Kilmarnock can't seem to get things going on the current Scottish Premier League campaign as they still sit in bottom two of league standings after suffering a disappointing defeat this weekend against St Johnstone. The home side looking dominant already since early minutes as they got themselves in front on 24 minutes with an effort from Nigel Hasselbaink.
That goal triggered more confidence from St Johnstone as they continue their surge forward which eventually leads into another goal on 31 minutes from Stevie May. After the break, the home side didn't stop their attacking display and netted a third goal from May's spot kick. Kilmarnock themselves only managed to pull one goal back from Sean Clohessy on 69 minutes.