Scottish Premiership Team of the Week


St Mirren may have won both domestic cup tournaments last season, yet many people view them as potential relegation contenders this term. Now without their manager and in much weaker shape than they were then.

Ange Postecoglou’s Celtic are this week’s Scottish Premiership Team of the Week. Their xG stats rank highest and they concede fewest chances from high-value areas, leading them to claim this honor.

1. Ross Cunningham (Clyde)

The Scottish Premiership is a twelve-team top-tier league currently dominated by Rangers and Celtic, known collectively as Glasgow “Old Firm”. CBS provides coverage in America while select matches can also be streamed via Paramount+.

Clyde striker Sean Cunningham scored his second goal of the season as Clyde beat fellow League 2 promotion hopeful Annan Athletic 4-0 at The Rock. Cunningham was exceptional during this victory and earned an 8.75 rating from referee Greg Barlow.

Danilo made his first start for Rangers since joining this summer, and it did not disappoint. The Bayern Munich loanee scored twice to lead them to an easy 4-0 victory against Cove Rangers in the Highlands. Additionally, former Feyenoord man completed two dribbles and made one key pass while garnering an 8.22 rating from FIFA for this performance.

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2. James Mulligan (Dundee)

Dundee manager Tony Docherty has taken advantage of their two-week break to introduce double training sessions for his squad. By making use of this opportunity, he hopes to use it to increase fitness among his players while working on tactics which will allow them to play more aggressively on the front foot.

Mulligan will start against St Mirren, hoping to add to his goal in last weekend’s 2-2 draw against St Johnstone – his first league strike since October 2021!

Motherwell boss Mark McGhee will likely stick with the same team that performed brilliantly against Hibernian in midweek, including Mika Biereth of Arsenal who could make his Fir Park debut if Jon Obika (hamstring) and Harry Paton (foot) remain doubtful; forwards Chris Cadden and Jojo Wollacott remain out long term.

3. Craig Fleming (Peterhead)

Fleming began his professional career at Halifax Town (69 appearances, 1 goal). Subsequently he spent six seasons as part of Oldham Athletic’s inaugural Premier League membership before coming to Norwich City as an assistant first-team coach under Ralph Hasenhuttl.

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He played every minute in his side’s 4-0 victory against Dundee United at Fir Park, making a series of outstanding last-ditch challenges and becoming an anchor at the centre of defence alongside Barrie McKay and Craig Halkett to deny Dundee United many chances on their journey towards success.

After an indifferent week in Europe, the Scottish Premiership resumed with its fourth weekend of fixtures. Rangers boast three players in this week’s Team of the Week as they defeated Livingston 4-0 to make amends for their loss on opening weekend; St Mirren and Ross County have also made this team after notching up first league victories of season.

4. David McGoldrick (Arbroath)

Beith were relieved to see off Auchinleck Talbot with a 2-1 victory at Bellsdale on Sunday afternoon, thanks to an inspiring performance and John Craig’s controversial penalty award that provided them with enough momentum to avenge their earlier 4-0 thrashing from them earlier in the season.

Danilo made an impressive return to Rangers after an extended injury lay-off and scored one goal while also completing two dribbles and making three clearances and blocking attempts en route to scoring an 8.22 rating. He scored his goal, completed two dribbles, made three clearances, and blocked a shot en route to earning his place in the team.

Rangers boast three representatives in their best XI after defeating Livingston 4-0 while Celtic can count on forward Kyogo Furuhashi and striker Oh Hyeon-gyu. St Mirren have two representatives while Ross County added one more after their 2-0 rout of struggling Motherwell; these latter remain without forward Mika Biereth and Jon Obika while Barrie McKay, Peter Haring and Craig Halkett remain injured for them.