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Tuesday 5th April 2022

Team of the Week

Craig Fowler from A View From the Terrace names his SPFL Team of the Week, with Celtic defender Cameron Carter-Vickers the star man...

GK - Craig Gordon (Heart of Midlothian)
Fresh from his heroics helping Scotland stay undefeated, Gordon pulled off another world-class save to make sure Hearts weren't beaten in their trip to Ross County as Robbie Neilson's side secured a 1-1 draw.
DEF - Cameron Carter-Vickers (Celtic)
This week's star man comes from the Celtic back-line, who were tremendous in Sunday's 2-1 victory over Rangers at Ibrox. Carter-Vickers stood out among his peers as the defensive unit rebounded from an early set-back to be resolute throughout the rest of the game, continually repelling Rangers as they threw cross after cross into the penalty area. Oh, and he scored the winning goal as Celtic went six points clear with six games to play.
DEF - Thomas O’Brien (Arbroath)
Arbroath remain in the hunt for the cinch Championship title but weren't able to take full advantage of rivals Kilmarnock dropping points on Friday evening as Dick Campbell's side drew 0-0 with Partick Thistle at Firhill. That shouldn't detract, however, from another excellent performance from their defensive stalwart.
DEF - Harry Clarke (Hibernian)
Positioned in the unusual role of left wing-back for his Hibs debut but he certainly didn't disappoint. Clarke was the stand-out in green and white as Shaun Maloney's men drew with Dundee United. He also scored as it finished 1-1 at Easter Road.
MID - Grant Savoury (Peterhead)

Two goals from the midfielder helped Peterhead to thumping 3-0 victory at Clyde. With Dumbarton also winning it was a crucial result for the Blue Toon, who remain four points above the Sons in the race to avoid the relegation play-offs.
MID - Murray Davidson (St Johnstone)
St Johnstone got themselves another huge victory in the battle to avoid the drop as they defeated Livingston 1-0 at McDiarmid Park. Davidson was a rock in the centre of the field as Callum Davidson's men held on to an early goal for all three points.
MID - Craig Slater (Forfar Athletic)
A classy display from the midfielder helped Forfar to all three points from their trip to Stranraer on Saturday as they look to build up some momentum going into the play-offs.
MID - Iain Wilson (Morton)
Morton held cinch Championship leaders Kilmarnock on Friday evening and it was an impressive performance from Dougie Imrie's men in the 1-1 draw. Wilson was the stand-out in the middle of the park.
MID - Connor Duthie (Dumbarton)
Dumbarton's chances of being automatically relegated reduced significantly as they won a bonkers game of football at Alloa. The visitors fell behind with eight minutes remaining but found themselves 2-1 ahead going into injury-time thanks to a double from Duthie. The Wasps levelled with a Stefan Scougall penalty, only for Kristoffer Syvertsen to win it in the fifth minute of time added on!
FWD - Kevin van Veen (Motherwell)
Motherwell's forward line shrugged off the cobwebs of 2022 to batter four goals past St Mirren on Saturday for their first league win of the year. Van Veen was equally excellent at leading the line and then attacking from the wing, including a terrific run which led to the game-sealing fourth goal.
FWD - Calum Gallagher (Airdrieonians)

A double from Gallagher was the difference in Methil as Airdrie showed there was no hangover from last week's heartache against Cove with a routine 2-0 victory against the league's bottom side.