St. Johnstone could face a possible McDiarmid Park shooting against Livingston for a place in Europe last day.

The post-split Premiership games have been revealed. The Saints have three home games and two away games.

The Perth side, who finished last in the top 6 on a dramatic final weekend before the split, have to skip fifth place in Livi and hope that one of the top four clubs will win the Scottish Cup to sign up for the new signing to qualify. founded the Europa Conference League.

? Here are your Premiership games after the split.

? @ScotlandSky originally selected:

? May 2nd: @RangersFC v @CelticFC
? May 15 @RangersFC v @AberdeenFC

Further games can be selected in due course.

– SPFL (@spfl) March 22, 2021

Callum Davidson’s men start at McDiarmid against Aberdeen on April 10th, followed by another home game against Champions Rangers on April 21st.

There will then be two games on the street – Hibs on May 1st and Celtic on May 12th – before the possible Europe-wide clash with Livi on May 16 in Perth.

The West Lothian team currently has a four-point advantage over Saints.

ANALYSIS: The Top 6 are St. Johnstone’s well-established place in Scottish football