Scottish Premiership team news, stats & selectors

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It's another two-day split for the Scottish Premiership weekend as the three sides involved in midweek European action return to the domestic scene on Sunday.

Here is the latest team news for the six top-flight games, plus some stats and your chance to select the side you would send out if you were in charge.

Saturday 15:00 GMT kick-offs unless stated.

Dundee v St Mirren

Dundee are at full strength with the exception of Josh Mulligan, who is still recovering from a hernia operation.

St Mirren have had a sickness bug among their staff and squad but are hopeful they have it under control. Jonah Ayungah is closing in on a comeback from a long-term knee injury.

Did you know? St Mirren are unbeaten in six visits to Dens Park, winning four of them.

Hibernian v Kilmarnock

Hibs forward Martin Boyle is available after sitting out the midweek draw at St Mirren due to a knee issue. Jimmy Jeggo could return after illness but Adam Le Fondre (hamstring), Jake Doyle-Hayes (ankle), Harry McKirdy (heart) and Chris Cadden (Achilles) are all sidelined.

Kilmarnock boss Derek McInnes will assess Corrie Ndaba as he makes his way back from an Achilles problem. Kyle Magennis (hamstring) remains out.

Did you know? Hibs are without a win in seven games, losing twice, while Kilmarnock have not won in five away matches and have lost their latest five visits to Easter Road.

Motherwell v Hearts

Motherwell's Lennon Miller (knee) and Paul McGinn (fractured cheekbone) were ruled out for lengthy periods this week. Pape Souare (ankle) remains a long-term absentee but Jon Obika is back in training after a hamstring injury.

Hearts welcome back Alex Lowry after the on-loan midfielder was ineligible to face parent club Rangers in last Sunday's Viaplay Cup semi-final.

Kyosuke Tagawa returns after a hamstring issue but Odel Offiah is out as he continues to be plagued by illness. Craig Gordon (leg), Craig Halkett (knee), Nathaniel Atkinson (ankle) and Barrie McKay (knee) are all still unavailable.

Did you know? Motherwell are without a win in eight games, losing six of them, while Hearts have only won of their latest five.

St Johnstone v Ross County

St Johnstone striker Dara Costelloe serves the second of a two-game ban. There are no fresh injuries and Sam McLelland, Drey Wright (knee) and Ali Crawford (calf) are battling back from their respective injuries.

Ross County defender James Brown is suspended after being sent off against Celtic. The Staggies are still without Josh Reid (toe), Ross Callachan and Ben Paton (both knee).

Did you know? St Johnstone have only lost one of their latest five games, but only won one of them, while County are without a win in eight but are unbeaten in their latest three visits to McDiarmid Park.

Livingston v Rangers (Sun, 12:00)

Livingston welcome back Cristian Montano after a two-game suspension, while goalkeeper Shamal George is fit to return after a minor injury caused him to be dropped to the bench for two matches. Ayo Obileye has recovered from a foot injury but may not be risked.

Defenders Leon Balogun and Ridvan Yilmaz return to the fold after missing Rangers' Europa League win over Sparta Prague on Thursday night as they are not in the European squad.

Midfielder Nicolas Raskin (ankle), defender John Souttar (muscle problem) and Rabbi Matondo (knee) remain out.

Did you know? Livingston have lost four games in a row and won once in 10 outings, while Rangers are unbeaten in 19 meetings with the West Lothian side.

Celtic v Aberdeen (Sun, 14:30)

Celtic attacker Daizen Maeda has been ruled out for up to six weeks with a knee injury he sustained in his red-card challenge against Atletico Madrid. Reo Hatate (hamstring) and Liel Abada (thigh) remain out.

Aberdeen remain without Shayden Morris and James McGarry because of hamstring injuries. Jack MacKenzie is free to play despite his red card in the Viaplay Cup semi-finals.

Did you know? Celtic have won eight games in a row against Aberdeen, whose last victory at Celtic Park came in May 2018.