Motherwell head to Perth on Saturday seeking a first win at McDiarmid Park since 2012.
Here’s the game previewed in numbers.
The number of consecutive games St Johnstone have currently gone unbeaten, a run which started with a late, late 1-o win over Motherwell in October.
Wins over St Mirren, Livingston, Hibernian, Hamilton and Aberdeen followed, as well as draws with Hearts and Kilmarnock.
From those eight games they’ve kept a remarkable seven clean sheets, conceding only to Hearts.
It’s been 10 games since Motherwell last recorded a win in Perth, which came courtesy of a 3-1 win in November 2012.
Jamie Murphy grabbed a first half double in that victory, with Nicky Law adding the third before David Robertson’s late consolation.
The Saints have won seven at home since then, with two draws. The last game at McDiarmid Park ended 0-0 towards the end of the 2017/18 campaign.
Thirteen points currently separate the two sides in the Ladbrokes Premiership table, with both having played 16 matches.
St Johnstone sit in fifth spot have won eight, drawn four and lost four so far and have an equal goal difference, having both scored and conceded 20 goals.
Motherwell are currently ninth, winning four, drawing three and losing nine so far.