only switch is in defence as centre-back Jamie McCart drops out completely after sustaining a head knock in the Highlands.

    In comes 22-year-old John Mahon.

    Image caption: Irish defender Mahon, right, replaces McCart in the backline
  9. Scene is set in Perth

    St Johnstone v Inverness CT (2-2)

  10. LINE-UPS from McDiarmid Park

    St Johnstone v Inverness CT (2-2)

    St Johnstone: Clark, Rooney, Cleary, Gordon, Mahon, Brown, MacPherson, Davidson, Hallberg, Middleton, Hendry.

    Substitutes: Parish, Sang, Gilmour, Craig, May, Ciftci, O'Halloran.

    Inverness CT: Ridgers, Broadfoot, Duffy, Deas, Devine, Welsh, Carson, McAlear, Samuels, Chalmers, Mckay.

    Substitutes: MacKay, Harper, Doran, Allardice, Hardy, Hyde.

  11. We go again...

    St Johnstone v Inverness CT (2-2)

    Haud yer final-day Premier League drama, there's only one place to be tonight.

    After Friday's first-leg madness, St Johnstone and Inverness Caley Thistle go at it again. More of the same, lads.

    There are no second chances this time. A one-off game to decide who plays Premiership football next season.

    What a way to close out the domestic season.

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