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Ayunga out for season after surgery

4.5.24 St Mirren

St Mirren manager Stephen Robinson confirmed that Jonah Ayunga will miss the remainder of the season after undergoing an operation on a knee injury. Ayunga joins Hyeokkyu Kwon on the sidelines after the Korean midfielder also saw his season ended with a hamstring injury. The manager also said that Elvis Bwomono and Greg Kiltie will have to be assessed ahead of the match with Dundee.

Danilo teases Rangers injury return

30.4.24 Rangers

Danilo has teased a potential Rangers return from injury after sharing clips of himself back on the grass. The Brazilian striker has been out of action since early December. The attacker suffered a serious knee problem and was forced to undergo surgery in a bid to correct it.

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TeamPtsGDW-D-L
1Celtic936529-6-3 (38)
2Rangers855527-4-7 (38)
3Hearts681220-8-10 (38)
4Kilmarno.56214-14-10 (38)
5St Mirren47-613-8-17 (38)
6Dundee42-1910-12-16 (38)
7Aberdeen48-412-12-14 (38)
8Hibernian46-711-13-14 (38)
9Motherw.43-310-13-15 (38)
10St.John.35-258-11-19 (38)
11Ross C.35-298-11-19 (38)
12Livingston25-415-10-23 (38)

Last results

19.5Livingston - Hibernian1 : 1
19.5Motherw. - St.John.1 : 2
19.5Ross C. - Aberdeen2 : 2
18.5Celtic - St Mirren3 : 2
18.5Dundee - Kilmarno.1 : 1
18.5Hearts - Rangers3 : 3
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Scottish Premier League stats

Home wins43%
Draws27%
Away wins30%

League format : Scotland : Premier League 2023/2024

The Scottish Premier League (SPL) contains 12 teams. During the first phase of the season, each team plays three matches against each opponent, twice away and once at home, or twice at home and once away. After 33 games, the league splits into two groups of six, according to their points earned.

The top six teams contest for the championship and European competitions, with the bottom six battling to retain their top flight status. So, the top six play each other once more, as the bottom six clubs, making 38 games total. Points achieved during the first phase of the season will be carried forward to the second phase, but the teams in the bottom group can finish no higher than seventh in the league.

After completing a season, the Premiership champion gains qualification to the Champions League group stage, whilst the second-placed team enters the qualifying rounds. The bottom-placed club is relegated and swaps places with the winner of the Scottish Championship. The Premiership club in eleventh place enters a relegation play-off.