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Hibernian v Aberdeen: Live stream details and how to watch Premiership showdownAfter a slump in form culminating in the dire Betfred Cup semi-final defeat to St Johnstone at Hampden, Jack Ross can be understandably hopeful his Hibernian side have turned a bit of a corner with three wins from their last four league games. The men in green and white have recorded back to back away victories in the Scottish Premiership, with Tuesday's win at St Mirren seeing them leap above Aberdeen into third. The Dons have been a constant thorn in the Hibees' side over the past few years and Derek McInnes' men rock up at Easter Road on Saturday wounded after their defeat to Livingston. Ross claimed one of his only 'big game' wins as Hibs boss against the Pittodrie outfit in a crushing 3-0 success at Easter Road in December 2019, thanks in part to a man of the match display from Florian Kamberi.
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Watch St Johnstone FC Live Streams (Video) | Stream FootballSt Johnstone Streams & Highlights St Johnstone will be amongst the favourites for relegation next season, having just about survived in the last campaign. It came as a surprise to see St Johnstone in the bottom six after they finished in the top five in the 2020/21 season. It shows how quickly things can change in football, though, and those at the club will be hoping that’s the case next season, as they look to bounce back from a campaign to forget. Next season won’t be an easy one. But, St Johnstone may be helped by what has been a relatively busy summer transfer window, in which they’ve welcomed the likes of Jamie Murphy and Adam Montgomery from Hibernian and Celtic, respectively. Signing players from potential fellow strugglers and the champions, themselves, could result in a much-improved St Johnstone side.
The controversial striker could well be lining up against his former boss this weekend after agreeing a deadline day loan move to the Granite City, but with his own frontman Kevin Nisbet wanted amid intense transfer speculation, it could well be a polarising contest. A win would be a boon to Hibs' chances of finishing in the European spots, putting a bit of daylight between the men in green and white and their opponents. Here is everything you need to know about the game: What time is kick off? The game kicks off at 3:00pm. Who is the referee? Willie Collum takes charge of the action from Easter Road. He is assisted by Calum Spence and Michael Banks, while Colin Steven is the fourth official.