St. Johnstone FC vs. Heart of Midlothian FC (29.01.2010)

Date Season Halftime Result
29.01.2010 0910 0 : 0 1 : 0

St. Johnstone FC

They're called The Saints and they play at McDiarmid Park. The stadium has a capacity of 10,696 seats, and in addition to St. Johnstone home games, has also hosted the Scottish Challenge Cup Final 9 times. The Tayside region where the club operates is also home to Dundee and Dundee United, with whom they therefore have the biggest local rivalry. The matches between St. Johnstone and both clubs are then called the Tayside Derby. The club colours are blue and white.

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Heart of Midlothian FC

They are familiarly called Hearts or The Jam Tarts, HMFC or The Jambos. The club anthem is The Hearts Song, composed by a Scottish comedian. A modern version of this song is played before the start of every game at the home stadium. This is Tynecastle Park, which holds 20,099 spectators. It also sometimes hosts Scottish international matches. The main rivals are of course Edinburgh's other club, Hibernian. Hearth of Midlothian's club colours are brown and white.

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Home corners 7
Home shots 15
Home shots on target 9
Home fouls 11
Home yellow cards 2
Home red cards 0
Away corners 3
Away shots 4
Away shots on target 1
Away fouls 6
Away yellow cards 1
Away red cards 0

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