Last updated : 29 April 2005 By Footymad Previewer

It' your last chance to stand at the Portland Road end( Or as some of our more senior supporters call the Glesga Street En ) at Palmy on Saturday as Queens line up for their final home match of the season against St Johnstone. The departure of John Connolly as the Saints manager has taken away some of the spice to the fixture but Queens will be hopeful of success so they can finish well up the league. Eric Paton looks as if he will sit this one out but otherwise Queens will be at full strength. It's the Doonhamers Travel Club end of season dance at the Lochside Labour Club on Saturday evening where the players awards will be presented. A large turnout of Queens players and Officials is expected and I hope to have some pictures of the glittering event on Sunday sometime.

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History of the Queen of the South v St. Johnstone fixture

Queen o.t.S. prepare to entertain St. Johnstone at Palmerston Park on Saturday afternoon, needing to improve on a poor record between the sides. The visitors have won 10 of the 25 previous games, with the The Doonhamers winning just 4.

The most recent encounter between these two sides at Palmerston Park was earlier this season, with St. Johnstone inflicting a narrow 0-1 defeat upon the The Doonhamers in a Scottish Division One match.

For a detailed analysis of the head-to-head between the two sides, click here

Recent encounters between the teams:
2004/2005Sat 12 FebSt. Johnstone0 - 0Queen o.t.S.SCD1
2004/2005Sat 16 OctQueen o.t.S.0-1St. JohnstoneSCD1
2004/2005Tue 31 AugSt. Johnstone3 - 0Queen o.t.S.SCC
2004/2005Sat 14 AugSt. Johnstone1 - 3Queen o.t.S.SCD1
2003/2004Sat 01 MayQueen o.t.S.1 - 1St. JohnstoneSCD1
2003/2004Sat 20 DecSt. Johnstone2 - 2Queen o.t.S.SCD1
2003/2004Sat 01 NovQueen o.t.S.1 - 1St. JohnstoneSCD1

Recent respective form guides

Queen of the South have only collected 1 win and 3 draws from the last six home games played. Only 5 goals have been registered in this time, with 7 in the wrong end.

St. Johnstone's away form is none too clever either, with two wins, two draws, and two defeats. The Saints's have a narrow positive goal difference over these games, with 8 goals for and 7 against.

Queen o.t.S. are hovering perilously just above the relegation zone, with 45 points from 34 matches. St. Johnstone see themselves just below half way in the Bells Scottish Division One, showing a record of 45 points from their 34 games played so far,

For a detailed analysis of team form guides throughout the leagues, click here

Current form guides:PWDLFAP
Queen o.t.S.6231779
St. Johnstone6123685

FootyMad's prediction ...

Queen o.t.S. are in pretty poor form at home recently, and the FootyMad are looking no further than a solitary point from this game. No-score draw

Sequence statistics:
Queen o.t.S.Unbeaten in the last 3 home games.
Drawn each of their last 2 games.
Not won in the 3 most recent games.
St. JohnstoneNo sequences of note