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CURRENT Scotland Premiership INJURIES & SUSPENSIONS LIST

Injuries & Suspensions
The Scottish Premiership has pretty much been dominated by Celtic who consistently churns out titles. They are the tour de force on the domestic scene and more often than not they are a banker in the rounds of Scottish premier league action. But there are those times that crop up when they aren't quite at full strength. Maybe they have gone through a busy spell of games and the injuries have started to pile up.
Maybe there is a weakness in a key position because of a suspension. That could equate to it being a good time to lay them in your betting. Of course, you would not be able to take advantage of a situation if you hadn't read up on the latest Scottish Premiership injuries and suspensions list. Fortunately, we have made doing so as easy as it could possibly get as you can find a full list of the current injury and suspensions from Scotland's top flight, right here on this page.
Last update on 10 Dec 2018 at 8 hrs

Aberdeen

PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Francis RossBack injury24 Sep 2018Day to day
 Andrew ConsidineNeck injury28 Oct 2018Doubtful
 Michael DevlinAnkle injury14 Nov 2018Few Days
 Gary Mackay-StevenConcussion02 Dec 2018Day to day
 Mark ReynoldsKnee injury15 Jul 2018Early January 2019
 Tommy HobanShoulder injury01 Sep 2018Early January 2019

Celtic

PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Nir BittonKnee injury15 Feb 2018Back in training
 Marvin CompperGroin injury18 Jul 2018Back in training
 Dedryk BoyataHamstring/Strain07 Dec 2018Unknown
 Kouassi EboueCruciate ligament injury28 Oct 2018Out for season
 Daniel ArzaniCruciate ligament injury31 Oct 2018Out for season
 Kristoffer AjerEye injury11 Nov 2018Late December 2018

Dundee FC

PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Roarie DeaconThigh injury13 Nov 2018Back in training
 Darren O'DeaGroin injury05 Dec 2018Unknown
 Josh MeekingsHip injury01 Sep 2018Out for season
Nathan Ralph Suspended for 1 Match
Suspended for following matches:
15 Dec: Kilmarnock-Dundee FC

Hamilton

PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Alexandros GogicKnee injury24 Feb 2018Unknown
 Marios OgboeKnee injury12 May 2018Unknown

Hearts

PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Steven NaismithKnee injury28 Oct 2018Back in training
 James DunneAnkle injury30 Nov 2018Day to day
 John SouttarHip injury11 Oct 2018Late March 2019
 Uche IkpeazuFoot injury18 Oct 2018Mid April 2019

Hibernian

PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 David GrayAnkle injury06 Oct 2018Day to day
 Thomas AgyepongHamstring/Strain24 Nov 2018Unknown
 Martin BoyleUnknown08 Dec 2018Unknown

Kilmarnock

PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Steven SmithBack injury08 May 2018Unknown
 Bright EnobakhareCalf Injury30 Nov 2018Unknown
 Kirk BroadfootHead injury05 Dec 2018Unknown

Motherwell

PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Ellis PlummerBroken leg14 Dec 2017Unknown
 Craig TannerKnee injury14 Mar 2018Late February 2019
 Chris CaddenTendon injury23 Nov 2018Late March 2019
 Trevor CarsonLeg injury23 Nov 2018Out for season

Rangers FC

PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Lee WallaceGroin injury03 Oct 2018Unknown
 Jamie MurphyCruciate ligament injury19 Aug 2018Out for season
 Graham DorransKnee injury26 Oct 2018Late December 2018
Alfredo Morelos Suspended for 1 Match
Suspended for following matches:
15 Dec: Rangers FC-Hamilton

St.Johnstone

PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Brian EastonThigh injury19 Jan 2018Back in training
 Steven AndersonKnee injury26 Oct 2018Unknown
 Drey WrightKnee injury24 Nov 2018Out for season
Player has returned to training
Player will return in the foreseeable future
Player out for a longer period
Suspension

Links to current injuries and suspensions lists




Knowledge is power as the old adage goes and this is totally relevant to your Scottish Premiership betting. The opposing starting lineups in a match are crucial to affecting the outcome of a game. If you find a side who are struggling to keep relegation at bay are missing their top goalscorer who has been carrying them all season, then it probably means that they are going to have a tough afternoon.

The Scottish Premiership runs on a unique format that it goes through a split in the season which affects who can win the title and who can suffer relegation. So teams like Rangers, Aberdeen, Hibernians and Hearts are under constant pressure. Every piece of the action along the way is crucial throughout the season. Those occasions when influential players have to sit out a game can have a tremendous bearing on your betting options.