Is St Johnstone vs Aberdeen on TV? Live streams, channels, PPV, refs, team news and kick-off times

St Johnstone can take down Dundee by a point against Aberdeen tonight.

Last season’s double winner has endured a harrowing campaign and faces a battle for survival.

They can escape automatic relegation if they avoid defeat against Don at MacDiarmid Park.

Callum Davidson’s side will then face winners Inverness/Arbroath in a Major League play-off.

But a loss in Perth will make for a tense final day at Easter Road, with Dundee three points adrift.

Saints do have a better goal difference than five, and that could prove invaluable over the next few days.

Here, Scottish Football tells you everything you need to know before tonight’s clash between St Johnstone and Aberdeen.

When is St Johnstone vs Aberdeen on TV?

St Johnstone host Aberdeen at McDiarmid Park on Wednesday 11 May.

Kick-off at 19:45 WIB.

Is St Johnstone vs Aberdeen on TV?

No, the game has not been selected for broadcast by Sky Sports.

Can I live stream St Johnstone vs Aberdeen and is there a PPV option?

Yes. St Johnstone provides a live broadcast of the match for supporters.

Pay-per-view tickets can be purchased from Saints TV for £17.50.

Who is the referee?

David Munro will be the man in the middle.

He will be assisted by Daniel McFarlane and Michael Banks.

Steven McLean is the fourth official.

How’s the latest team?

St Johnstone manager Callum Davidson hopes Craig Bryson returns for the Premier League game against Aberdeen at McDiarmid Park on Wednesday night following ankle surgery.

However, the veteran midfielder, out of action since Boxing Day, has suffered a setback in his recovery.

Chris Kane and David Wotherspoon (both knees) remained on the touchline.

Aberdeen will be without Ross McCrorie due to a concussion, while Calvin Ramsay is out again with a calf problem.

American striker Cristian Ramirez will not feature as he has been allowed to return to his homeland to start his summer vacation a week early.

Matty Kennedy is back following a recent problem with his back, while youngster Liam Harvey is included in the squad.

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