KILMARNOCK supporters do not need statistics to measure the sizeable hole in their squad created by the absence of Paul Heffernan and Dean Shiels.
MOST football managers are delighted if they can come up with a coherent strategy for positioning their players on a pitch.
SCOTT Brown believes that Celtic can keep their money in the bank this summer, because there is little need for manager Neil Lennon to add to a squad that is close to perfection.
IN the immediate aftermath of their last visit to Rugby Park back in October, anyone laying bets on Celtic going on to win this year's Clydesdale Bank Premier League would likely not have found many takers.
ST JOHNSTONE are the big losers of the top-six fixture list as the Perth club, who are chasing European football, will complete the season having played 18 home games and 20 away.